Specialties in MUMBAI
Spinal, Cosmetic, Dental Care, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, etc.
Mumbai's Leading Hospitals & Clinics:
• Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre
• Shroff Eye Hospital and LASIK Centre
• Jaslok Hospital
• Saifee Hospital
Medical Standards and Accreditation:
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Indian Medical
Association, Indian Health Care Federation, JCI.
Mumbai as a treatment city at a Glance:
India’s most populous city, Mumbai, and its surrounding area are
home to 20 million, making it the world’s fifth most populated urban
center. Formerly Bombay (Portuguese for “good bay”), Mumbai is the
economic and entertainment hub of India.
With six large private hospitals serving international patients and a
number of specialty treatment centers, Mumbai now counts healthcare
as one of its most important economic assets, along with
engineering, information technology, and film. (“Bollywood” is king
in India, and any hospital visitor with a television will be treated
to some lively and colorful cinematic productions.) Mumbai is
India’s New York, bristling with commercial activity and cultural
diversity, extreme in every imaginable way.
Mumbai is headquarters to two large, multi-specialty hospitals,
including the JCI-accredited Wockhardt Hospital and Heart Institute
and the renowned Jaslok Hospital. Wockhardt’s treatment center in
Mumbai has established five super-specialty clinics for cardiology,
neurology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, and minimal access surgery.
One of Wockhardt’s two super-specialty heart Institutes is here,
offering a full range of cardiovascular diagnostics and surgeries.
Jaslok Hospital, one of the India’s oldest and most venerated, offers
35 specialties, with a fully loaded International Patient Services
center. Mumbai also hosts smaller, prestigious, single-specialty
clinics, such as the JCI-accredited Shroff Eye Hospital and the
Rotunda Center for Human Reproduction.
About Mumbai City:
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of India. Its original name "Bombay" emerged from the Portugal term
"Bom Bahai" meaning good bay or harbor. The city was formed by the
reclamation of 7 islands on the central-western coast along the
Arabian Sea. Mumbai lies 1400 km west of the Indian capital, New
Delhi. It is also known as Manchester of India. Mumbai boomed into a
textile city in the 19th Century. With the opening up of the Suez
Canal in 1869 the city's future as India's primary port, was
assured. Now it is the second biggest city in the world. The Glamour
of a prolific film industry, cricket on the open areas on weekends,
bhel puri (Indian snack) on the Chowpatty beach and red
double-decker buses enhance the charm of the city.
Access by Air:
Mumbai is well connected to the main Indian cities.
It has regular flights to all the major Indian cities. The
international Netaji Subhash Airport (Chatrapati Shivaji Airport) is
27 kms from the city. Most of the domestic airlines have direct
services to and from Mumbai to other important cities of India such
as Delhi, Kolkatta, Bangalore, Chennai, Patna, Varanasi, Lucknow,
Access by Rail:
Regular train services connect Kolkatta to all the
major cities in India such as to Kolkatta in Eastern India, New
Delhi in North India, Cochin in South India, Chennai in South East
Access by Road:
Mumba's National Highway connects it to the major cities of
India. The National Highway connecting Kolkatta is superbly made
with long driving and motels in between kept while upgrading the
highway for the welfare of the drivers in mind.
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