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FEHI celebrates 30-years of path-breaking work

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute (FEHI), Delhi, one of the pioneer and centre of excellence in cardiac care, is celebrating 30 years of path-breaking work...

India’s first Sci-fi hospital at Chandighar

PGI’s new 334-bedded futuristic hospital has jumped out of the science fiction world of Star Trek and its 23rd century.  For the patients to...

Sikkim gets India’s 2nd largest government hospital

The people of Sikkim will be able to access free state-sponsored healthcare in the new 10-storied Sir Thutob Namgyal Memorial Multi-Speciality Hospital (STNM) in...

Infrastructure – the backbone of a hospital

This article talks about the critical analysis of Indian hospital infrastructure and the scheme by Indian Government to boost the medical industry of the country.

12th India Med Expo 2019 to be held at Bengaluru

India Med Expo 2019 Bengaluru one of India’s No. 1 trade fair for hospitals, health care centers and clinics, will be held at Manpho...

Siemens Healthineers enables India’s largest cancer institute

Narendra Modi, inaugurated AIIMS, New Delhi’s National Cancer Institute (NCI), Jhajjar, Haryana on 12th February wherein India’s first fully Robotic Core Clinical Laboratory has...

Rajiv Nath of AIMED receives ‘Award of Appreciation’

Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare conferred prestigious ‘Award of Appreciation’ to Rajiv Nath for his contribution to the...

New bike service for emergency medical care

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) recently launched an emergency medical service ‘Mission DELHI’, as part of which an assistance unit on a motorcycle...

Healthcare Industry 2018 Recap & 2019 Forecast

2018 was action packed for the healthcare sectors with high profile mergers and acquisitions, government policy changes and regulatory developments. 2019 is expected to witness how technology will contribute in uplifting the healthcare sector with transparency being one of the key concerns. - Ayush Mishra

Wockhardt Hospital, South Bombay celebrates success of Little Hearts treated for...

Wockhardt Hospitals, Mumbai Central along with Rotary Club felicitates Rotary International President Elect Mark Maloney & celebrates success of Little Hearts.

Cabinet approves MoC between India and Japan for healthcare

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given approval on the Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) between India and Japan in the field of healthcare and wellness that was signed in October 2018.

Industry demands inclusion of Ayurveda in Ayushman Bharat

More than 75 per cent of the Ayurveda business today is with the private sector, and therefore engagement with private sector has become critical...

FICCI welcomes govt’s move to accord ‘industry status’ to hospitals

FICCI has welcomed the government’s announcement of according ‘industry status’ to private hospitals, along with support for land acquisition, clearances and funding, to boost expansion of healthcare infrastructure in tier 2- and 3- cities.

Two new AIIMS for J&K, One for Gujarat

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given its approval for a proposal for establishing three new AIIMS at Vijaynagar, Samba, Jammu at a cost of Rs 1,661 crore.

NephroPlus on an expansion path

The company is managing 14,000 patients every month, with 40 per cent growth over the last year.

Fortis Hospital, Mohali launched Cochlear Implant Clinic

A cochlear implant is an electronic medical device that replaces the function of the damaged inner ear.

A new Multi-Speciality Hospital at Kharghar

Shree Sai Multi-Speciality Hospital, serves its patients with a wide range of treatments, skilled doctors, latest technologies and attentive staff catering services in various medical departments.

ACTREC at Kharghar to be expanded for cancer treatment

The TMH, Parel has a capacity of 700-beds while the upcoming ACTREC at Kharghar will have 90-beds for the cancer patients.

Apollo Hospitals to manage 250-bed hospital in Kochi

Amongst the 250-beds, 50-beds will be dedicated for the critical care unit at Apollo Adlux Hospitals.

Efficient Health care Facilities – The need of the hour

Health care is the basic need of every citizen of our country which can be achieved from hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, medical camps etc....
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