City-based super specialty Care Hospital on Friday announced the completion of its mega outpatient centre in the city. Former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam would launch the outpatient centre, billed as India’s first and largest Integrated Outpatient Centre and one-stop solution for all health care problems of the people, on Monday. Chairman of Care Hospitals Dr Soma Raju and CEO Dr Krishna Reddy spoke to media persons in this regard. “With state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities, advanced medical technology and equipment for surgical procedures and fully trained health professionals, the centre would provide qualitatively superior integrated health care services to the people under one roof.
“No new charges would be imposed on patients for medical consultations as well as treatment procedures at the new centre,” said Dr Somaraju. The centre would consist of 100 consultation rooms and can cater to around 3,000 patients per day, Dr Somaraju said. The doctors said that expectations of people had changed drastically. Accordingly, new medical interventions had been introduced in the treatment of various diseases. Apart from this, the centre would also have a separate committee for continuous monitoring and self analysis as well as for introducing changes in antibiotic applications for treatment of different diseases in accordance with the outcomes of treated patients. “It will be a one-stop solution for meeting all health needs of the people. It will cater to a wide variety of outpatient services such as specialty consultation, wellness centre, daycare surgeries with post-operative beds, dialysis unit, lifestyle clinic, non-invasive labs, surgical rehabilitation, including lab services such as haematology, biochemistry, microbiology and clinical pathology etc, in a single place,” explained Dr Krishna Reddy, CEO, CARE Hospitals.