BCA-lab is a medical services provider and a division of BCA-clinic Betriebs GmbH & Co. KG (bca-clinic.de), located in Augsburg. Established in 2006, the laboratory provides diagnostic tests and conducts research into a wide range of vector-borne diseases.
Our laboratory is dedicated to continuously adjusting diagnostic requirements, monitoring treatment and performing state-of-the-art research. We provide a close relationship between patients’ treatment and the laboratory, which is very beneficial to our customers.
Our clients and partners include hospitals, laboratories, universities and medical offices from all over the world.
As we progress, we will create strong links between the development of diagnostic tools, new treatment approaches and therapy monitoring.
Please note: BCA-lab does not offer any laboratory services for any clients from New York State, USA.
Front Office/Empfangsmitarbeiter mit medizinischer Ausbildung (m/w) in Vollzeit | September 03, 2018
Die BCA-clinic ist eine auf durch Zecken-übertragene Erkrankungen spezialisierte Privatklinik. Wir betreuen seit über 10 Jahren Patienten mit chronischen Infektionen und gehören mit über 25.000 behandelten Patienten weltweit zu den führenden Kliniken auf diesem Gebiet. Unter einem Dach vereinen wir unser Servicelabor BCA-lab, unser Forschungslabor, unsere Tagesklinik und die Privatpraxis für Zecken-übertragene Erkrankungen. Circa 75 […]Read More
1st Annual European Medical-Scientific Conference on Morgellons Disease | July 11, 2018
The Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation in collaboration with the BCA-clinic presents: 1st Annual European Medical-Scientific Conference on Morgellons Disease 20th October 2018, Augsburg, Germany Morgellons disease is a bizarre skin condition associated with tickborne disease. It is characterised by disfiguring skin lesions containing multicoloured filaments, often accompanied by fatigue, joint and muscle pain […]Read More
BCA-research team detects tick carrying Borrelia miyamotoi in Augsburg | February 20, 2018
During the last years, a certain type of Borrelia of Asian origin has been detected in only a few places across Europe and the US. In Asia, Borrelia miyamotoi is well-known as cause of relapsing fevers and pain. In Germany Borrelia miyamotoi has been scientifically verified at Lake Constance and near Munich up to now. […]Read More