SAKRA Information Centre Opens in Bardhaman, Bringing High-Quality Healthcare to the Community
In a collaborative initiative, SAKRA World Hospital and Raksha Kavach Diagnostic Private Limited have established the SAKRA Information Centre in Bardhaman, West Bengal. The centre’s primary goal is to make exceptional medical care accessible to the people of Bardhaman by providing monthly OPDs with doctors from Sakra World Hospital who specialize in Neurosurgery, Cardiac Surgery, Gastroenterology, and Urology.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by Mr. Kamanasish Sen, Superintendent of Police of Purba Bardhaman district, Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO, Sakra World Hospital, and Mr. Sukanta Ghosh, Director, Raksha Kavach Diagnostic. Mr. Kamanasish Sen praised the joint effort, saying, “This partnership between Sakra Hospital and Raksha Kavach demonstrates a strong commitment to enhancing the health and well-being of the people of Bardhaman.”
Located in Marathahalli, Bengaluru, SAKRA World Hospital is a leading healthcare organization that combines the strengths of Indian clinical talent with advanced Japanese technology. The hospital has 350 beds and covers a wide range of specialties, including Neuro Sciences, Cardiac Sciences, Orthopaedics, Women and Child Health, Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences, and Renal Sciences.
As India’s first MNC hospital and a Japanese brand under the leadership of Toyota Tsusho and SECOM, SAKRA Hospital is equipped with 12 integrated modular operation theatres (OTs) that feature state-of-the-art technologies, such as OR integration solutions. These solutions enable video input recording, saving, and displaying from various sources like surgical cameras, peripheral cameras, and MIS cameras.
Regarding the newly launched SAKRA Information Centre, Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO of Sakra World Hospital, commented, “This initiative showcases our dedication to providing the residents of Bardhaman with easy access to crucial knowledge and the best medical experts. We’re devoted to offering specialized, focused, and tailored medical care to the community.”