FUJIFILM India, a pioneer in healthcare imaging and information systems formalized their partnership with the Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Thoracic Oncology Disease Management Group, Tata Memorial Center (TMC), Mumbai for establishing a training facility at TMC.
This basic and advanced Bronchoscopy training facility at one of the most prestigious Oncology institutes is a step forward in FUJIFILM’s objective of combining technological advancement with imparting technical skills to health care professionals. The center will provide comprehensive training and observership programs to Pulmonologists from Asia Pacific Region.
Speaking about the new collaboration, Koji Wada, Managing Director, FUJIFILM India said, “FUJIFILM India has always been at the forefront of healthcare innovation and strongly believes that training and education to the Health Care Professionals can significantly contribute to raising the standards of patient care in the country. Tata Memorial Center, Mumbai has immensely supported the healthcare ecosystem and we wish that this partnership with FUJIFILM India will positively impact the patient care standards in various remote regions of the country with the help of continuous training programs. “In line with our vision to provide the best-in-class technology, our aim is to never stop innovating and working towards making India a healthier place to live in.”
Mr. Dheeraj Chaudhri, Head of Endoscopy Division, Endoscopy Systems Division, FUJIFILM India said, “We are delighted to announce that the new training facility will make the pulmonology fraternity abreast of the new technology and help them utilize the same in uplifting patient care standards at their respective locations. FUJIFILM India Endoscopy Division aims to strengthen the health standards of the country and empower the Health Care Professionals improve patient outcomes with world class training facilities and latest technologies in the country. FUJIFILM India has always contributed to making health conditions better in India and ensuring a good lifestyle for its citizens and will continue to do the same.
Dr Rajendra Badwe, Director, Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) said ” Tata Memorial Centre is committed to the ideology of Service, Research and Education. TMC not only provides equitable oncology-care access to the region through its multiple Centres across India but also imparts training and education through oncology “skillset focused” academic courses under the Homi Bhabha National Institute, a deemed to be University, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. This initiative would not only scale up the existing training program in basic bronchoscopy, train observers in interventional pulmonology procedures, but also introduce the pulmonology observers and trainees to the niche field of Onco-Pulmonology and educate them on the synergistic role of the pulmonologist in an Oncology setup as part of a multidisciplinary team.”