Neuberg Diagnostics on Saturday launched its first global pathology laboratory consortium here, bringing together five leading laboratories from Sri Lanka, South Africa and the UAE, under one roof.

The new generation consortium will combine the expertise of top laboratories like Anand Diagnostic Laboratory, Supratech Micropath, Ehrlich lab, Global labs and Minerva Labs to actively perform 5,000 plus variety of pathological tests, promoting prevention and early diagnosis, thereby empowering the Indian healthcare consumer.

“The aim of the partnership is to develop a new shared services model for the provision of pathology services in the Middle East, Africa including West and South. 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,” G.S.K. Velu, Chairman of Neuberg Diagnostics, said in a statement on Saturday.

With three world class global reference laboratories located in Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Durban (South Africa), Neuberg laboratories will collect an annual revenue of Rs 400 crores with the formation of the new entity, the statement said.

“Indian healthcare delivery is growing by leaps and bounds. A global consortium is therefore 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,” said Anupriya Patel, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare.

Neuberg Diagnostics launches India’s first global pathology consortium