US Kare Partners opens its world class Heart Centre in tricity

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NewZNew (Chandigarh) : US based Kare Partners Heart Centre  has today announced to open its world class Heart Centre at Sector 19, Chandigarh today. Besides state-of-art facilities , the center will provide affordable treatment for heart attack patients.

Addressing a press conference at Chandigarh Press Club today, Dr. Ashootosh Bhardwaj, Consultant, Interventional Cardiologist at Kare Partners Heart Centre said that new center has  two operating theatres and a well-equipped Cardiac Care Unit for early treatment of heart attack patients. The heart centre engages American physicians for medical knowledge sharing, protocol-based nursing care and rehabilitation. A well designed engineering infrastructure ensures better infection control, hence shorter lengths of stay for patients and ultimately reduced costs, said Dr Bhardwaj who will head the cardiac program in this new 10,000 square feet heart care facility.

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He said further, heart attack is a growing problem in North India because of sedentary lifestyle of people. Many people suffering from heart attack do not take timely action which becomes the single most important difference between life and death said Dr.Bhardwaj, while stressing on the benefit of preventive cardiac check-ups.

Liz Ross, Chief Operating Officer of Kare Partners Group, USA said that Kare Partners Heart Centre, Chandigarh is providing 24×7 cardiac emergency services supported by a cardiac ambulance with advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). The centre also has fully equipped CCU and well trained staff providing quality personalized care at very controlled pricing.”

Anup Johney, Vice President, Business Development, Kare Partners Group India Private Limited (KPGI) said that centre will provide free ambulance pickup service for heart attack patients in tricity.

Sukhvinder Singh-Group Head, Marketing said that Kare Partners Group India is now a leading chain of Heart Centres in north India providing treatment to heart attack patients in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.