Westminister Healthcare joins hands with CIPACA to start COVID ICU To provide state of the art and quality Covid Critical Care Services, and to modernize to suit the current level of healthcare, Westminister Healthcare launches a joint venture with CIPACA, the country’s most renowned Critical care service provider to various health care institutions.
Westminister Healthcare, a pioneer in concierge and bespoke healthcare providers have consistently evolved to the needs of current pandemic situation. The pandemic effects everyone equally, we at Westminister, would like to provide quality ICU care for our Covid patients.
CIPACA founded in 2014 specializes in providing quality and state of the art emergency and critical care services in both secondary and tertiary level hospitals. It currently operates its services in health organisations including medical college hospitals, trust hospitals, corporate hospitals of different levels in South india. They operate more than 300 Emergency and ICU beds with a team of more than 120 Dactors, 300 nurses and 80 administration & business development professionals. CIPACA is a shop in shop model of emergency and critical care service providers within the hospital. The team is highly skilled and trained in delivery of safe and quality healthcare. The doctors are qualified and trained in India and United Kingdom. The protocols followed are in par with the NHS of UK, the doctors have compulsory training in Advanced Trauma Life Support and other mandatory life support courses as in USA and UK.
Through its innovative strategy of combining on site critical care specialists and backup Telemedicine teams, CIPACA successfully bridges the gap in the current health care system of the lack of enough medical manpower in the rural India.
On the beginning of CIPACA services at Westminister Hospitals, in her welcoming address, Mrs Prema Subaskaran states, “It has been my dream and cherished wish to improve our services and address the current pandemic needs on par with the top health care institutions across the world. I am delighted to invite CIPACA to bring their expertise, inculcate their culture of value-based Covid critical care services to save lives”
The program was presided by Dr Raja Amarnath, Managing Director of CIPACA, Dr Raja Marimuthu, Project Director of CIPACA, Dr Arun Kulanthaivelu, Dr Raghuram and Mr Rajesh.
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