Blood tests

Blood tests include a general blood test and a microscopic count and morphological examination of red and white blood cells, haemoglobin and hematocrit, platelets and erythrocyte markers. The blood test provides a wealth of information in order to determine normal physiological function, namely of proper oxygen transport through body organs and of the immune system.

Our well-trained staff operates the latest automated blood analysers and our experienced physicians perform microscopic analyses so as to obtain highly reliable results.

Biochemical tests

Automated state-of-the-art analysers meet even the highest requirements, both in terms of a wide range of tests and the quality of results. All check-up programs include biochemical tests offered by our labs. The daily quality control programs have been developed so as to comply with international standards, thus contributing to our high quality services.

Immunological tests

A wide range of immunological tests is covered by our biopathology department, significantly contributing to the investigation of diseases, the control over the course of the disease and the management of the treatment. Immunology is a rapidly growing field, so new tests are constantly being added to the existing list. High tech machinery has brought about both reduction of the analyses processing time and the accuracy of the results. Tests for infectious agents and autoimmune diseases are currently executed on a daily basis.

Hormonal tests

Hormonal tests have long been the source of important laboratory information for physicians. The results are evaluated according to gender, age, date of last period, medication, pregnancy or medical history which conjointly affect the laboratory profile of the subject. The results are guaranteed through the use of advanced technology machinery, our experienced staff and the certified quality control on our laboratory.


Allergens are proteins that come from a variety of sources and only on specific individuals, seem to activate their immune system towards the production of antibodies. Allergens are not typically harmful substances. But for patients with a genetic predisposition to allergies, these innocent proteins are perceived as enemies. Our body, therefore, defends itself and produces antibodies. During this process, substances that make up the symptoms of allergies will be produced.

In our biopathology department, allergy tests are performed for various substances such as food allergens, pharmaceuticals and aeroallergens (e.g. pollen).

Drug levels

The levels of some drugs are measured so as to regulate their dose, frequency, and the length of presence in the body, their metabolic derivatives, and their efficacy. After processing the samples, they are loaded into the analysers and the results are evaluated by our experienced staff.

Prenatal testing

Prenatal diagnostic tests include specific tests to ensure reliable results during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy. Thus, genetic diseases are prevented; diseases that are either inherited from the parents, who are aware of the abnormality or not, or it is a newly-formed genetic abnormality of the fetus.

Molecular techniques

The innovation of our molecular tests is complemented by the application of pioneering techniques and our specialized scientific staff that develops various types of new methodologies. The list of tests includes analyses of genetic mutations, paternity tests and prenatal testing.

Urine tests

Urine is collected in special sterile containers. Depending on the test, specific instructions are given concerning the amount of urine collected, the time of day it should be collected, and also in case the subject is on any kind of medication. Microscopic examination of the urine is performed in a variety of cases, such as hematuria.


Biological samples cultivated in our laboratory include urine and semen. Special instructions are given when collecting the semen, while extensive information is provided to the patient before planning the examination. The results of the culture are evaluated by an expert physician so as to draw conclusions about possible infections of the biological material. Antibiotics may be prescribed to treat the condition.