Redefining the future of medicine
In addition to highways and towering high-rises, a key indicator of a city’s progress lies in the state of its critical infrastructure, such as its schools, hospitals, and public transport. Innovations play a huge role here, especially in primary and essential fields like healthcare. And thanks to our fast-paced and often erratic lifestyles, health will always be a primary concern among Indians. Consequently, medical institutions are stepping up their game, not just to keep up with modern challenges of healthcare but also ensure state-of-the-art facilities and guidance for its patrons.
Established in 2007, Artemis Hospital in Gurgaon began with a similar mission – to provide world-class healthcare services, along with specialized medical care that is supported by extensive research and new technology. Spread across nine acres, the multi-specialty hospital comes with expertise across the spectrum of medical and surgical interventions, along with a comprehensive mix of follow-up services. Within 10 years of its inception, the NABH-accredited Artemis Hospital has not just made excellent inroads in medical services; in 2013, it also became the first and only hospital in Gurgaon to be accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI).
Services across the spectrum
Apart from its technical advancements, the several centres of excellence at Artemis are led by teams of renowned doctors and medical staff that constantly push the boundaries of patient care and recovery. Here’s a quick overview of the various departments, each commanded by leading lights from the field.
The Artemis Cancer Centre, led by an experienced team of oncologists provides medical, radiation, surgical oncology, haemato-oncology &BMT and nuclear medicine, along with counseling services, special nursing and rehab services. Furthermore, the centre is also affiliated with international and national research bodies to carry out clinical research trials.
Doctors and paramedics in the Artemis Neurosciences Centre diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system affecting the whole body. In particular, the Neurosurgery department offers advanced surgical treatments along with a variety of non-surgical approaches to aid in quicker recovery.
The Artemis Joint Replacement and Orthopaedic centre covers the entire ambit of bone, joints and spine disorders. From joint replacements and spine surgeries to paediatric and sports injuries, the department provides a slew of surgical and non-surgical solutions, as well as post-operative care for patients.
The Comprehensive Transplant Centre at Artemis includes a team of surgeons, physicians, nurses, social workers, nutritionists, pharmacists, therapists, psychologists, and many other specialists trained in transplantation, who are committed to actively working with our patients through every step in transplant process. Services include various kinds of liver, kidney, and cornea transplant, including living and cadaver liver transplants, adult and paediatric Liver Transplant, Living & Deceased Donor Liver Transplant, Complex Liver Resections, and several other specialized operative and post-operative facilities.
Other specialties at Artemis include the Minimally Invasive & Bariatric Surgery Centre, the Transplant Centre (Liver, Kidney, Cornea, and Bone Marrow Transplant), the Woman and Child Centre, the Critical Care and Pulmonology Centre, the Gastrosciences Centre, and the Cosmetology and Plastic Surgery Centre—each led by brilliant and experienced teams of medical care professionals.
Heart of the matter
Among these many centres of excellence at Artemis, one that deserves special focus is the Heart Centre, led by eminent cardiologist Dr. (Col) Manjinder Sandhu. Armed with state-of-the-art technology and world-class medical expertise, the department’s team of cardiologists, and cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons provide all-round care for the heart and circulatory system.
Before joining Artemis, Dr. Sandhu was the Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiology at Batra Hospital and Medical Research Center, New Delhi. Prior to that, he had a distinguished career in the Army Medical Corps and was last posted as Senior Adviser (Medicine and Cardiology) at Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt. Dr. Sandhu has been actively mentoring postgraduate students in Medicine and Cardiology and has also been a Principal Investigator in research projects of Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. He has also been the accompanying cardiologist to the President of India on tours.
Transforming lives with technology
In its drive to create an integrated world-class health care system, Artemis Hospitals boasts of infrastructure backed by cutting-edge medical technology, with some of the most advanced equipment in predictive, diagnostic and therapeutic imaging.
In addition, the hospital tries to create a patient-centric environment by ensuring high standards of safety and quality. This is done by through rigorous implementation of robust clinical and non-clinical process and protocols.
Awards and accolades
The world-class standards of excellence and expertise at Artemis have been recognized not just by its patients but also the industry: The hospital has won several awards and accolades for its service. Some of these include the Most Promising Start-Up of the Year (2007) award by Express Healthcare magazine, Best IT Implementation for the Year (2008) by PC Quest magazine for Hospital Information System, Best institute for Medical Value (2010) by The CNBC Awaaz travel awards, and Asia Pacific Hand hygiene excellence Award in 2011 by World Health Organisation (WHO).
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