Lupin launches satellite laboratory in Vijayawada to expand diagnostics network
Indian healthcare company Lupin has announced the establishment of a satellite laboratory in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, as part of its ongoing expansion in the diagnostics sector.
The move aims to improve access to high-quality testing services and extend the reach of Lupin Diagnostics’ network across the country. This addition complements Lupin Diagnostics’ existing 27 laboratories and over 410 collection centers nationwide, reinforcing the company’s commitment to providing comprehensive diagnostic solutions.
The newly launched satellite laboratory in Vijayawada is equipped with advanced diagnostic technology and staffed by a team of highly qualified clinical experts. This state-of-the-art infrastructure enables Lupin Diagnostics to deliver reliable and high-quality diagnostic services to the local community.
By integrating cutting-edge technology and expertise, the laboratory ensures accurate and efficient testing, facilitating timely diagnosis and enhanced patient care.
Apart from routine and specialized tests, the satellite laboratory in Vijayawada offers a wide range of diagnostics services, including clinical pathology, microbiology, hematology, biochemistry, serology, and immunology. With this expansion, Lupin aims to strengthen its presence in the diagnostics industry and address the growing demand for comprehensive testing solutions.
The launch of the satellite laboratory in Vijayawada marks a significant milestone in Lupin’s efforts to enhance its diagnostics network, providing access to high-quality testing services to a larger population.
Ravindra Kumar — Lupin Diagnostics CEO said: “Accurate diagnosis is the first step towards managing diseases and identifying suitable treatment.
“With our cutting-edge technology and personalized smart reports, patients and doctors gain valuable insights into health trends, enabling informed decisions. Our mission is to make quality diagnostics affordable and accessible to everyone in India.”