Dermatopathology Laboratory of Central States (DLCS), an anatomic pathology and molecular diagnostics laboratory, announced today that it will open a new satellite lab in Troy, Michigan this September. Dr. Sean Stephenson, dermatologist and dermatopathologist, has been named as the Laboratory Director.
“As a national laboratory, it’s time to expand our footprint,” says Dr. Thomas G. Olsen, founding director of DLCS. “The addition of our Michigan satellite allows us to really participate in the Michigan medical community. We look forward to providing the best in care to physicians and patients, as well as becoming locally involved in resident education.”
The Michigan laboratory will provide full-service dermatopathology as well as slide preparation, special stains, molecular testing, and professional interpretation of prepared slides. The laboratory will also serve as a teaching facility for dermatology residents locally and nationwide.
Dr. Sean Stephenson will see patients in the area as a clinical dermatologist and teach dermatology residents in addition to practicing skin pathology. Dr. Stephenson is a board-certified dermatologist and recently completed a dermatopathology fellowship at the Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology. “As a Detroit native, I am glad to return and care for patients in my home state,” says Dr. Stephenson.
The laboratory is expected to open in late September 2012. For more information please contact Theresa Feeser, Laboratory Administrator, DLCS at (800) 532-3232 or email@example.com.
Dermpath Lab of Central States (DLCS) is an independent, national dermatopathology laboratory whose goal is to provide physicians with accurate diagnoses of skin biopsies. DLCS has a focus on quality, efficient service, and education – all essential to our dedication to patient care. For additional information about DLCS visit www.dermpathlab.com.