Pathology slide scanning that is easy, fast, and affordable
Pathology slide scanning that is easy, fast, and affordable

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Simple ordering process via our website

All slides scanned at 40x, quality assured

Images available via secure, cloud-based services


Turnaround time typically 1-2 days

Scanning available anytime

Expedited service available for a nominal fee


Simple pricing based on volume

Discount for academic and non-profits

Free image storage (30 days)

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Why incur additional expense when you can rely on high quality contract digital pathology scanning services? You can outsource slide scanning to histoimage at a fraction of the cost, on-demand.


Simple, volume based pricing

25% discount for academic and non-profit customers

Free secure cloud image storage for 30 days


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Academic / Non-profit

Return slides (uncheck if you do not want your material returned)

Ship slides to the following address:
histoimage, llc
50946 Sharpstone Court
Granger, IN 46530-6848

Please package slides carefully in a sturdy, padded conatiner.
Note: At this time we can only accept standard microscope glass slides: 75 mm x 25 mm (3 in x 1 in)

Questions? Please contact us at:
+1 (574)-742-1129



Brandon Combs

Sales and Business Development
Brandon is a Cisco-certified Technical Solutions Engineer at the South Bend Medical Foundation who started at the laboratory as an independent contractor almost a decade ago. At Indiana University, he attained Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics and Physics, followed by a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. He is certified in advanced computer programming. Brandon’s experience includes project management, software development, system and network administration, including cloud systems and multi-site networks. His knowledge spans many information systems, applications, and architectures.


Derrick Forchetti, MD

Operations and Scanning Services
Dr. Forchetti is a board-certified anatomic and clinical pathologist with over 20 years experience. He graduated from Wabash College with degrees in Chemistry and German and received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. Recently, he earned a master's degree in Data Science from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Forchetti has been working with a group of pathologists as an independent consultant for Google Medical Brain, assisting them with machine learning projects and other technologies related to pathology and radiology. He also has experience with digital pathology image creation and software development for image manipulation.