Our story started back in 1981, in Mumbai, the bustling business capital of India. Laboratory medicine was in its infancy in the country of one billion but one laboratory was already making the news with its penchant for technology and quality.
One laboratory was constantly re-setting the bar for innovation: Metropolis!
One of the first to offer a comprehensive range of immunoassays by RIA.
The first to introduce HIV testing.
Introducing automation in immunoassays and microbiology.
The first private laboratory to introduce Flow Cytometry in the country.
Pioneering Branch DNA technology... the list kept rolling on...
Since then we have continued to progress, grow and acquire bigger dimensions as we aim to become a global network of highly automated & sophisticated diagnostic laboratories synonymous with cutting-edge technology, accuracy, efficiency, unparalleled customer service and above all a stringent ethical code.
Our laboratories can be found in India, Middle East, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Mauritius & Ghana.
The liver is the 2nd largest organ in your body and it helps you maintain your inner health in many ways. It helps in the metabolism of food and medicines and in the detoxification from chemicals. It also produces bile that helps in digestion and plays other vital roles as well. This #WorldLiverDay let’s pledge to follow these 8 simple steps to keep your liver healthy and happy. #MetropolisLabs
Metropolis conducted an interesting health awareness activity to spread the message of ‘Be Healthy, Be Happy’ at Big Bazaar, Kandivali (Growel's 101 Mall) from 12th to 14th April. We received a great response from over 2000 individuals who pledged to be healthy and be happy. Here’s a quick glance of the happenings of the event. We wish you to 'Be Healthy, Be Happy' #MetropolisLabs#BeHealthyBeHappy#HealthAwareness
Our security guards don't let anything suspicious come in close proximity of our loved ones. But how much do they know about the risks of bad inner health? It’s time we lend our hand to our extended family. Together, let’s make the dream of World Health Organization (WHO) of providing #HealthForAll come true. Visit http://bit.ly/2IdJfjx to know how you can do your bit.