Aggregating the fragmented diagnostic sector of the country, four nations joined forces to launch India’s first global Pathology Laboratory Consortium – Neuberg Diagnostics – today in Bangalore. Founded by the renowned healthcare entrepreneur, Dr. G.S.K.Velu, the international alliance brings together leading laboratories from India, Sri Lanka, South Africa and UAE under one umbrella, making it one among the top laboratory chains of the country from day one of its inception, both in footprints and revenue.
Neuberg Diagnostics was conceived with the goal to erase geographical borders and make the world of healthcare one, bringing advanced diagnostics affordable to people across the globe. The conglomerate is an alliance of top laboratories like Anand Diagnostic Laboratory, Supratech Micropath, Ehrlich lab, Global labs and Minerva Labs from Karnataka, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, South Africa & UAE respectively.
The new generation consortium will pool in cutting-edge advanced diagnostics technology and actively perform 5000 plus variety of pathological tests, promoting prevention and early diagnosis. The Neuberg International Diagnostics Alliance already employs over 2000 professionals, conducts testing of over 4 million patient samples & 16 million tests annually.
Neuberg Diagnostics will have collective annual revenue of INR 400 crs, which will be operated under one corporate team headed by Dr. G.S.K.Velu as the Chairman, Mr. Anand. K will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer, while Dr. Sujay Prasad will be the Medical Director and Dr. Sandip Shah will be the Executive Director.
The global brand was launched in the presence of the esteemed guests, Ms. Anupriya Patel, Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, Dr. Rajitha Senaratne, Minister of Health, Nutrition & indigenous Medicine, Sri Lanka among others.
Dr. G.S.K.Velu, Chairman of Neuberg Diagnostics said, “Neuberg Diagnostics is built on the vision to provide modern, innovative and sustainable services that deliver world-class lab facilities with the focus on high-end technology and services like Genomics and Proteomics to doctors and patients alike.”
Anand. K, CEO of Neuberg Diagnostics added, “An association with the pathology experts will lead to the implementation of best practices, adoption of new technology and convert research into innovation, benefiting the medical community and ultimately improving patient care.”
Speaking about the new venture, Ms. Anupriya Patel, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, India said, “A global consortium is set to be a major platform to introduce new generation pathology services to the sector, thereby increasing the quality and affordability of the country’s healthcare services.”
For more information: www.neubergdiagnostics.com