CIMS – Ahmedabad gets new Multi-Super Specialty hospitalNovember 18, 2010
CIMS – Ahmedabad gets new Multi-Super Specialty hospital
Ahmedabad, 18 November, 2010
The health of the Amdavadis is in expert hands, hereafter. Care Institute of Medical Sciences (CIMS), an ultra-modern 150-bed multi-super specialty (and 22 storey expansion plans with 450 beds has been submitted to Gujarat Government for approval), world class health services hospital was today unveiled on the Science City Road, in Ahmedabad. Spread over 17000 sq. yards, CIMS is a spacious, state-of-the-art building with courtyards and atriums designed to provide medical services and nursing care of the highest standards in all disciplines of medicine and surgery. Well equipped with advanced equipment and supported by qualified, experienced, dedicated doctors and caring staff, CIMS Hospital offers a unique healing touch to Ahmedabad.
Developed and supported by a group of eminent Medical Professionals including highly acclaimed interventional cardiologist Dr. Keyur Parikh and his team, CIMS hospital boasts of few unique aspects that make it special. The entire hospital is designed and structured for easy movement of patients. The hospital has been developed so as to promote the green building concept. In line with the concept, the hospital premise is filled with natural sunlight & greens making it a cheerful place to be in.
Elaborating on the green building concept, Dr Keyur Parikh, Chairman of the hospital said, “At CIMS, we have made conscious decisions in planning and structuring the hospital building to help in environment conservation. Natural sunlight, green plantations, use of eco-friendly construction materials, installations of rain water harvesting pits, installation of sewage plants to recycle water and using NComputing to save electrical energy are the first tentative steps taken by us to create a greener world. We feel by adopting these environment- friendly initiatives, we are doing our best towards social responsibility.”
The hospital also scores high on technological excellence. State-of-the-art Cardiac-Cathlab (fastest in the world with automatic “7 second” angiography) intensive care units, sleep lab, high-frequency ventilator for neonates, 8 OTs with 4 fully modular with LED lights (energy & carbon savings), modular operation theaters with class 100 laminar air flow- only place in Gujarat to offer such combination.
Commenting on the hospital’s technological capabilities, Dr. Milan Chag said, “Technological superiority forms the backbone for the human medical resources to deliver their services efficiently and safely. At CIMS, we have equipped ourselves with the latest, state-of-the-art medical and surgical equipments to deliver the best and safest medical care to our patients.”
CIMS also believes in welfare of the society, philanthropy and humanitarianism. Towards this end, the institute plans to run a foundation for aiding the poor and the needy in getting the necessary medical help. Talking about the foundation, Dr Parikh said, “We believe every human being has a fundamental right of access to medical treatment. CIMS Foundation is an effort to contribute to the cause of medical welfare. It is an effort to aid the financially deprived section of the society by delivering them the right medical care”. CIMS has a meaningful mission statement – Care Innovation Modern Technology Save Lives i.e. to provide superior quality health care using Innovative and Modern technologies to Save lives. Going by the efforts put in by the promoters, this project is bound to be a success amongst the medical fraternity as well as the patients. Collaboration with International multiple hospitals (USA) and doctors has been planned.
“Our aim is to harness science and latest innovations to give patients a new healthy life. We believe in giving back to the society by way of service. CIMS Hospital will abide by the core values of integrity, commitment, human touch and social awareness”, concluded Dr. Parikh.
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