Bardhaman Gains Access to World-Class Medical Care with New SAKRA Information Centre
SAKRA World Hospital and Raksha Kavach Diagnostic Private Limited have joined forces to launch the SAKRA Information Centre in Bardhaman, West Bengal. This initiative aims to bring top-notch medical care to the people of Bardhaman by offering monthly OPDs conducted by Sakra World Hospital doctors who specialize in Neurosurgery, Cardiac Surgery, Gastroenterology, and Urology.
Mr. Kamanasish Sen, Superintendent of Police of Purba Bardhaman district, commended the partnership during the inauguration ceremony. The event was also attended by Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO, Sakra World Hospital, and Mr. Sukanta Ghosh, Director, Raksha Kavach Diagnostic. Mr. Kamanasish Sen said, “The collaboration between Sakra Hospital and Raksha Kavach is an excellent example of dedication to improving the health and overall well-being of Bardhaman’s residents.”
Located at Outer Ring Road, Marathahalli, Bengaluru, SAKRA World Hospital is a premier healthcare organization that merges Indian clinical talent with Japanese technology. The hospital has 350 beds and serves a wide range of specialties, including Neuro Sciences, Cardiac Sciences, Orthopaedics, Women and Child Health, Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences, and Renal Sciences.
SAKRA Hospital is a Japanese brand under the guidance of Toyota Tsusho and SECOM, and it is India’s first MNC hospital. The facility features 12 integrated modular operation theatres (OTs) with advanced technologies, such as OR integration solutions that enable video input recording, saving, and displaying from various sources like surgical cameras, peripheral cameras, and MIS cameras.
Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO of Sakra World Hospital, shared his thoughts on the SAKRA Information Centre, saying, “This initiative is a reflection of our commitment to providing the people of Bardhaman with efficient access to important information and top medical specialists. We are dedicated to delivering specialized, focused, and individualized medical care to the area.”