NEW DELHI: Kalra Hospital Sri Ram Cardio Thoracic Neurosciences Centre, Delhi, seeks to bridge the gap between the needy patients and the fast evolving medical technology. Various social activities such as free OPD, services to senior citizens, free health check-up camps are undertaken in this hospital as an on-going process.
Dr RN Kalra, Medical Director & CEO of the hospital, said, “Deserving patients are referred to us and many have received free medical and surgical services including high end procedures like CABG, Valve replacement, Cancer treatment, Orthopedic surgery etc.”
He pointed out that the organization has undertaken numerous projects for the welfare of those most in need and is always on the look out for more ways to extend a helping hand.
“The government, NGOs, RWAs, religious places always reach out to us, in Delhi and neighboring states. We do a lot of our work ourselves and have a full-fledged team for this,” he added.
“We understand that heart disease is unique to each patient, so we tailor treatment plans according to patient’s specific cardiology needs. Our goal is to deliver high-quality heart care that will help our patients lead active lives.”
With 150 beds, the hospital offers various health care services such as cardiology, 24×7 emergency services, burns and plastic surgery, dentistry, nephrology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, cancer treatment, vascular treatment, rheumatology and critical care.
Dr Kalra shares, “Our goals will be met through educational conferences, and consulting with hospitals throughout New Delhi and India, as we develop the region’s next generation of critical care specialists.”
The medical education programs at Kalra Hospital focus on the enhancement of the professional clinical knowledge of doctors and also provides visiting medical students with an immersive introduction to the health system in India designed to help them become well-rounded, successful doctors, said Dr Kalra.