Our Golden Rule is ‘we do to others what we wish to be done to us’.
We are passionately patient-centered and this is the driving force of all our Management’s decisions.
We understand that each patient is unique. Our rehabilitation team works with the patient so that the discharge, whenever feasible, as desired by the family is achieved. And, where discharge is not medically possible or where care at home is not possible, we extend the due care and affection to the patients as long as we are chosen to serve the patient.
We have a deep understanding of patient care in a long-term and palliative care setting. The needs of such patients are different from those in a hospital
We understand the evolving needs of the patients and with our deep experience of long-term care, we know what is needed and when it is needed
We help you, the next of kin to take a considered decision on whether or not to use advanced lifesaving techniques or an ICU, feeding support, etc
All our team share our vision and values. Our human resources practices encourage patient-centric decision making by everyone in the team
We are transparent and aware of what can and cannot do. We will, therefore, discuss with you all critical matters that may affect the care of your patient