BLK Pulse encapsulates information on the hospital, its progress, and insight into some of the very complex and rare cases, on a monthly basis. All the articles and special achievement features, which have been covered in this edition, are unique in their own ways.
We will always be on the lookout for such inspiring articles, news of special achievements, significant announcements and any material that you feel will be of interest to us. Please do not hesitate to write to our editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First of all, I must thank each and every one of you at BLK for extending such a warm welcome to our first ever edition of the BLK Pulse. Seeing the overwhelming response and the readiness with which many of you have offered to contribute articles, we have decided to make BLK Pulse a monthly newsletter.
Our cover story in this edition is about a challenging operation involving a team of skilled doctors at the BLK Cancer Centre who put in their efforts tirelessly for 12 continuous hours, retaining the original face of the patient after successfully removing the tumour even though the operation involved removing the skull bone and major facial bones. I am also delighted to share with you that we have recently signed an MOU with the Republican Research Center of Emergency Medicine, an Association of Emergency Physicians in Uzbekistan, to establish cultural, educational, scientific and medical cooperation in various spheres. This edition carries other such achievements we have garnered in the last one month.
As always, the editorial team will be happy to receive your articles and will look forward to get your continued support. You can write to our editorial desk at: email@example.com. To those who have offered valuable suggestions on how to make BLK Pulse better, we cannot thank you enough while hoping that you will continue to share your views and suggestions for subsequent editions as well.
I am sure you will enjoy this edition of BLK Pulse as you did the first one.
Wishing you all great health.