The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies from some 140 countries, with one body representing each country.

This non-governmental organization was established in 1947 for the purpose of enhancing quality, increasing reliability, and improving health and safety of products and services worldwide.

Our ISO 9001:2000 accreditation emphasizes the importance of having the right protocols in place. An independent ISO auditor visits all GENOMA’s laboratories every six months to ensure that all established protocols are being followed, and to evaluate and improve the quality of care.

What does ISO accreditation mean for you?
Being ISO certified commits us to ongoing improvement of our service as quality is measured continuously. 
This ranges from continuous scrutiny of procedures in the laboratory to developing our own analytical procedures and providing high quality counseling for patients. It also means an ongoing commitment to staff training and development.