Solstas, at its origin, means “turning point.”
Solstas Lab Partners, formed through a merger of two hospital-based labs, is one of the largest full-service laboratories in the nation. We support the unique needs of our clients and their patients with a full range of clinical, anatomic pathology and esoteric testing services. Our goal is to help you improve the health and well-being of your patients through the offering of a broad range of test menus and services in convenient patient service locations, while making available a suite of advanced client connectivity solutions for the seamless ordering of tests and retrieval of results.
The name, Solstas Lab Partners and all that it stands for, is about building long-lasting relationships with our clients through our core values of service excellence and customer care. These ideals are put into action everyday by our team of experienced, dedicated professionals who provide an exceptional level of personalized service and operational excellence.
The recent acquisition of Doctors Laboratory, Inc. (DLI) extends our growth into southern Georgia, northern Florida and portions of Alabama. DLI is a full-service laboratory based in Valdosta, Ga. providing clinical, anatomic pathology and SAMHSA-certified toxicology lab services.
- 09/15/2010 - Full Service Anaerobic Bacteriology available at Doctors Lab.“Team Micro” at Doctors Lab. proudly announces the extension of its capability to include FULL SERVICE anaerobic bacteriology, a very complex but important area of clinical diagnosis.
- 08/31/2010 - Microbiology In NewsChromID-Strepto B improves outcomes for newborns infected with GBS.
- 12/31/2009 - Client Notification of CDC’s Latest Shiga-toxin RecommendationAccording to CDC, “Evidence indicates that STEC might be detected as frequently as other bacterial pathogens.” Also, “Many infections are missed with selective STEC testing strategies (e.g. testing only specimens from children, testing only during summer months, or testing only stools with white blood cells or blood).” Also, testing only for E. coli strain0157:H7 may not be adequate, because “Non-0157 STEC bacteria also are important causes of diarrheal illness in the United States”.