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Dominion Diagnostics to Host Open House Reception in New Vermont Laboratory Facility
Date:9/3/2009

WILLISTON, Vt., Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Diagnostics (Dominion) will host an open house reception on September 18, 2009 from 4 to 7 p.m. at its new Williston, Vermont laboratory.

Dominion is a leading national medical laboratory that provides comprehensive clinical quantitative urine drug testing, scientifically accurate medication monitoring, and support services nationwide. In March 2009, Dominion opened its new Vermont laboratory in order to offer expanded services to clients in the Northeast.

Invitations for the open house reception have been extended to all of Dominion's clients in surrounding communities, members of the Vermont Economic Development community, as well as distinguished leaders and legislators in the State. The reception will provide an opportunity for guests to meet members of Dominion's professional team, including new personnel employed in the Williston laboratory, and tour the new facility.

"We sincerely thank all of our clients and all of the individuals in the State of Vermont that made our expansion possible," commented Dominion's Chief Operating Officer, Stephen Jordan. "Utilizing this facility, and our new personnel, we are able to offer enhanced services to satisfy our clients' everyday laboratory needs."

Dominion's Vermont laboratory features the company's standards: advanced state-of-the-art laboratory technology, HIPAA-secure data integration, and a highly-trained, professional staff. The new facility nicely complements Dominion's 50,000 square foot corporate headquarters in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, where the company will continue to focus on extensive research and development, perform much of its unique clinical quantitative urine drug testing, provide comprehensive clinical reference laboratory services, and continuously enhance its client support services.

"This is an exciting achievement for Dominion that relied upon the support and commitment of many parties," Jordan said. "We welcome the opportunity for continued growth in the State of Vermont and, as always, are committed to serving with integrity."

To attend Dominion's Open House Reception, located at 1191 South Brownell Road in Williston, Vermont, please contact Dominion by September 9, 2009 at (401) 667-0837.

ABOUT DOMINION DIAGNOSTICS

Dominion Diagnostics is a premier provider of comprehensive clinical quantitative urine drug testing, medication monitoring and support services nationwide. Serving hundreds of clients in a variety of medical specialties, including Addiction Treatment, Behavioral Health, Pain Medicine, Primary Care, Psychiatry and Hospital Care, our company is supported by a world-class team that shares our commitment to clinical and operational excellence. For more information about Dominion, please visit www.dominiondiagnostics.com.

    Contact:
    Julie Lenahan
    Director of Marketing
    Dominion Diagnostics
    (401) 667-0876
    jlenahan@dominiondiagnostics.com

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