Hobartpath.com.au Review:

Hobart Pathology - Tasmanian Medical Testing Laboratory : Home - Hobart Pathology are a medical testing laboratory based in Hobart, Tasmania. Providing quality pathology services to general practitioners, medical specialists, nursing homes and private hospitals in the southern region of Tasmania.


Country: Oceania, AU, Australia

City: 2113 Ryde, New South Wales

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