SDH will now run under brand Accord Hospitals

ST CORRESPONDENT
Monday, 1 October 2018

The hospital has a tie-up with most insurance companies and corporates and a cashless facility is available at the hospital for the convenience of patients.

PUNE: Sant Dnyaneshwar Hospital (SDH), a multi-speciality hospital, will now run under the brand of Accord Hospital. The hospital, which currently has 150 operational beds, will soon be expanded to 300 beds.

After taking over, the Accord management has upgraded the clinical infrastructure at Accord SDH by adding the latest medical equipment and by making improvements in the clinical infrastructure of the hospital.

A team of skilled specialist and super specialist doctors from Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) area are now available for consultation every day at the hospital, ensuring quick and prompt access to medical services 24x7. A team of 350 medical professionals work round the clock striving hard to deliver world-class clinical outcomes.

The hospital has a tie-up with most insurance companies and corporates and a cashless facility is available at the hospital for the convenience of patients. The hospital is also in the process of getting itself certified by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH). This will ensure world-class clinical protocols for the convenience of patients.

Accord SDH Hospital is a multi-speciality hospital, which also offers gynaecology, ophthalmology, oncology, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, dermatology, medicine, neurology, chest medicine, ear-nose-throat (ENT), obstetrics, dental and orthopaedic services.

New modalities like open heart surgery, IVF and bariatric surgery have been added to the list of services available at the hospital.

While addressing media, Dr Deepali Chinchole, Managing Director and IVF specialist at Accord Hospitals said that Accord SDH has 20 intensive care beds currently, which are always full and we intend to add 20 additional beds by December to cater to the shortage of critical care beds in this region. 

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