Laboratories are essential to health services within the context of clinical care and treatment programmes as well as for public health prevention and control initiatives. The need for laboratory support
In 2003, during the CAREC EU-funded project Strengthening of Medical Laboratory Services in the Caribbean, the Caribbean region agreed to adopt the international Standard, ISO 15189 as the Standard for
Caribbean Ministers Endorse Regional Framework for National Laboratory Policy The 19th Special Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD) held in Washington DC, 27-28 September, 2014 has endorsed an initiative
CMLF has a demonstrated track record of successful project management, on-time and within budget project delivery. As a not-for-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) CMLF is well respected regionally and internationally and
CMLF staff have tested and proven expertise in development and delivery of innovative competency-based training for building laboratory management, supervision and quality management skills within the Caribbean region and other
CMLF plays a critical role in leading the transformation of laboratory services within the Caribbean to achieve quality assured diagnostics and laboratory capacity that are critical to strong economies and
The Caribbean Med Labs Foundation, based in Trinidad and Tobago, is a non-governmental organisation established in response to a request from CARICOM Ministers of Health in June 2007. The Ministers had requested continuation of the regional effort aimed at building and sustaining the highest quality medical laboratory services.