Press Release (ePRNews.com) - RALEIGH, N.C. - Aug 14, 2018 - Mako Medical Laboratories is at it again by setting new records and disrupting the diagnostic space.
The Business Journal recognized research organizations that are breaking ground in the Life Science sector in 2018. Life sciences is a broad industry that represents a number of focus areas including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, clinical research, human health, medical devices and diagnostics. There are 496 life science companies in the Research Triangle representing 519 company sites and over 40,000 employees. Mako Medical was recognized for its innovation and initiatives in rural health care, its development of new diagnostic tests and its patented technology.
“The Research Triangle is one of the most competitive environments in America for biotech and healthcare innovation — we are honored to be recognized for our groundbreaking work,” said Chad Price, president of Mako Medical Laboratories.
The Research Triangle is one of the most competitive environments in America for biotech and healthcare innovation — we are honored to be recognized for our groundbreaking work.
This is the second time Mako Medical has won this award — making them the only laboratory in America to achieve this in the history of the awards. Mako Medical Laboratories has experienced explosive growth in the last few years and has quickly become a national favorite for over 50,000 medical providers around the country. Last year, Mako became the first company ever to win FAST 50 Awards two years in a row. That same year, Mako was ranked as a Best Place to Work and announced a massive expansion with a new testing facility.
Mako Medical Laboratories is an award-winning laboratory with operations in over 12 states. Mako utilizes automation and robotics to complete some of the most difficult and rare diagnostic tests. Mako is known for its extensive community service, supporting over 400 local nonprofits and charities, hiring hundreds of military veterans and supporting over 80 international missionaries.
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