Thursday 28 May 2020

Aster DM opens 2nd speciality hospital in India

DUBAI, July 1, 2019

Aster DM Healthcare, a leading healthcare service network in the GCC and the third largest healthcare company in India, has opened its second multi-speciality quaternary care hospital in Bengaluru called Aster RV Hospital.

Located in the heart of the city at JP Nagar 1st Phase, the hospital has been formally inaugurated by the Governor of Karnataka Vajubhai Vala; in the presence of Sowmya Reddy, MLA, JP Nagar Constituency; Dr Azad Moopen, founder chairman and managing director of Aster DM Healthcare and Dr Panduranga Setty, president of RV Group of Institutions.

The 250-bedded Aster RV Hospital is introducing specialty services through its Centers of Excellence in cardiac-sciences, neuro-sciences, gastro-sciences, general and laparoscopic surgery, integrated liver care, organ transplant, urology and nephrology, orthopaedics, urology & nephrology & general medicine; with added features like Bi Plane Cath Lab, Da Vinci Robotic System for robotic surgeries, Intra-Operative MRI Machine, Integrated Liver Care and 53 critical care beds across ICU, CCU & TICU.

Spread across 150,000-sq ft of built up area, the quaternary care hospital has 39 out-patient consultation rooms, nine operating theatres and offers other specialties like ENT, General Medicine, Endocrinology, Plastic Surgery, Dermatology, Radiology among others, supported by a team of highly qualified doctors, medical professionals and nurses.

Dr Azad Moopen said: “It gives us great pleasure to launch our second world-class healthcare facility in the Garden City of India. Aster entered Karnataka with its first hospital in Hebbal few years back and was promptly recognized as a trusted name. This prompted us to come up with the 2nd hospital so quickly at J P Nagar, which happens to be our 25th hospital worldwide.

“We now have 13 hospitals in 5 Southern States of India with 4573 beds in India and 1100 in GCC. This new hospital will offer state-of-the-art quaternary care services to the people of Bengaluru as well as those coming to the city as part of Medical Value Travel from outside the country. We are thankful to the people of the Karnataka and the medical fraternity of the state for the confidence showered on us.”

Sowmya Reddy introduced the Aster Enable privilege cards for the special-needs community on the occasion of the launch. The privilege card will allow the card holder to have access to exclusive privileges and services. These services would also be extended to people with special needs across Aster facilities in India.  – TradeArabia News Service


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