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Interesting facts from history about Haemorrhoids, commonly called Piles — a disease that affects a fairly large population — and modern surgical techniques to correct the condition were presented at the Woodlands Hospital auditorium recently by Dr Pinaki Banerjee, chief, General & Laparoscopic Surgery, as the hospital resumed its CME (Continuing Medical Education) sessions after a year-and-a-half-long lap owing to the pandemic.

Dr Banerjee took the audience comprising 60 doctors and nurses of the hospital through the common procedures to treat Piles, like banding and excision before going on to explain a comparatively new technique – Stapled Anopexy – which is an operation to return the haemorrhoids to a normal position inside the rectum, for which a circular stapling device is gently introduced in the back passage. The procedure is less painful than the traditional surgeries and patients tend to return to work much earlier.

The audience was taken aback when Dr Banerjee related that Piles used to a be a fashionable disease in Europe back in the day because it meant one was well-to-do and could have good food. Some scholars believe Napolean suffered from a painful bout of haemorrhoids and could not ride his horse on the morning of the Battle of Waterloo, leading to the French loss and also beginning the end of Piles being fashionable, Dr Banerjee said.

Doctor's day, 2021
Durga Puja celebration by Lamp Lighting, Ethnic Dress & Décor
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RPSG Group Foundation Day, 2021
Standee - Swami Sivananda

Woodlands conducts health check-up of 125-year-old man, oldest living person:

Kolkata, Nov 27: The oldest living person in the world has quite appropriately entrusted the hospital with the richest legacy and longest experience of extending premium care with carrying out a thorough health check-up for him.

Swami Sivananda, 125 years and going strong, has come all the way from his modest ashram I in Varanasito the 75-year-old Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital, Kolkata, where he spent two days undergoing an array of tests, including pathological tests, ECG, ECHO, CT Scans of the chest and brain, USG, vision and audiometry tests, apart from consultation with doctors of different superspecialities.

Sivananda Ji, who was born in a village in Sylhet (now in Bangladesh), on August 8, 1896, also went for a Covid antibody test during his recent visit at Woodlands – after all, he has taken both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine at the age of 125 years, becoming, according to media reports, the oldest person in the world to be vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2. The tests were done on complimentary basis.

"We are honoured that Sivanada Ji has bestowed his trust on Woodlands, coming all the way from Varanasi to get his health check-up done here. His simple ways of life and his compassion for the ailing inspire us. He adds to the long list of eminent personalities who have chosen Woodlands-care over the years. We wish him a healthy and fulfilling life ahead,” said Dr Rupali Basu, Managing Director & CEO, Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital.

Sivananda Ji, had been born in a family dependent onalms to make ends meet but could hardly ever hardly ever manage enough for the four of them, which included a sister, two years elder to him. “Sibu” was only four when his parents consented to let him go with an empathetic sadhu from Nabadwip, Nadia, who was visiting Sylhet.

Two years on, on a visit to Sylhet, he would find out that his sister had died of starvation and malnutrition. He would also see the death of both parents on the same day, only to return to the Nadia ashram. Sivananda stayed on in the ashram for the next 20 odd-years.Although he had no formal education,he received “practical education” at the Ashram. He travelled to Europe and stayed in different countries there for 35 years as a “counselor” before returning to India in 1959. Since then, he dedicated himself to the service of others,in different states of the east and North-East India, including some exemplary work in the lepers’ colony in Puri.

“I had refused to touch the faces of my dead parents with fire as per customat six years of age, standing up to orthodox village elders. A few months on, after my diksha, it dawned on me that I may be without a home but the entire world was my home — its people my fathers and mothers and to love and serve them was my religion.” said Swami Sivananda.

The Swami who has varied interests, including medicine (his spiritual guru had been a doctor) has a very specific, if cryptic message for everyone: “Eat the liquid and drink the solid”. He explains, we should roll the water in out mouth before gulping it and chew our food and making it into a kind of liquid before swallowing it. The explanation? This would lead to secretions from facial glands like parotid, mandibular and maxillary, which when they mix with the saliva would lead to ease in digestion.

For further information, please contact:

Rith Basu – 9903335302 (Woodlands Hospital)
Suma Bandyopadhyay – 9836328460 (Relations PR)
Vaccination at CBC Pictures

Woodlands is the first and only Hospital in the city and the State of West Bengal to have started Phase 3 vaccination program for 18 years of age to 44, started from May 4, 2021 onwards.

We have received vaccine from Bharat Biotech and are focusing on COVAXIN now. These are all first doses. The Hospital site is vaccinating 250 peoples everyday, all registered through Co-WIN app. We have also started Workplace Vaccination Centers in several companies at their locations for the employee groups who fall in this priority zone.

We believe a large section of vaccinated population will finally help us in beating this COVID menace in India.

Here’s how you can book an appointment to get yourself vaccinated through the Co-WIN app:

#StaySafe #GetVaccinatedNow
Woodlands Home Care Launch Press Meet
World Radiography Day
Christmas Day, 2021
Heart to heart Promise
Patient Safety Day

One Safe health worker keeps hundreds of patients safe.
6s Awareness Week
World AIDS Day 2020
World Environment day
Doctor’s Day 2020

It is truly said that we can’t see God but on Earth Doctor is like a God who cures us and gives us life to live in a better way.

Woodlands Hospital came together (maintaining all safety norms) to honour and salute the Doctors on the occasion of Doctors Day on Jul 1, 2020. The Hospital unveiled a statue in honour of all the Doctors who are tirelessly putting their efforts to keep the society healthy especially during this global pandemic Covid 19. The event covered unveiling of 3D Statue by the Senior Consultants and Doctors of Woodlands Hospital, the Doctors have shown exemplary display of courage, dedication and commitment to save the human life from this global crisis and nothing more can be apt other than to express with a fond salute to all the Doctors on this day said Dr Rupali Basu, Managing Director and CEO of Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital.

Attended by

1) Dr Malati Purkait - COO, Woodlands Hospital
2) Dr Pallab Gangopadhyay - Senior Consultant Obs & Gynae
3) Dr Sudipta Ghosh - Consultant Orthopedic & Joint Replacement
4) Dr Nirupama Paul - Attending Consultant OBS & GYNAE
5) Dr Soumitra Bhattacharya - Senior Consultant Radiology
6) Dr Darius Ankleswaria - Director - GI & HPB surgeon
7) Dr Sankha Hazra - Clinical Associate Urology
8) Dr Ashish Patra - Senior Consultant Anaesthesiology
9) Dr Soumitra Chattopadhyay - DMS
10) Dr Saptarshi Basu - DMS
11) Dr Karmabir Chakrabortty - Director Gastroenterology
12) Dr Soumitra Chanda – Consultant GI & Laparoscopic Surgery
13) Dr Ujjal Bhakat - Clinical Associate Gastroenterology
14) Dr Sumantra Ray - Consultant GI, HPB, Laparoscopic Surgery
15) Dr Udayan Bakshi - Director Anaesthesia
16) Dr Rizwan A Sadique – Consultant Medicine & Health Check-up
17) Dr Mainak Chakraborty – HOD - Pathology
18) Dr Soutik Panda – Consultant Critical Care
19) Dr Rupali Basu - Managing Director & CEO, Woodlands Hospital

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Global Hand Washing day
2nd Critical care Conference
Cyclethon – ONGC
Graduation & Valedication Ceramony
Hepatitis Day
India's 1st Pink Ball Test

Play more to be in Pink of Health
Siti Cable Inter Hospital Cricket Tournament
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Woodlands Foundation Day 2020
Christmas Brunch Event 2019
World Quality Day
Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Breast Cancer Awareness Month, marked in countries across the world every October, helps to increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment as well as palliative care of this disease.

There are about 1.38 million new cases and 458 000 deaths from breast cancer each year (IARC Globocan, 2008). Breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women worldwide, both in the developed and developing countries. In low- and middle-income countries the incidence has been rising up steadily in the last years due to increase in life expectancy, increase urbanization and adoption of western lifestyles.

Woodlands Hospital has taken this opportunity to spread the awareness for early detection of this disease and this beautiful session was conducted by Dr Darius R Anklesaria.
World Deaf Day
World Heart Day, 2019 celebrations at Woodlands Hospital, Kolkata

We celebrated the World Heart day in Woodlands hospital, Kolkata on September 30, 2019. The program was attended by eminent Cardiologists of the city, v.i.z., Dr S B Roy, Prof Dr Bhabatosh Biswas, Dr Achyut Sarkar, Dr Soumik Ghosh, Dr Indrani Guha, Dr Hema Malathi Rath, Dr Anasua Banerjee, along with the other Cardiologist doctors, nursing staff and employees of the organisation.

The theme of the World Heart day, 2019 program in Woodlands Hospital, Kolkata was “Heart of Heart Care”. The program commenced with a pledge read out by Dr Saptarshi Basu, Dy Medical Superintendent mentioning that we are here to take care not only of our Hearts but also take care of all our patients Heart care as well as the Heart care of the society. The employees also pledged to “Serve from our Hearts, Serve with a Smile”.

Dr Rupali Basu, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer spoke on the impact for “Heart of Heart Care” on all the care givers and the legacy of Woodlands Hospital being the first private hospital to conduct successful open heart surgery and Valve replacement in the City of Joy. Prof Dr Bhabotosh Biswas a renowned Cardiologist also spoke on the occasion mentioning care for the cardiac patients are taken up in Woodlands Hospital, Kolkata through specialised wards, patients are really treated for their Hearts through specialised equipment’s and by serving the patients from the core of the Heart by the trained nurses and care givers.

The colourful program culminated with the unveiling of the “Heart of Heart Care” posters, and release of coloured balloons with promise to care from the hearts forever by the eminent Cardiologists present along with the employees of the organisation.
Woodlands Anthem Launch
World Patinet Safety Day

Every year, on 17 September, WHO spotlights patient safety to increase public awareness and engagement; enhance global understanding, and spur global solidarity and action.

This year the theme is "Patient Safety: a global health priority" and the slogan is “Speak up for patient safety.”

As WHO launches a global campaign to create awareness of patient safety ,and urge people to show the commitment to making healthcare safer.

We at Woodlands Hospital have hosted an interactive session on “ How to enhance patient safety”.

Woodlands Hospital also unveiled a poster campaign by its leadership team on dos and don’ts to enhance patient safety culture, which shows the management commitment towards implementation of patient safety and clinical quality.

Managing Director and CEO Dr Rupali Basu has elaborated to continue with the organizational culture of patient safety, benchmarking with international standards and evidence based clinical pratice guidelines.
International Day of Older Persons, 2019 celebrations at Woodlands Hospital, Kolkata

We celebrated the International Day of Older Persons in Woodlands hospital, Kolkata on October 1, 2019. The program was conceptualised to pay our respect and gratitude to all the elderly people in our society. The theme of the International Day of Older Persons in Woodlands hospital, Kolkata was “Hold their hands the way they held ours”.

Dr Rupali Basu, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer said “We in our country have 6% of people who are above 70 years and we are happy to the offer of Woodlands Seven Star privilege card. It is a token of our responsibility and respect to Older persons”. Woodlands Hospital launched the program with a SEVEN STAR PRIVILEGE CARD with a brief description of the privileges as given below:

  1. 20% discount on Out Patient Registration.
  2. 20% discount on Out Patient Procedures.
  3. 20% discount on Out Patient Investigations.
  4. 20% discount on Health Check-up Packages.
  5. Free home delivery of reports within 10 Kms.
  6. Free Car Parking on prior intimation/information.
  7. Dedicated Customer Relationship Manager 7604075551.

The program concluded with the distribution of the Privilege card to one of our loyal patient named Mr N K Nathani by Dr Malathi , Chief Operations Officer.
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