Medical Camp at Ivy Hospital Amritsar
Specttrum News: Ivy Hospital Group launched its fifth superspeciality hospital in Amritsar with the aim of making the world class medicare affordable. The new hospital based on the Airport Road is equipped with state of the art medical equipments and has 200 beds catering to all major diseases.
Ivy Hospital, one of the largest healthcare providers in Punjab, with a network of five operational hospitals at Mohali, Nawanshahr, Khanna, Hoshiarpur and Amritsar, has two new branches coming up in Jalandhar and Bathinda also. The Ivy Hospital Amritsar organized a mega inaugural medical camp attended by 273 patients on the first day itself.
Dr Kanwaldeep Kaur, Medical Director, Ivy Hospital group, said, “Growing incidence of lifestyle diseases has made medical treatment beyond the reach of common man. The group is committed to make world class medical care accessible to majority of people in the region by way of affordability. Keeping the socio-economic issue of development and welfare, the management of Ivy Hospital has taken a giant step towards this goal by offering world class medical services at Govt. of India (CGHS) rates. This will not only empower common man to take high-end medical services at affordable prices but will also bring relief to most of the patients who are delaying their treatments because of high medical costs.”
At Ivy Hospital, the departments are managed by a team of highly qualified and experienced doctors and paramedical staff, trained at premier institutes of the country. The group is enjoying leadership position in the fields of Oncology, Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Nephrology, Urology, Critical care, Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement, Trauma and Neuro Surgery. Other departments include Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery, including hair transplant, Neo Natal ICU, Gynaecology and IVF.
Mr Gurtej Singh, Chairman, Ivy Hospital group stated that “Ivy Hospital is committed to a strong code of ethical conduct and subscribes to honest and transparent medical services.”