Sahyadri complements but does not compete with surrounding hospitals |Sahyadri forms an ideal HUB and SPOKE model where primary, secondary and tertiary health care is delivered with seamless integration |Sahyadri constantly endeavors to Innovate, Improvise and Indigenous Technology to make it affordable |Sahyadri has an attitude of Transparency, Respect and Compassion towards patients and their families to foster Reconciliation and Recuperation | "Sahyadri is the largest chain of hospitals in Maharashtra." |
Sahyadri Neurosurgery department was started under the banner of PUNE INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGY, in 1994, which is considered as the parent institute. Seeds were sown when four like minded people working in the same specialty came together out of their common interest of providing super specialty health care to people at large. These glorious names include Dr Charudutt Apte (Neurosurgeon), Dr. Pradeep Divate (Neurologist), Dr Deepa Divekar (Paediatric Neurologist) and Dr Hemant Sant (Neurologist). Over the last two decades, Sahyadri has transitioned to a leading neurosurgery hospital in Pune undergoing many transitions and has upgraded its scope considerably. It now matches the high standards of any western neurosurgery hospital in patient care.
The Neurosurgery department has extensive experience and expertise in caring for patients with problems involving brain, spine, cerebrovascular diseases and others. A team of neurosurgeons at Sahyadri Hospital perform thousands of neuro surgical procedures each year making them among the most experienced neurosurgeons in Pune and the entire region. Neuro surgical team work closely with other specialist especially Neurology, Oncology, neuro radiology and orthopedics. The combination of work makes access to a broad range of expertise which is beneficial to patients. Working as a team, neuro surgeons and highly skilled support staff use state-of-the-art advanced Neurosurgery technology to provide the most appropriate care for our hospital patients.
Amongst our special capabilities are:
Surgeries for deep seated brain tumors like acoustic neuroma
Computer-assisted stereotactic surgery
Awake craniotomy for tumor excision- where brain tumor is excised keeping the patients awake!!!! yes….. It is painless…..!!!!!
Computer assisted surgery for spinal disorders
Surgeries for Cerebrovascular disorders
Surgical treatment for epilepsy
Surgical treatment for movement disorders including parkinsonism