J. Singh medical laboratory, specialized in medical diagnostic as well as dealer of laboratory equipment and reagents owned and operated by a trained Liberian, Mr. Jackie Singh is making strides in the health sector of Liberia.
The medical lab which was established three years ago is providing medical laboratory support to healthcare for specialized doctors in Liberia, and its accuracy has attracted foreign doctors and medical institutions for partnership.
The lab does diagnosis for patients and provides medical reports that are used by specialized doctors to administer medications. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jackie Singh, speaking at his third anniversary boasted of new developments such as therapeutic massage with the latest equipment to improve the human body as well as restores healthiness and long life.
“We have medical equipment that can massage the five zones in the body and re-run your blood cell, cut-down fats. We also have massaging machine that can reduce big stomach,” Mr. Singh said.
He Singh said as a result of J. Singh’s contributions to the healthcare sector, delegates from the United States of America paid him a stunning visit recently to discuss progress at his institution and Liberia at large.
He expressed appreciation that his laboratory reports will attract dignitaries, disclosing that the delegates organized a ‘Conference Call’ which enabled him to have communicated with scientists who have followed his works over the years.
He said following the conversations which lasted for roughly three hours, the delegates selected J. Singh Medical Laboratory team to partner with their scientists to be part of the impending Ebola Disease Virus (EDV) research in Africa.
CEO Singh disclosed the partnership is with Global Communication Center (GCC) a group that does diagnosis through social technologies.As part GCC partnership, J. Singh Medical Laboratory sealed an agreement with high profile doctors from Bangladesh to embark on what he called ‘Telemedicine’ or E-medicine system’ for preventive healthcare service for unreached population which is expected to be launched in Liberia shortly.
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