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Delhi NCR's leading healthcare providers Max Super Speciality Hospital, Vaishali and Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj, have partnered with the city-based Evan Hospital to launch multi-specialty OPD services in the region. This collaboration between Max Hospitals and Evan Hospital will make quality healthcare more accessible to the population of Muzaffarnagar.



Over 15 doctors from both the hospitals will conduct regular OPDs at Evan Hospital. The OPD services will cater to various specialties including Oncology, Neurosurgery, Nephrology & Kidney Transplant Medicine, Urology, Cardio-Thoracic & Vascular Surgery (CTVS), Pulmonology, Gastroenterology and Orthopedics and Joint Replacement.



With the introduction of these super-specialist services in their vicinity, patients wouldn't need to travel to bigger cities for expert opinion and instead visit OPDs at the Evan Hospital for regular quality medical services.



The OPD services were inaugurated by Dr Gaurav Aggarwal- Senior Vice President- and Head, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Vaishali, Dr Kousar Shah – Senior Vice President and Head Max Super Specialty Hospital, Patparganj, New Delhi and Mr Vijay Jain- CEO, Evan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar.



With the launch, patients will be able to book regular appointments for both consultations and routine follow-ups for their health problems.



Commenting on the launch, Dr Gaurav Aggarwal said, "It is our ongoing endeavour to make best-in-class healthcare facilities accessible to more people. It is an honour to inaugurate this multi-specialty OPD services at Evan Hospital. We hope that through OPD services in Muzaffarnagar, we can benefit a lot of people with such conditions for whom travel to other cities was an impediment in the way of their treatment".



"With the launch of these multi-Super specialised OPD services in this city, patients would not need commuting to metro cities for primary consultations. Delayed diagnosis owing to unavailability of tertiary and quaternary specialities in their neighbourhood often leads to prolonged or poor treatment outcomes, however, with this step, we want to fill that gap" added Dr Kousar Shah while addressing the media.


 
 
 

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