HNL News

June 29, 2022

Automation in the Clinical Laboratory

Clinical laboratory automation is essential to deliver high quality results in the most cost effective and efficient way.  Automation requires minimal operator intervention and helps to increase productivity, tracking of specimens within the laboratory, decreased turnaround times, improvements in specimen handling, improved laboratory safety, and minimizes errors.
Read More
June 17, 2022

LYME Disease

As you continue to spend more time outside enjoying the weather, you’ll be sharing your space with some critters you’ll want to be aware of. Deer ticks can carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, which can have a critical impact on your health if untreated.
Read More
June 15, 2022

Men's Health Month

In 1994, Congress designated the month of June as Men's Health Month to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
Read More
June 10, 2022

LGBTQ Pledge

HNL Lab Medicine believes the diversity of our workforce makes us stronger. We are committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to attract, develop, and retain a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Read More
June 09, 2022

HNL Lab Medicine Artwork Contest Celebrates Healthcare Heroes

Throughout the month of May, HNL Lab Medicine, a regional leader in high-quality, innovative laboratory medicine services, announced an artwork contest for children in grades K-8. The goal of this contest was to promote awareness of the healthcare field, encourage creativity, and include a valuable connection to the community in each of HNL’s patient service centers.
Read More

Elizabeth A. Dellers

MD, FCAP

Senior Vice Chair; Vice Chair, LVH-M; Chief, Division of Anatomic Pathology; Chief Section of Breast Pathology

Dr. Dellers received her MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY and completed her pathology residency training at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., followed by a Surgical Pathology Fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia. Dr. Dellers is certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. She is also interested in acquisition of high quality biospecimens for clinical and basic science research, and serves as the biospecimen lead for the National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) at Lehigh Valley Health Network. Dr. Elizabeth Dellers is a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of South Florida (USF), Morsani College of Medicine

Publications 

A Non-randomized, Observational Trial of Short-term Pre-operative Endocrine Therapy in ER Positive Breast Cancer to Investigate Changes in Genomic Expression Using the Oncotype DX® Recurrence Score®, Aaron D. Bleznak MD, FACS; Elizabeth A. Dellers; B Glenn-Porter; Sharon R. Kimmel PhD, MHA; Heiwon Chung MD, FACS; C Yoshizawa; E Burke; D S. Davison; and C Chao (Poster)

Results of Re-Excision for Inadequate Margins Following Partial Mastectomy for Carcinoma of the Breast
Aaron Bleznak MD, FACS; Christine W. Du MD; Samuel Steerman MD; and Elizabeth Dellers MD (Poster)

Renal tubular dysgenesis: a description of early renal maldevelopment in siblings.
Metzman RA, Husson MA, Dellers EA. Pediatr Pathol. 1993 Mar-Apr;13(2):239-48. PMID:8464784

Identification of Blastocystis hominis by colonic brush cytology. A case report.
Dellers EA, Dunn JC, DeSantis P, Aronchick CA. Acta Cytol. 1992 Sep-Oct;36(5):757-8. PMID:1523938

Extrauterine mixed mesodermal tumors. An immunohistochemical study.
Dellers EA, Valente PT, Edmonds PR, Balsara G. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 1991 Sep;115(9):918-20. Review. PMID:1718238

Exaggerated venous mural hypertrophy in association with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the prostate.
Gerber WL, Dellers EA, Putong PB. J Urol. 1991 Jan;145(1):151-3. PMID:1984079

Menaquinone biosynthesis in Bacillus subtilis: isolation of men mutants and evidence for clustering of men genes.
 Taber HW, Dellers EA, Lombardo LR. J Bacteriol. 1981 Jan;145(1):321-7. PMID:6780514