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About Us

Welcome to Advance Pathology Lab
Your Trusted Partner in Healthcare

 Advance Pathology Lab,  a state-of-the-art pathology laboratory  is dedicated to providing you and your healthcare providers with the highest-quality diagnostic testing and results since 2067.

At Advance Pathology Lab, we understand that accurate and timely diagnostics are the cornerstone of effective healthcare. Our team of experienced pathologists, skilled technicians, and dedicated support staff work tirelessly to ensure that every test is performed with the utmost precision and care.

The Lab offers a wide range of tests, from routine diagnostics to advanced cancer screening, all in one convenient location. 

Your health is our primary concern. Whether you're a patient seeking answers or a healthcare provider looking for dependable diagnostic services, Advance Pathology Lab is here to support you in every step of the way. We are committed to improving the quality of healthcare.

Visit us today to schedule your diagnostic tests or to learn more about our services. We are dedicated to providing you with the accurate information you need to make informed healthcare decisions.

Our Motto

"Committed to Quality"

Our motto "Committed to Quality" is an oath we take to prioritize and uphold the highest standards of excellence, reliability, and consistency in our clinical practice.

Dedication to Excellence: "Committed to Quality" means an unwavering dedication to achieving the highest level of quality in products, services or processes.

Consistency: It implies a commitment to delivering the highest quality consistently

Customer-Centric Approach: Our clients and patients are of topmost priority, their feedback and suggestion help us in improving our services.

Continuous Improvement: Achieving and maintaining quality is an ongoing process and we continually seek ways to improve our services and processes to adapt to changing client demands and technological advancements.

Accountability: We take responsibility for the quality and reliability of our services. In case of  issues or errors , we are  committed to addressing them promptly, learning from them, and implementing corrective measures to prevent such future occurrences.

Building Trust: We emphasize the importance of building trust with our clients, patients  and clinicians.  

Ethical Responsibility:  We value honesty and ethical conduct in all aspects of our operations.





Program 1: NPHL (NEQUAS) since- 

Program 2: CMC Vellore (INDIA) since 2018

Program 3:  BIO-RAD   since 2022


Some Common Questions

What should my blood sugar be?

A: For Normal Patient Fasting should be less than 100 and 140 about two hours after meal.

A: For Diabetic Patient- The American Diabetes Association recommends a blood glucose range of 80-
130 before meals and less than 180 about 2 hours after a meal. This range should place your A1c under 7.

What is an A1c?

A Hemoglobin A1c is a 2-3 month average of your blood sugars. This result gives you a good idea of
how well your diabetes is being managed/controlled. The American Diabetes Association recommends an
A1c of less than 7 to keep the risk of complications low.

Why does it matter if my blood sugar is 120 or 200?

A: It is very important to keep your blood sugar level under control. When your blood sugar level is high,
it can cause damage in your veins and arteries. This damage could lead to complications later such as
heart attacks, strokes, kidney disease, neuropathies, vision problems, etc.

What foods have carbohydrates?

Fruits, starchy vegetables, milk, yogurt, rice, cereals, bread and other grains all have carbs and give
you important nutrients. Many snack foods, such as chips and popcorn, have carbs. Sweets, including
regular soda, cakes, candy and cookies, also contain carbohydrates. Be sure to check the nutrition label on
each food item to determine carbohyrdate content.

If it is sugar free, I can eat as much as I want, right?

Sugar free foods can be part of a healthy meal plan in small amounts. Keep in mind though that some
of these foods still have carbs (in the form of other sweeteners such as sorbitol, isomalt, and mannitol)
and may affect your blood glucose levels. Many sugar free foods have calories and carbohydrates and lots
of fat. Mak e sure you read the nutrition labels.