New Delhi: India’s fastest growing e-diagnostic company–KlinicApp announced that it is set to hire 500 employees in Bangalore this year. The 500 new employees would be people trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing-lab technicians with specialized BMLT and DMLT degrees.
“Currently KlinicApp is adding 200 phlebotomists per month especially in Delhi, Mumbai to our existing teams. With a strong and growing presence in north India, we now aim to expand across the country and hire over 1000 people this year.” Mr Satkam Divya, CEO, KlinicApp, announced on the expansion.
KlinicApp is providing online blood test operational services at home in pan India. It has partnered with NABL, ISO and CAP certified labs to provide best possible diagnostic and path services to our customers. Along with path test and many broad health check-up with free home sample collection services are also available at the diagnostic centers. It conducts blood sample collection with their own fleet of expert technicians (Phlebotomists) who are trained for home sample collection, hygiene sample handling and laboratory procedures. KlinicApp has served more than 1 lakh customers with hassle free services through their phlebotomists.
Mr Satkam Divya, CEO, KlinicApp shared “ Healthcare issues in Bangalore are increasing due to changing lifestyle, unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, high stress levels, increase in disposable income and environmental degradation. Most common health issues faced by the population today include Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Diabetes, Stroke, Gallbladder and Liver disease, Sleep apnea, respiratory problems and many more.”
“With timely standard health checkup one can identify any health issue at the earlier stage. Early diagnosis and screening would help in early recognition of any health issues in order to take prevention and medication for a quick recovery. Through technological advancements, it is now possible for patients to book their blood test online and to receive the reports at their desired locations. ” He further added.