Seven Month Infant Plans to Travel to Chennai for Destination Surgery
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
The infant will undergo complex pediatric liver transplant at Global Hospitals, Chennai
Global Hospitals has set new benchmarks in pediatric liver transplants
Adopts an integrated approach across regions to provide the best healthcare service
Global Hospitals, part of Parkway Pantai, Singapore which operates a chain of multi super specialty hospitals in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai is a pioneer in kidney, liver, heart and lung transplants. Global Hospitals provides comprehensive multi-organ transplant services in the country with a team of renowned experts on board and has set new benchmarks in pediatric liver transplants in the world over years.
Global Hospitals across locations has always successfully managed the most critical pediatric liver transplants along with other organ transplants. The hospital adopts an integrated approach to provide the best healthcare service to its patients. Recently, a family of a seven month old infant visited Global Hospitals Mumbai for procuring treatment for the child’s liver transplant; however the management at the hospital decided to refer the patient to its Chennai facility which is the centre of excellence for pediatric liver transplant in the group in India.
Commenting on the case, Mr. Manpreet Singh Sohal, Regional CEO, Mumbai & Bangalore said, “Global Hospitals Mumbai runs the largest liver transplant program in western India with a specialized team of doctors and the dedicated liver ecosystem as delivered outstanding results over the years. When it comes to pediatric liver transplants we recommend all our complex cases to our facility in Chennai which runs the largest pediatric liver transplant program in India and is the largest centre in South Asia for PLT. Led by Prof Dr. Rela the program has many first to its credit in India and the world when it comes to pediatric liver transplant.”
The patient was suffering from biliary atresia, a rare condition in new-born infants in which the common bile duct between the liver and the small intestine is blocked or absent. He had undergone surgery at one of the hospitals in Mumbai for the same but as it was unsuccessful; the child now needs to undergo a liver transplant.
“We have consulted Dr. Mohamed Rela and his team from Global Hospitals Chennai and are hopeful to get the liver transplant of my son done in the first week of February 2017”, says the father of the infant.
About Global Hospitals
Global Hospitals is part of Parkway Pantai, a fully owned subsidiary of IHH Healthcare. In India Global Hospitals operates a chain of multi-super specialty hospitals offering tertiary and quaternary healthcare services with over 2,000 beds and state-of the-art, world-class hospitals in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai. A pioneer in kidney, liver, heart and lung transplants, Global Hospitals provides comprehensive multi-organ transplant services in the country.