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Fortis Healthcare to open next-generation hospital in India
Fortis Healthcare Limited has unveiled vision for its next generation hospital, the ‘Fortis Memorial Research Institute (Fortis Memorial), which will open soon in Gurgaon, India.
The Fortis Memorial has been envisioned as a one stop, multi-super specialty quaternary care hospital providing medical excellence in Asia. To be developed as a first-of-its-kind in Asia, the hospital will adopt a patient centric approach. The facility has been designed with sensitivity, keeping in mind the anxiety and stress of patients and their families. The overall ambience and facilities support total healing with an emphasis on complete cure.
Set on a spacious 12 acre campus with an eventual capacity of 1000 beds, this ultra-modern facility utilises and showcases some of the latest technologies in use in world-class health care. Some of the milestone technologies at the hospital include the first and only pilot project for precision Radio-surgery in the world, integrated operating and procedure rooms, digitised critical care cubicles, advanced Cath-labs, transplant rooms, endoscopy suites, private birthing centres, a state-of-the-art radiation wing and a stem cell lab.
The hospital will also feature a range of wellness services for patient’s relatives and friends such as a swimming pool for hydrotherapy, a fully equipped gymnasium and spa for health and wellness, several Art ‘n’ Health programmes, a mini theatre, retail therapy outlets for immediate needs and a food court providing a choice of dining options.
Fortis Healthcare Limited operates in Australia, Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong, India, Mauritius, New Zealand, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Vietnam with 76 hospitals, over 12,000 beds, over 600 primary care centres, 194 day care speciality centres, and over 230 diagnostic centres.