IDC provides quality healthcare services to masses


Islamabad Diagnostic Centre Pvt. Ltd. (IDC) is an ISO:15189 accredited institution delivering quality healthcare services to millions of Pakistanis for the last twenty years.

Our services are considered the benchmark for quality within the country, and Internationally.

IDC has been at the forefront of the fight against the Corona Virus pandemic since it reached Pakistan.

We have not only added significantly to the national testing capacity by conducting thousands of Covid-19 tests a day but also aided the government’s smart lockdown strategy through prompt provision of reliable and secure data to the National Command Operation Centre (NCOC).

IDC has now set up purpose-built adult vaccination centres (AVC) for Covid-19 inoculation across the country in line with the best International standards.

These centers are fully approved by, and compliant with the standards set by the respective government regulatory bodies such as IHRA, PHC, DRAP and DHO etc.

The Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) teams visited our AVC and reviewed all procedures and protocols.

We are humbled and pleased to state that IDC AVCs were found to be operating at the highest of standards.

In order to validate the maintenance of cold chain from manufacturer, through distributor to the IDC AVCs, the inoculation process was put on hold for less than a day.

After complete satisfaction pertaining to maintenance of the end-to-end cold chain, DRAP allowed the vaccination services to resume on April 8, 2021.

We have observed that some elements are misrepresenting the above facts in a defamatory manner to tarnish IDC’s brand name.

We want to assure our valued patients that IDC remains firmly committed to the vision of delivering quality and safe healthcare services.

IDC AVCs are maintaining and administering Covid-19 Vaccinations in complete compliance with the International standards, without compromise.—PR

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