About Asian Cancer Institute
Asian Cancer Institute [ACI] formerly known as Asian Institute of Oncology – a dream project of leading Best Oncology Consultants of the country was conceptualised and came into existence in 2002 at the Wellspring Clinic Piramal Complex, Parel as a day care centre. The project was then shifted to S.L. Raheja Hospital, Mahim, Mumbai in October 2002 with addition of in-patient with surgical facilities and subsequently to Somaiya Ayurvihar, Sion, Mumbai in 2013 with expansion of facilities to its current level and size in collaboration with the Somaiya Medical College This initiative by the country’s best-known names in oncology,strives to strengthen the three pillars of excellence in – “cancer care, research and education”. The establishment of “Somaiya Ayurvihar – Asian Cancer Institute” is an important step in this direction for the Asian Cancer Institute members in collaboration with Somaiya trust of the philanthropist and visionary late Shri Karamshi Jethabhai Somaiya’, the late Dr Shri Shantilaljee Somaiya and the current Chairman Samirbhai Somaiya with his family members.
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"The radiology department of the hospital boasts of American Board of Radiology certified physicians i.e. they are expert on acquiring and interpreting images for specific body parts or diseases. Our clinical skills are honed by collaboration with our clinical colleagues via interdisciplinary conferences."
"In this endeavor, while we have the best of an expert team of doctors taking care of the patients at one hand; we have an exemplary team of voluntary physicians and retired physicians who provide medical assistance to the not so wealthy class from negligible."
"The clinic stands apart in going a step ahead and working with the patient’s health care team to come up with a comprehensive treatment plan. This is because of the insight that many eye conditions stem from other medical conditions like diabetes, thyroid disorder, immune cell systems."