The Centre, which is South India’s most advanced destination for neuro care, will offer world-class care in the realms of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neuro Intervention.
Kozhikode: MEITRA Hospital, South India’s leading advanced tertiary hospital, has launched the Centre of Excellence for Neurosciences on February 3rd Saturday. The Centre was inaugurated by Dr. Steven Cramer, Professor, Department of Neurology, Anatomy, Neurobiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of California. Congratulating the MEITRA team Dr. Steven Cramer shared, “It is great to see such an advanced facility for Neuroscience in India. Having visited, lectured and trained at renowned facilities worldwide, I am pleased to share that MEITRA has the latest technology at their facility. This combined with some of the best minds in India in Neurosciences the center is sure to set a benchmark not only in India but globally.”
The Centre has the latest equipment and unique care path model to achieve successful medical outcomes. The departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neuro Intervention working as a team under the Centre for Neurosciences, will offer world-class care in the respective realms. The departments have well equipped and highly experienced medical team, comprising of neurosurgeons, interventionists, neurologists, anesthesiologists and highly-trained nursing and support staff.
The Centre of Excellence for Neurological Sciences has an advanced individual intensive care facility, highly sophisticated and full-fledged trauma care facility, 24/7 emergency neurosurgery services and state-of-the-art Neuro ICU at par with global benchmark standards. It is also provided with a highly specialized Cath lab equipped with world’s best and latest hardware and interventional software accessories. The services of dedicated and experienced senior interventionists are available round-the-clock to treat patients with head injuries and multi-organ injuries. The International Standard Spinal Cord Injury Management Unit is a specialized division of the centre, which is complemented by a world-class rehabilitation therapy centre.
Dr. Ali Faizal, Director, MEITRA Hospital and Head, Clinical Services, said. “At MEITRA, our vision is to bring a difference in the way healthcare is being delivered in India. We have a patient-centric approach, which ensures that medical care is given in a manner that is transparent, holistic, multi-disciplinary and affordable. We bring the best of our combined knowledge across multi-disciplines complemented by world-class technology to ensure that with our care patients heal faster and better.” He added that the Neurosciences Centre brings together important streams of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neuro Interventions complemented with a state-of-the-art Physiotherapy and Radiology units to provide benchmark standards in neuro care
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. K.A. Salam, Chairman, Neurosciences Division, who comes with over three decades of experience, said, “MEITRA’s departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neuro Intervention will offer exceptional and world-class care through an integrated combined think-tank approach. Our care will cover comprehensive consultation, evaluation and treatment for patients with all neuro and neuro related injuries and conditions.”
The department of Neuro Surgery is headed by Dr. Shyam Sundar S., who comes with over 20 years of experience his field. The Center will offer comprehensive care for complex neuro, stroke, epilepsy and Parkinson’s Conditions. It will also offer exceptional competencies in dealing with conditions like brain and spine tumours, aneurysms, vascular neurosurgery, pituitary tumours, skull-base and endoscopic procedures, functional and epilepsy surgeries, head and spine trauma, neuro-vascular procedures.
MEITRA Hospital, which had its soft-launch is September 2017, has seen a steady growth of patient intake. With the launch of its Neurosciences Centre, the healthcare facility will continue to build on its strength and its core focus on becoming India’s leading tertiary care hospital.