P D Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre in association with King’s College London is organizing a first-of-its-kind multi-disciplinary conference on ‘New Frontiers in Breast and Thoracic Malignancies’ in Mumbai between April 21 and April 23 at Hinduja Hospital.
The symposium aims to address issues and present day challenges in the management of breast, lung and esophageal cancers. Over 50 experts in the field of cancer management will be involved in interactive sessions, case discussions and panel discussions. The overall objective of this conference is to increase awareness about new modalities in cancer care, discuss current challenges pertaining to different type of cancers and design appropriate solutions for better management of the disease. More than 150 practicing oncologists and post graduate students in medical, surgical and radiation oncology are expected to attend this symposium.
Eminent speakers from national and international healthcare institutions will be part of this symposium. The conference will begin at 2 pm on April 21 and will close at 2 pm on April 23.
Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Center, which started off as a clinic in 1951, is today ranked as one of the leading Multi-Specialty tertiary care hospital in the country. For over six decades, this institute has worked to ensure that world-class healthcare delivery is provided to all. The hospital has always been an early adopter of technology in delivery of care; being amongst the first few hospitals in the country to have Gama Knife technology, Digital Broadband MRI with ambient themes, True Beam Linear Accelerator and more. The hospital has on-board some of the best nationally and internationally recognized doctors.
Quality care being the focus, it was amongst the early few hospitals that has been accredited and certified by NABH, CAP, and ISO. P.D. Hinduja Hospital was also one of the pioneers in its space to launch Care@Home and Short Stay Service in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
It continues to partner with leading International Institutes, latest being an arrangement with The Division of AIDS (NIAID, NIH), U.S.A, to establish a center of excellence for infectious disease research in India. For its contribution to quality healthcare delivery, the hospital has also been bestowed with Best Multi-Specialty Hospital awards by different industry bodies. In line with one of its guiding principles “Work to Give”, the hospital runs the Serve with Passion rural health programme, under which free healthcare services are provided to the tribal areas in Maharashtra and Dadra Nagar Haveli.