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The requirement of state-of-art reliable diagnostic laboratories and radiology centers – CT Scan & MRI – can be seen in uniformity across Middle East and Africa, baring a few countries. With an increasing awareness of preventive care and fluid income to spend for lifestyle requirements and necessities, a larger segment of population in this region is keen to access diagnostic services. As a result of this increased demand, there exists a large supply-demand gap. Furthermore, the lack of technical prowess to ensure upkeep, maintenance and operational efficacy of the equipment and reliability of reporting on the scan images provided an opportunity for investment in these arenas of healthcare delivery.

'Surgicure Internation Medical Centers' will be equipped with state-of-art, technologically advanced laboratory and radiology diagnostic equipment to ensure provision of world-class healthcare services. The Centers will also have consultation facilities, tele-medicine services and a dialysis unit. Some key services provided by the Centers include:

  • Hematology & Biochemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Histopathology
  • Radiology (CT Scan, MRI, Mammography, Bone Densitometry)
  • Specialist Consultations
  • Tele-Medicine
  • Dialysis
  • Ophthalmology
  • Dental Services
  • Procedure Room & Intensive Care

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