Job Opening for Consultant Pathologist with 3 Years Experience @ Dr Lal PathLabs (LPL), Delhi / NCR

Posted on December 22, 2008. Filed under: Pharmaceutical | Tags: , , , , , |

Dr Lal PathLabs (LPL), a centre of innovation and a premier clinical pathology laboratory was established in 1949 by the late Dr (Major) S K Lal, a pioneer in the field of pathology who had been trained in the Army and later at the Cook County Hospital, Chicago, USA . He used his expertise and knowledge to establish an organisation that was destined to become the first Pathology Laboratory of repute in Delhi and Northern India.

Dr Arvind Lal, the present Chairman and Managing Director took over the reins of LPL In 1977. His mission is to provide the best laboratory services to patients in India at the most economical costs. He embarked upon a modernisation programme keeping in view the rapid global advancements in the field of laboratory medicine. Constant upgradation of equipment, introduction of newer diagnostic parameters, automation and strict quality assurance were the hallmarks of his able guidance. These practices enabled LPL to emerge as the Number One Pathology laboratory in India providing diagnostic services to patients, doctors, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and government agencies.

This Job is posted in http://www.lalpathlabs.com for more details visit  http://www.lalpathlabs.com/NewlplSite/career_currentopenings.aspx?PGID=2

Job Description:

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Designation Consultant Pathologist
 Location

Delhi / NCR

 Qualifications
 Experience

MBBS, MD with min three yrs of exp of handling fully automated pathology laboratory

 Job Posted Date
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