Manipal Hospitals Whitefield in India has announced plans to introduce two healthcare initiatives in an effort to improve the patient experience in Bengaluru.
The hospital is launching a comprehensive Adult Vaccination Programme that aims to address the aspect of adult vaccinations, which is often overlooked among the patient community.
With this programme, Manipal Hospitals seeks to address the confusion that surrounds frequently changing travel vaccine guidelines and provide guidance to individuals on the necessity of travel vaccinations.
In addition, the initiative recognises the unique healthcare needs of women during pre and post-menopause and advocates vaccination for protecting the health of women while highlighting the importance of vaccinations for senior citizens.
Manipal Hospitals Whitefield Cluster Hospital director Arnab Mondal said: “The launch of our Adult Vaccination Programme underscores our commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare solutions.
“By addressing the unique vaccination needs of adults, we aim to build a healthier community and reduce the burden of preventable diseases.”
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In an effort to improve the overall healthcare experience, the hospital is also introducing exclusive Neighbourhood Desks within the premises.
The Neighbourhood Desk team will focus on addressing any queries and concerns raised by patients.
These programmes are intended to contribute significantly to building a healthier community.
Mondal said: “The neighbourhood desks are our commitment to enhancing your healthcare experience.
“With personalised care and assistance, we want to make your time with us as comfortable and stress free as possible.”
Last month, Manipal Hospitals partnered with the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) and the British Training Academy (BTA) to launch the Indo-UK Paediatric Training Program.
The programme is intended to provide quality training in the paediatric super-speciality for young paediatricians in India.
The one-year post-graduation and super-speciality training will take place at Manipal Hospitals, followed by a three-year opportunity for further skill refinement at various UK hospitals.