University pathology centre opens


Gweru (New Ziana) – Midlands State University has opened its newly established pathology and diagnostic research centre to the public as the country strives to become a regional medical tourism hub.

The centre offers various pathological and diagnostic research services and is one of the country’s most modern and largest such facilities.

“We are thrilled to inform you that the Midlands State University National Pathology Research and Diagnostic Centre has opened to the public for business. We provide quality service, quality results and quick turnaround times,” university communications director, Mirirai Mawere, said.

The centre was certified by the Health Professions Authority at the end of last year.

Apart from conducting research into pathological and related diagnostic issues, the centre will also engage in vaccine manufacturing in collaboration with the National Biotechnology Authority.

The centre was built recently with funding from government.

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