Incyte Diagnostics, an anatomic pathology laboratory, recently completed more than $1.5 million in improvements to a 7,608-square-foot office at 221 Wellsian Way in Richland.
The project was designed to merge four of Incyte’s offices under one roof. The Pendleton, Walla Walla, Yakima and Kadlec histology offices are now all housed in one location.
Samples will be processed more efficiently under this arrangement and will allow for a more equal distribution of the workload to pathologists at hospitals in Walla Walla, Yakima, Sunnyside, Hermiston, Pendleton and Richland.
The Spokane Valley-based private company, founded in 1957, provides anatomic pathology services throughout the Northwest. Its locations now include Bellevue, Spokane Valley and Richland.
Incyte Diagnostics combines expert interpretation with the latest technology to deliver the best results for clinicians and patients. The most current technology and testing available is used to enhance result accuracy, create efficiencies and detect diseases earlier.
Incyte Diagnostics also contracts with hospitals to provide laboratory medical directorship and consultative services.
The company employs more than 40 pathologists with subspecialty training in a variety of fields to provide interpretation on sample results.
The project was completed Aug. 12.
Bouten Construction of Spokane was the general contractor.
Dan Jardine of Seattle-based NAC Architecture was the architect.
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