Lakeshore Hospital has a unique distinction to have air, water and surface ambulance services. These rare combinations of facilities have placed the hospital in Limca Book of Records 2004. The helipad at the top of the building will serve to bring patients in critical stages from the airport. Water ambulance service is specially planned to cater to the small islands in and around Kochi.
The hospital has an ultramodern 350-seater auditorium with facilities for live demonstration of operations and advanced endoscopic and interventional radiology procedures from various operation theaters and endoscopic suits.
Other facilities for the patients and relatives include round the clock services like Pharmacy, Laboratory, Radiology & Imaging, Gift & Stationary Shop, Travel Assistance Desk, Business Center, Hospital Library, Internet Cafe etc. The food court will offer menu of choice of various countries and is designed to cater even to patients from abroad.
Lakeshore Ambulance is equipped for modern lifesaving emergency care. On an emergency call, the ambulance quickly reaches the patient’s home or the site of accident and trained staff initiates lifesaving treatment without loss of precious time. Concerned specialties at the hospital are alerted in advance to ensure immediate attention on the patient’s arrival at the hospital.
Lakeshore medical research foundation library, care to keep essential books and documents. Present collections include all super speciality subject and basic subject. Internet facility is also provided in the library. Library is planning to subscribe more than 80 journals both Indian and foreign origin.
Classified sequence of arrangement using DDC is followed in the library. Collection and service of the library support the teaching, research and clinical services of the hospital.
Recognition of Lakeshore Gastro Intestinal Surgery Unit as a training center for FRCS examination by the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
Lakeshore Oncology Department carried out bone marrow transplantation and peripheral stem cell transplantation for blood cancer patients for the first time in the history of private hospitals in Kerala.
Advanced endoscopic training is imparted to Gastroenterologists from various parts of India and from foreign countries including USA.
Kerala Sate Pollution Control Board Award 2004, for the best pollution control system among the hospitals in Kerala.
Introduced artificial insulin pump for diabetes patients for the first time in South India.