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Aster MIMS focuses on expansion drive

Aster MIMS –  announced ambitious plans to consolidate and expand its presence in the region. Part of Aster DM Healthcare, Aster MIMS which currently has two hospitals in Calicut and Kottakkal will have two new hospitals in Kannur and Kozhikode.

 

The greenfield projects that are currently under development include Aster MIMS Kannur which will be a 250-bed multi-specialty hospital and Aster MIMS Kozhikode which will be a 300-bed super specialty hospital focused on Emergency and Critical Care, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics and Cardiology. Both these projects are likely to be operational by 2018.

 

In addition to the two new hospitals, Aster MIMS Calicut will get a new block that will house Comprehensive Centre for Health check,advanced referral laboratory, International Patient Lounge, a 75-bed patient bystanders room and a multi-level car parking. Aster MIMS, the 675-bed state-of-the-art multi specialty facility which is also India’s first NABH accredited hospital will become one of the biggest healthcare facility in North Kerala.

 

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Dr.Rahul R Menon and Dr.Azad Mooppen

Aster MIMS will focus a lot more on Emergency Medicine not only within its own hospitals, but also on other secondary and tertiary healthcare providers in the region. While some healthcare providers such Tirur Nursing Home at Tirur benefited through dedicated Aster MIMS Emergency care Unit, the same will be launched in some other hospitals like Relief Hospital -Kondotty and Malabar Hospital- Manjery in the next few months. The objective of this initiative is to empower healthcare providers in North Kerala with advanced emergency medical care facilities to avoid death while moving critical patients to major medical centres for advanced care.

We also provide continued medical training to the peripheral hospitals. Tellicherry Co-operative Hospital, Asha Hospital, Vadakara, Santhi Hospital, Omassery are few of them.

 

Speaking about the plans for Aster MIMS, Dr. Azad Moopen – Founder and Chairman of Aster DM Healthcare said, “Aster MIMS is a leading provider of quality healthcare in North Kerala and the NABH certification earned by the two existing hospitals in Calicut and Kottakkal is a testimonial to that. We have always been committed to create centres of excellence in the region and the two new hospitals coming up in Kannur and Kozhikode are aimed at strengthening the delivery of world-class health services to the people.”

 

Heart Surgery @75000

Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS) was founded in 2001 with the first hospital in Calicut followed by the second hospital in Kotakkal that was inaugurated in 2009. Brought under the umbrella of Aster DM Healthcare, the hospitals were rebranded in 2015 as Aster MIMS. As part of its 15 year celebrations, Aster MIMS will offer heart surgeries at the lowest rate in Kerala (Rs.75000) for financially deserving heart patients who are the bread winners in their family. Around 100 adults will benefit from this special rate. To avail this benefit, patient can contact relations department at Aster MIMS Calicut. Contact Number 0495-3091196

Apart from this, Aster MIMS also reduced rates in Radiology, Emergency and Critical Care, diagnostics and other treatment services to make quality healthcare and facility accessible to the underprivileged and underserved sections of the society.

 

About Aster MIMS

Aster MIMS is a pioneer institute in the state of Kerala renowned for its excellent medical expertise, nursing care and quality of diagnostic services.

The 604-bed multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Kozhikode city is at the forefront of medical technology and backed by internationally trained and highly qualified medical professionals, who administer the best available medical services across all major disciplines of medicine and surgery.

Aster MIMS is committed to the achievement and maintenance of excellence in healthcare for the benefit of the humanity. Aster MIMS is the first multi-specialty hospital accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH).

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