Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals hosted the 2nd Autumn CME, an excellent forum for interaction and experience sharing; aiming at community connect of medical fraternity
In its endeavour to build awareness and consciousness Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata organised a continuous medical education workshop and a live interactive training session for the doctors as well as for the medical students on advancement and advantage of technical support in medical care.
The faculty involved highly esteemed and experienced group of National experts and Consultants from the Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals. With a participation of over 500 delegates from the medical fraternity from various parts of Eastern India, the Autumn CME was an excellent forum which served as a unique platform where the healthcare leaders shared their experiences and exchanged knowledge and expertise on patient safety which in turn could help in implementing best practices at all levels.
The secret behind the service excellence of Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata is in its modularity of service, clinical excellence, technology and best skilled work force. Since patient safety is the cornerstone of a patient-centric healthcare system, the workshop was focused on issues like how the doctors and other health care professionals can take care of the emergency situations, tackle with complex medical situations and importance of preliminary care.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Rupali Basu, President and CEO, Eastern Region, Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata Group, India, said, “Nothing would be better if we use technology to create a seamless health care system, one where people and machines would work together to improve patient safety. This would bring about greater efficiency, be less expensive and at the same time improve treatment processes. Over the years, we have emerged as a beacon of hope and miracle. Honouring this faith, we are and we will continue the legacy of love and care, the true Apollo Gleneagles touch.”