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TritonLife Launches Diagnostic Lab Network

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Hungarian-owned private healthcare provider TritonLife on Thursday announced the launch of a more than HUF 1 billion diagnostic laboratory network, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

TritonLife has started operating a 1,200 sqm laboratory in the capital that can process 10 million tests a year, founder and CEO Péter Haraszti said.

TritonLife's facilities have joined the lab network and over 20 contracts have been signed with other healthcare providers around the country, with more expected to follow, TritonLabs director Krisztina Latkóczy said.

Laboratory specimens will be delivered by TritonLife Logisztika, TritonLife's logistics unit, which will operate daily pickups on three routes in the east, west, and south of the country, she added.

TritonLife provides in- and out-patient services in 10 cities around the country. It has eight private hospitals, 10 clinics, and three diagnostic centers. TritonLife has 1,157 healthcare professionals on staff.

The group had a net sales revenue of HUF 17.5 bln last year.

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