Business Bureau :
WHEN it comes to the commitment of enabling affordable, comprehensive and the most advanced healthcare possible, Central India banks on its unmatched player, Kingsway Hospitals. Adding to their legacy, the hospitals now has an active liver disease and transplant unit. This addition becomes significant with national medical statistics in its background. For instance, close to 40,000 people die every year while waiting for a liver transplant. Only one out of 10 patients who need a liver, receive one. This development is a welcome step in the face of a fact that majority of states do not even have liver donation programmes and hence patients are forced to long distances and spend considerable sum of money to get treatment.
It’s needless to say that with such infrastructural unavailability, a patients aftercare follow up and health issues forces the same patients to keep travelling and spending money over and over again. Which now is going to change. Needless to say that the credit goes to the directors and management of Kingsway Hospitals who continue their tireless effort of bringing such lifesaving medical services to the people. Led by Dr Prakash Jain, Liver Transplant Surgeon and Dr Samir Patil and Amol Samarth, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Herpetologists, Kingsway Hospitals now will be able to cater a wide range of patients. The hospitals has tied up with Dr Vivek Vij, Director and Consultant Transplant Surgeon of Advanced Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences at Fortis Hospitals, Delhi-NCR.