Columbia Asia Hospital
Columbia Asia Group of Hospitals is an active chain of hospitals working in Asia- India, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Indonesia. It was founded in 1996 and is headed by Nandakumar Jairam in India. This group is owned by a U.S. based investment fund which aims at opening smaller hospitals in areas where there are not enough medical facilities. Columbia Asia Hospital provides fully equipped medical facilities to middle-class society.
The main headquarter of Columbia Asia Hospitals is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In India, the main Hospital and Head Office is in Bangalore.
Columbia Asia runs around 30 medical centers in Asia. These hospitals provide best of the medical facilities with advanced technological equipment to people.
OPD Timing: Mon – Fri 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Departments and Services
There are many medical facilities provided by Columbia Asia Hospitals like:
Central Sterile Services Department
Major and Minor Surgery
Neonatal Intensive Care
These are some of the facilities, to name a few.
Facility for patient and bystander
There are many facilities provide to the patients and their relatives by the Hospital. The Nursing unit consists of Isolation care and Labor and Delivery suite, while the accommodation consists of Intensive Care Unit, High Dependency Unit and rooms available with single, two and five beds; a person can choose any of the rooms according to their preferences and privacy. There is also a cafeteria available in Hospital providing In-patient and Out-patient dining.
A team of dedicated doctors works for Columbia Asia hospitals. These doctors have experience and are experts in their specific fields like Surgical Oncology, Neuro Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Nutrition and Diet and Cardiology.
There are very experienced doctors who work hard to provide best medical treatment to the patients. The nursing and other staff also work hard along with the Doctors and work towards the development of their respective Hospitals. They offer over 10 major medical services and they are brilliant in their work.
The Columbia Asia Hospitals work very hard to provide the best medical services to all and make sure that their patients lead a healthy life. Their aim is to take care of the patients with utmost care and expertise and never discriminate patients on the basis of caste, creed, wealth, etc.
Columbia Asia Admission Process
Admissions for emergency and routine or planned admissions are open 24-hours, seven days a week. All procedures for admissions are to be held at the front desk. Upon knowing which room to book, a bill will be generated, and the patient will be required to make advance payments at the time of admission to the hospital. Apart from this, the hospital will adjust the advance payment at the time of discharge.
The discharge process of the patient will begin once the consulting doctor is of the opinion that the treatment of the patient is complete. All dues will be required to be cleared at the time of discharge, and the patient will be handed over all personal belongings. The patient can pay through cash or insurance or any other mode of payment accepted by the hospital.
Guidelines for visitors
Visitors are to visit only during visiting hours.
Proper decorum is to be maintained, and there should be no disturbance to the other patients.
Children below the age of 12 are not allowed.
Visitors should sanitize their hands before they come to visit their relatives.
Patient and Attendant responsibilities
Receive necessary care and healthcare services regardless of their sex and origin. (patients)
Be respected with the utmost care.
Know all the options for treatment.
The choice of opting to participate or not participate in treatment plans.
Find information in regard to treatment and other options.
Be truthful about their medical history.
Clinical outcomes are a measure to evaluate the quality of service provided to the patients and the effect of the hospital’s service on the life of such patients. Other than this, the outcomes are mentioned as rates or percentage.
Patient and Attendant rights
The right to be informed.
The right to all kinds of information about the on-going treatment.
Right to participate or not participate in a treatment plan.
Right to ask questions about confusions.