North India’s leading healthcare provider, Max Super Speciality Hospital Saket today announced the launch of its exclusive Oncology OPD Services in partnership with the city-based Bhardwaj Hospital.
The OPD services were launched in the presence of Dr. Nagender Sharma, Principal Consultant, Medical Oncology and Dr Debashish Chaudhary, Principal Consultant, Surgical Oncology from Max Super Speciality Hospital,Saket who will be available for primary consultations at Bhardwaj Hospital, Agrasen Chowk, M.C Colony, Bhiwani.
Dr. Nagender Sharma will be available on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month, and Dr Debashish Chaudhary will be available on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of every month. The timing of the OPDS for both doctors will be between 12 pm to 3 pm.
During the launch, Dr. Nagender Sharma, Principal Consultant, Medical Oncology, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket emphasized the importance of a comprehensive approach to cancer care which has evolved significantly and said “Cancer treatment has evolved significantly, and Max Hospital Saket continues to be at the forefront of this innovation and excellence. The landscape of cancer treatment has seen remarkable advancements. We are now able to provide personalized and targeted therapies that are more effective and less invasive, ultimately leading to better outcomes for our patients. The launch of these OPD Services in Bhiwani will be a value addition to the people in terms of quick access to the best-in-class services and expert opinion without the hassle of travelling to other cities for primary consultations or follow-ups.”
Dr Debashish Chaudhary, Principal Consultant, Surgical Oncology from Max Super Speciality Hospital Saket said“Our endeavour is to raise awareness about cancer and provide a holistic and supportive environment for such patients in their journey. With the advancement of technology, minimal access to cancer surgeries has also become commonplace. Experts can adequately resect difficult tumours including colon cancers, stomach cancer, including liver metastases which suggest a late-stage disease, with minimal incisions or even laparoscopically, in certain cases. Minimally invasive surgeries, have numerous advantages for patients in comparison to traditional surgeries including minimal scars, faster recovery, reduced pain, shorter duration of hospital stays, and lesser post-surgery complications.”