This lab is awarded with “Best Pathology Services in Rural Haryana” at International Healthcare Summit and Awards 2017. This lab is situated in Palwal, Haryana and we are continuously striving for quality in the field of laboratory medicine in this region We are the first lab in Faridabad, Palwal and Mewat district to get affiliated to ISO 9001: 2015.
We run different quality control programmes both internal and external quality controls. We are affiliated to VILAC, New Delhi and CMC, Vellore for External Quality Assurance Programmes.
We are the only Barcoded and fully online laboratory with facility of providing reports on SMS, Email and our website. We do all types of Hematology, Serology and Biochemistry tests. We are also only one in this region who are doing all cytological stains, biopsy section cutting and histopathology reporting.
We are reporting around 45,000 biochemistry samples per year and around 2000 cytology and histopathology biopsies per year. Our lab was founded by Dr. Prashant Gupta on 1st june, 2005 who is a very dynamic person. He has done his MBBS through All India Entrance Examination and has worked in premier institutes of india like Christian Medical College, Vellore under the supervision of Dr. Susy Kurian.
He has worked as Assistant Professor and Associate professor in many medical colleges in india. He is the first person to introduce quality control and quality symbols in this region. Dr. Prashant Gupta is author of two Indian books and he is coauthor of many journals and newsletters at Haryana state level.
Our society is conducting blood donation camps and providing free blood to thalasemic patients. Recently society has opened up “APNA BLOOD BANK” in this region which has facility of all 8 types of components of blood and is serving the community. Our society has already organized many blood donation camps in this region. Recently Dr. Prashant Gupta has been honoured by District Commissioner for his exemplary work in the field of blood donation and service to humanity be providing free blood to thalassemic patients of this region.