Renova Hospitals, a Multi-Specialty Hospital Chain with its branches at Langar Houz, Sanath Nagar, Kompally and Banjara Hills and has forayed into Cancer Care by inaugurating Renova Soumya Cancer Hospital, its first cancer care facility at Kharkana, Secunderabad.
It was inaugurated by Prof.Abhijat Sheth, President, National Board of Examinations as chief guest along Prof. Shiva Kant Misra, Vice President, National Board of Examinations who was the Guest of Honor to the event.
The event was also attended by Dr Ajay Kumar, Former Member, National Board of Examinations and Dr E Ravindra Reddy, National Vice President Elect, Indian Medical Association as Special Guests.
Welcoming the Guests Dr P. Sridhar, Managing Director, Renova Hospitals, Hyderabad, explained the facilities offered by the hospital. He revealed that the new facility at Kharkana is a 100 bedded hospital that was setup with an investment of Rs.60 crore. He also revealed that in future another 40 beds will be added to the current facility. Further explaining the features and services of the newly inaugurated hospitals, Sridhar said that, the hospital with state-of-art technology and best medical expertise will provide treatments for all kinds of cancer. Further revealing the facilities Dr Sridhar has explained that the hospital will be having True Beam with Hyper Arc radiation machine, the first in Hyderabad and 4D PET CT for accurate diagnosis. Further explaining about the future plans, Dr Sridhar explained that, Renova is planning to setup around 10 cancer facilities in various parts of India that includes Delhi, Allahabad, Jaipur etc., with an investment of around Rs.500 crores.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Abhijat Sheth, President, National Board of Examinations, expressed confidence that India will win the war against COVID. He asked Renova Soumya Cancer Hospitals to provide affordable cancer care to the people residing in Hyderabad without compromising the quality. At the same, the hospital has to ensure the quality of the care and it should ensure that the quality of the services should not be compromised in the name of affordability, He suggested. He hoped that with this kind of mission only India can provide quality care to all strata of people.
Further speaking on the occasion, Prof. Shiva Kant Misra, Vice President, National Board of Examinations, emphasized the need to create corporate style health care establishments but at affordable cost. He said that this can be achieved only with the establishment of smaller hospitals with 100 bed capacity. But the success would depend upon only when they provide all the specialty services under one roof, he added. While doing so these hospitals should not compromise the quality of services, he hoped.
Finally speaking on the occasion Dr Ravindra Reddy, National Vice President Elect, Indian Medical Association, explained that Hyderabad has become major health centre not only for Telugu speaking peoples but also for Karnataka, Maharashtra. He hoped that Renova Soumya Cancer Hospital will continue that tradition and name.