About CompuNet Clinical Laboratories
Founded in 1986, we are a full-service clinical laboratory based in Dayton, Ohio. We proudly serve physicians, hospitals, and healthcare industry organizations throughout Southwest Ohio as a trusted partner and expert resource.
As an affiliate of Quest Diagnostics—the leading national laboratory—working with CompuNet gives healthcare providers access to vast resources including the complex and specialized testing capabilities of Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute.
Our approach to laboratory medicine starts with a patient-first philosophy that helps us become part of our clients’ care teams. We work with hospitals, physicians and their patients, and employers to ensure high-quality care and positive outcomes. We provide local, accessible, and responsive lab services and consultations that set us apart.
We believe that building trust and solid relationships leads to better patient care. This is why our team is always available to talk to our clients and why our Patient Service Centers are staffed by caring professionals who know how to make patients feel comfortable from the moment they walk through the door.
Our mission is to improve the health of our community through excellence in medical laboratory services.
To do this, we tirelessly pursue innovation and better ways to serve our clients and their patients. We invest in the technologies that enhance our quality and capabilities and continually investigate and adopt evolving best practices that keep us at the forefront of our industry. And because we know that it’s our people who drive us forward, we always seek out talented laboratory science professionals who share our dedication to delivering better results in everything we do.
Quality and Integrity. Partners and Customers. Innovation and Performance. We place tremendous value on them all. Our commitment to these concepts and people permeates our organization at every level and gives us the inspiration we need to do our jobs to the very best of our abilities each and every day.