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Nawaloka Green Cross Laboratories enters Matara district

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Responding to a timely requirement in the area, Nawaloka Green Cross Laboratories, a subsidiary of Nawaloka Hospitals PLC entered Matara district with the establishment of a state-of-the-art laboratory. Designed, built and equipped to the highest global standards, the laboratory employs the services of highly skilled pathologists and support staff to cater to over 150 routine and specialised medical tests. 

Open from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, Nawaloka Green Cross Laboratories facilitates medical test services to various government hospitals, medium scale private hospitals, nursing homes and over 100 sample collecting centres spread across the district. 

Nawaloka Hospitals Director/General Manager Prof. Lal Chandrasena and Nawaloka Hospitals Executive Director Harshith Dharmadasa unveiled the Nawaloka Green Cross laboratory facility in Matara at an official ceremony. Director Laboratories Dr. Lee and General Manager Park of Green Cross Laboratory Korea graced the occasion. 

“We are confident that our innovative equipment and competent personnel will allow Nawaloka Green Cross Laboratories to provide comprehensive, appropriate, and timely investigations to residents of Matara. Moreover, our technical collaboration with Green Cross Laboratory Korea consistently optimises our turnaround time and enriches our capabilities and expertise,” commented Nawaloka Hospitals Chairman Dr. Jayanatha Dharmadasa.

Nawaloka Green Cross Laboratories operates in partnership with Green Cross Laboratory Korea which is a leading clinical laboratory service provider in Korea with over 30 years of experience. Green Cross Laboratory Korea facilitates over 4000 tests and test combinations including highly intense molecular and genetic testing and is going on involved in the external quality management program of CAP (Collage of American Pathologist) to apply the world class laboratory system. In addition, it is a specialised diagnostic and research organisation that grows globally by establishing various MOUs with UAE and Saudi Arabia.


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