Bhubaneswar: SUM Ultimate Medicare’s (SUMUM) Department of Nuclear Medicine and its high-end PET-CT scan has completed a year in service of people. It has also earned the distinction of conducting the highest number of PET-CT scans in a calendar year in the city.
Last year, in July, SUMUM became the first hospital in Odisha to house the advanced Biograph Horizon Ultra HD, PET-CT scan to enable and empower effective cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment. Through the installation of the state-of-the-art PET-CT scanner, SUMUM could provide access to the high-end scan equipment to the people of the region.
Dr Swetapadma Dash, CEO of SUM Ultimate Medicare said: “The love and support of the people have always been a rock-solid foundation and inspiration for us. We want to say a big thank you for all the support we have received, both in the first wave of the pandemic and again this year. It means the world to us when we know our community has us in their hearts, trusts us and they are urging us on.
“This would not have been possible without the sincere commitment of our in-house Consultants and other Consultants who trust and repose faith in SUM Ultimate Medicare and its patient-centred quality care practices,” she added.
Chief of Medical Services, SUMUM, Dr (Brig.) Biraj Mohan Mishra said the hospital will continue to build on its reputation for clinical excellence.
Dr Sudatta Ray, Consultant- Nuclear Medicine recognised for his contribution in initiating and developing Nuclear Medicine facilities in the state, thanked the people for their trust and team members for the energy, dedication and focus they bring to work.