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Medanta starts Oncology OPD in Bhubaneswar

 Taking yet another step in offering the best medical facility to the people in the country, Medanta- The Medicity today announced the opening of its first Oncology OPD in Bhubaneswar.

The new OPD in association with KIDS Hospital and SUM Hospital will be headed by Dr. Priya P Nayak, Associate Consultant, Medanta The Medicity. The timing of the OPD will be 10 AM onwards.

Equipped with modern machinery and latest technology, the OPD facility will not only offer preliminary consultation but also give chance for the patients to have a second opinion for female related malignancies including breast cancer, gynaecological malignancies, head and neck, lung and gastrointestinal malignancies. The initiative by Medanta Hospital will also help people from neighbouring cities seeking medical opinion from super-specialists who look towards metro cities for world class treatment.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman and Managing Director, Medanta-The Medicity Naresh Trehan said, “Cancer is very much rampant in our society and patients have to travel far of places for best medical treatment. Our OPD centre addresses this problem and offers the best facility and world class doctors at the doorstep. We plan to come up with more such facilities in the region and offer our services at an affordable price point which helps the patients in saving on both time and money that is incurred by them in travelling to distant places for quality healthcare services.”


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