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Cloudnine stays true to its name and ensures that all our doctors are on cloud nine! Explore the real journey of the Cloudnine employees and doctors with us!
The patient counselling is really great here. NICU management is as per international protocols which is great to learn. Listening and learning from our neonatology consultant is really helpful and I am hopeful to pass my fellowship with better skills and knowledge.
Dr. Karambir Gill
Cloudnine is a corporate hospital with good reputation and medical ethics. After joining, I experienced the same as above with good commitment from consultants. The protocol followed here and the CME teaching program is practical and accepted all over the world. Recently NRP program was held to sharpen the resuscitation.
Dr. Murali SM
I believed Cloudnine to be a typical corporate hospital with lots of celebrity clients which hardly gives any chance for the juniors. However, I was pleasantly surprised to learn In due course that it accommodates everyone and there is plenty of scope to learn and practise.
I want to learn the latest developments in the field and also be able to practise it all and also do a publication or two under the able guidance of Dr. Kishore Kumar and also start a practise of my own and start a patient base. My surgical skills have been sharpened.
From the day I joined Cloudnine, I have been impressed by the infrastructure which boasts off the most advanced equipment to handle neonates with varying degree of severity. Working with world renowned neonatologist, Dr. Kishore Kumar, one can learn the most recent and advanced practices as is done in the best centres of the world. We are encouraged to take decisions independently under the guidance of neonatologist with rich experience, which helps to love our clinical skills. Training under Dr. Kishore Kumar, Dr. Girish SV and Dr. Nandini has been one of the best experience of my career till date.
Dr. Anubhava Patel
I wanted to join Cloudnine Hospital because it is a corporate hospital and it gave me a basic idea of how to work in a private setup. It broke my conception about typical private hospital. The teaching here has been good and gave me a lot of practical experience.
Prior to joining Cloudnine, I had assumed it to be a corporate hospital, wherein my responsibilities would be communication with the consultants and following management plans and that they would be limited to my working hours. Over the years, I have felt as a part of the care taking team. I have been given responsibilities at various levels and my decisions are acknowledged, thus making me responsible for patients’ health and management with scope for academic work.
My association with Cloudnine has been a learning process every day. There is always something new to learn or relearn and refine my skills from both consultant and patients. My communication skills with patients, colleagues, superiors and subordinates have improved leaps and bounds. Intensive care skills and knowledge has been honed and oriented to evidence based practice.Teaching programme, seminars and journal clubs have been appropriate to recent development. Discussions have helped me widen my review and thinking.
Dr. Suma AR