The lab will also focus on specialised testing needs for hospitals, nursing homes and smaller laboratories across Kayankulam, Haripad, Mavelikara, Amabalapuzha, Kuttanad, Kavalam, Cherthala, Aroor, Thuravoor, Eduthuva District
Neuberg Diagnostics has announced its expansion in Kerala, by launching their processing lab in Alleppey.
The diagnostics company also plans to add more than 25 collection centres in 6 months. The lab will also focus on specialised testing needs for hospitals, nursing homes and smaller laboratories across Kayankulam, Haripad, Mavelikara, Amabalapuzha, Kuttanad, Kavalam, Cherthala, Aroor, Thuravoor, Eduthuva District.
Dr GSK Velu, Chairman and Managing Director, Neuberg Diagnostics, said, “The new lab is equipped with full-fledged pathology and molecular diagnostics advanced testing facilities. This integrated centre of excellence is a step toward providing high-standard diagnostics to enable doctors to diagnose health disorders accurately and make safer interventions while adopting technology for the quality of life. Identifying the rising demand for quality diagnostic services, we planned to expand to provide quality healthcare services by launching the laboratory in Alleppey. The people across the different regions will now have access to an extensive range of tests and well-curated health check packages. Neuberg Diagnostic Centres are being set up across various locations in India to provide quality diagnostics services to the semi-urban & rural population, especially the economically weaker sections of the society, at affordable costs.”
Aishwarya Vasudevan, Group Chief Operating Officer, Neuberg Diagnostics, said, “With this new lab, we look forward to taking the responsibility of providing advanced and quality diagnostics tests to people of Alleppey. There is a requirement for superior healthcare services ranging from diagnosis to treatment from every part of the country, specifically in tier-2 and tier-3 cities. Further to the launch of this reference lab, Neuberg aims to alleviate the pain points in the healthcare ecosystem.”