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Neuberg Diagnostics expands its footprint in Haryana

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The new lab in Gurugram and other upcoming diagnostic labs will be wholly owned by Neuberg while the 100 touchpoints will be set up in the own or franchisee business model

Neuberg Diagnostics has announced their expansion in Haryana, by launching own processing lab in Gurugram. They are also coming up with 10 express diagnostics labs and 100 touchpoints across Haryana. 

The new lab in Gurugram and other upcoming diagnostic labs will be wholly owned by Neuberg while the 100 touchpoints will be set up in the own or franchisee business model. This new lab is capable to process about 1000 samples in a day and deliver results within the given turnaround time which differs from test to test.

Dr GSK Velu, Chairman and Managing Director, Neuberg Diagnostics, said, “At Neuberg, our strategic decisions are governed by our commitment to making state-of-the-art technology and new generation diagnostics accessible and affordable to all sections of society. With our new lab in Gurugram, we are one step closer to achieving our mission of access & affordable diagnostics for all sections of population. Along with routine testing, we also focus on next generation techniques aligning with the latest treatment concept of personalized medicine. Therefore, we also concentrate on providing quality testing with advanced techniques to predict the genetic probability of various diseases such as neurodegenerative disorders, heart disease, and cancer through genomics.”

O. P Dhankar, President BJP Haryana and Former Cabinet Minister of Government of Haryana, said, “The launch of Neuberg labs will allow us to boost healthcare facilities and a step ahead towards quality treatment because of their new age advanced testing process. This brings an excellent scope for people in Haryana to get access to quality healthcare with accurate diagnosis facilities. The aim is to produce strong outcomes in public health, hurdling India to one of the most advanced countries globally in terms of management of public health outbreaks.”

 

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