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2 May,2016

Introducing Pune’s first ‘Widebore, Silent , 3 Tesla MRI SCANNER’ at SSH Deccan

SAHYADRI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL DECCAN GYMKHANA, LAUNCHES PUNE’S FIRST ‘SILENT, WIDE BORE, 3 TESLA MRI SCANNER’

Sahyadri Speciality Hospital Deccan Gymkhana, was the center of action on 23rd of April 2016 as the city of Pune was introduced to its first ‘Widebore, Silent, 3 Tesla MRI SCANNER’ by the auspicious hands of Shri. Prataprao Pawar – Chairman Sakaal Media Group and Sahyadri Hospitals Chairman and MD, Dr. Charudutt Apte.

In addition, present at the launch event were Medical Director, Dr Deepa Divekar, Executive Director, Dr Jayashree Apte and Director Dr. S D Bapat. Along with the above stated dignitaries the event was also attended by SSH Deccan unit head Mr. Soham Bhatawadekar, Radiologists Dr. Anand Rahalkar and Dr. Vardhan Joshi and Diagnostics Dept. Sr. Manager Mr. Vinod Pande along with his whole team.

Continuing Its legacy of saving lives ‘SILENTLY’, Sahyadri Speciality Hospital, Deccan Gymkhana has introduced an advanced ‘Silent, Wide Bore, 3 Tesla MRI Scanner’ for the first time in Pune. With this MRI there is considerable noise reduction by 70-94%, while its ‘wide bore’ feature ensures that patient does not suffer from any Claustrophobia (fear of closed spaces), making this MRI more patient friendly.