Paras Healthcare, one of the country’s leading healthcare providers, has opened a new multi super speciality hospital in Panchkula – the largest private facility in the city – aiming to fill the specialized tertiary care gap in the under-served region.
Paras Hospitals, Panchkula, the new 232-bed hospital, is the first in the region to provide comprehensive cancer care facilities ranging from chemotherapy, surgical oncology, radiation therapy and nuclear medicine.
It is the first hospital in Panchkula to have a PET CT Scan machine, the latest technology which aids in cancer detection. The radiation oncology will include the latest third generation technology of LINAC and will provide Precision Radiotherapy along with VMAT, IGRT, IMRT.
In all, the hospital provides 32 specialties and centres of excellence consisting of – Cardiac Sciences, Oncology, Neurosciences, Orthopedics & Joint Replacement, Nephrology & Kidney Transplant, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, to name a few.
“We are very happy to announce that our new hospital in Panchkula has commenced operations. The objective behind starting a multi-specialty hospital in Panchkula, which is the largest in the city, is to become a leading provider of world class tertiary care in the region,” said Dr Dharminder Nagar, Managing Director, Paras Healthcare.
“We will also cater to patients from adjoining cities such as Shimla, Saharanpur, Karnal, Sangrur, etc. who currently have to travel all the way to Mohali to seek specialized medical facilities in private sector. With this facility we aim to fill a major void in the availability of specialized tertiary care to people of the region,” Nagar further said.