Continental Hospitals launches 50-bed premium economy wing
The facility seeks to offer dignified treatment to patients of all economic statuses.
Continental Hospitals, a health facility in Hyderabad in India, has launched a 50-bed premium economy wing offering private, single-patient cubicles along with all the features of a quaternary care healthcare facility, the hospital said in a press release.
The hospital said the premium economy is the first-of-its-kind facility across the Indian healthcare space, and was conceived with the objective of offering patients of all economic strata the same treatment, privacy, and dignity.
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Continental Hospitals chairperson and managing director, Dr. Guru N Reddy, said the privacy and dignity of patients are often ignored or determined by a patient’s economic status, a problem that the wing sought to address.
Continental Hospitals is a multi-specialty, tertiary, and quaternary care facility in the Financial District of Hyderabad. The facility offers more than 40 specialties.