Nanavati Max Hospital Launches Gastroenterology Institute

Nanavati Max Hospital: Leading Gastroenterology Breakthrough
Nanavati Max Hospital: Leading Gastroenterology Breakthrough

A Gathering of Gastroenterology Luminaries, Revolutionizing Gastroenterological Care

In a stride towards advancing healthcare, the Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital in Mumbai has unveiled the Nanavati Max Institute of Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Therapeutic Endoscopy. This state-of-the-art institute, inaugurated on September 8, 2023, is set to redefine the standards of gastroenterological care in India.

The launch event saw luminaries from the field of Gastroenterology across India coming together to celebrate this momentous occasion. Distinguished figures like Dr. Mathew Philip, Dr. Surender K Yachha, Dr. Ramesh Satarkar, Dr. Chetan Bhatt, Dr. Jayant Barve, and Mr. Komal Nahta graced the event, highlighting the significance of this institute.

Expert Team for Adult and Pediatric Care: Advanced Technology Redefining Care

The Nanavati Max Institute boasts an unparalleled team of renowned gastroenterologists, led by Dr. Chetan Kalal, Dr. Vibhor Borkar, Dr. Harshad Joshi, Dr. Shankar Zanwar, and Dr. Kavya Kurkal. This expert conclave focuses on both adult and pediatric gastroenterology and hepatology care, making it a unique center in Mumbai.

The institute is equipped with cutting-edge instruments, including Olympus endoscopes & colonoscopes, FibroScan Expert 630, Olympus ME 2 endosonography, and SpyGlass Cholangioscopy. Combined with the team’s expertise, these instruments enable the facility to offer advanced procedures that were previously limited to a handful of hospitals.

Commitment to Patient Well-being

The institute’s core commitment lies in providing precise and evidence-based treatments, ensuring the best outcomes. With innovation at the forefront and advanced techniques like therapeutic endo-sonography, the Nanavati Max Institute stands as a beacon of excellence in healthcare.

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