About Us

VISION :

To partner with various Health Service Providers, specialising in running Laboratory tests for them, with the aim of achieving quality management of patients’ health /disease surveys.

MISSION STATEMENT:

Jenyeblogs Medical laboratory exists to provide quality-controlled, turn-around-time focused  Laboratory tests results to Clinicians, NGO projects and  Surveys by using State-of-the-Art technology machines/instruments, employing  qualified and Professional Board registered technologists and technicians, on-site qualified phlebotomist and licensed drivers(for Courier services), qualified and IT-competent Laboratory Clerical & Administration personnel.

WHO ARE WE?

Jenyeblogs Medical Laboratory was founded in 2010 by Mrs Sylvia Mnisi, a Senior
Medical Technologist who has served in private and state laboratories for over 30
years in supervisory training and managerial positions, specialising in the Clinical
Pathology disciplines.
Operations began on a part-time basis in 2013 and through focused, consistent
professionalism, high quality standard of testing and excellent turn-around time,
the demand for our services grew until operations moved to full-time in 2014
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How is it run ?
Jenyeblogs Medical Laboratory is a proudly South African, 100% black-owned
laboratory. We continue to grow and develop, with consistent and proven
commitment to delivering outstanding quality at every level of our business. We
have a dedicated, qualified and patient-needs orientated team. With the use of
state-of-the-art instruments and equipment from various reputable suppliers, we
are able to produce our quality-controlled laboratory test results.

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WHO DO WE SERVE ?

We are conveniently based in Pietermaritzburg CBD, enabling us to serve a
diverse network of doctors and clinics. In recognition of our important role and
responsibility in patient healthcare, tests performed by us have a turn-around
time of 1 to 48 hours, to facilitate and assist our doctors in the timely
administration of treatment for patients.
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