Hyderabad, India’s most flourishing hi-tech city, can genuinely be proud of having one of the best world-class healthcare centres, the Continental Hospitals. Within a short span of time, it has emerged as a perfect role model for the most advanced healthcare solutions with an uncompromising commitment to quality patient-care with integrity, transparency, collaborative approach and evidence-based medicine.
Dr Guru N Reddy, founder and chairman of Continental Hospitals, has an enviable international exposure to high-quality healthcare. He set up Continental Hospitals with a very strong purpose – to redefine healthcare in India and to provide quality patient-care with integrity, transparency, collaborative approach and evidence-based medicine.
Continental Hospitals is a 750-bed, state-of-the-art, multispecialty, tertiary care hospital with as much as 30-plus specialities that cover all the healthcare needs of the patients. What makes this hospital different is the sincere efforts the management has take to bring in the best practices from across the world, practice evidence-based medicine, provide quality care to all patients at all times at affordable prices.
Continental Hospitals, by maintaining an apt balance between advance treatment and affordability, has proved that good-quality healthcare costs less. “Continental Hospitals has a very clear motto, that is, to be the best and to give the best in terms of achieving excellence in patient care with a strong emphasis on safety of the patients, their dependants, the staff and the community at large,” Dr Reddy told Safety Messenger.
According to him, Continental Hospitals has engaged the best physicians from the community, nationally and internationally, with a ‘quality-first’ concept, has engaged the best nurses with a ‘patient-care-first’ concept, has engaged the best employees with a ‘patient-dignity, safety-first’ concept and always practises evidence-based medicine with the highest integrity and ethics.
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