Health City Cayman Islands
Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI) completed its first phase of operations in April 2014 with 104 beds and a team of 20 doctors and specialists offering treatment mostly in adult and pediatric cardiology (including electrophysiology), cardiac surgery, and orthopedics.
HCCI is the brainchild of renowned Indian heart surgeon Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, founder and CEO of Narayana Health, a network of some 35 hospitals and tertiary care clinics throughout India.
The facility has four operating theaters and a hybrid catheterization laboratory. HCCI also offers advanced ICU monitoring, cardiology monitoring via telemetry, 3D electrophysiology mapping, with radio-frequency ablation for cardiac arrhythmia and nitric oxide delivery system for heart failure. It also has a state-of-the-art orthopedic theater with arthroscopic facilities, in-house comprehensive laboratory support, 128-slice CT scan, 1.5T MRI, and a nuclear medicine unit.
International services include a patient care team that assists with trip planning, registration, admissions, insurance, financing, and consultations. Patients are assisted from first contact through post-discharge care, achieved via a dedicated patient portal and Skype consultations. All staff members speak fluent English. Translators are available for Spanish, French, German, Filipino and Hindi.
HCCI offers comprehensive bundled packages that include consultations, investigations (labs, X-rays, MRI's, CT-scans as ordered by physicians), admission charges, surgical and operating room fees. Packages also include anesthesia and implant fees, room and food charges (up to 10 days), medications (up to 5% of the package price), and all treatments and physician visits for up to one week following the procedure.
Last updated on 14 August 2015
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