Fortis hospital is the leading network of India's broad-based hospitals that have international accreditation of JCI and the quality mark of the National Council for the Certification of Hospitals and Medical Institutions in India - NABH.
In the global study "topmastersinhealthcare.com" of the thirty most state of the art centers globally, the Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI) took the 2nd place.
The first network clinic, Fortis Mohali was founded in 2001, it become India's pioneer in the field of knee replacement, the treatment of aortic aneurysm, tumor surgery, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, removal of kidney tumors and complex cancer therapy.
In 2007, Fortis Hospital Mohali (FHM) was accredited by the Joint International Commission for the Quality and Safety of Medical Services (JCI). The Commission carries out repeated inspections every 3 years. The Fortis clinic was re-certified by JCI in 2010, 2013 and 2016.
In 2014, the Fortis Escorts Heart Institute became the "Best Private Cardiology Hospital in India" according to the Week magazine and the "Best provider of comprehensive cardiac care in India" from Frost & Sullivan.
The Cancer Institute of the Fortis Clinic India (FCI) opened in 2014. Thanks to advanced methods of treatment and new generation technologies, it quickly became one of the leading cancer centers.
The Cancer Cure Program in FCI provides for collegial acceptance of the diagnosis and the prescription of the most appropriate treatment regimen by the oncological Council. The council consists of clinical oncologists, oncology surgeons and radiation oncologists.
Cancer treatment in India is most often preferred at the Fortis Clinic, which is facilitated with an advanced linear VMAT accelerator. It irradiates the tumor with a mm accuracy and minimizes the effects of radiation on healthy tissues and organs. The device allows to destroy the maximum number of cancer cells with a large dose of radiation and at the same time reduce the duration of the intervention.
In addition, the cancer units of Fortis has Siemens Biograph Truepoint equipment with HD PET-CT, which detects malignant formations up to 1 mm in size.
Features of the Clinic
CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE OF FORTIS HOSPITAL INDIA (FEHI)
Fortis Heart Center was opened in 1988. During this time they conducted:
- More than 173 000 coronary angiography;
- 22,70,000 consultations;
- 3,16,000 hospitalizations;
- 50 000 radioisotope scans of the heart;
- 18,020 surgeries of congenital heart disease;
- The first transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in India.
The Fortis Escorts Heart Institute (FEHI) received the JCI certificate in 2010 and was re-tested in 2013 and 2016.
In 2008, accredited with NABH, and in 2014 - received a repeated mark of quality.
In 2009, the Blood Bank of FEHI also won the certificate of the National Council for the Certification of Hospitals and Medical Institutions in India and successfully passed the second in 2015.
The Laboratory of the Center for Cardiovascular Diseases of the Fortis Network was accredited by the National Accreditation Council for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) in 2013.
Today the hospital is recognized throughout the world as an advanced Cardiology Center. Doctors practicing in Fortis are leading Indian specialists, holders of 4 honorary prizes of the Government of India.
Such number of international certificates and awards are the guarantee of obtaining effective medical care of the highest quality and safe of patients stay in the Fortis hospital.
The leading cardiologist of the Heart Center is Anil Saxena, a specialist with over 30 years of experience. Anil Saxena was the first in India to start installing biventricular pacemakers (with left and right ventricular dysfunction).
Also engaged in electrophysiological studies and radiofrequency catheter ablation for diagnosing heart diseases for over two decades. He has a honorary membership of many international organizations in the area of cardiology.
CENTER FOR NEPHROLOGY AND UROLOGY IN FORTIS MEDICAL CENTER INDIA
Fortis Hospital & Kidney Institute (FHKI) is a 60-bed hospital network located in South Calcutta. The hospital was opened on July 3, 1999 for the therapy of kidney and urological diseases by medical and surgical means.
The clinic conducts 92% of successful kidney transplants. The hospital is designed for 60 people. It has a special 12-person room for dialysis, which works around the clock. And 4 high-tech operating units.
Fortis Hospital & Kidney Institute has the following functions:
- Nephrology and Urology Department - is engaged in laparoscopic urology, reconstructive urology, female urology, andrology, urological oncology, pediatric urology. The hospital also carries out the crushing of stones in the bladder with a lithotriptor.
- Kidney transplantation Department . Here, kidney transplantation and continuous outpatient peritoneal dialysis are performed in acute kidney failure.
- Minimal invasive surgery Department : cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal) repair of a hernia, gastrectomy, laparotomy, splenectomy (removal of the spleen), anal surgery.
- Gynecological Department: hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), ovarian cystectomy, endometriosis, vaginal reconstruction.
The leading physician of the Fortis clinic in Calcutta is Dr. Shivaji Basu. An outstanding urologist with more than 30 years of experience in urology. He has more than 22,000 urologic surgeries and procedures on his account.
Shivaji Basu for the first time in India began to use the non-surgical method of crushing stones in the kidneys - lithotripsy. Specializes in treatment of kidney stones and urological oncology. He is the author of many scientific articles in leading medical publications.
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On the doctor's account more than 10,000 surgical interventions of varying complexity. Received his specialization in neurosurgery in the UK. He is the current director of the Neurosurgery Department at the Fortis Clinic in Gurgaon.
Specializations: minimally invasive interventions on the spinal cord, brain and the base of the skull.
The doctor is the first specialist in North India who started laparoscopic interventions, namely adrenalectomy, splenectomy and distal pancreatoduodenectomy (Whipple's operation).
He is an active scientist, regularly holds seminars, master classes and lectures not only in India, but also abroad (Italy, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Turkmenistan, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates). He is one of the attestation specialists of examination commissions in the field of surgery.
Specializations: laparoscopic surgery, bariatrics, minimally invasive surgery
He is the current President of the Indian Arthroscopy Society and the founder of the Indian Society for the Study of the Knee and Hip Joint. In parallel, receiving patients of Medanta. During the period of medical practice he repeatedly raised his qualifications in leading medical institutions of Liverpool and Edinburgh.
The doctor performed about 10,000 arthroscopic and more than 3,200 arthroplasty interventions. One of the first in India conducted a robotic replacement of the knee joint.
Membership in professional organizations:
- Indian Arthroscopy Association;
- Indian Orthopedic Association;
- Indian Arthroscopy Society;
- International Academy of Medical Sciences;
- Society of the Knee and Hip Joint of India.
Specializations: arthroscopy, arthroplasty, knee replacement, hip replacement, ligament plastic.
Carries out a lot of surgical interventions to remove malignant formations in gynecology, including robotic ones. Regularly passes refresher courses in the US and France. Certified by the training center for robotic surgery da Vinci for oncogynecologic interventions using the da Vinci system.
Prior to joining Fortis, she practiced in such medical centers as BLK Dr. Kapoor's Hospital and the Artemis Clinic network.
Specializations: oncology, oncogynecology, vaginal cancer, uterine cancer, cervical cancer, dysplasia, ovarian cancer
Specialties: general oncology, sarcomas, laryngeal cancer, thyroid cancer, pancreatic cancer, lung cancer.
All Fortis clinics are located in Asia, most of them operate in Delhi. The leading clinic of the Fortis Gurgaon clinic is located in the large Indian city of Gurgaon, 6 km from the center and 20 km from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Clinic is 15-20 minutes away from the airport. All the necessary infrastructure is nearby, which is represented by branches of banks, cafes, street food establishments, small shops and supermarkets, pharmacies and hotels. Opposite the main entrance to the clinic is the Shalimar Huda City Center metro station.