Reliable and accurate diagnostic and pathology services form an integral part in providing high quality healthcare. However, limited availability and access to these high-end services are among the major challenges that most people living in major Indian cities face. Due to this, a gap in providing quality care has emerged.
Understanding the need of the hour in bringing high-end diagnostics and pathology services to every Indian citizen, House of Diagnostics (HOD), has opened its new Integrated Diagnostic Centre in Ghaziabad. HOD’s new Ghaziabad facility at Hapur Road, is equipped with modalities like state-of-the-art MRI Scan, Low Dose CT Scan, 3D/4D Ultrasound, Digital X Ray and Mammography and a wide range of pathology tests and health packages which are available under one roof.
The opening of this centre will benefit the people of Ghaziabad as well as the residents of Delhi NCR, as the centre is conveniently located providing easy access to patients. The centre is staffed with highly skilled and qualified pathologists, technicians and doctors who value timely and accurate reporting. A well trained front office staff ensures that every patient has a pleasant experience while availing the services.
The high-end MRI Scanner provides excellent image quality along with a Quite Suite feature that provides more than 70% sound reduction for enhanced patient comfort. In addition, short breath-hold time allows patients with shortness of breath to get their scans done easily. The centre also houses a low dose CT scanner from Siemens that generates best-in-class images with a higher spatial resolution and accuracy.
In Uttar Pradesh, HOD operates more than 20 Sample Collection Centres and the opening of this new diagnostic centre in Ghaziabad establishes its wide-scale presence in the state. The Ghaziabad centre will be a connecting hub for all the existing blood collection centres in the vicinity.
To ensure consistently high-quality operations, strict processes are in place to ensure that industry standards and customer requirements are met. Safe diagnostic and collection practices are maintained for quick, reliable, accurate and consistent results for all patients.
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