They offer more than 3500 tests, using the most advanced state-of-the-art technology supported by our highly skilled personnel. Today, SRL is conducting more than 107,000 tests in a day, ranging from simple to high-end tests.
Through its network of laboratories, SRL offers an all-inclusive collection of diagnostic facilities including an extensive range of specialties in Pathology services. In addition, SRL also offers a host of other services like Radiology modalities including Computed Tomography (CT), Diagnostic Radiology (X- Ray), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound and Positron Emission Tomography (“PET”).
SRL is known to be one of the most renowned Pathology Lab centres that has a dedicated R&D division, which is ISO certified and also recognized by the Government of India’s Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. SRL is a trusted name in the field of Pathology services providing quality diagnostic, prognostic and monitoring services to other path labs, hospitals and patients. It also provides Clinical Research services by conducting Phase I-IV clinical trials for Multinational and Indian pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies, thereby supporting their international regulatory submissions.
Wellness, for an individual was a term selected as a step forward from health, and was defined first as, “A multidimensional state of being describing the existence of positive health in an individual as exemplified by QUALITY OF LIFE and a SENSE OF WELL - BEING.”
SRL Diagnostics promotes Wellness as an essential choice of an individual to lead a healthy life. A lifestyle of healthy and happy choices is the surest path towards Wellness. SRL, with its diagnostic excellence and exponentially expanding non path diagnostics, plans to become a one stop solution for the Wellness needs of every customer.
They recognize that health and wellbeing is threatened not only by illness but also by workplace stress, insecurities, and general dissatisfaction with self or others.
A 2005 study in the USA indicates that companies lost USD 9 Billion (Rs. 40,317 Crore) in 2005, to unwell employees. They also lost 14% of their annual working days i.e., more than 51 working days in a year due to illness in their work force. ( WHO Estimates, Times of India, September 13, 2007).
Significantly, a report reveals that 2% of a corporation’s capital spent on the workforce is lost due to disability, absenteeism and under par performance. (Working Towards Wellness - an Indian perspective, PricewaterhouseCoopers).
Corporate leaders need to be made to recognize that wellness programs are investments in the company. And made to realize the importance of investing in a healthy workforce.
According to WHO Out of 11 million cases of occupational diseases in the world 1.9 million cases (17%) are contributed by India and out of 0.7 million deaths in the world 0.12 (17%) is contributed by India. National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) states that a few of the leading work-related illnesses and injuries include, Occupational lung disease ,Occupational cancer , cardiovascular diseases, occupational asthma , disorder of reproduction, neurotoxicity, noise induced hearing loss, dermatological conditions, and psychological disorders.