13 August 2021 | News
The MoU will benefit patients with complications due to end-stage chronic liver disease as also in rare cases of sudden failure of a previously healthy liver
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The Apollo Hospitals Group has signed an MoU with Group of Hospitals - DMIMS (DU), a private healthcare medical university based out of Wardha, Maharashtra to bring liver transplant programmes to patients in Central India. The two institutions will work to build a successful liver transplant programme that brings the best of medical expertise and the latest world-class technological advances in liver transplant care to Central India.
The MoU, signed on World Organ Donation Day, would benefit patients with complications due to end-stage chronic liver disease as also in rare cases of sudden failure of a previously healthy liver. The MoU was signed by Dr Anupam Sibal, Group Medical Director- Apollo Hospitals Group and Dr Sandeep Shrivastava, CEO, Group of Hospitals - DMIMS, DU.
Sangita Reddy, Joint MD, Apollo Hospitals said, “This MoU is the first of its kind in Central India and will change the scenario of liver transplant in the region. We will work with the Group of Hospitals - DMIMS, (DU) to bring world-class practices and create a Centre of Excellence in Central India for 360-degree care in liver diseases and transplantation."
Datta Meghe, Founder and Chairman, Group of Hospitals - DMIMS, (DU) said, “The partnership with Apollo Hospitals will enable us to serve the people of Central India with the best of care for liver transplants as we together build a knowledge and result oriented liver transplant programme.”