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About kathmandu Pathlab & Diagonostic Center

Kathmandu Pathlab and Diagnostic Centre Pvt. Limited (KPL) is established by a team of dedicated and enthusiastic Pathologists and Clinicians with an aim to cater for quality results in the field of Diagnostic Laboratory. It aims to provide complete laboratory solutions to its clients with uncompromised quality and satisfaction. With our dedicated team of pathologists and technical manpower we are already making an impact in the field of Laboratory medicine in Nepal. With positive support and motivation from our valuable clients and clinicians, we are committed towards being the leader in the field of diagnostic laboratory services in the country.

Our Recognitions

Vision

Provide accurate and traceable laboratory results to our valuable clients with minimal turnaround time by using cutting edge technology for ultimate benefit of patient’s health.

Mission

With our fleet of latest machines and dedicated technical staffs we are on a mission to provide the best laboratory solution to our clients. We take pride in introducing latest technologies like FTIR spectrophotometry for renal stone analysis, HPLC for HbA1c etc in the Nepalese market. We strictly adhere to the guidelines and norms of ISO 15189:2012 for medical laboratories in order to ensure accurate and precise results for patient benefit. We aim to commence newer technologies in the near future as deemed necessary.

Message from Director

Dr. Shiva Raj KC

Dr. Shiva is the Managing Director of Kathmandu Path lab and Diagnostic center Pvt. Ltd, Nepal. He is also an auditor and Lead Assessor for ISO 15189:2012. Dr. KC is Head of department and Associate Professor at Patan academy of Health Science, Teaching Hospital, Nepal and Chief Editor of Journal of Pathology of Nepal. He was an Executive member of Association of Clinical Pathologists of Nepal. He has more than 20 scientific publications in medical journals. He has more than 10 years of teaching experience in teaching medical undergraduates and has also guided graduate research students.