SAKRA Information Centre Launch

SAKRA World Hospital, a leading healthcare organization based in Bangalore, has partnered with Raksha Kavach Diagnostic Private Limited to establish the SAKRA Information Centre in Bardhaman, West Bengal. The centre aims to grant the people of Bardhaman access to top-tier medical professionals by providing monthly OPDs with Sakra World Hospital doctors specializing in Neurosurgery, Cardiac Surgery, Gastroenterology, and Urology.

The inauguration event was attended by Mr. Kamanasish Sen, Superintendent of Police of Purba Bardhaman district, Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO, Sakra World Hospital, and Mr. Sukanta Ghosh, Director, Raksha Kavach Diagnostic. Mr. Kamanasish Sen expressed his appreciation for the partnership, stating, “This joint initiative between Sakra Hospital and Raksha Kavach is focused on enhancing the health and well-being of the residents of Bardhaman.”

SAKRA World Hospital combines Indian clinical expertise with advanced Japanese technology to provide world-class medical care to the people of Bangalore and Karnataka. The hospital, located on Outer Ring Road in Marathahalli, Bengaluru, has a capacity of 350 beds and offers a wide range of specialties, including Neuro Sciences, Cardiac Sciences, Orthopaedics, Women and Child Health, Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences, and Renal Sciences.

As India’s first MNC hospital and a Japanese brand led by Toyota Tsusho and SECOM, SAKRA Hospital features 12 integrated modular operation theatres (OTs) with cutting-edge technologies. These include OR integration solutions that facilitate video input recording, saving, and displaying from multiple sources such as surgical cameras, peripheral cameras, and MIS cameras.

Regarding the SAKRA Information Centre, Mr. Lovekesh Phasu, COO of Sakra World Hospital, stated, “This centre is our way of ensuring that the people of Bardhaman have streamlined access to essential knowledge and top medical specialists. We are devoted to providing specialized, comprehensive, and tailored medical care to the residents of the region.”