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MoU signed by Coimbatore hospital

15 June 2017 | News

Sri Ramakrishna hospital, Coimbatore signed a MoU with Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai, for performing liver transplants at the hospital and also for training specialists.

Sri Ramakrishna hospital, Coimbatore signed a MoU with Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai, for performing liver transplants at the hospital and also for training specialists.

The scope of the MoU involves performance and post-operative care after transplantation in the hospital, training of various specialists in liver transplantation and allied fields and gradual transfer of techniques and technology to the hospital.

The specialties include liver surgery, liver anaesthesia, liver intensive care, transplant hepatology, pediatric hepatology, transplant infectious diseases and provision of blood banking services for this highly demanding team work.

Nurses in operation theatre, ICU and wards from the hospital would be trained by Gleneagles as per the MoU. Gleneagles Global Hospitals is part of Parkway Pantai, a fully owned subsidiary of IHH Healthcare. In India, Gleneagles Global Hospitals operates a chain of multi-super specialty hospitals offering tertiary and quaternary healthcare services with over 2,000 beds and state-of the-art, world-class hospitals in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai. A pioneer in kidney, liver, heart and lung transplants, Gleneagles Global Hospitals provides comprehensive multi-organ transplant services in the country.

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