Aster marks excellence in health care field in Kerala, UAE

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Aster Clinics and Aster Medicity have been continuing its journey with outstanding achievements in the field of healthcare in Kerala and the UAE. When Aster Multispecialty Clinic began its qualitative transformation in medical services in 1987, it was uncertain that it would expand its network of clinics throughout the Middle East. For the past three decades, Aster Management has worked relentlessly to grow and develop this brand. Aster clinics are now known for providing high-quality care and exceptional service.

They have built solid quality standards, improved professional knowledge, and developed a large infrastructure to deliver the most satisfying environment by giving priority to the patients. Aster clinics can be found throughout the country. There are 52 Clinics and 14 Access Clinics in the UAE.

Aster Medicity in Kochi is a dream come true for Dr. Azad Moopan since it provides high-quality medical care at an affordable price. It is Kerala's first Quaternary Care multi-speciality Hospital, which opened in 2013. Their work is based on research, education, culture and technology. Aster Medicity received NABH Certification for Nursing Excellence and Bureau Veritas Green Operation Theatrical Certificate within one year of its inception.

Treatments such as Aster's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Bone Marrow, Liver, Kidney Transplant, therapy for Parkinson's and Movement Disorders, Deep Brain Stimulation, Spine Surgery, Epilepsy Surgery, and Cardiac Electrophysiology healed hundreds of people. About 1,200 robotic-assisted surgeries have been performed through the Aster Minimal Access Robotic Surgery Program. It's also one of the few hospitals in the world with a facility for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) for critically ill patients.

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