HCG EKO Cancer Centre, Kolkata launches Blood Cancer & BMT OPD services at Sunrise Nursing Home in Siliguri2 min read
Siliguri: HCG EKO Cancer Centre, Kolkata has launched its OPD services for Blood cancer and Bone Marrow Transplant at Sunrise Nursing Home in Siliguri. Patients can visit the OPD center first week of every month from 1 pm onwards for consultation.
The OPD will be led by Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty, HOD and Sr. Consultant, Hemato-Oncology & BMT from HCG EKO Cancer Centre Kolkata. It will be operational from the 6th of July, 1 pm onwards.
Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty said, “Every month, many patients from Siliguri, Gangtok and other parts of North Bengal come to our Kolkata hospital for treatment. This OPD is going to be a valuable addition to the healthcare facilities of Siliguri by providing world-class treatment solutions to patients in the city.”
Arnab S Raha, Chief Operating Officer, HCG EKO Cancer Centre, Kolkata said, “Through this OPD, the idea is to ensure that patients suffering from cancer receive the right consultation, treatment, guidance, and high-end care from the experts at the right time. Residents of Siliguri, Gangtok and other parts of North Bengal will also be benefitted in terms of reduction in travel time and expert opinion due to the availability of specialist doctors in the city.”
The OPD aims to provide the residents of Siliguri, Gangtok and its adjoining areas a complete solution regarding health-related queries, offering the very best of services close at hand.
The expert consultation will also help to save precious time for patients by minimizing the distance that one will otherwise have to travel to Kolkata for acquiring the same.