TrueMedix Starts National Reference Lab in B’luru

The opening: Darshan DB & Minister Dr K Sudhakar

TrueMedix Starts National Reference Lab in B’luru

Offers A Bouquet Of Services With At Discounts

TrueMedix says it will provide patients with a comprehensive list of cost-efficient services that are always consistent and up to global standards

BENGALURU, Dec 16 (The CONNECT) - New-age medical diagnostics chain TrueMedix launched its operations with the inauguration of the company’s main branch office in Kodigehalli, Bengaluru, in the presence of the Karnataka Minister of Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education, Government of Karnataka, Dr K. Sudhakar yesterday.

The inauguration officially signals TrueMedix’s beginning as a National Reference Laboratory and drives the company into the spotlight amidst the medical diagnostics sector’s shift toward quicker testing and reporting methods driven by next-generation technology. TrueMedix aims to spearhead this trend as it works with various partners in the ecosystem, including clinics, micro labs, nursing homes, hospitals, medical colleges, research organizations, corporates, and NGOs. TrueMedix will provide patients with a comprehensive list of cost-efficient services that are always consistent and up to global standards.

TrueMedix offers  All Health packages with a 70% discount, Senior citizens service at a 20% discount on every order and 20% discount on every order to healthcare professionals, army and ex-army personnel, and auto, cab, truck, and bus drivers. To avail of these discounts, contact TrueMedix customer care at 080-55554468.

Founder and Managing Director of TrueMedix, Darshan D B, said, the launch marks a momentous day in the Lab’s long and remarkable journey to revolutionize the Indian diagnostics sector

TrueMedix has 1 processing centre in Shimoga, and 40 collection centres in all 36 districts of Karnataka, and in other neighbouring districts of states like Kasaragod, Hosur, Hindupur, Anantapur, Solapur, and Kolhapur. The company already has plans to increase this number and envisions processing over 10 million annual tests and serving in excess of 10,000 laboratories and hospitals.

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