The company is in the process of opening new centres across Kolkata including Kankurgachi, Kasba and Ranikuthi. The first centre in Kolkata will come up on Maniktala main road.
With the launch of these flagship centres, SRL Diagnostics would have eight company-owned pathology centres in the city.
The expansion in Kolkata is part of the company’s plans to improve its focus on patient care and will also involve new centres opening up across the country in the near future, the company release stated.
The newly launched spacious pathology centres serve a comprehensive menu of more than 3500 tests, performed under the supervision of highly experienced pathologists, the release added.
Presently, SRL carries out around 1.25 lakh tests a day across a network of 376 laboratories and a footprint spanning more than 6300 collection points. The company also has large labs in the UAE, Sri Lanka and Nepal, and about 70 collection points in various countries outside India.
Elaborating on the company’s decision to open additional centres in Kolkata, SRL Diagnostics SBU head – north and east Anindya Chowdhury said: “Kolkata’s recent economic progress, along with being the financial and commercial hub of the eastern and north-eastern part of the country, is enabling a growing number of people to increase their focus on the importance of wellness, fitness and nutrition. This makes it one of the prime markets for SRL’s expansion and to launch these preventive packages,”
Based on the initial assessment and SRL Diagnostics’ in-house intelligence, the staff at any of the pathology centre will recommend a set of preventive health packages, researched and specifically designed to suit the specific needs of the individual customer.
Through specially designed packages at our highly innovative and advanced pathology centres, the company hopes to provide customised healthcare options to the residents of Kolkata.
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