New Delhi-based SCI International Hospital in India offers medical treatment with affordable cost for in vitro fertilisation (IVF), male infertility, urology, orthopaedics and ENT to patients all over the world, including Bangladesh.
The doctors and officials of the hospital said this at a discussion titled ‘Health Talk’ at Dhaka Club in the capital, said a press release on Monday.
The hospital in association with Rotary Club of Eskaton, Dhaka organised the event.
The hospital founders’ — urologists Vishal Dutt Gour, Gautam Banga, gynaecologist Shivani Sachdev Gour, ENT specialist Shomeshwar Sing and orthopaedics specialist Vinay Aggarwal — were present as key speakers at the discussion.
They discussed various health topics including male infertility, current trends regarding infertility, reconstructive urology, importance of early intervention in hearing impairment, sports injuries and arthritis at the programme.
‘Although currently we are facing some technical and legal issues, we are working to resolve these to launch our operation in full swing in Bangladesh’, said the founder of the hospital Vishal Dutt Gour.
The aim of the service was to provide safe treatment for the affected patients at a low cost compared to other developed countries, he said.
More than 12 million babies were born with IVF, said physician Shivani. Fortunately, the number of infertility clinics was also expanding with advanced technologies and healthcare, she added.
The other discussant Shomeshwar Shing spoke about hearing problems while Vinay Aggarwal talked on sports injuries and Gautam Banga highlighted on reconstructive urology surgery.
After successfully establishing IVF centre, physicists Vishal and Shivani established the hospital in Greater Kailash of New Delhi in 2014, the release said.
The hospital offers free airport transfer, interpreter services, guesthouse booking, visa renewal, money exchange and SIM card acquisition to Bangladeshi patients, the release mentioned. SCI International Hospital currently offers medical services to Bangladeshi patients for limited time.
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