Suburban Diagnostics, a leading Indian brand of diagnostic centres, adds a new location in the city of Mumbai. This new centre, located at S.V Road, Malad West in western Mumbai, will be dedicated to pathology services and offer a wide range of pathology tests, basic health check-up packages, home visit facility and more. Suburban Diagnostics is accredited by eminent national and international bodies – National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) and College of American Pathologists (CAP) who ensure that labs follow stringent quality protocols set up by these bodies. This, in turn, ensures superior quality of infrastructure, equipment, processes and people at all the network centres of Suburban Diagnostics.
The new pathology collection centre in S.V. Road, Malad West, is equipped to conduct all forms of clinical chemistry, haematology, clinical pathology, immunoassays, histopathology, cytopathology, molecular pathology, cytogenetics, and microbiology tests. Highly specialised oncology, nephrology and hematopathology testing is also available with the brand. Their highly trained phlebotomy staff ensure a painless, hassle free blood collection. Sample collection at home and reports on email add to the patient’s convenience. They also offer standout services like “talk to a pathologist” which help patients understand their report.
“This new centre at Malad, Mumbai is operated by our highly trained & experienced staff, offers all pathology services to help the residents of this suburb, unburden their health.” says Mr. Sushant Kinra, COO of Suburban Diagnostics.
Suburban Diagnostics has emerged as a leader in home healthcare with its extensive reach, well-trained technicians and the. They also provide services like pre-employment check-ups, on-site health check-ups and health talks as a part of their corporate health program. The brand was amongst the first private labs to be authorized by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to conduct COVID-19 RT-PCR testing in India, having completed testing over 13lac COVID-19 patients till date and has played a pivotal role in the country’s effort to tackle the virus.