Neuberg Diagnostics launches the state-of-the-art regional reference laboratory in Nagercoil  

With the addition to this new lab, Neuberg Diagnostics now has 23 labs in Tamil Nadu

Nagercoil/New Delhi: Neuberg Diagnostics, one of the top 4 Pathology laboratory chains in India, with more than 150 labs and 2000+ collection centers and having a presence in India, South Africa, UAE, and the USA, has launched the state-of-the-art regional reference lab in Southern Tamil Nadu in Nagercoil.
The lab was inaugurated by Mr. T Mano Thangaraj, Minister for Information Technology & Digital services, Tamil Nadu, India, and Dr. GSK Velu, Chairman and Managing Director, Neuberg Diagnostics.
The lab which is equipped with the latest technology which can conduct and process 1000 samples in a day and deliver results within the given turnaround time while maintaining the best-in-class quality. People can avail of services such as preventive health checks, home collection, and specialty blood tests. The lab will be accessible through 6 collection centers to be launched in the region over the next three months, with plans to expand to 10 centers in total. Neuberg as a group is equipped to conduct futuristic tests such as genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, molecular biology, and digital pathology. For a home visit booking and other service inquiry the customers can call toll-free number 9700369700.
 “I am glad to be present on this occasion, to inaugurate this high-tech laboratory of Neuberg Diagnostics in the town where I belong. This will help this region get the best diagnostic services for better medical care,” Mr. Thiru. T Mano Thangaraj said during the lab launch.
In his remarks, Dr. GSK Velu said, “Being my birthplace, starting this advanced Neuberg Diagnostics Center which will cater to 6000 plus blood & body fluid investigations for the entire Kanyakumari district is really a proud moment for me. Neuberg is starting with three facilities in Nagercoil, Thakkalai and Marthandam and has plans to be present in every town of Kanyakumari district.”