SpiceHealth enables walk-in RT-PCR testing at multiple locations

SpiceHealth enables walk-in RT-PCR testing at multiple locations

Gurugram, May 1, 2021

In these times of extreme crisis when RT-PCR testing has become a serious challenge and people are unable to get slots for home testing, SpiceHealth, the healthcare company launched by the promoters of SpiceJet, has set up walk-in RT-PCR testing laboratories in Delhi, Haryana and Maharashtra. SpiceHealth’s RT-PCR testing labs have been successfully conducting the country’s fastest and cheapest RT-PCR tests at just Rs. 699/- with results being delivered in the shortest possible time.

Avani Singh, CEO, SpiceHealth said, “As the country reels under a surge in Covid cases, labs struggle to keep up with the demand and home collection of samples becoming a huge challenge, SpiceHealth’s walk-in RT-PCR testing facility at multiple locations across Delhi, Haryana and Maharashtra aims to address these issues. Our mobile labs are located at landmark, easy to locate, accessible locations. The walk-in facility provides a hassle free and safe testing experience. The only way to counter the spread of the pandemic is to test rampantly and at SpiceHealth we have been innovating constantly to offer medical care at the most affordable cost.”

SpiceHealth’s walk-in RT-PCR tests are available at various important locations in Delhi which include Fruit Market, Azadpur Mandi (near Gate No 5), SDMC Pratibha Boys School, Main Chhatarpur Road, Chhatarpur, Office Of The District Magistrate (West), Nehru Nagar, Shivaji Place, Vishal Enclave, Raja Garden, Government Co-Ed Senior Secondary School, Site 2, Sector 6, Dwarka and School Of Excellence, Delhi Government School, Pocket 6, Sector 23, Rohini.

In Haryana, the walk-in tests are available at the Referral Lab, Spice Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Begumpur Khatola, Gurugram and at 321, Udyog Vihar, Phase IV, Gurugram.

In Mumbai, the tests are being conducted at BKC, Covid Jumbo Centre, Phase 1, Gate No.2, Bandra Kurla Complex, National Sports Club Of India, Covid Jumbo Centre, Lala Lajpatrai Marg, Lotus Colony, Worli,  NESCO, Covid Jumbo Centre, Western Express Highway, Goregaon (East), Mumbai and Opposite Assistant Commissioner Of Police & Special Executive Magistrate Office, Andheri Division (East), Mumbai.

SpiceHealth launched a new mobile testing laboratory in Nagpur on April 29 and will soon be setting-up laboratories in Aurangabad and Nashik. More testing laboratories will soon be opened in Delhi and other States.

SpiceHealth has been actively involved in the country’s fight against Covid-19. The company has emerged as the fastest growing diagnostic lab in India having conducted more than 2.2 million RT-PCR tests since its launch in Delhi in November 2020.

It is working closely with multiple state governments and hospitals to beef up the supply of oxygen concentrators, ventilators, pulse oximeters, BiPAPs and other medical devices.  In the last one week, SpiceHealth has imported more than 2000 oxygen concentrators from Hong Kong to Delhi and many more will shortly be arriving in India.

In November 2020, SpiceHealth disrupted the RT-PCR testing space by offering tests at Rs. 499 only as opposed to the then existing rate of Rs. 2400 in Delhi. SpiceHealth was also the first to introduce the innovative concept of mobile testing laboratories that could be placed in remote areas, in containment zones, in villages where access to hospitals and medical facilities was and remains a challenge.

In January 2021, SpiceHealth launched a first-of-its-kind genome sequencing laboratory at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport to help in identifying and containing the new mutant variants of Covid-19 virus unwittingly carried by passengers travelling from other countries.

SpiceHealth’s first mobile testing facility in Delhi was inaugurated by Sh. Amit Shah, Hon’ble Union Home Minister and Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare. All SpiceHealth laboratories are accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories and Indian Council of Medical Research and each lab can conduct 3,000 tests per day.