Medicover hospital has launched its largest Center of Cardiac Excellence in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.4th November, 2022 Medicover Hospitals | Vizag
Visakhapatnam, October 31, 2022: Medicover hospital has launched its largest Center of Cardiac Excellence in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The cardiac center was inaugurated by Shri Gudivada Amarnath, Minister of Industries, along with Dr. Anil Krishna, Chairman and Managing director, Medicover hospitals.
Speaking on occasion, the honorable minister stated that “The state government is striving for improved healthcare amenities in the state, and Medicover Hospital’s initiative to start one of the Largest Cardiac Excellence Centers in Visakhapatnam at this juncture is a welcome sign.”
Dr. Anil Krishna,Chairman and Managing Director of Medicover Hospitals, expressed delight over being able to start the cardiac excellence center with state-of-the-art facilities in Visakhapatnam. He stated, “ Many people go to other states for better heart treatment. But now, people need not run from pillar to post and can avail the best and most modern heart treatment facilities in their own region.”
Dr. Anil Krishna mentioned that there had been a drastic rise in heart disease cases because of people's sedentary lifestyles and said that this cardiac center's goal is to perform cardiac keyhole surgeries, bypasses, open heart and closed heart surgeries, heart and lung transplants, and treat congenital heart diseases.
He further added more than 100 cardiothoracic surgeries and 250 cardiac procedures would be performed every month at Medicover Cardiac Center, Visakhapatnam, with the availability of full-fledged and advanced cardiac care facilities.
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