Port Matilda, Pennsylvania, October 7, 2010 - QBC Diagnostics recently donated several supplies to the Health In Harmony non-profit organization in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Health In Harmony brings high quality, affordable health care to West Kalimantan, one of the poorest areas of the world with a median income of just $326 per year. QBC Diagnostics partnered with Dr. Robert A. Levine, Clinical Professor of Laboratory Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and Medical Director Advisor to QBC Diagnostics, to contribute an Autoread Hematology System, a ParaLens Microscope Attachment, QBC Malaria Tests, and QBC AccuTubes.
Craig Stout, Vice President and General Manager of QBC Diagnostics, said, "Health In Harmony provides quality medical care to people desperately in need of assistance. We are thrilled to contribute our products to its mission, and look forward to further contributions in the future."
To see images and stories about Health In Harmony's use of QBC Products, please visit the QBC Diagnostics Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/qbcdiagnostics. For more information on the QBC Autoread, ParaLens Microscope Attachment, QBC Malaria Test, and AccuTubes, please consult each product's pages. For more details on the mission of Health In Harmony, consult its website at http://www.healthinharmony.org/.