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Migraine treatment vary for men and women: Dr Tripathy

Migraine treatment vary for men and women: Dr Tripathy

Dr Gautam Tripathy is a Consultant Neurologist at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai. He has attended national and international conferences and has various academic and extra curricular achievements to his credit. He has published papers on ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Accor, Hiranandani sign Dubai ibis Styles deal

Accor HotelServices Middle East, one of the leading hospitality groups, has signed a management agreement with the Hiranandani Group, one of India's largest real estate developers, to develop an ibis Styles hotel in Dubai. The hotel, located ...
 Trade Arabia1 month ago Accor signs management agreement with Hiranandani Group for ibis Styles in Dubai Business Bay  AME Info1 month ago Accor and Hiranandani Group to develop ibis Styles hotel in Dubai's Business Bay  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago Accor : Hiranandani sign Dubai ibis Styles deal  4 Traders1 month ago

Blood management systems and policies for hospitals

A blood transfusion service is incomplete without a well defined quality management system that ensures implementation and effectiveness of essential policies and best practices, says Dr Lincy Jacob, Consultant & Department Coordinator, Department ...
 Express Healthcare Management2 weeks ago

Cops likely to give clean chit to Niranjan Hiranandani in sexual assault case

The Mumbai police, which is investigating the allegation of rape levelled against senior inspector of Powai police station YL Jadhav, and two local goons at the behest of Niranjan Hiranandani, managing director of Hiranandani Developers, is all set ...
 DNA India1 month ago Police probe finds no evidence against Hiranandani in sexual assault case  The Hindu1 month ago

Getting royal treatment

Mumbai's top hospitals offer swanky suites that cost more than even the luxury offered at five-star hotels. No more cramped rooms with several patients in a row, or sharing a room with another patient by one's side. When the city's wealthy fall ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

AXIS BANK : Shaken survivors recall smoke, desperate attempts to escape

MUMBAI : All that the injured, admitted to hospitals in Vashi, could recall of the fire was being awakened by a suffocating smoke and the mad scramble to safety. The 16 Axis Bank employees, who were admitted with minor injuries at the Navi Mumbai ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Shaken survivors recall smoke, desperate attempts to escape  Times of India1 month ago

BMC hospitals far from digitisation

Patients and relatives examine their files at Sion Hospital, — Satej Shinde Waiting in long queues and carrying case sheets and old prescriptions for patients seeking treatment in government hospitals has become a thing of past in many states. Maharashtra, ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

HVS EMEA Hospitality Newsletter Week Ending 8 August 2014

After purchasing the InterContinental London Park Lane in March 2013, Constellation Hotels Holding has now produced a binding offer to acquire the InterContinental Paris Le Grand from InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) for €330 million (roughly ...
 HVS International - Singapore Bureau1 month ago

Frost & Sullivan

successfully hosted its 6th Annual India Healthcare Excellence Awards at Taj Lands End, Mumbai recognizing distinguished achievers in the Indian healthcare industry. The banquet witnessed the presence of the who's who in the healthcare sector, and ...
 Global Hospital & Healthcare Management1 day ago The Best in Indian Healthcare Industry Felicitated at Frost & Sullivan's 6th Annual India Healthcare Excellence Awards 2014  Businessworld India1 week ago
Times of India

Heart disease is affecting Indians early, US study says

MUMBAI: In the Indian pool of heart patients, almost every second patient has high blood pressure, every fourth has diabetes and every fifth had plaque deposits in his/her arteries. This scientific picture of Indian heart diseases, at a time when ...
 Times of India1 day ago
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