Vinita Hospital – A super-specialty Kidney and healthcare center inaugurated by J Radhhakrishnan IAS

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Vinita Hospital – a super specialty Kidney and healthcare centre by eminent nephrologist Dr. Sarita Vinod was inaugurated by Dr. J. Radhakrishnan, Health Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu.

Vinita Hospital is led by Dr. Sarita Vinod – MD, an American Board Certified Kidney Specialist, who is a leading member of the medical fraternity and consults across hospitals in Chennai.

Vinita Hospital is a 50-bed super-speciality, one-stop center for comprehensive and quality Nephrology, Urology, and Preventive Care Services, along with allied specialities from Orthopaedics, Diabetology, Vascular surgery, ENT, General Surgery, and Cardiology. Equipped with 3 state of the art theatres, 10 ICU beds and 12 dialysis beds with facility to do online hemodiafiltration ( advanced method of dialysis)

Committed to making quality healthcare accessible to everyone, Dr. Sarita Vinod and her team at Vinita hospital will deliver transparent, comprehensive nephrology treatment, irrespective of financial ability.

Speaking at the inauguration, Dr. J. Radhakrishnan said, “Kidney care is a much needed but often neglected aspect of our lives. I am delighted that a specialist hospital is now available for comprehensive care. It is heartening that Dr. Sarita Vinod and her team will deliver comprehensive and quality healthcare across all aspects of kidney care to everyone, irrespective of their economic ability.”

Dr. Sarita Vinod, AB Nephrology and Managing Director, Vinita Hospital, said, “Kidney disease is a silent killer with 1 out of 5 aged 50 and above likely to have some degree of impairment of kidney function. Often overlooked or undetected, this can lead to serious complications and require sustained, long-term care. My team and I are committed to early diagnosis and treatment, through sophisticated medical facilities, trained technicians, and a medical team across disciplines that will work together to enhance the quality of a patient’s life, and allow them to continue everyday functions with little impairment.”

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