The founders of Cellular Pathology Services Ltd, Dr Joseph El-Jabbour and Dr Paul Mitra, have been working in the private sector since 1993.
In 2005, they took the decision to become fully engaged in the independent sector. In 2007, Cellular Pathology Services Ltd was born, and has grown from strength to strength in providing an exceptional personal service, and the highest quality of reporting, administration and swift turnaround times of results. The company is fully accredited with UKAS Medical Laboratory and CQC.
CPS continues to develop and grow with increasing clinical demands for its services from both the Independent and NHS sectors, and will always understand that service, relationships, quality and reputation are tantamount to its business.
Dr. Joseph El-Jabbour co-founded CPS limited. He is currently the managing and medical director.
Joseph is passionate about delivering a “high quality, rapid and timely pathology service as part of a clinical team”. His other passion at work is IT about which he says “IT can play a greater role in Clinical Medicine and can enhance the delivery of patient care further.” His vision of a paperless streamlined workflow processes, has driven and created a bespoke laboratory computer system, which handles all laboratory functions efficiently and flexibly.
After graduating from Damascus University, Joseph trained in Lebanon, Edinburgh and London. He took up NHS Consultant pathologist post in 1993, staying in the NHS until 2005. Since then, he has been fully engaged in the Independent Sector.
Dr. Paul Mitra co-founded CPS limited and is the Registered Manager with CQC. He is the chairman of the Board and is also responsible for Heath & Safety in CPS. Dr Mitra says “I am passionate about delivering the highest quality cellular pathology service, focusing on the individual needs of patients and clients, both consultants and hospitals.”
Dr Mitra graduated from St George’s Medical School, and trained at Guy’s Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital. He has held consultant pathologist appointments in the NHS serving as both head of department for Cellular Pathology and Clinical Director for pathology services. Paul has been fully engaged in the independent sector since 2005.
He is a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists and International Academy of Pathologists and is a regular attendee of national and international specialty conferences.
Scott Hague is the Commercial Director for CPS and is responsible for all client services and marketing functions of CPS.
Scott graduated from Salford University with a Bsc Hons degree in Total Quality Management and later studied for an MBA at the Open University. Scott has over 23 year’s commercial experience, working for large, multi-national blue chip organisations and more recently, running his own digital healthcare company in London. Scott comes from a family of healthcare professionals, rooted in both the private and public sector.
Scott is a firm believer in ‘getting the basics right’ when it comes to providing high standards in client services; “being adaptable and agile is a key component to our service proposition but more often than not, many other companies forget the basics when servicing their clients. Delivering on saying what you will do is a key value of our business and I am proud to be playing a part in leading our commercial strategy in such a dynamic company.
Scott is a passionate Liverpool FC supporter and plays competitive tennis for the County of Bedfordshire.
LinkedIn: Scott Hague
Getting it right first time.
At CPS quality is paramount to our business and company ethos with an emphasis on “getting it right first time and every time”.
CPS is registered with the Care Quality Commission – CQC (1-284279024) and has UKAS Medial Laboratory accreditation (reference: 9685).
All of our technical laboratory results are Quality Assured through the appropriate and nominated External Quality Assessment Schemes (EQAS), along with daily quality control checks in the laboratory technical areas.
Our pathologists also participate in clinical EQA schemes as appropriate to their experience and specialist profiles.
In line with UKAS requirements and the ISO15189:2012, CPS has established a policy on how to manage uncertainty of measurement.
We are continually recruiting sessional pathologists to cover our expanding work profile.
If you are interested in joining, you are welcome to call our medical director on 01923 233299 for a confidential discussion.
Dr J El-Jabbour FRCPath
GMC number: 3375154
Dr P Mitra FRCPath
GMC number: 2569369
Dr L Wahab FRCPath
GMC number: 6036933