Sakra World Hospital signs MoU with Partners Medical International

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Bengaluru: Sakra World Hospital, a joint venture of the Kirloskar group, Toyota Tsusho Corporation, and SECOM of Japan, has joined hands with Partners Medical International, the academic arm of Partners HealthCare, a leading non-profit healthcare systems in the US and associated with Harvard affiliated hospitals like Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston to bring world-class treatment options for heart patients in India.

The partnership is expected to help Sakra World Hospital in widening the possibilities of treatments for end stage heart failure patients in India through exchange of knowledge, experience, expertise, processes and protocols sharing technical knowledge on the subject. It will also enable academic exchange programme between participating institutes and overview of quality systems and JCI guidelines to help in the process of JCI accreditation, according to a statement by Sakra World Hospital.

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