Seventh Day Aventist Hospital, Surat





The busy Surat city sited in the state of Gujarat, is a forerunner of Indian industries. The city is bursting at the beams with a populace comprising of local citizens, tourists as well as potential job seekers. This has necessitated that the government spruce up the infrastructure and ameliorate the Surat health care facilities. A relatively new hospital, that has been a turning point in the fate of the city's medical aids is the Seventh Day Aventist Hospital, Surat.

The Seventh Day Aventist Hospital is the latest venture of the city's health department that is working in collaboration with the renowned super specialty hospital chain, Wockhart Hospitals. The hospital was established in the city in December 2006 to meet the international standards of quality health care. An exclusive heart hospital, the Seventh Day Aventist Hospital, Surat is endowed with 120 beds and state of the art infrastructure.

The hospital's specializes in advanced cardiac treatment as well as the medical prognosis of complicated heart ailments. The hospital has over successful 78,000 angioplasties and 35,000 bypass surgeries to its credit. Besides the hospital conscientiously adheres to ethics of medicine and also treats their patients with compassion and care. v Another advantage of establishing a tie up with the Wockhart group of hospitals is their close nexus with the Harvard Medical School that aids the hospital to procure information on the latest world class health practices, new innovations and discoveries in medicine and research.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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