Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna was awarded the prize for the First Multi Specialty Hospital in East India by Elets Healthcare Leaders Forum under the category of the Multi Specialty Hospital in East. The event was conducted at Kolkata on the 10th Dec 2015 at Hotel Park Plaza in Kolkata and was attended by the best medical experts, professionals and health care providers. The program was the 5th Healthcare Leadership Forum from Elets & the 1st for Eastern India. The program also witnessed the participation of the prestigious health care providers from east, government healthcare representatives from the state.
The program was inaugurated by Chandrima Bhattacharya, Minister of State, Health & Family Welfare Department, Government of West Bengal along with some eminent personalities from across several prestigious hospitals in the region.
The forum consisted of plenary sessions on some of the important issues of the healthcare primarily focusing on Eastern India. Many interesting topics like Paradigm shifts in Healthcare, IT innovation in Healthcare, Healthcare & Make In India initiatives were discussed in detail.
In the category of Multi Specialty Hospital in East the award recognized the continuous efforts of providing exceptional medical assistance in diverse medical departments while bringing the best medical expertise to provide services in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases – all under one roof.
The category had 5 nominees out of which Paras HMRI Hospital was voted as the best “First Multi-specialty in Bihar & Jharkhand Region”. The award was handed over by Chandrima Bhattacharya to Dr Ravi Shankar Singh, Zonal Director, Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna.
According to Dr Ravi Shankar Singh, “ This is an excellent gesture from the healthcare industry to recognize the pioneering initiatives of Paras Healthcare to bring about a Healthcare Revolution in Bihar. It shall be our endeavour to bridge the gap and provide specialized tertiary care to everyone, even in the hinterlands of Bihar. With our presence we wish that no household would feel the need to travel to far off locations to access specialized care. We shall continue our efforts of being the true partners in health.”