What is Pathology?
Pathology refers to the study of disease. A medical doctor that specializes in pathology is called a pathologist. Pathologists are experts at interpreting microscopic views of body tissues.
Clinical pathology refers to the diagnosis and monitoring of diseases through the examination of blood, body fluids, secretions, and tissue biopsy specimens for chemical, morphological, microbiological, and immunological abnormalities.
Anatomic pathology refers to the diagnosis of disease based on the gross, microscopic, and molecular examination of organs, tissues, and cells.
Pathology services at Logan Regional Hospital Laboratory are provided by Dr. Matthew M. Kershisnik, M.D. and Dr. Jonathan Koehler, M.D. (Northern Utah Pathology). Both are board certified pathologists; Dr. Kershisnik also acts as the Laboratory Medical Director.
Logan Regional Hospital Pathology Department
1400 North 500 East
Logan, Utah 84341
Phone: (435) 716-5203
Pathology Billing Services
Pathology Service Associates, LLC (PSA) is the billing service provider for Northern Utah Pathology’s professional services. Visit Pathology Billing for more information, or to make a payment. Northern Utah Pathology accepts all major insurances.