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215-bed Symbiosis Hospital and Research Centre to open in six months

Informing about the project, Dr Rajiv Yeravdekar, dean, faculty of health sciences and biomedical sciences (FoHBS), Symbiosis International University (SIU), said that right from admission to discharge, the hospital management information ( HMI ) system will be implemented as part of the complete digitisation of patient records for the hospital.

pune Updated: May 06, 2018 17:08 IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune
The Symbiosis International (deemed university) is constructing a world-class 215-bed hospital, which will be scalable to 700 beds, and will be opened in the next six months.
The Symbiosis International (deemed university) is constructing a world-class 215-bed hospital, which will be scalable to 700 beds, and will be opened in the next six months.(HT REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO)

The Symbiosis International (deemed university) is constructing a world-class 215-bed hospital, which will be scalable to 700 beds, and will be opened in the next six months. Informing about the project, Dr Rajiv Yeravdekar, dean, faculty of health sciences and biomedical sciences (FoHBS), Symbiosis International University (SIU), said that right from admission to discharge, the hospital management information ( HMI ) system will be implemented as part of the complete digitisation of patient records for the hospital. “The hospital is a multi-speciality tertiary care hospital and will have the latest infrastructure and technology at its disposal,” he said.

Speaking at Symhealth 2018, the national conference on interdisciplinary approach to healthcare, organised by FoHBS at SIU, Lavale campus, Vidya Yeravdekar, pro-chancellor, SIU, said that the Symbiosis Centre for Health Skills and the hospital building situated at SIU, Lavale campus, is India’s first centre for health skills. The 215 -bed charitable hospital will provide affordable public healthcare.

“The Symbiosis Hospital and Research Centre will be a standalone hospital to cater to 23 villages in Mulshi taluka,” she said.

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