Hematopathology at SRMC

Did you know SRMC has a Board Certified Hematopathologist working in our Lab?  Dr. Emerald O’Sullivan-Mejia has been a Pathologist at SRMC since 2011, and is the area’s only Board Certified Hematopathologist.  

Dr. O’Sullivan is a graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School, and completed both her Anatomic & Clinical Pathology Residency, and Hematopathology Fellowship at VCU Health System.  She provides diagnostic evaluation of blood, bone marrow, spleen, lymph nodes, and other hematolymphoid lesions.  She has experience with diagnostic evaluation including morphologic assessment, flow cytometry, cytogenetics, molecular studies, and bone marrow biopsies. For more information, please contact Spotsylvania Regional Pathology at: (540) 498-4458.

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 Emerald O’Sullivan-Mejia, MD

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