MyHealthChecked (MHC) Shares Rise After Gaining Medical Laboratory Accreditation

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Sam Boughedda
Updated: 1 Sep 2021

MyHealthChecked (LONL MHC) shares are rising on Wednesday after achieving ISO 15189:2012 accreditation across the Company's COVID-19 testing service.


The accreditation was granted following assessments by the United Kingdon Accreditation Service (UKAS), ensuring that the laboratories used as part of the company's COVID-19 testing service deliver high-quality service and meet the relevant legal requirements.

Penny McCormick, CEO of MyHealthChecked, said: “We are delighted to now have in place accreditation across our COVID-19 testing service, which is a clear sign to our existing customers and potential new customers that our medical laboratories and operational systems are extremely rigorous and structured around best possible practice within the industry.

“I am incredibly proud of the MyHealthChecked team for maintaining these high standards, ensuring that we offer a reliable and efficient service to all of our partners.”

MyHealthChecked's share price has moved 3.29% above Tuesday's close, to 3.92p.

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