The doctors from both the government and private sectors were recently felicitated at “The Doyens- Guardians of Healthcare” series for their commitment and selfless service to the society for their work. One of the hospitals to be facilitated was Cytecare Cancer Hospital that aims towards comprehensive cancer care network with a unique focus on organ-based care. Cytecare has been striving towards patient-centric hospital; driving innovation in the treatment of people with cancer. The event also saw the launch of a coffee table book marked to the series.
Speaking on the occasion, Suresh Ramu, CEO and Co-Founder, Cytecare Cancer Hospital said, “We are a year old and it is an honour for the hospital to be recognized at an early stage on our journey towards comprehensive care. Cancer care in India is developing and we are striving to bring organ- specific cancer care to the city. The felicitation is a mark of responsibility to carry on our endeavor towards unbinding selfless work done for a cancer care society.”
“The Doyens- Guardians of Healthcare” is an initiative to highlight the exemplary work by healthcare professionals in Karnataka. The felicitated healthcare professionals strived to make healthcare affordable and accessible to all. These in turn have changed the face of the healthcare sector in the state. Cytecare believes that healthcare should be accessible to all including the rural sector where much awareness is needed on cancer care. Cytecare has a full time team of senior cancer care medical professionals across surgical, medical and radiation oncology creating one of India’s first organ-based site-focused oncology care private hospitals.