Al Borg Medical Laboratories Celebrates 15 Years of Business in the UAE
Al Borg Laboratories, the largest chain of laboratories in MENA celebrated their 15th anniversary for serving the UAE market. The celebration took place in the presence of esteemed health care providers from government and private sector.
With an impeccable track record of 17 years in the laboratory business, Al Borg is present in KSA, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Ethiopia. It is the largest chain of private standalone medical laboratories in MENA region with over 47 Laboratories conducting over 6 Million tests a year. Over the years the company has developed strong clientele across the GCC market supported by strong logistic network and a combine professional manpower of over 1100 employee.
In 2013, The company entered into a strategic partnership with Quest Diagnostics (USA) to market all the diagnostic information services and products from Quest Diagnostics in the KSA.
The partnership between Al Borg and Quest Diagnostics combines the largest group of private medical laboratories in the Gulf Region, and the world leader in innovative diagnostic tests and advanced healthcare information technology solutions.
Under the agreement the clients have access to high quality testing and lab services to reduce healthcare spending while enabling patients to embrace prevention and take charge of their health.
Adding further on Al Borg’s collaboration with Quest Diagnostics, Dr. Sameh Al Sheikh the CEO, said, “This collaboration ensures access to quality diagnostic insights for all our customers, and is a perfect opportunity to strengthen our presence in the MENA region helping us transform the local healthcare infrastructure.”
Dr. Sameh Al Sheikh the CEO, of Al Borg Laboratories highlighted the vision of the company towards 2020. The leading laboratories and diagnostics center is targeting to increase the number of laboratories from 47 to 200 across the MENA region, along with launching the First Health & Bio Informatics Company in MENA.
Commenting on the group’s growth Dr. Sameh Al Sheikh, said “We are extremely happy to complete 15 successful years in the UAE. We pride ourselves on providing attention to the menu test details and adhere to high international standards in record time, which exceeds our clients’ expectations. Our services and solutions include offering customer's quality diagnostic insights, and providing them with integrated solutions that enhance our ability to serve patients better."
Mr. Hosam Fouad, Country Manager of Al Borg Laboratories in UAE, added, “What began as a small firm with just one lab in UAE, has risen up to stand tall amongst the business leads of the time with 6 owned labs and other 9 outsourced laboratories inside health care facilities which is totally managed by Al Borg laboratories across UAE. According to our company 2020 vision our target is to increase the number of laboratories in UAE to 22 laboratories as well as expanding our laboratory management projects with the health care providers looking to improve the quality and operation standards at their laboratory departments.
Without the support of our customers, it would never have been this big. Their demands, challenges and feedbacks have pushed us to improve and grow in the UAE.”
About Al Borg Laboratories
Al Borg laboratories, the largest network of establishments across KSA , UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Ethiopia, the group has entered into an alliance with Quest Diagnostics.
Al Borg laboratories founded its first single lab in the heart of the Western Province of Saudi Arabia; Jeddah. Currently, Al Borg medical laboratories has become the largest chain of private laboratories in the MENA .Al Borg Laboratories is not limited to serving walk-in clients but also has a large network of commercial and medical governmental hospitals, clinics, insurance, banks, airlines, dialysis centers and pharmaceutical companies.
With 17 years of experience serving the needs of citizens and residents of Gulf countries, Al Borg Laboratories offer a broad range of routine, specialized and sup-specialized laboratory tests.
Source: McCollins Media