New cancer, cardiac block at Lakeshore Hospital

Published: 18th January 2013 10:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th January 2013 10:50 AM   |  A+A-

The Lakeshore Hospital will start a new block on January 19th in association with 10th Anniversary of the Lakeshore Hospital and Research Centre. This is to bring advanced treatment facilities for cancer, cardiac and gastero-related diseases under one roof.

Various services will be provided in the new block, including radiotherapy PET scan, nuclear scan, gamma knife and so on. 

A new Cardiac Electro Physiology Lab with ICD, CRT machines, which helps in  the early diagnosis and treatment for variation of heart beat will also be  inaugurated on 19th.

Along with this, a global monitoring system to identify the symptoms of heart rhythm in people with implantable devices and to provide treatment for them will also be launched. This system is being launched in Kerala for the first time.

A  Family and Community Medicine Department, which is meant to provide services of efficient doctors for the people on the premises of the hospital, will also be opened as part of the anniversary celebrations.

A well-equipped ‘Lakeshore Stroke initiative’ which is to provide 24 hr services for stroke patients will be inaugurated by Minister Anoop Jacob, which is also a first attempt in the state.

 In order to render hospital services to the common people in Maradu Municipality, a subsidized treatment facility will be organized. Moreover, dialysis service will be provided at  subsidized rates at the hospital.


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