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Gleneagles partners with Dr. Jay Mehta for advanced gynecology services in Chennai

Gleneagles partners with Dr. Jay Mehta for advanced gynecology services in Chennai

Gleneagles Global Health City (GGHC), a leading healthcare institution, has announced a
groundbreaking collaboration with Dr. Jay Mehta to provide advanced gynaecology services
to Tamil Nadu and South India. The Center for Mullerian anomalies will be launched in
Chennai, India, to provide specialized treatment for patients born with an abnormal or
absent uterus. Dr. Padmapriya Vivek, Head of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology &
Fertility Medicine, and Dr. Jay Mehta, Scientific Director of Shree IVF Clinic, Mumbai, will
lead the efforts in this center, combining their expertise in gynaecology, laparoscopic
surgery, and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to offer comprehensive care tailored to the unique
needs of these patients.
 

Dr. Padmapriya Vivek's expertise in obstetrics and gynaecology complements Dr. Jay
Mehta's specialized expertise in laparoscopic surgery and IVF. This amalgamation of skills
ensures that patients receive comprehensive care tailored to their unique needs. The
introduction of advanced gynaecology services, including the specialized center for
Mullerian anomalies, in Chennai is expected to provide a significant boost to the local
healthcare ecosystem. Patients will now have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic tools,
minimally invasive surgical procedures, and advanced fertility treatments.
Gleneagles Global Health City is renowned for its commitment to patient-centric care and
clinical excellence. The institution's state-of-the-art facilities, coupled with the expertise of
Dr. Padmapriya Vivek and Dr. Jay Mehta, guarantee an unmatched level of healthcare
services. Patients can now benefit from the synergy of two exceptional medical
professionals dedicated to transforming gynaecological care in Tamil Nadu & beyond,
including the establishment of the center for Mullerian anomalies, a pioneering initiative in
India.