Haryana’s leading healthcare group Artemis Hospitals has launched North India’s first M6 Cyberknife Radiosurgery technology as part of its effort to provide precise, painless and non-invasive radiation treatment to thousands of patients seeking treatment of inoperable cancerous and non-cancerous tumours.
The hospital group celebrated a decade of excellence in healthcare on August 14. On the occasion, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar also laid the foundation stone for Artemis Hospital Tower II.
“With the launch of M6 Cyberknife and the new tower, we are affirming the stature of Artemis as the preferred hospital in North India. At Artemis, our endeavour is to bring the most progressive and responsive care closer to the patient,” said Onkar S Kanwar, Chairman of Artemis Hospitals, while speaking on the occasion.
Artemis Hospitals also inked an MoU with the Government of Haryana, under which the hospital group will invest approximately Rs 200 crores in the new tower which is expected to generate 2,000 direct and indirect jobs.