Quality becomes an important measure for pathology reporting. Accreditation is one of the principal ways for quality assurance. In this study, Anatomic Pathology Checklist defined by College of American Pathologists is used as a guide by Quality Control Committee formed as a prerequisite for laboratory accreditation of our department to evaluate 1 year period, compare the results with previous periods and test the reliability of this reference. The committee choose 94 relevant criteria out of 104. Unmet criteria and causes for these are searched for. A Physician Satisfaction Survey was applied. A problem record notebook was put on desk to ascertain the problems throughout the process. Last results are compared with the first data; problems and solutions are discussed.