Dr. Tapas Raychaudhury Cardiac Surgeon in Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata

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Dr. Tapas Raychaudhury Cardiac Surgeon in Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata

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Dr. Tapas Raychaudhury Cardiac Surgeon in Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata

Dr. Tapas Raychaudhury top Cardiac Surgeon in Kolkata. Dr Tapas Raychaudhury graduated from Calcutta Medical College in 1974. There after he was trained in UK and Australia for 12 years. Dr. Tapas Raychaudhury is the first heart surgeon in Kolkata to perform the first 75 consecutive multi-vessel Bypass surgery between 1984 and '86. He then built B.M. Birla Heart Hospital as its first Project Director. In February 1996 he performed the first Beating Heart Bypass surgery in Eastern India and in the same year he performed the first 'Mini-Bypass Surgery' (MIDCAB) of Kolkata through a small 4 inch cut in the left side of the chest. From 2002 onwards, this pioneer bypass surgeon, along with his team members performed over 8,000 Bypass surgeries for low and middle income group at an affordable mean cost of only Rs 65,000 with 99% success rate in a Charitable Hospital in Salt Lake. Dr. Raychaudhury, who has more than 100 national and international scientific publications and presentations, is a past President of the Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of West Bengal. In addition he has written the chapter of 'Heart surgery' in the most popular text book of surgery in India by Dr. Asita Lal Som . He and his team have already performed over 2500 state of the art LIMA: RIMA Bypass surgeries at Woodlands as a pilot project, with an astoundingsuccess rate of 99.8%, a feat which is unmatched by any new heart centre in India. He is currently working on performing LIMA: RIMA Bypass surgery through a small thoracic incision with the aid of an endoscope. Now his total number of Heart surgeries has crossed over 15,000.

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MBBS, FRCS (RCS,England)

 

DESCRIPTION OF OUR FREE HEALTHCARE CONCIERGE SERVICES FOR MEDICAL TRAVELLERS:
1. Consulting Services & Treatment Package Creation : Personal medical record is required to accurately assess a treatment plan.
2. Physician C.V: Medical records transfer to physician for treatment and pricing options.
3. Second Opinion : Medical report for consultation by your specialist doctors a feedback is expected within 72hours [3days].
4. Budget Friendly Treatment Plans : Expect to have as many referrals from different hospitals detailing their second opinion and the cost of treatment.
5. Medical Visa Assistance: Once the patient is satisfied with respect to the advised treatment and hospital and finalize their plan for coming to India , we assist the patient in obtaining medical visa. The patient has to apply on his own for the same in High Commission of India (Indian embassy) in their home country. We provide an invitation letter to the patient from the respective hospital which is required for submitting their visa application. Also, our team is trained to provide any information/query that the patient may have regarding medical visa and medical attendant visa.
6. Treatment Itinerary : When see doctor, When operation takes place extra, also contact details for the ward room .
7. Personal case manager: Once the patient arrives to the designated country for treatment he/she becomes our full responsibility. To handle any cases arising from hospital/ doctor negligence or malpractice to the patients. Also organized the accommodation and stay of the members accompanying the patient we will be responsible for their safety.
8. Interpretation: Interpretation assistance if necessary
9. Communication: Assist in communicating with family and home. Mobile phone or telephone card.
10. Airport support arrival / departure.: Complimentary airport pick-up / drop-off in a cab.
11. Post care rehab: Post care rehab and nursing needs.

12. Wellness and spa packages: Wellness and spa packages added pre and post procedures. Palade , yoga and spiritual classes. Resort accommodation at 4 to 5 star level.
13. Follow-up support: Provide free support when patients come back their home countries.

 

 

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