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Access Medical Laboratories, Inc. to Celebrate Grand Opening of New Laboratory Headquarters in Jupiter, Florida
Date:10/25/2011

JUPITER, Fla., Oct. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Town officials, physicians from South Florida and around the country as well as people from the community will join Access Medical Laboratories, Inc. on November 8, 2011 to celebrate the completion of the new 25,000 square foot core laboratory and research facility located at 5151 Corporate Way in the Abacoa section of Jupiter. This event will be hosted by Access Medical Laboratories, Inc. President/CEO Mohamed El-Hosseiny, Senior Executive V.P./COO Susan El-Hosseiny and Vice Presidents Sharif, Ryan and Adam El-Hosseiny at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, with the ribbon cutting taking place at 5:15 pm. Among the featured guests at the ceremony will be Jupiter mayor Karen J. Golonka, Town Manager Andy Lucasik, Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce staff, Medical Laboratory Director Dr. Alan Sara, MD, Dr. Mark L. Gordon, MD (Los Angeles, CA), who is also in charge of Access's traumatic brain injury research division, Dr. Mitchell Ghen, DO, PHD (Boca Raton, FL), Dr. Naina Sachdev, MD (Portland, OR) and Dr. Edwin Lee, MD, F.A.C.E. (Orlando, FL).

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The state-of-the-art complex consolidates the majority of Access's operations into a single facility, which will foster the company's superior form of diagnostic laboratory services. Access broke ground on the new building in June 2010.

"Our new Headquarters will give us the ability to expand our menu of specialized testing domestically and internationally, bring in more researchers for our Anti-Aging & Esoteric divisions, take our world class customer service to a higher level and further our mission as a laboratory committed to excellence," said Ryan El-Hosseiny. The 3.5 acre site in Abacoa (Jupiter, FL) is where the 25,000 square foot state of the art diagnostic laboratory is located. This will create over 60 jobs in Jupiter's bio-tech community.  

About Access Medical Laboratories, Inc.

Since 2003, Access Medical Labs has been synonymous with innovation. The only one of its kind; Access has created a distinct, superior form of diagnostic laboratory service which has changed the outlook of the laboratory industry throughout the United States. Now in 2011, Access is well known around the world for its research in advanced cardiac, interventional endocrinology/anti-aging and microbiological testing. Access Medical Labs is also the only lab in the nation to develop a complete menu of saliva hormone testing on using the "Gold Standard" method, Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS/MS). Access Medical Labs will continue to introduce many new cutting edge technologies and a broader spectrum of clinical diagnostic testing.

Access Medical Laboratories™ is a registered trademark of Access Medical Laboratories, Inc.

For More information on Access Medical Laboratories:

www.accessmedlab.com


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