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Key Contacts for the Cytology & Histology Service:

 Cytology Laboratory General Enquiries
  YorkMonday - Friday

08.30 - 17:00

Telephone: ( 01904 72) 6332

Telephone:  6332 (internal)

 Histology Laboratory General Enquiries
Histology Office: For information regarding verbal requests of reports, progress of cases, clinical advice, or interpretation of results.

Telephone :

( 01904 72) 5772

(01904 72) 5773

(01904 72) 5776

Histology Laboratory: Any other informationTelephone : ( 01904 72) 5728

Contact E-Mail Telephone

Dr C Bratten

Consultant Pathologist and Lead Clinician Histology 72) 5675

Dr A M T Clarke

Consultant Pathologist and Lead Clinician Cytology

(01904 72) 5669

Dr A C Andrew

Consultant Pathologist 72) 5801

Dr I M Hanson

Consultant Pathologist 72) 6284

Dr P R Maheswaran

Consultant Pathologist 72) 5784

Dr N Maughan

Consultant Pathologist 72) 5474

Dr K Miller

Consultant Pathologist 72) 5477

Dr M Toy

Consultant Pathologist 72) 4050

Dr I Abdul-Kadir

Consultant Pathologist 72) 1358

Mr Trevor Hair

Head Biomedical Scientist

HTA Designated Individual 72) 5853/5783

Helen Armitage

Operational Manager Histology 72) 5783

Helen Farrell

Consultant Biomedical Scientist Cytology 72) 6332

Sally Broad

Operational Manager Cytology 72) 6332

Web page last updated: 7th February 2017


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