You could try your GPs surgery (assuming your specialist nurse is not part of that)
Not that I used this at the time, but I found out my pathology report was available long before the first appointment with my oncologist. I needed a copy for insurance, so I just phoned up the practise and asked if I could have a printout. From the printout, it was clear that a) the surgery had a direct logon to the hospital where the pathology was done (it wasn't a scanned letter or anything) and b) the report was completed about a week after the I/O. This was all done though the secetary at the GPs office. It was a bit like getting blood results.
Jan 2012 suspicious lump detected, AFP 4, HCG 3, LDH 207 (UL 192)
Feb 2012 Seminoma, 5cm x 4cm, no LVI/RTI, pT1, Stage 1A, Surveillance, joined TRISST
Mar 2013 (1 year) relapse, Stage 2B, 2x Nodes 2.1 and 2.3cm
Apr 2013 CarboPlatin AUC10 x 3 cycles (Phase 2 trial), complete