The HCMCT Dwarka Super Specialty Hospital and Research Institute is being built by Human Care Medical Charitable Trust. It is 380 bed facility with outpatient, inpatient, emergency, operating and laboratory facilities. The hospital Building will be fully air-conditioned and equipped with state of the art equipment for diagnosis and treatment that would include MRI and CT scan, Coronary angiography units, Ultrasound, equipment for diagnosis and treatment of cardiac and vascular conditions. The hospital will have fully equipped operating rooms, ICU and CCU, delivery rooms, Neonatal ICU and Maternity care unit. The Hospital would have physical plant, equipments.
Highly educated, well trained and skilled physicians would provide state of the art surgery in multiple specialties including coronary Bypass angiography, Coronary Surgery, Joint Replacement, Laparoscopic and Endoscopic, Gynaecological, Urological, Ophthalmic, Brain Spine, and Plastic Surgery.
The emphasis would to perform minimally invasive surgery that facilitates quick recovery, minimal scar and reduce the risk of complications.
The members of the Human Care Medical Charitable Trust visited many leading institutions at home and abroad and had conversations with expert health care providers and health care facility managers before designing, planning and building the Hospital.
The Members Dr. Ish Kumar (Neurosurgeon) Rakesh Passi (Interventional Cardiologist) Dr. Nirmal Kumar (Pediatrician) Dr. Angelish Kumar (Urologist) have combined experience in practice of medicine for over 100 years
Member Sanjay Khurana is an engineer by profession. He has supervised the construction of the Hospital and has been intimately connected with Health care issues over many years, Archana Mago is a lawyer and has considerable experience in health care matters All the members have given their time and talent in planning and design of the Hospital to assure that the hospital would optimally meet the medical and surgical needs of the patient.
The Members have also gained considerable experience from serving in various health care committees in different organizations, which would allow them to determine as to what type of care would be ideally suited and in the best interest of the patient, keeping in mind that medicine is ever advancing and changing field and our physicians will keep abreast of medical advances through continuing medical education
To best serve our patients, Hospital physicians would establish protocols for management of the patient based on evidence based state of the art medicine and review the protocol as necessary to render the most current treatment The protocols and management plans would be modified consistent with the patients needs and depending on the associated illness in addition to primary illness. . .
The outcome of the treatment would be monitored and modified if necessary to improve the outcome. The care given also be compared to the national and international standards and then adjustments will be accordingly Our goal is to give best possible care keeping in mind the patient’s condition. There would be open communication with the patient and or immediate family members as to diagnosis and rationale of care planned. Simple non technical information would be used to discuss various treatment options available including the one physician deems most suitable for the patient.
Physician can express his choice while respecting the wish of the patient. However where life is at risk, physician would provide simple explanation as to what needs to be done and proceed immediately or urgently, if the patient or family consents to undergo the desire procedure.
It would also be the responsibility of the physician to tell patient what he or she could do to improve the chances of the better outcome by modifying diet, habits, environment and exercise etc…