About Kailash Hospital, Noida
Kailash Hospital & Heart Institute (A Unit of Kailash Healthcare Ltd.) is a NABH & NABL Accredited Multi Specialty Hospital at Noida that offers an exceptional health care delivery system to its patients.
Driven by its mission of providing health care services of international standards at an affordable cost, this institution promises excellence in medical practices, patient care, clinical services, and technology. The Chairman and Managing Director Dr. Mahesh Sharma, believes that the health care domain requires constant technological up gradation so that the patients avail the best medical treatment. The forte of the hospital lies in its cutting-edge technology, remarkable medical talent conjoined with compassionate patient care. Kailash Hospital & Heart Institute, the largest hospital in Uttar Pradesh, embodies 325 Beds, 60 Critical Care units, Eight Operation Theatres, and specialized Out-Patient Departments. A line-up of 160 Specialist Doctors and a fleet of 1200 healthcare professionals cater to the varied verticals of the hospital. The institution boasts of the latest technology, such as, MRI 1.5 Tesla (Philips, Netherlands), Multi-Slice Spiral CT Scan for Whole Body, Computed Radiography, Mammography Mamomat (1000 Seimens, Germany), Bone Densitometry with Fan Beam Technology, Vertebral Decompression Unit from USA for Non-Surgical Treatment of Back Pain, Flat Detector Mono Plane FD20 Cathlab System (Philips, Netherlands), Ventilator (Dragger, Germany), Neonatal Ventilator (Dragger, Germany), Digital OPG System (Carestream Kodak, USA), Color Doppler HD-15 for Level Two Ultrasound (Philips, Netherlands), and many more. The Hospital also offers other amenities such as Round The Clock Ambulance Services, Mobile CCU, and Emergency Services. Other distinctive facilities include a specialized Invasive Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Privilege Cards for patients, presence of Pharmacy and Blood Bank, and online Lab Reports System.
Today Kailash Healthcare Ltd. has a strong edifice of six hospitals in Delhi, Noida, and Rajasthan. The Consortium also aspires at opening up new hospitals in remote areas such as Haridwar, Dehradun, Mathura, Zewar, and Khurja.