Celebrating the joy of giving birth

BANGALORE: Cloudnine Hospitals completed its 100th successful Antenatal session, a compact course specially designed for effective pregnancy care for would be parents. To take away all t

Published: 18th January 2012 02:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:16 PM   |  A+A-

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Dr Kishore Kumar addressing the gathering at the event | Express photo

BANGALORE: Cloudnine Hospitals completed its 100th successful Antenatal session, a compact course specially designed for effective pregnancy care for would be parents.

To take away all the fears and provide parents the pure excitement of bringing a new life to the world, Cloudnine Hospitals, conducted a successful session scientifically designed programme — Cloudnine Antenatal Classes at The Gateway in

the city recently.

The day-long programme was conducted by Dr Kishore, senior consultant neonatologist and CEO of Cloudnine Hospitals along with a specialised team of physiotherapist, dietician and stem cell expert

from the hospital.

Speaking on successful implementation of the Golden Jubilee of Cloudnine Antenatal session, Dr Kishore Kumar, CEO and MD of Cloudnine said, “We have always ensured that we offer programmes for mothers that enhances quality of the birthing experience in terms of information, overall experience by way of workshops, various sessions and innovative programmes.

Our Antenatal session began with just two to three couples per session. Today we have over 80 couples attending this workshop every month.”

He further added, “Unlike many other courses conducted in the city, we emphasise not only on Lamaze but many other aspects that a pregnant woman needs to know for the entire phase.”

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