The multi-specialty tertiary care branch of Fortis Hospital at Shalimar Bagh has received 3 Star rating for its building by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India, under the Ministry of Power, making it the only hospital from Delhi to receive such recognition. FICCI also awarded it the FICCI HEAL 2014 Award for Excellence in Branding, Marketing & Image building. It adjudged First Runner-up in the FICCI HEAL 2014 Poster Presentation.
As part of the 100 Days action plan for power sector initiatives of the Government of India, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency is ranking hospitals and multi-storey residential buildings for being energy efficient with star ratings. Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh is the only hospital in Delhi to receive such recognition. In the past, the hospital has won a 3 Star TERI GRIHA rating.
Mr Jasdeep Singh, Zonal Director, Fortis Healthcare said, It is a moment of gratification to be awarded with three prestigious titles. These recognitions underscore Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Baghs continued commitment towards sustainability and the environment. At Fortis, it is our endeavour to continuously improve upon our own benchmarks of patient satisfaction, service quality, clinical outcomes and efficiency. We will continue to build on our services and enhance the experience for patient care.
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh received won two awards at the FICCI HEAL 2014 Awards. It has received an award for its excellence in Branding, Marketing & Image Building and was declared the first runners up in the poster presentation among 25 finalists. It was recognised for its marketing and branding efforts for the Golden Age Club, an initiative directed at senior citizens. Supported by strong visual communication, the initiative turned branding into bonding, building a strong connect with the target community. The Golden Age Club provides the elderly a platform to share and interact with others, and honours them for their contribution to the society. Fortis runs a strong anti-microbial programme across all its facilities.
The theme of the poster competition was Innovation for Better Healthcare. The hospitals abstract on The Humble Cell Phone – A platform for innovation, an unprecedented opportunity was shortlisted from among 75 entries. The hospital also showcased the mobile application on the Antimicrobial Stewardship Programme, titled Battling the Bugs: A SMART Approach. Considering the innovation, relevance and scalability of the application, Fortis Shalimar Bagh was declared the first runners up in the competition.