Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital Completes Two Years Innovation With Human Touch
Developing an affordable and efficient healthcare system by balancing preventive and curative measures, and by establishing and enduring doctor-patient relationship with a well-defined focussed vision, the medical army of Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital (PCH) has been working with toiling and laborious efforts rendering selfless services for the uplift of society for last two years. Dealing with continuous highs and scaling new heights, Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital has successfully completed its two years. To mark this occasion, a function was organised with a spiritual fervent, i.e. bhajan sandhya, on December 19, 2010, by Sadhvi Ritambhara.
Sadhvi Ritambhara praised the efforts of the Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, which has been making efforts diligently for a healthy nation. She was present at the time of excavation of Pushpanjali hospital on December 2006 and on November 11, 2008 she performed the rituals of Vastu Anushthan. And after then, Pushpanjali achieved a huge success one after the another.
“We have the greatest achievement that we have been accredited by NABH certification by Quality Council of India. Fifty-eight hospitals are affiliated by NABH including Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital,” said Mr Vinay Aggarwal, Chairman of Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital. Dr Aggarwal elaborated the achievements proudly by saying that Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital is now having North India best Galaxy Cancer Institute with IGRT linear accelerator and 32 channel Branchy therapy. Under the guidance of Dr A Sampath Kumar, Ex-Head, CTVS, AIIMS, and Dr Ganesh Mani, Senior CTVS Surgeon, PCH boasts of having one of the best cardiac institutes in the country.
In his speech during the event, some pioneering facts were pointed out by the Chairman of PCH: “We have best medical services available in the fields of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Knee & Hip replacements, Health Check-up, Dental Optima Plus, Shroff Eye Centre, Mother & Child Care, Advanced Diagnostic, etc.” He informed: “We have also started our Nuclear Medicine Department. Not only this, but also PCH is the one and only hospital to install CNG-fired generators making it a green hospital. PCH is also mercury-free and completely non-smoking hospital.”
Being the head of the organisation, a beaming Mr Aggarwal clearly defined the theme of the year: “We will make the difference.” Furthermore, he is supervising the Indian Medical Association being its President. Later on, he also emphasised the need of the hour in medical profession highlighting the main issues of replacing the member of MCI through democratic elected members, opening more medical colleges, stopping violence against doctors and medical establishment, etc.
The programme was attended by eminent dignitaries and public in a large number. Moreover, the public present at the function took the full advantage of the opportunity, who were enlightened by the awe-struck pravachans of Sadhvi Ritambhara.