"We provide a team of dedicated and well trained Sonographers, Sonologists and Cardiologists to provide highly reliable results essential to day-to-day care of patients with cardiovascular disease."
In support for the health and protection of the public while safely providing convenient service, PREMERE LAB QUEZON CITY offers drive thru blood extraction while remaining inside the comfort of your vehicle. While people are avoiding hospitals for their lab tests, drive-thru extraction saves time and reduces the risks of infection between visitors and laboratory staff. All Drive thru transactions must be pre-scheduled and pre-paid. Secure your slot at least a day before your preferred schedule.
You can now book your appointments! Just call the following numbers. Don't forget to check our New Normal guidelines.
Contact Details: 8426-9745 /0905-295-9978 /0921-284-6893
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