Apr 25, 2022
Corporate healthcare providers are ably
Complimenting the public healthcare
Network in Bihar, to fast-track the state
Towards attaining medical self-sufficiency
Healthcare in Bihar is seeing a growing trend of consolidation with the entry of corporate players, and a strong realization regarding the need for quality care. In fact, Patna is driving this growth in healthcare infrastructure, with the establishment of Paras HMRI Hospital being the high-point of this growth.
“Paras HMRI Hospital has, within a short period of less than two years, revolutionized the healthcare landscape in Bihar by providing the entire spectrum of tertiary care and super specialty services under a single roof. This has come as a boon for the people of the state,
Who, till, recently, were forced to travel to other cities for specialized, quality medical services
The hospital has, within a short period of less than two years, revolutionized the healthcare landscape in Bihar by providing the entire spectrum of tertiary care and super specialty services under a single roof. This has come as a boon for the people of the state, who, till recently, were forced to travel the other cities for specialized, quality medical services.
In the last two years, Paras HMRI Hospital has registered phenomenal figures: more than 1.75 lakh consultations, approx 5,000 cardiac procedures, and approx 10,000 surgeries. The premier yet affordable healthcare provider has conducted around 5,000 orthopedic interventions, 3,361 general and laparoscopic surgeries, 1,039 neurosurgical procedures, 3,029 oncological interventions, and 2,549 cardiac procedures. Their total admission number stands at 22,211, while the average OPD per day is 450.
The most notable achievement of Paras HMRI Hospital, however, is its oncological wing, Paras Cancer Centre. Oral cancer treatment at this hospital is a case in point.
Bihar is considered as the capital of oral cancer in India. About 80,000 cases of cancer are diagnosed every year and about 50,000 deaths are reported from it. Bihar has also registered the third highest number of cancer deaths in the country after UP and Maharashtra.
Amid such alarming figures and in sharp contrast to the hopelessness associated with oncological interventions in the state. Paras HMRI Hospital offers world-class cancer treatment services. With state-of-the-art equipment and a team comprising the best medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, hemato oncologists and head and neck surgeons, it stands as a testimony of quality medical care and resolute assurance in oncology.
Within just a year of its inception, Paras Cancer Centre has treated hundreds of patients, partnered with renowned institutions to build awareness about the disease, and taken significant steps to provide affordable cancer care. Today, it stands as a favorable treatment centre in the state and doctors from major cancer centers across India routinely refer patients to it for treatment.
With its combination of quality healthcare and affordability, Paras HMRI Hospital is a leading example of how corporate hospitals are ably complimenting the public healthcare network in Bihar, to fast-track the state towards attaining medical self-sufficiency.