Health & Environment

Aster to open 200-bed quaternary care hospital in Oman

Aster is opening a 200-bed multispecialty quaternary care hospital, ‘Aster Royal’ located next to Aster Al Raffah hospital in Ghubra in Oman.
The name and logo of the new hospital has been unveiled by the Indian ambassador to the Sultanate to Oman, Amit Narang in Muscat. 
“The upcoming quaternary care hospital with permission from Ministry of Health Oman will aim to conduct complex treatment including transplant which will help the residents and citizens of Oman from travel to other countries for these procedures,” Dr Azad Moopen, Founder Chairman & MD Aster DM healthcare conveyed through a Digital video Message. 
“Through the services of Senior Omani Consultants & consultants from India, Robotic Surgeries, 24hrs Emergency and intensive care, the team will ensure that each patient would receive royal services in this hospital,” he added.
To take forward the theme “Care is just an Aster away” of Aster DM healthcare’s 35th foundation day, two additional services ‘[email protected]’ and ‘Aster-Dilse’ were inaugurated by Narang. 
“I congratulate Aster hospitals for launching this multispeciality facility for NRIs who are here in Oman. Aster hospitals are very popular in Oman for their quality and service, not only to the Indian community but also to the local Omani community. My best wishes to the Aster management on this endeavour,” said Narang while happily accepting the first registration of Aster-Dilse services.
“Once Aster Royal hospital is commissioned, citizens and residents of Oman will no longer need for going out of the country for medical services. Along with the expert Omani consultants, senior doctors working in Aster DM Healthcare-India will also be made available in Oman,” said Farhan Yasin, Regional Director for Aster Kerala and Oman Clusters.
“The new building will be one of its kind state-of-the-art facility in terms of medical services and facilities. Our new doctors are specialists and equipped for any major operation or complication. We have been in Oman for the last 12 years and it has been an incredible journey,” said Dr Ashik Sainu Mohiyadeen, Medical Director of Aster Oman said. 
“With [email protected] services we will be able to provide our medical expertise to more people of Oman both digitally and physically who are unable to travel to our hospitals due to Covid, old age or other medical issues at Muscat, Sohar and Ibri,” said Dr Ashendu Pandey CEO Aster Oman.
"At Aster Royal hospital we will ensure that everybody gets the best patient care experience. As a part of adapting to new technologies, an Artificial Intelligence enabled Whatsapp booking system (+968 9855 0066) has already been ruled out which makes appointment booking, lab reports and patient care services very easy," said Dr Shinoop Raj, COO Aster Muscat region.-- TradeArabia News Service