Cerba Lancet Africa Group

Cerba Lancet Africa is the leading network of clinical pathology and biomedical laboratories in Africa, with the ambition to become the leading diagnostic services provider in Africa and world-class standards of pathology services to patients and medical communities across the continent. Cerba Lancet Africa is a joint venture created in 2019 with the French group Cerba HealthCare, a leading international player in medical diagnosis, and Lancet Laboratories, the foremost name in clinical pathology in sub-Saharan Africa.

Through the Joint Venture, Cerba Lancet Africa operates a network of more than 100 ISO-accredited laboratories across 14 African countries: Botswana, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

“Our goal is to provide Africa with the best medical diagnostic solutions at world-class standards to improve the quality of life of communities.”

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4000
Tests in the Catalogue
170
Number of Sites
600000
Average Monthly Number of Tests
163000
Average Monthly Number of Patients

Our Mission

To be the leading force in local medical diagnostics in Africa, while offering the highest standards of pathology and biomedical services to patients and medical communities across the continent.

Our Vision

To provide Africa with the best medical diagnostic solutions at world-class standards to improve the quality of life of communities.

Our Values

Respect
Excellence
Commitment
Equity in Health

Latest News

Our Network

Ghana

  • No. labs: 27
  • No. of patients: 39 000
  • No. of tests performed: 148 500

Kenya

  • No. labs: 34
  • No. of patients: 32 000
  • No. of tests performed: 103 000

Nigeria

  • No. labs: 11
  • No. of patients: 1 800
  • No. of tests performed: 53 000

Mozambique

  • No. labs: 2
  • No. of patients: 2 000
  • No. of tests performed: 7 000

Rwanda

  • No. labs: 5
  • No. of patients: 2 000
  • No. of tests performed: 8 000

Eswatini

  • No. labs: 5
  • No. of patients: 6 200
  • No. of tests performed: 17 300

Tanzania

  • No. labs: 10
  • No. of patients: 14 000
  • No. of tests performed: 75 000

Uganda

  • No. labs: 21
  • No. of patients: 19 000
  • No. of tests performed: 77 000

Zambia

  • No. labs: 4
  • No. of patients: 4 000
  • No. of tests performed: 12 500

Zimbabwe

  • No. labs: 23
  • No. of patients: 24 000
  • No. of tests performed: 78 000

Current Network

  • Botswana
  • Ethiopia
  • Gabon
  • Ghana
  • Ivory Coast
  • Kenya
  • Nigeria
  • Mozambique
  • Rwanda
  • Eswatini
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe