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Columbia Pacific Communities signs MoU with Columbia Asia Hospitals

Columbia Pacific Communities, India's largest senior living community operator, has tied up with Columbia Asia Hospitals, to enable its residents to have preferential access to world-class healthcare. As per the agreement, Columbia Asia Hospitals, as the healthcare partner  of Columbia Pacific Communities, will provide their expertise in designing wellness centres at all future residential communities and provide training and protocol at Columbia Pacific communities. 

“The healthcare needs of senior citizens in India are evolving beyond emergency care and critical treatment. The need of the hour is an efficient geriatric healthcare system with a standard protocol and world-class facilities for the mental, emotional and physical wellness of seniors. At Columbia Asia Hospitals, we have just the right expertise and manpower to provide holistic healthcare to senior citizens. We believe this partnership will give residents of Columbia Pacific Communities timely and preferential access to healthcare services tailored to suit their needs”, says Dr Nandakumar Jairam, CEO, Chairman and Group Medical Director, Columbia Asia Hospitals – India.

Commenting on the association, Mohit Nirula, CEO, Columbia Pacific Communities says, “Columbia Pacific Communities is committed to redefining senior living in the country by taking care of their overall wellbeing. Healthcare is the most important need of senior citizens and through this association, we want to make it convenient and easily accessible to our residents in our communities. Columbia Asia Hospitals has a strong presence in India, and they are renowned in the healthcare space.”

About Columbia Pacific Communities

Columbia Pacific Communities is India’s largest and most experienced senior living community operator with close to 1600 residential units under management in 5 cities and 9 locations across south India. As the pioneers in this category, it is committed to reimagine the concept of senior living in India and create world class practices that exceed the expectations of its stakeholders. It is part of the Columbia Pacific group, one of the foremost developers of senior living communities and hospitals in the United States and South East Asia. Founded by Dan Baty, Columbia Pacific Group has more than 40 years of experience and expertise in designing, building and managing senior housing communities around the world. The team, with the expertise of its principals in the United States of America and its partners in India, brings together rich experience in senior housing design, development and management.  

 

About Columbia Asia

 

Columbia Asia is an international private healthcare company founded by an American entrepreneur, Mr. Daniel Baty in 1996. From the outset, Columbia Asia envisioned to provide quality, affordable healthcare services easily accessed by people wherever they live - driven by our vision statement, a passion for making people better. It is owned by an investment fund, International Columbia US, LLC (ICU). In 2016, Mitsui & Co., a Japanese conglomerate with deep operating experience in Asia joined as a shareholder in ICU.

 

Today, Columbia Asia is one of the largest and fastest growing hospital groups in Asia. It currently has 12 hospitals in Malaysia, 11 in India, 2 in Vietnam and 3 in Indonesia. 

 

With no more than 200 beds per hospital, it leverages modern technology to provide efficient specialist care and to reduce length of hospital stays which results in more cost-effective care. The hospitals of Columbia Asia provide a wide array of specialist services such as General Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Cardiology, Neurosurgery, Bariatric surgery and more.  These are appropriately supported by ancillary services that include an Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Care Unit, Physiotherapy, Laboratory, Pharmacy and Imaging.  

 

At Columbia Asia, strict clinical governance, ethics and excellence is demanded.

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