The Max Super Speciality hospital has so far performed about 1360 cardiac surgeries, 2290 joint surgeries, cured 3028 cancer cases successfully and has been attending about 37,600 patients every year on an average.
Revolutionising cancer treatment with HIPEC therapy, providing ambulance within 30-minutes, Robotic Trainer treating patients across specialities, healthcare accessibility for senior citizens through Citizen Plus and much more, Max Super Speciality Hospital in Patparganj continues to achieve higher milestones.
Established in 2005 in Patparganj area of New Delhi, the Max Super Speciality Hospital has recently completed a successful decade in healthcare.
Speaking on the event, Neeraj Mishra, Vice President- Operations, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj said, “It is a momentous occasion for us today as Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj celebrates its 10th anniversary in Delhi since its inception in 2005. Healthcare in India has experienced a new wave of opportunity in the past decade by bringing healthcare services closer to the patients. While patient care continues to be our foremost priority, Max Healthcare is pushing boundaries to ensure patient safety at every step. We hope that our endeavour to provide excellence in medical care will continue to provide fillip to the Government’s initiative to provide affordable and accessible universal healthcare to India.”
To mark the occasion, Max Healthcare has organised Max Medicon 2015, exploring and driving discussions and debates over the increasing demand of excellence in healthcare delivery in India in the past decade.
The Medicon was witnessed by over 500 participants, 30 speakers and more than 100 members of the Max Healthcare. It included 5 panel discussions, 9 case study presentations and 2 sessions across key healthcare specialities.
India’s population last recorded in 2013 by WHO stood at 1,252, 140,000 - out of which 18,248,290 currently reside in Delhi and NCR, making it the 2nd most populous city across the globe. The demand for healthcare delivery has reached an all-time high in the last 3-4 years.
India faces a growing need to fix its basic health concerns in the areas of HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, and diarrhoea. In the past decade, India has witnessed a rapid increase in interventions, sophisticated technology and knowledge required for providing healthcare to the masses.
As one of the frontrunners in healthcare delivery in Delhi, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj has strived to continuously provide patient-centric attention and care and introduced the highest standard of technology available across departments. The most recent introduction has been of HIPEC Therapy, an innovative and promising cancer treatment.