Muscat, Oman: Badr al Samaa healthcare group has won the Silver Award at the Oman Web Awards 2013, in the healthcare category. V T Vinod, Managing Director of Badr al Samaa Group of Hospitals, received the awards at a glittering ceremony.
This prestigious event strives at setting new standards for the web industry in Oman, and offers a healthy competitive platform through which participants get the opportunity to earn recognition for their creative skills. More than 300 entries from different industries competed in 26 categories.
Badr al Samaa Group of Hospitals was the only group from private healthcare sector to receive the award.
The group of hospitals has been voted as the best brand for 2012 survey conducted by Business Today as in the previous years and it was the fourth year they have been voted as the best brand consecutively.
“Ever since the inception, Badr al Samaa has always set trends and acted as an inspiration to be in tune with the latest developments in the field of healthcare technology, enabling them to be at par with international counterparts. We have always advocated the benefits and growth of web development and Information technology, and this award is a testimony of our efforts, Vinod said after receiving the award.
Badr al Samaa group commenced its operations in the Sultanate, as a multi speciality medical centre at the start of the new millennium to deliver affordable, quality healthcare services. It is a dependable source of medical care and has consistently been linked to progressive developments in the private healthcare sector.
It has always been at the forefront of developments in clinical services to ensure patients have the best possible care.
It has also been a leader in implementing new models of care to ensure greatest accessibility for patients and efficiency of service delivery.
The group is planning to start a Cardiac Catheterisation Lab at its Ruwi branch by the middle of 2013 and waiting for the Ministry of Health’s final approval. Equipped with state- of- the-art installations, the Cath lab will offer the latest interventions in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of cardiac ailments including coronary angioplasty, temporary and permanent pacing, drug-eluting stent implantations, AICD implantation and many more.
© Oman Daily Observer 2013May 2013