Why should India be considered for any medical & surgical procedures?
India offers a wide range of exceptional medical facilities at a comparatively less expense. Making use of the same technology and medical knowledge, Indian hospitals and doctors offer health care at a substantially less price, in some cases the difference can be as much as 60% less compared to developed countries. The result is a win-win situation – world class medical care with latest technology and savings too – for patients seeking any medical and/or surgical procedures.
Is the Hospital Accredited?
All the Hospitals at Yashoda are ISO certified and accomplished the unique distinction of achieving National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) and National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Healthcare Providers (NABH) Accreditations thus bringing the world’s best healthcare quality standards to India.
How to get a quotation/treatment plan before arriving to the hospital?
Before your arrival, we would require the patient’s case history including past treatment taken, latest medical reports, as well as current clinical status. These reports are checked by our Specialist Consultants enabling us to provide you with cost and treatment plan. We will respond to you within 24 hours of the receipt of the reports with the appropriate specialist doctor’s opinion and costs.
What is the time taken for the entire process of getting my appointment once you have received my medical records?
There is no significant waiting time in our hospitals owing to the availability of a large pool of specialists across many medical specialities. Depending on the nature of the medical assistance required the response will be within 24 hours and include advice on the procedure along with a quote. If a concerned specialist feels that he/she needs to know more or view recent reports, we will communicate to you accordingly.
What measures does the hospital take to ensure patient safety?
Yashoda Hospitals follows strictly the international standards of accrediting organizations like NABH and is strongly committed to maintain and improve patient safety as well as care. Medical care given to patients is monitored constantly by the hospital management and medical staff. The hospital management reviews all concerns and feedbacks given by patients, physicians, the medical staff or administrators and responds to them accordingly.