One of the city’s leading multi-speciality hospitals, Parul Sevashram Hospital recently celebrated a decade of providing excellent and comprehensive medical services to the communities in Vadodara, Gujarat and all over India. With the aim to save and improve the quality of life, the hospital initiated 10 events which were platforms to reach out to society. Furthermore, the hospital is a home of wellness which has grown and expanded its wings to accommodate 750 beds as a result, this NABH accredited hospital has become one of the leading and successful healthcare centres in Vadodara.
As part of the 10 events, the staff members went forth to donate valuable items to the surrounding communities which were conducted successfully under the Joy of Giving initiative, under which eye glasses were also given to the needy. “As a hospital this achievement is truly a great milestone for us and to commemorate this, we organised a few headlining events where hospital staff contributed to the joy of giving and donated items to needy people, quality and safety drive & blood donation drive were conducted in the hospital, felicitation of our patient survivors and free community health awareness camps. We also organised a felicitation ceremony for our doctors and staffs, said Ms. Ekta Modi the Hospital’s Chief Operating Officer. In an effort to impact lives, star doctors and medical staff. As a part of its commemoration community screening camps were conducted and more than 200 beneficiaries received these services.
World Patient Safety Day is celebrated across the world on 17 September. With the aim of promoting patient safety by increasing awareness and engagement, enhancing quality and safety at the workplace, poster competition was organized where the safety norms, practices etc were displayed, continuous training were imparted and role plays were conducted. In addition, the hospital’s patient survivors were felicitated with the Parul Arogya card to share hope and ease the burden of healthcare service to their families.
Through the recent patient-centric development the hospital introduced more advanced treatment facilities such as kidney transplant centres and others. As a part of healthcare excellence, free community screening camps were organized and more than 200 beneficiaries took the benefit. “PSH has not only been providing a holistic based approach to health care but the hospital has been advancing the scope of medical training to students by offering state of-the-art facilities through the support and guidance of expert medical professionals. Our aim is to provide affordable and quality health services which align with our vision, Health for all and we will continuously ensure that this is achieved in our hospital,” shared Dr. Geetika Patel, Medical Director of Parul Sevashram Hospital.