AMRI Hospitals: Creating a Healthcare Hub in Eastern India | CEOInsights Magazine
  • Rupak Barua,   Group CEO & Director

    Rupak Barua, Group CEO & Director

  • With more than 3.5 lakh patients - footfalls annually, AMRI Hospitals Ltd. a premier private healthcare provider based out of Kolkata - is one of the busiest healthcare centers in the entire Eastern India. The group has three super specialty hospitals at Dhakuria, Mukundapur, & Salt Lake in Kolkata, and another super specialty hospital in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Boasting of a fleet of 5,000 healthcare professionals, including more than 600 doctors and a well-trained force of nursing staff, AMRI, backed by advanced technologies and the latest equipment and with more than 1,000 beds across its four hospitals, conducts more than 15,000 successful surgeries annually.

  • AMRI Hospitals: Creating a Healthcare Hub in Eastern India

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  • 10 Best Hospitals in India - 2019

    Gone are the days when we feared about a simple bump on our back or spike in our temperature. Back then, people had limited ways to achieve optimum treatment as they couldn’t get enough or appropriate diagnosis in the first place. Indeed, it’s a fact that the healthcare leaped when technology arose. Today, the advancement in science, technology, and training has made Hospitals & Healthcare systems not only the sites of care but also the sites of cure. There are now many advanced hospitals with machines, devices, and software that can help tremendously in saving lives, and people are less fearful of their health and not getting the appropriate attention needed. Today, the Indian Hospital Industry is going through a major transition, where it is facing dynamic challenges and at the same time, is bracing itself for newer ways to drive growth. From infrastructure to technology & innovations, Indian healthcare has made a giant leap, enabling quality, accessible and affordable healthcare to people at large. Also, there is a sudden rise of singlespecialty & multispecialty hospitals that are catering to the various ailments of the patients providing the highest quality of care. The hospital industry in India, accounting for 80 percent of the total healthcare market, is witnessing a huge investor demand from both global as well as domestic investors. Following this, the industry is expected to reach $132 by 2023 from $61.8 in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 17 percent. Addressing to this fast-paced and growing industry, CEO Insights brings to you the ‘10 Best Hospitals in India – 2019’, a directory listing the organizations that offer exemplary services in the industry. An expert panel encompassing the industry leaders along with CEO Insights Editorial Board has performed a diligent evaluation of the industry before listing the front-runners. The organizations listed here have distinguished themselves through successful ideation and implementation of practical ideas that complement the market requirements as well as cater to the end consumer. This listing will assist our readers in selecting well-suited and impeccable hospitals that will not only help understand the nuances but also help simplify the approach to such services.

10 Best Hospitals in India - 2019

Company Logo Company Management Company Name Company Description
 AMRI Hospitals Rupak Barua,Group CEO & Director AMRI Hospitals One of the busiest super specialty healthcare centers in the entire Eastern India with more than 1,000 beds across four hospitals conducts more than 15,000 successful surgeries annually
Cloudnine Dr. R. Kishore Kuma, Founding Chairman & Managing Director Cloudnine The organization’s vision is to effectively bridge the gap between Indian & international standards through a combination of clinical excellence, comprehensive care and an atmosphere of well-being, to ensure world-class standards in woman and child healthcare
CritiCare Hospital Deepak Namjoshi,Founder & Director CritiCare Hospital The foundation of the hospital is laid on the values of providing world-class qualitative medical amenities to people with a humane touch
Fortis Healthcare Dr. Ashutosh Raghuvanshi,Managing Director & CEO Fortis Healthcare The healthcare verticals of the company primarily comprise hospitals, diagnostics and day care specialty facilities. Currently, the company operates its healthcare delivery services in India, Dubai and Sri Lanka with 43 healthcare facilities (including projects under development)
KIMS Healthcare Group Dr. M. I. Sahadulla,Chairman & Managing Director KIMS Healthcare Group A multi-specialty hospital network offering end-to-end healthcare services with uncompromised care, continuity and commitment across India & GCC
Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre Lt. Gen. (Dr.) V Ravishankar, COO Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre With a commitment to serve the poor, the hospital is a renowned tertiary care centre offering world class medical facilities through its state-of-the-art facilities
M. N. Eye Hospital M. Nivean MS,Academic Director M. N. Eye Hospital The hospital was established in 1986 with a vision to provide quality eye care of international standard to the people of Chennai & around at affordable cost
Narayana Health Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty,Founder and Chairman Narayana Health The hospital is strongly dedicated towards delivering high-quality, affordable healthcare services to the broader population by leveraging skilled doctors, and an efficient business model
Shekar Eye Hospital Dr. Rajashekar Y L, Founder Shekar Eye Hospital A super-specialty eye hospital bringing international quality eye care & all eye-related treatments under one roof at affordable prices
Vikram Hospital Dr. Somesh Mittal, CEO Vikram Hospital A trusted multispecialty healthcare organization that assures performance, care & compassion, safety, and the earliest possible recovery

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