Services are offered in six main areas. There is also a specimen collection section and a morgue/autopsy section.
- Biochemistry studies the biochemical properties of tissues and fluids and includes functions like general chemistry, urinary chemistry, drug and hormone assays, markers, etc.
- Hematology concentrates on blood disorders and particularities and includes these regional functions: general hematology, coagulation, and bone marrow.
- Microbiology examines the actions, effects and sensitivities of micro-organisms and includes these regional functions: general microbiology, parasitology, serology, and environmental analyses (water).
- Transfusion medicine (blood bank) does blood typing and prepares transfusion products. It includes general functions.
- Histopathology performs macroscopic and microscopic studies of tissues and organs to detect pathologies. It includes general functions, frozen sections, and special dyes.
- Cytopathology involves microscopic studies of cells to detect pathologies and includes general gynecological and non-gynecological cytology functions, fine needle aspiration cytology, and spermograms.
- The morgue/autopsy section provides refrigerated storage for corpses, along with a place to examine and dissect them in order to study wounds and collect samples to find causes of death.