The Pathology Blawg: SEPA Labs sells clinical laboratory to LabCorp

| November 27, 2013

The Pathology Blawg reported today that SEPA Labs has sold its clinical laboratory operations to LabCorp.  Anatomic pathology technical and professional services remain.

Courtesy of The Pathology Blawg:

Southeastern Pathology Associates, also known as SEPA Labs, has sold its clinical laboratory business to LabCorp for an undisclosed amount.  Its employees (including pathologists) were informed on November 21, 2013.

SEPA Labs was started as an anatomic pathology outpatient laboratory 20 years ago in Brunswick, Georgia by Drs. Patrick Godbey and Mark Hanly, who met while in training at the Medical College of Georgia.

Over time, their modest practice grew and they started to take on hospital contracts in central and southeast Georgia and northern Florida and started a clinical laboratory that now has over 250 employees.

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Category: Anatomic Pathology, Business, Clinical Laboratories, Clinical Pathology, Current Affairs, General Healthcare News, Pathology News

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