with Dr. Vinay Kohli, M.D
MCI Diagnostic Center is redefining laboratory science one life at time. Our very own, Dr. Vinay Kohli, has committed himself to this vision by providing information to patients, physicians, and medical professionals, like yourself, with current events happening in medicine. Through his eyes he brings our state-of-the-art laboratory closer than ever to you, your home and office. Kohli’s Corner is updated weekly. Please do not forget to turn at the right corner, Kohli’s Corner that is.
I appreciate Dr. Kohli’s insight and am thankful for a guiding light in this difficult time. I have read every article and Dr.Kohli has truly helped me comprehend this mysterious virus causing me to get tested at MCI. Thanks keep it going (:Sapheen A.
About the Physician
Dr. Vinay Kohli is an accomplished MD Physician, Professor, Healthcare Executive with more than 25 years of progressive experience in different set ups. He specializes in Pathology and Bacteriology. He holds an MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Management from Lebow College of Business, Philadelphia, USA. He has exposure to renowned national and international medical institutions. He has published many papers in reputed journals. Currently he is working as Chief Medical Officer and Vice-Chancellor at MCI Diagnostic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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