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Education specialists Venkateshwar group enters Healthcare vertical

Updated: Nov 03, 2016 09:53 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov. 3 (ANI): With a sense of commitment to healthcare and an eye on achieving global excellence in the services sector, Venkateshwar Hospital is the new state-the-art healthcare

facility in Delhi.

Situated in Dwarka, set across 8000 square meter, it is the only super specialty hospital on this scale in the area.

The facility is equipped with 325 beds out of which 100 are critical care beds, 32 specialties, and 10 modular operation theatres. The most skilled and experienced talent from across Delhi has come together to forms teams of doctors and healthcare providers who are dedicated to the healing.

"We are delighted to diversify from education to healthcare. Both being services that are community-focused, we have been able to utilize our experience and best practices from setting up some of

Delhi's biggest schools, in establishing Venkateshwar Hospital. Our hospital is built on a strong foundation of ethical medical practice.

Our promise to the people is that we are service-oriented, not target-driven. We have already conducted free camps in the nearby villages to help the neighbourhood," said Dr Y. P. Bhatia, Chairman, Advisory Council, Venkateshwar Hospital, Dwarka.

Venkateshwar Hospital has the best-in-class technology, with three Tesla MRI machine, 256 PEP Gama camera, 256 slice CT a fully-functional cath lab with equipment like Intravascular ultrasound

and Rotablator, and a pathology lab that is completely automated and delivers resultswithin 24 hours even for complex tests. The Centres of Excellence include Medical Oncology, Radiation and Surgical Oncology makes it the only comprehensive oncology unit in the area. Cardiology,

Urology, Nephrology, Orthopedics and Joint Replacement, Gastroenterology, and Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine are other Centres of Excellence.

The Neurology department is unique, with a team of neurologists, neurosurgery specialists, and a pediatric neurologist. Venkateshwar Hospital has a set of 24X7 services: imaging, emergency, pharmacy, laboratory, blood bank.

"At Venkateshwar Hospital, our focus is on putting together the best team possible. As healthcare professionals, our aim is to ensure the best patient outcomes. Hence, we have developed systems which are not pyramid-like structures at all, but rather form a circle of shared responsibility and decision-making. This also ensures the patient is well taken care of by every single member of the team.

The hospital has begun operations in October, with the birth of a baby girl. It was

a shared proud moment for us at the hospital, and of course for the family of the little girl. We hope to continue serving people in the best possible way we can," said Dr Y. P. Bhatia, Chairman, Advisory Council, Venkateshwar Hospital, Dwarka. (ANI)

Too much sugar may causes Alzheimer's

Updated: Feb 24, 2017 06:13 IST

London [UK], Feb. 24 (ANI): A diet, high in sugar, could lead to Alzheimers, as a study finds a link between sugar and the brain disease.

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Now, you can cure insomnia with placebo: Study

Updated: Feb 23, 2017 06:27 IST

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Updated: Feb 22, 2017 14:18 IST

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Updated: Feb 22, 2017 06:03 IST

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Chronic knee pain may be treated online

Updated: Feb 21, 2017 06:41 IST

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Children inherit obesity from parents: Study

Updated: Feb 20, 2017 14:54 IST

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No difference between good or bad diet: Study

Updated: Feb 20, 2017 05:54 IST

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People with ADHD may have smaller brain volume

Updated: Feb 19, 2017 07:09 IST

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