G2 Medical Laboratory Services, a leading reference laboratory, has opened a new mini-laboratory branch in Okponglo, Accra to provide people in the region with efficient and reliable services.
The facility is designed to serve clinicians as well as to provide services such as medical laboratory analysis, ultrasound, electrocardiogram (ECG), digital dental radiography (OPG, among others).
Speaking at the launch, Dr Gershwin Sena Sekley, CEO of G2 Medical Laboratory, said the facility will provide accessibility and convenience to customers in the region and surrounding areas.
He said, “Time is of the essence in the realm of medical practice and as such the facility would serve to limit the amount of time it takes clients to access efficient laboratory services,” adding that it would greatly assist patients. clinicians to be diagnosed without delay. .
Dr Sekley noted that many people were dying of heart disease, which could have been prevented if they had received timely medical decisions and procedures.
He mentioned some of the medical equipment available to the facility as effective biomarkers, which would detect heart disease in advance and prompt doctors to make early decisions and treatment.
He said the location of the mini-lab would help doctors, hospitals and clinics detect inflammation, bacteria and viral infections in advance through more sensitive tests to save lives.
Dr. David Owusu Sekyere of Legon Hospital and the President for the occasion commended G2 Medical Laboratory Services for their professionalism and reliable customer service over the years.
He said G2 laboratory services have demonstrated their success and achievement through the core values of punctuality, accuracy, reliability and efficiency in the past.
Dr Sekyere urged G2 medical services to maintain their core values, which have propelled them to the present height, adding that their appearance in the region would bridge the gap for the public good.
He reminded the audience of the raging effects of the new Delta variant and called for conscious efforts to adhere to the protocols.
There are a number of goodwill messages from medical facilities in the region and beyond.