Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj hosted a half day interactive session with some of the leading Cardiologists and Medical specialists of India at Radisson Blu in Ghaziabad. With the vision to provide world class healthcare facilities accessible to all, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj conducted its first ever Max Cardiocon 2012, a half day CME on the recent advances of management of Cardiovascular diseases.
Leading doctors from the region and all over India participated in this half day Continuing Medical Education (CME) program as a part of the Max Cardiocon 2012. The program was designed to enable the sharing of knowledge and experience of the several eminent speakers, on the latest trends and treatment options for the management of cardiovascular diseases.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) reinforces basic knowledge and provides exposure to new knowledge within a particular field. The CME covered various aspects of cardiovascular diseases to enable better understanding of the complex aspects of these niche areas.
Dr. Mohan Nair, Director Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Services – Max Healthcare & HOD – Cardiology, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj said, “The scientific programme covers the recent advances on the management and treatment of Cardiovascular diseases to enable better understanding of these niche areas. Max Healthcare is an established brand name for its international class facilities and expertise in each specialty of medical practice. Max Cardiocon is the first of its kind which aims to mark a paradigm shift in the conduct of CME and educational programmes that will make East Delhi proud.”
According to Mr. Neeraj Mishra, Vice President – Operations, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj, “As a healthcare professional, it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest news and current events impacting the medical field. Keeping up with the latest in medical news, can help one stay ahead of the curve in many ways. One gets to learn about the latest and greatest innovations and discoveries in medicine, science, and technology, which may prompt one to learn a new procedure, or new treatment for patients.”