Cradle is now 'Cloudnine'

Announcing the new brand name at press conference here, Managing Director and CEO of Cloudnine, Dr Kishore said "we have created a new benchmark in maternal care, safe delivery and care of newborns.

"We feel we are on cloudnine today and a lot of our parents felt the same when they had their babies here.. that's when we decided to change the name".

With demand for quality care growing, Cloudnine would set up two new centres of Excellence in Bangalore.Both the centres will become operational by this year end, Kishore said.

In another two years, Cloudnine will mark its presence in Mysore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Kochi, Kozhikode (Calicut), Hyderabad and Mumbai, he said.

"We are looking at an investment of about Rs 100 crore for all the new 30-40 bed centres with a staff strength of 120", said M A Rohit, Director, Cloudnine.

Cloudnine, Kishore claimed, was "one of the safest maternity and woman care hospital in the world with 6000 deliveries, 3000 gynaec surgeries and zero mortality."

Cloudnine, he said, is involved in clinical research with Stanford University USA, Notre Dame University, Australia, which helps them provide the best care as per international standards and also as per evidence based medicine.

Cloudnine also has a one-day 'MBA' (Management of Baby Affairs) programme designed to make parents more efficient in dealing with most precious moment of their lives.
The hospital recently conducted a Uro Gynaecology workshop in which 100 gynaec surgeons underwent training.

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