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Fortis Healthcare tie-ups with OP Jindal Hospital and Research Centre Raigarh

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RAIGARH: Fortis Healthcare Ltd, one of the fastest growing chain of hospitals in the country said that it has tie-upped with 100 beds O.P. Jindal Hospital and Research Centre, Raigarh, in an effort to provide superior healthcare services in the eastern region of the Chhattisgarh State.

The addition of O.P. Jindal Hospital takes the Fortis network to a total of 50 hospitals. This move is in line withDr. Raajiv Singhal, Director of Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi during the inauguration function of OP Jindal Hospital Blood Bank in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh Fortis’ strategy to strengthen its presence in India’s tier II cities.

Dr. Raajiv Singhal, Director of Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi informed during inauguration function of OP Jindal Hospital Blood Bank in Raigarh on Monday. Dr. Raajiv Singhal informed about collaboration of OP Jindal Hospital with Fortis Health Care.

“Fortis will leverage its tertiary care expertise to enhance the medical programme in the hospital and implement systems and processes designed to bring about high levels of clinical quality and compassionate patient care.” He added.

It is to be noted that Fortis Healthcare Limited is committed to clinical excellence and patient-centric healthcare, which is manifest in hospital design, patient services, medical programmes and the compassionate approach of medical and non-medical hospital staff.

The hospital is located within the campus of Jindal Steel and Power Limited and caters to their employees, families and general population of Raigarh and surrounding areas.

Dr Arvind Dayal, Head of Medical Services, OP Jindal Hospital & Research Centre informed  the 100 beds multi-speciality secondary care hospital offers services in Ophthalmology, Internal medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ENT, General Surgery, Orthopaedics and Paediatrics, in addition to primary healthcare services. The hospital has four well-equipped Operation Theatres, a dialysis unit, a blood bank, well equipped Medical ICU, Surgical ICU, a Burns ICU and a Neo-natal ICU.

O.P. Jindal hospital plans to expand its medical programmes by upgrading its clinical services in minimal access surgery, critical care, cardiology, nephrology and neurosciences and introduce high end imaging services like CT Scan, MRI and other investigation facilities.

Addressing the gathering Chief Guest of the function Health Minister, Chhattisgarh Amar Agrawal Agrawal praised the interest taken and encouragement given by Member of Parliament and Jindal Steel and Power Limited Executive Vice Chairman & Managing Director Shri Naveen Jindal, in establishing this facility for the welfare of the people of the region. The blood bank is another Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative in Raigarh region.

Dr Arvind Dayal said that OP Jindal Hospital & Research Centre (OPJHRC) was established three years ago by the Jindal Education and Welfare Society (JEWS), a non-profit organization promoted by the Jindal Steel and Power Limted.

“The Society is active in providing education, training and health care. OPJHRC provides support to the various rural health care initiatives of the Group. These include health camps, population stabilization activities, eye camps, village school dental health programme, for the population in and around Raigarh and surrounding districts. Located in well endowed premises OPJHRC caters to the primary and secondary healthcare needs of those working in the various JSPL plants in the region and also of the general public.” He added.

Photo: Dr. Raajiv Singhal, Director of Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi during the inauguration function of OP Jindal Hospital Blood Bank in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh (photo by INDIACSR)

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