Clinical Laboratory

Trunkline:+63 2 4270213
Local:1128, 1129 and 1133


The services of the Clinical Laboratory are essential to aid the physicians in the diagnosis and health assessment of patients. The services include acceptance of physician’s request, preparation of patient if needed, proper identification of patient and collection, processing, examination of samples collected. Once the examination is completed, the results obtained are validated, encoded using prescribed forms and subsequently released. It is the aim of the clinical laboratory to provide timely, accurate and precise results using laboratory procedures that are at par with standards set by the Department of Health and associated accrediting bodies.

  1. To provide the highest level of quality health care services that will meet the needs of the community we serve.
  2. To maintain production of quality, accurate and reliable results.
  3. To help the physician in establishing proper diagnosis rapidly, thus generating confidence and better health care for the patient.
  4. To develop competent and compassionate Medical Technologists and Pathologists.


The FEU-NRMF Medical Center, Department of Clinical Laboratory envisions to maintain the highest standards of clinical and anatomical laboratory practice and to be a center for Medical Technology Interns and Pathology Residents Training for global competitiveness in high quality laboratory.

Why should you choose FEU-NRMF Clinical Laboratory?
  • Majority of the laboratory scientists are products of the “consistently” top-performing FEU-NRMF School of Clinical Laboratory Science ( Medical Technology )
  • All of the laboratory scientists / medical technologists are board certified
  • All of the consultant-in-charge of the sections are board certified
  • Consistent “excellent results” obtained from external quality assurance surveys
  • Periodic continuing quality improvement assessment to ensure that the methodology in place is at-par with the standards and coping with the “newest technology” available in the market
  • Quality assurance protocol is in place to ensure that the results are precise and accurate
  • Continuing professional development of personnel
  • Dedicated, caring and diligent staff


We offer a wide range of medical diagnostic services in Hematology, Serology, Bacteriology, Blood Bank, Clinical Microscopy, Clinical Chemistry, Anatomic Surgical and Cytopathology.

    Anatomic Pathology (AP)
  • Frozen section service for rapid intra-operative rapid diagnosis
  • Surgical Pathology provides gross examination and histologic interpretation of tissue biopsy
  • Autopsy / Post-mortem examination to confirm clinical diagnosis and serve as teaching material for students and resident physicians.
  • Cytopathology which renders diagnosis on cells spontaneously exfoliated or removed via procedures like fine needle aspiration biopsy.
  • Molecular Pathology particularly for breast carcinoma (ER,PR, Her2neu).
    Clinical Pathology (CP)
  • Bacteriology provides results as to the infectious cause of disease by examination of smear and culture of isolates. In addition, the susceptibility patterns of organisms to antibiotics are also tested.
  • Chemistry analyzes blood sample to detect the presence of metabolic problems, endocrine diseases, infectious etiology and even neoplastic growth.
  • Serology performs infectious disease testing, determination of autoantibodies and markers for tumor growth.
  • Hematology provides complete blood count and coagulation studies. It also receives bone marrow aspirates and peripheral blood smear interpretation for patients with blood dyscrasia.
  • Blood Bank performs collection and testing of blood from voluntary donors, pre-transfusion compatibility testing and distribution of blood and blood products. Additional capabilities include leucoreduction techniques, ABO Rh typing using gel methodology and antibody screening methods. Procedures are also in place to conduct transfusion reaction investigation. Existing Memorandum of Agreement is in place with the blood centers of the Philippines to ensure adequacy of blood supply.
  • Clinical Microscopy offers analysis of urine physical properties, chemical reaction and sediment examination. In addition, it is equipped to perform seminal fluid analysis, occult blood determination and pregnancy test. Fecal analysis to determine parasites can also be done.


  • Glucose (FBS)
  • BUN
  • Creatinine
  • Uric Acid
  • Total Cholesterol
  • Triglyceride
  • HDL
  • LDL
  • VLDL
  • LDH
  • Total CK
  • Total Protein
  • Albumin
  • Globulin
  • A/G ratio
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Indirect Bilirubin
  • ALP
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Chloride
  • Ionized Calcium
  • Total Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • Amylase
  • Lipase
  • Gamma Glutamyl Transferase
  • Urine Creatinine
  • 24 hours urine creatinine clearance
  • 24 hours urine protein
  • Urine Protein / Creatinine Ratio
  • Capillary Blood Glucose
  • Random Blood Sugar
  • Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
  • Glucose Challenge Test
  • CSF protein and sugar
  • Plasma Ammonia
  • Iron
  • Complement 3
  • Total Iron Binding Capacity
  • Anti Streptolysin O
  • Rheumatoid Factor
  • C Reactive Protein
    Tumor Marker:
  • Alpha Feto Protein
  • Carcino Embryonic Antigen
  • CA 125
  • CA 15-3
  • CA 19-9
  • Beta HCG
  • Total PSA
    Hepatitis Profile:
  • HBsAg
  • Anti HBs
  • HBeAg
  • Anti HBe
  • Anti HBC IgM
  • Anti HAV IgM
  • Anti HCV
  • HBsAg rapid
  • Dengue Duo
  • Ferritin
  • FSH
  • HIV testing
  • Leptospiral agglutination test
  • Leutenizing Hormone
  • Syphilis testing
  • Salmonella typing
  • Troponin I
  • Troponin T
  • Anti nuclear antigen
  • Hemoglobin A1c
  • Bleeding time template
  • Bleeding time / Clotting Time
  • Bone Marrow aspirate
  • Clot retraction time
  • Complete Blood Count with Platelet count
  • ESR
  • Malarial smear
  • OFT
  • PTT
  • PT
  • PBS
  • Reticulocyte Count
  • Cell Count / Differential Count
  • ELISA Amoeba
  • Fecal Occult Blood
  • Urine Ketone test
  • Urine Microalbumin test
  • Pregnancy test
  • Semen analysis
  • Specific gravity
  • Stool exam / scotch tape
  • Stool latex, rota adeno
  • Urinalysis
  • Cytology
  • ER / PR
  • Frozen section
  • Giemsa stain
  • H Pylori test
  • Her2neu
  • Surgical biopsy
  • PAPS
  • Tzanck smear
  • Ultrasound guided biopsy
  • Fine Needle Aspirate Biopsy
  • Special stain (LCA, Vimentin, Dismin, cytokeratin)
  • Acid Fast Bacilli stain
  • Blood Culture and sensitivity
  • CSF C/S
  • Genital C/S
  • Respiratory C/S
  • Stool C/S
  • Urine C/S
  • Wound C/S
  • Other body fluid C/S
  • Gram stain
  • KOH
  • India Ink
  • NSS / wet smear
  • Blood typing
  • Cold agglutinin
  • Coombs direct
  • Coombs indirect / antibody screen
  • Crossmatching
  • Reverse typing
  • Therapeutic phlebotomy
  • Type and screen
    Blood Product:
  • Whole blood
  • Packed RBC
  • Leukoreduced PRBC
  • Platelet concentrate
  • Fresh Frozen Plasma
  • Cryoprecipitate
  • Washed PRBC


    Linda D. Tamesis, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Serology
  • Dean, School of Medicine
  • Associate Professor A
  • Immediate Past Chief of Clinics (2011-2013)
  • Incumbent President (2013-2014), Philippine Society of Pathologists, Inc.
  • CP Fellow, life member PSP
  • Masters in Hospital Administration obtained at St. Jude College
    Rogelda G. Bongat, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Chemistry
  • Chairman, Pathology department
  • Associate Professor A
  • Member, Tissue Committee
  • Immediate Past Head of Clinical Laboratory (2011-2013)
  • Incumbent Chairman of PAASCU and Regional Laboratory Network, NCR
  • AP-CP Fellow, life member PSP
  • Masters in Health Profession Education obtained at UP-NTTC
    Mari Karr A. Esguerra, MD, FPSP
  • Head, Clinical Laboratory
  • Head, Blood Bank
  • Chairman, Hospital Blood Transfusion Committee
  • Assistant Professor A
  • Member, VPAA Committee on Faculty Evaluation and Promotion
  • Immediate Past Chairman, Pathology & Laboratory Diagnosis, School of Medicine (2010 – 2013) and Committee Appointments by the Dean of Medicine:
  • Immediate Past Chairman, Library Committee
  • Immediate Past Vice Chairman, Students Affairs Committee
  • Member, PAASCU and PACUCOA committee
    Jocelyn Q. Gacasan, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Bacteriology
  • Head, Institute of Medicine Clinical Laboratory
  • Training Officer (CP), Pathology department
  • Assistant Professor B
  • AP-CP Fellow, life member PSP;
  • Ongoing PhD in Molecular Biology at UP Diliman
    Humphrey C. Bitun, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Histopathology
  • Chairman, Tumor Board Committee
  • Training Officer (AP), Pathology department
  • Assistant Professor C
  • Chairman, PSP Committee on Possession of Private Laboratory (2012)
  • AP-CP Fellow, life member PSP
    Cheryl May C. Tan, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Hematology
  • Member, Committee on Research
  • Assistant Professor B
  • AP-CP Fellow, life member PSP ;
  • Masters in Public Management (Health Governance) obtained at Ateneo de Manila School of Governance
    Aida D. Lat, MD, FPSP
  • Consultant-in-Charge, Clinical Microscopy
  • Member, Therapeutics Committee
  • Assistant Professor C
  • AP Diplomate, CP Fellow PSP ;
  • Ongoing Masteral in Hospital Administration at Philippine Christian’s University
    Chermaine V. Dagani, MD, DPSP
  • Junior Consultant, Blood Bank
  • Assistant Professor D
  • AP-CP Diplomate PSP
    Lolita Cua, MD, FPCP, FPSHBT
  • Internist
  • Hematologist
  • Assistant Professor C
  • PCP and PSHBT Fellow
    Enrico Tuy, MD, FPCP, FPSHBT
  • Internist-Hematologist
  • Assistant Professor C
  • PCP and PSHBT Fellow

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