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national medical laboratory week - april 20-26, 2014

DSM would like to thank and congratulate our provincial team of medical laboratory professionals working across Manitoba to provide the 'Results That Matter' to our patients and their care givers during National Medical Laboratory Week (NMLW). This special week celebrates the important work of Medical Laboratory professionals as an integral part of the patient care team.

Please read more about the role of Medical Laboratory Technologists.

Interested in joining this dynamic field? Read more about Laboratory Careers.

For more information on National Medical Laboratory Week and medical laboratory professions, please visit the Born Lab website at

PROVINCE ANNOUNCES ACCESS TO IMPROVED CANCER SCREENING: New Colon Cancer, Lynch Syndrome Testing Available to Patients:  Minister Selby

Province Announces Access to Improved Cancer Screening February 3, 2014

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Lynch Syndrome Background Information

DSM a partner in multi-jurisdictional telepathology program

The October 2013 Issue of Canadian Healthcare Technology features an article on how this digital pathology solution will shape Pathology Read More

DSM Annual General Meeting - Held oN OCT 2 as part of Southern Health-Santé Sud AGM

Click Here to read our 2012-2013 Annual Report to the Community

New MRI Scheduled for Dauphin in 2014

The new MRI is anticipated to perform over 1,500 scans per year, reducing wait times and avoiding lengthy return trips to Brandon, Morden/Winkler or Winnipeg for testing... Read More

2013-2016 Strategic plan

DSM is pleased to share our direction for provincial diagnostic services for the next four years through our Strategic Plan.

state-of-the-art x-ray services in northern manitoba to benefit more than 11,000 patients annually

Northern communities now have access to the best in X-ray technology following the replacement of radiography suites at Diagnostic Services Manitoba (DSM) imaging facilities in Thompson, Gillam and Lynn Lake Read More

DSM Expands MRI Hours at Boundary Trails

Diagnostic Services Manitoba (DSM) has expanded service hours for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans at Boundary Trails Health Centre (BTHC) increasing pat ient capacity by 44% and offering southern residents more flexibility in booking their MRI appointments. Read More

Announcement: Manitoba Breast Cancer Patients to Benefit from Advanced Diagnostic Equipment at DSM's Laboratory in St. Boniface Hospital- Wait Times Dramatically Reduced

Media Coverage

In Response to Recent Media Attention to Thermography Use in Manitoba:

As the leading provider of digital imaging services in rural Manitoba, DSM would like to reassure patients and their families that we do not endorse or use thermography as part of breast cancer diagnostic testing/screening.

DSM places great emphasis in providing patients with high quality and safe laboratory and digital imaging services at all times. Our program and services are strictly monitored by the Manitoba Quality Assurance Program and Radiation Protection Program to ensure that DSM is meeting the best standards of care.

"Diagnosing Issues" - A Winnipeg Free Press Spotlight on DSM

Jim Slater, DSM's new CEO, was recently featured in an article and discussed Manitoba's need for centralized leadership in diagnostic services. Click here to read the full article.

Questions About Your Diagnostic Tests?

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Our Vision

To create a patient-first environment that provides quality laboratory and diagnostic imaging services supporting the health care needs of all Manitobans.

Our Mission

We will assume a provincial leadership role in medical laboratory and medical imaging services for the province of Manitoba.

Our Values

We are committed to patient-centred care and the provision of innovative and collaborative diagnostic services with integrity and accountability.



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