Our laboratory ensures accurate and timely turnaround of lab tests at both our KW and Freeport Campuses, as well as to our external clients. We perform approximately two million lab tests a year.
Non-registered outpatient testing takes place in the community. Please contact your doctor’s office for a list of blood and specimen collection locations.
Our laboratory is located on the third floor of Grand River Hospital’s KW Campus in the D wing (down the hall from the Gift Shop).
We are open Monday to Friday 8 am to 4 pm.
You can reach us by calling 519-749-4300 extension 2238.
You are also welcome to review our
- Laboratory license (PDF file)
- ISO 15189 certification (PDF file)
Getting here- KW Campus
This service is located at the KW Campus, 835 King Street West in Kitchener.KW Campus: 835 King Street West, KitchenerKW Campus parking info
The latest from GRH's lab
Christine Bruce: providing leadership to the laboratories of Grand River and St. Mary’s hospitalsApril 17, 2017
Christine Bruce has a major role to play in ensuring the effectiveness of laboratory care at Kitchener’s two hospitals.
Daphne Hale: an incredible centennial blood donorDecember 8, 2016
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Medical lab week: celebrating lab technician, Deborah DiPedeApril 26, 2016
If your child has to have blood drawn, you can trust Deborah DiPede to do it well and make the experience as good as it can be.
Grand River Hospital’s automated lab celebrates its first anniversary by decreasing wait times by 10 percentApril 25, 2016
Grand River Hospital’s (GRH) one year old automated laboratory uses the latest technology to simplify laboratory processes, increase quality, reduce errors and improve test turnaround time for nearly 2.2 million patient tests a year.
Medical lab week: celebrating lab technician, Frank DeRosaApril 24, 2016
Although your encounter with them at the hospital may be over in a pinch, medical lab technicians (lab techs) play an important role in your health care. Lab techs visit patients across the hospital to collect blood samples to help health care providers diagnose their patients and develop treatment plans.