Jammu Tawi, April 28
Max Super Speciality Hospital (MSSH), Saket offered Liver and Biliary Sciences OPD Services in Jammu under the Aegis of Dr. Subhash Gupta, Chairman at Max Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences. The official announcement was made at a press conference at Hotel Fortune Inn Rivera, today. This will allow residents of Jammu and neighboring areas to have access to leading healthcare experts from Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. The OPD services and facilities are another patient-centric step taken by the healthcare provider to deliver quality healthcare through world-class services. This OPD will be open to patients on 4th Saturday of every month from 10am to 2pm in K C Mediplex, Jammu. While addressing the gathering, Dr. Mohd Abdun Nayeem, Senior Consultant, Max Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, shared, “Our focus is to enable patients in need to access timely, expert and quality healthcare services, irrespective of geographic barriers”. While liver transplant is giving fresh lease of life to thousands of patients with liver diseases, the steep rise in liver-related problems in recent years makes it even more crucial for patients to have access to early diagnosis. He further added, “The current healthcare infrastructure across the state has limited ability to address emerging challenges in liver disease diagnosis. According to the official data, there are 3690 health institutions in the state lacking proper infrastructure and management”. Dr. Subhash has pioneered the development of Living Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT) in India. With over 3 decades of experience, he is heading a team of 137 members, including specialized surgeons anesthetics, critical care surgeons, specially trained nurses, radiologists, psychologists, and physiotherapists who are working towards providing the best of services in the field of liver. The Centre for Liver and Biliary Surgery (CLBS) at Max Hospital, Saket, is one of the largest liver transplant programs of the world, with over 55 successful surgeries conducted in less than 4 months since its inception in January 2017.