July 2017

Indogulf Hospital Closing the Quality Gaps in Global Healthcare

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With an aim to serve the needy,  is building 200-bedded hospital with all diagnostic services including catheterisation laboratory, blood bank and paramedical teaching institute in Conakry, the capital and largest city of Guinea in West Africa. He is also planning to have diagnostic and nursing homes in the surrounding countries. In a conversation with Gautam Debroy of Elets News Networks (ENN), the Managing Director of the Indogulf Hospital, tells about his future plans and ongoing projects. Excerpts:

Q. The Indogulf Hospital is recognised as one of the best hospitals in the National Capital Region (NCR), what are your key specialties?

The Indogulf Hospital started diagnostic services in the year 2002 and was the first one to start diagnostics in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Seven years ago, the hospital started the indoor facility. We are providing quality healthcare services and ours is the best rated medium sized hospital in the region. We are providing specialised services in neurology, obstetrics and gynecology and orthopedics.

Q. The hospital has made its presence globally with a centre in Guinea. Tell us more about it.

Most of the countries in Africa are still under developed. The quality of medical facilities being offered is very poor and the patients have to travel to other countries for quality medical treatment. I am building a 200-bedded hospital in Conakry with all the diagnostic services including catheterisation laboratory, blood bank and paramedical teaching institute. It is one of a kind hospital in Guinea and other nearby countries. I am grateful to Prof Alpha Conde, President, Republic of Guinea, who helped me to implement the project.

Q. The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Sia Nyama Koroma, recently visited your hospital in Noida. What was the result of her visit?

The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Sia Nyama Koroma, visited the Indogulf Hospital in Noida on our invitation. She is very keen to develop a chain of maternity centres and schools in her country.

The First Lady was accompanied by Madam Rahman Madina, Deputy Health Minister of Sierra Leone and other delegates. They came here to have first hand information on developing medical and educational institutes. The aim of her visit was also to meet prospective investors for Sierra Leone particularly in sectors like health, education, agriculture and hospitality services.

She visited Indogulf Hospital, as it has developed its brand identity as the provider of quality medical services to the rich as well as poor of the society.

Q. What are the future plans of Indogulf Hospital?

Yes, in the times to come I do plan diagnostic and nursing homes in the countries surrounding Guinea. But for now, I am concentrating on Sierra Leone.

Sierra Leone is one of the Commonwealth countries. Dr Ernest Bai Koroma is the President of Republic of Sierra Leone and he has initiated the country on the path of development. His vision and mission is to work for the upliftment of his country with the help of international support.

The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Sia Nyama Koroma, visited the Indogulf Hospital in Noida on our invitation. She is very keen to develop a chain of maternity centres and schools in her country.

Sierra Leone needs serious medical attention. The country has already successfully put up a fight against Ebola virus. Building hospital in Sierra Leone will definitely serve the people of neighbouring countries as well.

Q. What do you think about the present healthcare system in India?

The healthcare system in India is rated as one of the best in the world. There is a tremendous medical tourism potential in India because of affordable cost of treatment and quality services almost at par with developed countries.

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