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THESE LEGAL NOTICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Dr. Banks has retired from our pathology practice effective June 1, 2012 to pursue other opportunities. Dr. Banks will no longer be available for pathology consultations. Celligent Diagnostics will continue to provide Hematopathology services and consultations through our three full-time, Board certified Hematopathologists. More information on these specialists is available at the following link: Hematopathology
Carolinas Pathology Group is pleased to announce the addition of Glen R. Pinkston M.D. to our team of pathology experts. Dr. Pinkston is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. We are very excited to have him as a valuable part of our team!
For difficult or unusual breast pathology cases we now invite you to make our expertise yours. Dr. Ben Calhoun and Dr. Chad Livasy offer specialized diagnostic consultation in breast pathology with a heightened expertise and service dedicated to precision and responsiveness, one case at a time.