Frequently Asked Questions
A pathologist diagnoses or assists in the diagnosis of diseases through the examination of tissue, blood and other body fluids.
Yes, all pathologists are medical doctors. After medical school they train for an additional 5-7 years to acquire the required skills to be a pathologist.
Your primary care physician submitted tissue, blood or other body fluid to the laboratory for evaluation by a pathologist.
Yes, Southeastern Pathology Associates is accredited by the State of Georgia, the State of Florida and the College of American Pathologists.
Southeastern Pathology Associates has been serving Georgia, Florida and South Carolina since 1992.
As each insurance company has its own rules and regulations it is difficult to provide a single short answer to this question. The question is best answered by individual insurance companies. However, Southeastern Pathology Associates accepts payment from over 850 different insurance companies, and is enrolled in and accepts all major insurance companies in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina.
Our goal is 48 hours or less for a biopsy. Specialized tests will take more time.
Yes. However, under Georgia law test results must be obtained from your ordering provider.
Via password protected, HIPAA compliant Internet, via FAX or via hand-delivered courier.
Yes. However, it is best done in association with your primary care physician to understand your overall health status.
Of course, simply note the FAX number and provider’s name on your requisition and mark it cc.
Call SEPA Labs customer service toll free, 877-672-4385, and request a pick-up.
Our billing service is PSA. Their toll free number is 866-801-7177.
Contact our Sales Director, Rick Pfost at 912-222-2737.