Asiri Laboratories outshines rest with top accreditation

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Asiri Laboratory, market leader in diagnostics, recently received the highly esteemed 15189-2012 international accreditation, confirming its recognition of competence and effectiveness in modernization and development of pathology and laboratory services among lab customers and the medical profession. Asiri Laboratory is the first in Sri Lanka to obtain this new version.
The globally recognized standard evolved from its predecessor, 15189-2007, evaluated excellence at every touch point of medical lab services, starting with advice to clinicians, collection, transport and reception, examination of finished samples plus reporting and interpretation. The tough audit and stringent accreditation assures performance, encompassing products, people, facilities and supply chains through verification, assessment, training and services to create superior stakeholder and customer trust.
“I wish to extend my personal thanks and congratulations to the staff of Asiri Laboratory” said Director of Asiri Laboratories, Neil Priyath John. “In all ways, this accreditation endorses the fact  that our lab and facilities are making tremendous strides in providing the highest quality of care to our customers”.
“The affirmation by an independent reviewer strengthens our determination to excel at all levels of delivery,” he went on to note, while adding that it is important to choose the right clinical lab to get accurate results since treatment is based on the results.
Medical experts confirm that accuracy of results is paramount to treatment; hence accreditation becomes a vital compliance. Asiri Laboratory will benefit from this industry-wide recognition in that the latest best practice modules are in place, which underscores performance and enters them into a highly respected network of similar labs across the world for cross border treatments.  
The 30-year old industry leader recently added a host of new pathology tests to its already large portfolio, some of which are Immature Platelet Fraction (IPF) to predict platelet recovery in dengue patients, H-Pylori diagnosis through urea breath test and  Vitamin D serum tests.

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