By Hospals Team Blog Published on - 07 October - 2020

Biggest Hospitals In India

Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Fortis Hospital Anandapur Kolkata Manipal Hospital, Bangalore Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre All India Institute of Medical Sciences - New Delhi Lilavati Hospital - Mumbai Christian Medical College - Vellore Tata Memorial Hospital - Mumbai Kokilaben Hospital - Mumbai Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital - Pune Shri Ramchandra Medical Centre (SMRC) - Chennai

India has shown an immense growth in medical infrastructure and here you will see 10 best hospitals in India based on their specialties.

1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences - New Delhi

AIIMS strives hard to make world class clinical care available to millions of underprivileged citizens of India and neighboring countries.

While its magnificent buildings and hi-tech facilities may create a superficial image of elitism, a visit to AIIMS is enough to dispel any such illusion. Its corridors are thronged by patients, most of them too poor to afford quality treatment elsewhere.

They go to AIIMS with high hopes because of the reputation which AIIMS has built up. AIIMS is at present, not a single hospital but a conglomerate of facilities.

It has over 1500 spread over the main hospital, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic sciences, Cardiothoracic Centre, Neurosciences Centre, Institute Rotary Centre Hospital and De-addiction Centre.

2. Fortis Hospital - Kolkata

Fortis Hospital, Anandapur, Kolkata is a world-class super-specialty NABH accredited tertiary care healthcare hospital.

The 10-storied, 400 bed hospital (operational 200 Bed) is built on a 3 lakh square feet area, equipped with the latest technologies in the medical world.

Fortis Healthcare Limited is a leading integrated healthcare delivery service provider in India. The healthcare verticals of the company primarily comprise hospitals, diagnostics and day care specialty facilities.

3. Indraprastha Apollo Hospital - New Delhi

Apollo Hospitals opened its doors in 1983 and ever since nurtured a mission to bring healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual.

Apollo is committed to the achievement and maintenance of excellence in education, research and healthcare for the benefit of humanity.

In the 36 years since, it has scripted one of the most magnificent stories of success that India has seen.

Not only is the Apollo Group one of the largest integrated healthcare groups in the region, it also successfully catalyzed the private healthcare revolution in the country. Apollo today has made every aspect of their lofty mission a reality. Along the way the journey has touched and enriched 42 million lives who came from 120 countries.

4. Lilavati Hospital - Mumbai

Lilavati is a premier multi-specialty tertiary care hospital of India and has been acknowledged globally as the center of medical excellence.

Over the years, Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre has developed unmatched trust with its patients on the basis of a strong foundation which includes the state-of-the-art facilities, best medical expertise, research, education and charitable endeavors.

Today the hospital serves patients from all walks of life, not only national but also international.

The motto of the hospital is‘Sarvetra Sukhinah:Santu, Sarve Santu Niramaya:’ which means ‘Let all be blissful, Let all stay healthy’.

The hospital is “More than Healthcare, it’s Human Care”.

5. Christian Medical College - Vellore

Christian Medical College Vellore was started as a one-bedded clinic-cum-dispensary in 1900 by Dr. Ida Sophia Scudder, the daughter of second-generation medical missionaries.

Today, this healthcare organization of international repute includes a network of primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary care hospitals, with around 3000 beds spread across six campuses in and around Vellore, and in the neighboring state of Andhra Pradesh.

CMC is particularly well known for certain departments such as Neurosciences, Gastroenterology and Hematology (where it is a national leader in the treatment of rare blood disorders and bone marrow transplantation).

6. Tata Memorial Hospital - Mumbai

The TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL was initially commissioned by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust on 28 February 1941 as a center with enduring value and a mission of concern for the Indian people.

Tata Memorial Centre is amongst the oldest and largest cancer centers in the world, with over 75 years of exceptional patient care, high-quality training and innovative cancer research. Over the years, it has grown in size and stature, maintaining its preeminent position at the forefront of national and global cancer control efforts.

Compassionate patient care remains the major focus of Tata Memorial Centre, with eleven Disease Management Groups (or multidisciplinary teams) breaking departmental silos and providing optimal care for every patient.

7. Kokilaben Hospital - Mumbai

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital & Medical Research Institute is India’s one of the most advanced tertiary care facilities.

As the flagship social initiative of the Reliance Group headed by Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, the hospital is designed to raise India's global standing as a healthcare hub, with emphasis on excellence in clinical services, diagnostic facilities and research.

An institution that offers comprehensive quality healthcare services under one roof through transparent patient-centric care ensuring patient safety, privacy and dignity. An institution where Every Life Indeed Matters.

8. Manipal Hospital - Bangalore

Manipal Hospital is one of India's foremost multi-specialty healthcare providers catering to both Indian and international patients.

The hospital is a part of the Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG), a leader in the areas of education and healthcare.

With more than 5000 operational beds, the commitment to the overall well-being of an individual is at the core of everything.

Through the network of hospitals and an experienced team of medical professionals, the hospital provides a quality and affordable healthcare to everyone.

9. Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital - Pune

Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital in Pune has 500 beds, 152 I.C.U beds, 13 O.T.S, dedicated 27 daycare beds for chemotherapy and 29 dialysis units.

Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital (ABMH) is a multi-super specialty hospital located at Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pune in the West Indian state of Maharashtra.

The 500-bed tertiary care facility is sprawled over 16 acres of land functions in a filmless and paperless digital environment, backed by cutting edge medical technology and IT resources. With the finest talents in medicine, be they doctors, nurses, technicians or management professionals the Quaternary healthcare center provides high quality and cost-effective medical services.

10. Shri Ramchandra Medical Centre (SMRC) - Chennai

Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre (SRMC) is a quaternary care multi-specialty hospital.

The hospital facility with 800 beds and 200 Intensive care units, provides healthcare treatment for over 35,000 inpatients and 2,50,000 outpatients every year.

Today, SRMC is a leader in health care delivery in South India providing cutting edge state-of-art care for patients who walk through its portals daily. The Medical Centre is located in a sprawling 175-acre campus that is lush green throughout the year. Sri Ramachandra has the best physicians, surgeons and health care providers across all medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties.