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Category : Company
Headline : Shalby bags Medical Value Travel Specialist Hospital Award 2018
Date: 06/12/2018 14:07
Ahmedabad based Shalby multi-specialty hospitals, said on Thursday that it,” has won the Medical Value Travel Specialist Hospital Award 2018, in the category - “Orthopedics - Joint Replacement” instituted by Ministry of Commerce & Industry and FICCI at a ceremony held in Delhi on 4th December 2018, coinciding the event–Advantage Healthcare India,” in a filing to Bombay Stock Exchange.

“Beginning with one specialty, Orthopedics (Joint Replacement), with 6 bed capacity way back in 1994, Shalby Hospitals, today is a multi - specialty Hospitals chain with 11 hospitals spread across the Western, Central and Northern India,” the company said.

Moving with the mission to make available expert healthcare at doorsteps to a larger mass of the country, especially people residing in tier - II and tier - III cities where they were deprived of such advanced medical facilities, Shalby under the leadership of Dr. Vikram I. Shah, Founder & CMD established its most modern multi - specialty hospitals in the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, and Maharashtra.

Shalby in its glorious journey of 25 years has treated over thousands of International patients and has won the coveted Medical Tourism awards in 2016 & 2017. Today, Shalby can boast of its significant International presence in countries - Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan, Ethiopia, Zambia, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Rwanda, Malawi, Madagascar, Indonesia, Nepal, and the Middle - East, apart treating patients from developed countries like UK and the USA. Shalby has been synonymous with Innovative approaches to expert healthcare.

The surgical process innovation “Zero Technique” minimizes the surgical time significantly in Joint Replacement, thereby providing comfort and a host of advantages to patients and their families. Shalby today enjoys the credit of performing over 1,00,000 Joint replacement surgeries.

The shares of Shalby were trading at 149.00 apiece, low at 3.12 per cent, on the BSE at 13:03 hours.