Sri Ramakrishna Hospital wins the Best Public Service Initiative Project Award
Coimbatore , Nov 30,2016. Sri Ramakrishna (Multi specialty) Hospital, won the best public service initiative project award by private sector hospital in India for the Guinness World Record created for ‘most number of people to sign as organ donors in 8 hours’ at the International Healthcare Summit, New Delhi. The award was presented by Dr. CP Thakur (Hon’ble Member of Parliament) (Rajya Sabha) Former Minister Health and Family Welfare (Govt. of India), in the presence of Smt. Kirron Anupam Kher (Film and Television Actress, Member of Parliament) (Lok Sabha). The award was received by Mr. V Ramakrishna, Chief Operating Officer, Sri Ramakrishna Hospital (medical service – SNR Sons Charitable Trust) at the Awards function held at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi.
International Healthcare Summit & Awards- aims at felicitating organizations and individuals for their contributions to the industry by innovating for increased efficiency and improved performance of healthcare delivery at large. Worldwide Achievers International Healthcare Awards honor the doers and pioneers in spectacular style as the Healthcare Industry joins in to facilitate across India`s top Medical Industry.
Sri Ramakrishna (Multi specialty) Hospital created a new Guinness World Record in record attempt for ‘most people to sign as organ donors in 8 hours’. The attempt was completed on 19-03-2016 Saturday at SNR Sons College ground between 8am to 4 pm with Record Count 13,206 registered donors signing for pledging their organs in 8 hours in a single venue.
This award not only recognizes organizations for their achievements, but raises awareness, that quality and performance excellence are important as a competitive edge. Sri Ramakrishna (Multi specialty) Hospital and the management are taking much effort to combine high quality medical treatment with personalized care. The management is sincerely striving to make Sri Ramakrishna (Multi specialty) Hospital an ultimate destination for health care in its region.