Our COVID testing facility provides clarity and results in the face of uncertainty. We take that commitment to heart and are working tirelessly to deliver the answers that will help us overcome this challenge together. COVID-19 tests can detect either SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, or antibodies that your body makes after getting COVID-19 or after getting vaccinated. Tests for SARS-CoV-2 tell you if you have an infection at the time of the test. This type of test is called a “viral” test because it looks for viral infection. Antigen or Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) are viral tests.Tests for antibodies may tell you if you have had a past infection with the virus that causes COVID-19. Your body creates antibodies after getting infected with SARS-CoV-2 or after getting vaccinated against COVID-19. These tests are called “antibody” or “serology” tests.

Testing is very important to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. You should always discuss your test results with your healthcare provider.



Haematology is the study of blood formation and the diseases that can occur when this process goes wrong. The delivery of haematology services includes the enumeration and examination of blood cells, the determination of blood groups, compatibility testing of blood for transfusion and genetic and molecular studies.



Our radiology services offer innovation and advancement, providing premium quality imaging services to patients. It is a highly advanced, full service department which strives to meet all patients’ and clinicians’ needs in diagnostic imaging and Image-guided therapies.



Our biochemical laboratory is multidisciplinary and performs a wide variety of different biochemical tests in whole blood, serum/ plasma and other bio fluids by the use of a wide range of equipment, from most basic to automated, modern and sophisticated systems. Lab results are controlled by internal and external quality control programs.