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MIOT Hospitals

Name : MIOT Hospitals
Address : 4/112, Mount Poonamalle Road
    Manapakkam
Town : Chennai
State : Tamil Nadu
Country : India
Post Code : 600089
Phone : 044 2249 2288
Fax : 044 2249 1313
Web URL : Available
Email : enq@miothospitals.com
Specialization
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Cardiothoracic Surgeon
  • Daibetes, Endocrinology
  • Dermatology
  • ENT
  • Gastro-enterology
  • General Surgeon
  • Internal Medicine
  • Neuro Surgeon
  • Neurologist
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Pulmonology
  • Urology
  • Vascular Surgeon
Facilities
Total Number of Beds : - 500
Speciality Type :-
Other Facilities    
  : - X-Ray
  : - Ultrasonography
  : - CT/MRI
  : - Physiotherapy
  : - Blood Bank
 
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MIOT Hospitals   MIOT Hospitals
4/112, Mount Poonamalle Road
Manapakkam
Chennai, Tamil Nadu (India)
Phone 044 2249 2288
Email enq@miothospitals.com
Web URL Available
    Description
** About Us **
Medicine is not a trade; it is a calling where the physician not only thinks with his head but also with his heart." - Prof. Dr.P.V.A. Mohandas.

MIOT was founded in 1999 by Padmashri Prof. Dr. P VA Mohandas, with the vision of building a world class hospital in India. Starting out as a hospital specializing in Orthopaedics and Trauma, MIOT quickly grew into a premier multi-specialty hospital, continuously adding new departments that collaborate in the treatment of complex cases. From diagnostic scans and computer navigation to miniaturised instruments, the hospital has invested heavily in the latest technology, resulting in precise diagnoses, minimally invasive treatments and faster recovery periods.

** The Beginning **
The Madras Institute of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (MIOT), had its genesis as an independent wing of Vijaya Hospital, where Padmashree Prof. Dr.P.V.A. Mohandas and his team performed many a surgical impossibility in the field of Orthopaedics. Subsequently, his international travel exposed him to the highly impressive standards of hygiene and competence of medical services in the West. He grew obsessed with an overpowering desire to provide similar standards of professional health care in India. He left no stone unturned, no expense spared until in February 1999 MIOT opened its doors to the public. Thus, the seed of desire sown with dedication and nurtured with concerted effort sprouted and now stands before us as the imposing structure of MIOT - the virtual brainchild of Dr. Mohandas.

** Putting Patients First **
Equipment, facilities, training programmes, nursing standards are all built around the guiding principle of patient welfare. Everything we do, we do for our patients recovery; freedom from pain; the return to perfect health; the resumption of normal life. Hence we encapsulated this in a motto – “Putting Patients First”. The symbol of a swan on every doctor’s coat and on signages all over the campus, is a constant reminder to all of us, everyday, of our motto.

Committed to 'Putting Patients First', MIOT Hospitals consistently upgrades skills and technology to offer the best in global healthcare. It’s the only hospital in India to win the Niryat Shree Gold Trophy (2004) for performance in the Healthcare Sector. MIOT is also known as a pioneer in several crucial medical and research fields.

** Innovating and Pioneering **
MIOT Hospitals has been credited with breakthroughs in orthopaedics, pinhole and keyhole surgeries, nephrology, cardiology and paediatric cardiology. It pioneered Computer Navigated Total Knee Replacement and actively researches joint replacement techniques and materials that ensure zero error and longevity, as part of the Joint for Life programme. Recognising the need for joints customised to the Indian anatomy, the hospital is developing state-of-the-art and economical joints, a first in India's medical history.

** Primary Goal **
MIOT’s primary goal is to bring to Indian patients the best in healthcare the world over. This took extensive investments in new technology and intensive training of doctors and nurses. MIOT being a multi-crore super-specialty hospital is nationally and internationally acclaimed for its professional standards and has collaborators in Australia, Germany and USA. The Hospital taps the advantage of this collaboration by sending its Doctors and Nurses to Germany periodically as part of its up gradation programme.
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