Shahra Hospital Vision Essay

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The mission of Sahara Hospital is to provide quality healthcare with compassion efficiency.To apply and share new technologyTo Promote and environment in the hospital that facilitates protection of patent’s rights and commitment towards patient careTo include preventive healthcare practices in addition to treatment applications without discrimination of religion, Language, Race and Gender.Vision
To set a benchmark of excellence in advanced, hi tech multi disciplinary medical services in Asia, Offering high quality healthcare and tertiary care facilities.Quality Policy
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MAKING ITS FORAY IN THE HEALTH CARE ARENA, Sahara group started its operations on Sahara Hospital on 12th February 2009.The Multispecialty, Tertiary care medical destination is currently operating with 52 specialties.Sahara hospital’s aesthetical design combines well with functional values to deliver a most satisfying experience to the patients and as well as their near and dear ones. The ambience is not only pleasing to the eyes but also touches hearts. With dedicated, expert and experienced doctors around, you are assured of quality, compassionate care and the most important, healing touch. Sahara hospital is now providing high quality & cost effective services, coupled with the warmth and caring nature that only true Indian hospitality can provide. As Multispecialty, Tertiary care destination, Sahara Hospital offers a high order of integrated quality healthcare with the availability of all super specialties and latest generation diagnostic facilities under one roof.
We have developed special protocol for prompt & integrated management of Poly trauma & acute strokes with the availability of Neurosurgery, General Surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery,Microvascular surgery , Cardiothoracic surgery, Vascular surgery, Urology ,ENT surgery, Gastro surgery, Eye Surgery, Endocrine surgery, Dental and Maxillo- facial surgery supported by round the clock services of world class blood bank for safe & prompt availability of Blood components, Latest Generation diagnostics including 64 slice Cardiac CT, MRI, Lab Medicine supported by ultraclean Operation TheatresOur hospital is always at your service 24 hours-seven days of the week. For any Emergency Admission please contact 24 hours help desk 0522-6780001 or 6780002. For any enquiry /registration please contact 0522 6782159(from 8.30 a.m. to 4.00p.m.) |
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Core Strengths |
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All Clinical Specialties are available under One Roof |
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A Rich Pool of Human Resource |
* Highly qualified experienced & Skilled Doctors and trained Paramedical professionals. * Surgical specialists & Super specialist of all Surgical Specialties * Round the clock presence of qualified & dedicated staff * Nursing college with a constant resource of the most qualified nurses. |
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Best-in-Class Equipments. Delivering the Best Results |
* Specialist to manage poly trauma...

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