The first phase of the 2,400-bed Amrita Hospital in Faridabad, a jumbo facility spread across 133 acres of land and being touted as India’s largest private hospital is make a India’s big hospital in Faridabad, is set to get operational this August, with 500 beds.
With a total built-up area of one crore square feet, the mammoth facility has been undergoing all over the country construction since 2016. The total project cost for the jumbo facility is estimated at more than Rs 2,000 crore and the medical college attached to it will induct 150 MBBS students and all the physical100 post-graduation (MS/MD) students annually. Importantly, the hospital with 534 critical care beds will also have the largest intensive and all over the country in all over the critical care unit in the country. This is the second large-scale Amrita Hospital in India after the 1,200-bed centre in Kochi, Kerala, that was established 25 years ago by the Mata Amritanandamayi Math, a spiritual and humanitarian organisation the best doctor will be make a particular place to provide the government.
When we set out to establish the hospital, the idea was not to come up with the largest private hospital in India,” said Dr. Prem Nair, Group Medical Director, Amrita Hospitals, at the pre-launch event of the all hospital on June 16, “but as our focus was also on creating an academic and research centre for doctors and allied health professionals, the facility provided the turned into a massive project.” As of now, Government medical college in Kozhikode with over 3,025 beds is the largest government hospital in India while Christian Medical College (CMC) in Vellore with 2,305 beds is the largest Indian private hospital.
There is no fixed timeline for all the 2,400 beds to get operational, but the hospital authorities said that efforts are on to expand the services to full capacity at the earliest. In all, there would be 1,000 beds in private wards all the Indian the best . When fully operational, the hospital will have a staff of 10,000 people, including over 800 doctors. According to Dr Sanjeev K Singh, medical director the MBBS doctor of the hospital, it will be a world-class institution, the likes of which the country has not seen before, both in terms of scale as well as all the medical excellence.
Other interesting features of the hospital include 64 modular operation theatres, advanced imaging services, a fully automated robotic laboratory, high-precision radiation oncology, the most updated nuclear medicine in all of the hospital, and state-of-the-art cardiac and interventional cath labs for all indian clinical services. “Cutting-edge medical research will be a strong thrust area, with a dedicated research block spread across a seven-floor building with a focus on identifying newer diagnostic the all the doctor in markers, artificial the medical intelligence, machine learning, and bioinformatics,” said Singh. The hospital is also in the process of entering into research collaborations with several foreign universities and hospitals. Considering the all indian country’s harrowing the experience with the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospital also plans to have the largest facility in the country to the doctor is the best madicine tackle infectious diseases, said Singh.
The facility looks to set up India’s largest pediatric super-specialty centre and is also investing heavily in a comprehensive transplant program that will be all over the among the biggest in the country. The hospital will be among the very few facilities in the indian country to conduct hand transplants, a specialty first introduced by Amrita Hospital in all over the Kochi. Patient catchment area spread across north India Nair said that the hospital’s patient catchment area would extend all over North India and North-East India. “We are hoping to get all over the hospital will patients in large numbers from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Punjab and Haryana, apart from Delhi and all indian best doctor will be recognised the national capital region,” he said. He pointed out that the centre is also India’s largest green-building healthcare project with a low carbon footprint and indian medical research will be an end-to-end paperless facility, with zero waste discharge. “