Pristyn Care unveils clinical education initiatives for surgical excellence

As PRIME takes its first strides, Pristyn Care envisions a future where a consistent approach to education and upskilling permeates across all categories

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New Delhi: Pristyn Care has announced the launch of its Clinical Education Initiatives arm – PRIME (Pristyn Research Innovation and Medical Excellence).
PRIME not only reinforces Pristyn Care’s commitment to patient-centric care but also marks a significant leap forward in advancing surgical education, promoting continuous learning, and enhancing clinical skills within the medical community.
PRIME’s launch is driven by two key goals. Firstly, it will offer certificate training in various surgical specialties, equipping emerging surgeons with the latest technologies and promoting evidence-based practices for enhanced patient care. Secondly, PRIME will engage renowned surgeons to share their clinical insights in esteemed journals, fostering a culture of knowledge-sharing within the surgical community.
PRIME’s rigorous training and ongoing educational efforts showcase Pristyn Care’s commitment to setting best practices and enhancing clinical skills. This initiative fosters one-on-one interaction, building a strong human-level connection in the medical community. The “Good to Great” program, led by senior Pristyn Care doctors, imparts evidence-based knowledge, while the “Masterclass” program collaborates with pan-India specialists for webinars, ensuring healthcare professionals stay updated with recent advancements for continuous improvement in patient care quality.
“As we usher in a new era in healthcare with the launch of PRIME, I am excited about the transformative impact this initiative will have, particularly in addressing the existing gap in training courses for surgeons on most advanced equipment, especially in tier 2 and 3 cities. Pristyn Care recognizes the crucial need for accessible and comprehensive education in these regions, and through PRIME, we are dedicated to bridging this gap. Our certificate training courses aim to empower aspiring surgeons with the latest knowledge and technologies, ensuring that the next generation of healthcare professionals in every corner of the country can contribute to elevating patient care standards. PRIME is not just a program; it’s a commitment to inclusivity, education, and the future of healthcare.” said Dr. Vaibhav Kapoor, Co-Founder, Pristyn Care
As PRIME takes its first strides, Pristyn Care envisions a future where a consistent approach to education and upskilling permeates across all categories, solidifying its commitment to excellence in surgical care.