To provide better health care facilities to the patients, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital in Kolkata has launched 36 specialty clinics on EM Bypass to bring in integrated health care system.
The hospital has come up with new facilities through which the patients can access to a holistic treatment and multi-speciality care programmes. The new speciality clinics have been set up to help patients better manage their diseases.
Through this integrated system the hospital aims to establish a new paradigm by establishing a strong technology which will allow patients to take informed decisions in collaborative environment.
Departments like Cardiac Sciences, Pulmonology, Neurosciences, Orthopedics , Gastroenterology, ENT / Head & Neck, Pediatrics and ObGyn, Metabolic Diseases, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Skin & Dermatology and Urology in the hospital will offer specialised services to the patients like registration and appointment, OPD timing and consultation availability, assessment protocols, investigations, treatment guidelines, patient education booklets, follow up care and total treatment cycle package and tariff.
The hospital authorities believe that the new system will not help patients though an integrated mechanism system but it will also help to manage the patients’ requirements in a better way. The main purpose behind the initiative was to put in place well equipped departments with the finest and up to date machineries and skilled doctors from varying disciplines of medicine. This will enable the hospital to tackle and treat all types of patients in a better way, said a senior official of the hospital.
While speaking at the launch of 36 speciality clinics with integrated technology, Dr Rupali Basu, President & CEO, Eastern Region, Apollo Hospitals Group, India said: “Our vision is to create an organised technology-led health system that offers the best of patient-centric care and addresses their long term care needs. We follow a holistic care approach, which means our outdoor do not just cure the current ailments of patients but also ensure patients’ continuing wellness.”