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Dr Lal PathLabs contributes Rs. 1 crore to PM CARES FUND Aims to aid the nation’s fight against the COVID19 pandemic

By Dr Lal PathLabs On 08 April 2020
 
Dr Lal PathLabs contributes Rs. 1 crore to PM CARES FUND Aims to aid the nation’s fight against the COVID19 pandemic
 

Dr. Lal PathLabs Limited (referred to as the “Company”; NSE: LALPATHLAB, BSE: 539524), a leading diagnostic and related healthcare service provider announced a donation of Rs. 1 crore to PM's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situation (PM CARES) to help the government in its fight against coronavirus. 

Determined to fight this deadly virus attacking Indian residents, (Hony) Brig. Dr. Arvind Lal, Executive Chairman said, “The entire Dr. Lal PathLabs team is with the country in this critical hour. We wholeheartedly support the Prime Minister’s efforts to make India a Covid-19 free nation. This donation of Rs. 1 crore is a step towards strengthening the nation’s fight against this pandemic.” 


Dr. Lal Path Labs is one of the diagnostic chain which has been approved by the Indian Government to perform Covid-19 testing at one of their facility in Delhi. Given their infrastructure of more than 200 satellite labs, more than 2500 collection centres and over 6400 direct pickup points, Dr Lal PathLabs has the capability of collecting samples from any part of the country and transporting it to Delhi for testing. 


About Dr. Lal PathLabs 

Dr. Lal PathLabs is a provider of diagnostic and related healthcare tests and services in India. Through its integrated, nationwide network, the company offer patients and healthcare providers a broad range of diagnostic and related healthcare tests and services for use in core testing, patient diagnosis and the prevention, monitoring and treatment of disease and other health conditions. As on March 31, 2019 the company has 200 clinical laboratories (including National Reference Lab at Delhi & Regional Reference Lab at Kolkata), 2,569 Patient Service Centers (PSCs) and 6,426 Pickup Points (PUPs).It’s customers  include individual patients, hospitals and other healthcare providers and corporate customers.

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