Care Hospital announces its plans for Bhubaneswar

Special Correspondent

BHUBANESWAR: Care Hospital, the fourth largest healthcare provider in the country, on Saturday announced its plans to commission a centre in Bhubaneswar. The 100-bedded multi-specialty Aditya Care Hospital located near Municipal Kalyan Mandap at Chandrasekharpur will be inaugurated by Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday.

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The Group will be investing around Rs.15 crores in the project and the facility will be scaled up to 300 beds in the next two years with an additional investment of Rs.50 crores.

The Bhubaneswar centre will be equipped to handle comprehensive cardiac services, including catheterization procedures and cardiac surgeries. The focus will also be on gastroenterology, laparoscopic/gastro surgery; nephrology and urology; neurosurgery along with critical care and trauma care. For the first time in Orissa, a team of eight cardiologists will be attending to the needs of patients at the Aditya Care Hospital, according to Dr Veeraprasad, Chief Operating Officer of the Care Hospitals. Launch of Aditya Care Hospital was part of Care’s vision to provide quality healthcare in every region of the country.

Nearly 20 full-time professionals would provide comprehensive medical services in a unique concept of teams and the unit will be networked to support primary and secondary health care units in the State, he said.

As a part of its plans, Care Hospitals will expand its footprint across the country by setting up new state-of-the-art hospitals in Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Kerala.

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