ANZAC day closures

All of the Taranaki Pathology collection centres and the laboratory will be closed on Monday 26 April for ANZAC day. Normal service will resume on Tuesday, April 27.

Easter Weekend

Taranaki lab and collection centres are closed on Good Friday (2nd April) and Easter Monday (5th April). The New Plymouth collection centre at Gill St will be open as usual on Saturday 3rd April from 0800 -1100.

Referrer Newsletter – 24 March

In this issue: Easter Weekend ClosuresStratford Collection Centre Closed 30 MarchDelays in Histology ResultsPatient Report UpgradesTumor Marker & bHCG add-on test requests Read Newsletter >>>

Stratford Collection Centre Closed on Tue 30 March

Taranaki Pathology Services has been notified there will be no electricity supply at the Stratford collection centre on Tuesday 30th March. The Stratford collection centre will be closed for the day. All other collection centres remain open.

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In this issue: Taranaki Anniversary WeekendNew Plymouth Collection CentrePre-Departure COVID Testing for Travel to China Read Newsletter >>>

Waitangi Closures

Please note that all Taranaki Pathology Services collection centres will be closed on Monday 8th February (Waitangi Day) 2021. Collection Centres that usually open on Saturdays will also be closed on Saturday 6th February.

Christmas and New Year Hours

All collection centres will be closed for the Christmas and New Year public holidays. View a full listing of collection centre holiday hours >>>

Referrer Newsletter

In this issue: New Plymouth Collection CentrePre-Departure COVID Testing for Travel to ChinaChristmas and New Year Collection Centre Opening HoursProposed Discontinuation of Faecal Occult Blood Testing Read Newsletter >>>

New Collection Centre in New Plymouth

From Monday 14 December 2020 our New Plymouth Laboratory Collection Centre will be operating from: 179 Gill Street, New Plymouth Open 7:30am-6:00pm Monday to Friday and 8:00am-11:00am Saturday Download PDF information

Taranaki Logo Refresh

From 1st December you may notice that our website and facebook accounts have a refreshed logo. We have taken the opportunity to emphasise our proud New Zealand roots in our logo. The logo represents a petri dish with the map of New Zealand under a microscope. The image of New Zealand represents that we have […]