List of Top 10 Best Hospitals in India - Updated 2022

India has made significant progress in the medical field. From acquiring the latest technologies to the construction of world-class hospitals, India has come a long way. In fact, India has the most no. of clinics and hospitals in the world. Here is a list of the best hospitals in India.

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Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals

Sarita Vihar, Delhi

Open 24x7

Highlights

174 Doctors
700 Beds
1 Ambulance

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Free Wifi

Private rooms

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  • 1st in India to perform a successful Pediatric and Adult Liver Transplant.
  • The first hospital in India to be accredited by JCI in 2005.
  • One of the top hospitals in India ranked first in Neurosciences.
  • 1st installation of Spect-CT & Pet-CT in South Asia.
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Medanta-The Medicity

Gurgaon Sector 38, Gurgaon

Open 24x7

Highlights

174 Doctors
1250 Beds
50 Ambulances

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

35 more Services
  • It is one of India’s largest multi-super specialty institutes.
  • India’s first successful implantation of artificial 3D-printed vertebrae.
  • Best cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure
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Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road

Greams Road, Chennai

Open 24x7

Highlights

146 Doctors
560 Beds
5 Ambulances

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

36 more Services
  • 1st rank in the Times All India Multispecialty Hospitals Ranking Survey of 2018.
  • It is one of the most respected hospitals in the world
  • The most popular destination for medical tourism in India among patients.
  • Apollo has marked itself as one of the biggest hospital in india and touched over more than 120 million lives from over 120 countries, offering the best clinical outcomes.
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Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Andheri West, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

53 Doctors
750 Beds
3 Ambulances

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

34 more Services
  • No. 1 Multispecialty Hospital in Mumbai and the Western Region by The Week Magazine.
  • Certificate of Achievement from the Univants of Healthcare Excellence 2020.
  • "Best Hospital - Oncology & Diabetology" - West at the ET Healthworld Hospital Awards 2020.
  • Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital applies Protocol and Caring Path medication techniques to compete with international hospitals.
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Fortis Memorial Research Institute

Gurgaon Sector 44, Gurgaon

Open 24x7

Highlights

78 Doctors
1000 Beds
10 Ambulances

Open Hours

  • Fortis hospital in Gurugram is a multi-speciality hospital with an impressive global team, famous doctors, including super-sub-specialists and specialized nurses, and cutting-edge technology.
  • India's 1st robot-assisted Joint Replacement Surgery.
  • India's 1st Laparoscopic Left Lateral Donor Hepatectomy.
  • No. 2  Best Private Hospitals in Delhi by The Week Magazine Survey, 2019
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Blk Super Speciality Hospital

Pusa Road, Delhi

Open 24x7

Highlights

165 Doctors
650 Beds
4 Ambulances

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Fitness

30 more Services
  • BLK is a famous hospital to become one of Asia’s largest Bone Marrow transplant centre.
  • Houses the largest critical care programmes in the region.
  • 1st in NCR to install and start the use of Automatic Pneumatic Chute System.
  • Accredited with Delhi’s First MUD (Match Unrelated Donor) Transplant.
  • The best treatment for laparoscopic surgery.
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Artemis Hospital

Gurgaon Sector 51, Gurgaon

Open 24x7

Highlights

104 Doctors
400 Beds
5 Ambulances

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Fitness

28 more Services
  • Atremis one of the top 10 private hospitals in India, offers a range of experience across a variety of important medical and surgical operations.
  • 1st JCI and NABH accredited hospital in Gurgaon.
  • Received the 'Asia Pacific Hand Hygiene Excellence Award' by WHO.
  • Offers its international patients with Pre – departure, Post admission & Post Discharge services.
  • Green OT Certified.
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Gleneagles Global Health City

Perumbakkam, Chennai

Open 24x7

Highlights

44 Doctors
1000 Beds
5 Ambulances

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Family Accommodation

Free Wifi

Laundry

Mobility accessible rooms

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  • Gleneagles, one of the renowned largest hospital in India ranked 3rd to be the best hospital in 2022 in the field of oncology.
  • The only biggest hospital in India to be associated with King's College Hospital, London.
  • Asia’s most trusted and leading Multi-Organ Transplant Centre.
  • First Adult Swap Liver Transplant Hospital In India.
  • First successful Single Lung transplant in India.
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Highlights

75 Doctors
310 Beds
15 Ambulances

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Free Wifi

Laundry

12 more Services
  • ‘One of the top private hospital in India has established itself as a pioneer in the field of cardiac treatment and is recognized for its path-breaking work and services to numerous heart patients.
  • Top specialized hospitals for Cardiology Specialty’ by Newsweek 2021.
  • Gold Award in Healthcare Delivery Brand, 2020
  • Excellence in Cardiac Sciences by ABP Healthcare Leadership, 2019.
  • Best Interventional Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery Awards, 2019.
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Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals

Salt Lake, Kolkata

Open 24x7

Highlights

77 Doctors
510 Beds
1 Ambulance

Open Hours

  • This is the biggest hospital chain India with an impeccable performance in the field of healthcare.
  • The only hospital in Kolkata receives NABL certification in six separate categories.
  • FIRST F & B Department of Hospital in India to get the coveted ISO 22000:2005 - HACCP certification.
  • The first hospital in India has been certified by ISO 14001:2005 and ISO 50001:2011 for Environment and Energy.
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India has become popular for medical tourism across the world because of its reasonable rates, easy accommodation, qualified surgeons and quality services. The success rate is considerably decent for various treatmnets such stem cell. dental problems, cancer and many more. Hospitals in India continuously try to leverage the most advanced technology to attract more and more foreign patients and the number seems to be growing.  

 

Turkey is equally good with regards to its healthcare system. They have hospitals with state of art architecture who employ the best surgeons. Along with the most contemporary technology that is being used in other developed countries. And the costs are reasonable too. For more details about best Turkish Hospitals. Click Here.

 

FAQ

1. What are the good aspects of healthcare in India?

  • India is a top location for medical tourists.
  • In the Indian healthcare system, both private and government healthcare facilities are available.
  • In terms of volume, India is the third-largest exporter of pharmaceutical items.

 

2. Why Should I Choose India For Healthcare?

  • India provides high-quality healthcare at affordable prices as compared to other developed countries.
  • Usage of the latest techniques and technologies for treatment.
  • Less waiting time for major surgeries as compared to other countries.
  • Medical Visa has been granted to foreign patients that allows them to enter the country a total of 3 times.

 

3. What are the treatment procedures available in India?

 

  • Cancer
  • Bone-marrow transplant
  • Cardiac bypass
  • Eye surgery
  • Hip replacement
  • Dental services
  • Plastic Surgeries etc.
     

4. Is health insurance accepted at hospitals in India?

 

Please notify the hospitals if you have overseas health insurance valid in India. Hospitals may ask you to get an advance payment guarantee. That you will have to coordinate from your home country if it is an approved insurance provider.


 

5. What are the approved payment methods?
 

In India, all primary forms of payment are accepted, including cash, international Master or Visa credit cards, traveler's checks, etc.


 

6. What is the duration of an Indian medical visa?

 

By default, the Indian government permits this visa to be valid for 60 days. But, India's new visa policy allows for a paper-based medical visa extension for up to 180 days. So, you do not need a Medical Visa if you come to India for a tourist or business purpose and need medical help during your stay in India that was not expected in advance.

 

Furthermore, you do not need a medical visa to consult a doctor about your problem. A medical visa is required for treatment.

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Menstruation Disorders: Symptoms, Causes & More

Menstruation disorders – the menstrual cycle (menstruation) is a condition indicating a change in the functioning of the organs of the reproductive system. This disorder occurs in almost all women, the cause of their development can be both physiological and pathological disorders. 

Before treating menstruation disorders, it is important to undergo a series of examinations, the results of which will help the doctor determine the main etiological factor and prescribe the necessary therapy.

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Menstrual Problems

Causes of menstruation disorders

The main cause of menstrual irregularities is considered to be hormonal dysfunction in women, which entails an unstable manifestation of bleeding. This condition can be conditionally divided into 3 main groups:

Violation of menstruation in women after 40 years is most often associated with age- related changes in the reproductive system. At this age, the depletion of the ovarian follicular reserve occurs, and the frequency of anovulatory cycles increases.  Such changes in the female body are initially caused by irregular periods, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, then menopause.

In young girls, menstruation disorders is often associated with uneven maturation of the hypothalamic-pituitary and ovarian systems. Less commonly, congenital or acquired syndromes, chromosomal disorders, or reproductive system abnormalities can be the cause. Regardless of the cause, the treatment of the failure of menstruation should be carried out under the guidance of a gynecologist.

Symptoms of menstruation disorders

Depending on the etiological factor, menstrual irregularities can manifest themselves in different ways, therefore, a classification of clinical manifestations has been derived in gynecology, including:

  • Algodismenorrhea – accompanied by pulling pains in the lower abdomen, nausea, headaches, menstruation failure
  • Dysmenorrhea – an unstable cycle, manifests itself sharply without accompanying symptoms
  • Hypermenorrhea – profuse flow of menstruation with a normal duration
  • Menorrhagia – the cycle lasts up to 12 days with profuse bleeding
  • Hypomenorrhea – scanty spotting
  • Polymenorrhea – the interval between menstruation is not more than 21 days
  • Oligomenorrhea – short periods with a duration of 1 – 2 days
  • Opsomenorrhea – rare discharge at intervals of 1 time in 3 months.

In addition to the main clinical signs, there may be other symptoms that worsen a woman’s well-being and quality of life:

  • Increased fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Decrease or increase in body weight
  • Pain in the lower back or lower abdomen of varying intensity
  • Nausea
  • Frequent headaches, migraines.

All of the above symptoms should not be ignored by the doctor, who, after the results of the examination, will be able to determine the cause, make the correct diagnosis, choose the necessary therapy, and give recommendations.

How and what to treat

When a woman has a menstrual disorder, the doctor will necessarily prescribe a number of instrumental and laboratory tests:

  • Ultrasound
  • Histological analysis
  • Colposcopy
  • Flora smear
  • Dad test
  • Analysis of blood, urine
  • Infectious screening.

The research results will help the doctor get a complete picture, determine the cause, and, if necessary, select drug therapy.

Treatment for menstrual irregularities directly depends on the cause, concomitant symptoms and characteristics of the patient’s body. If physiological reasons are the cause, it is enough to normalize the regime of the day and rest, monitor nutrition, and avoid physical and psychological stress.

When the cycle is disrupted due to infections, inflammatory processes of the ovaries, antibacterial drugs, uroseptics, hormonal drugs, physiotherapy, vitamin therapy are prescribed.  Herbal medicine is prescribed as an aid. The choice of any drug always remains with the attending physician, who will select the required dose and duration of administration.

To regulate menstruation, doctors often advise to follow a diet, to exclude contact with any provoking factors. If the failure of menstruation occurs due to damage to the cervix, the woman may be prescribed surgical treatment.

Treatment and Prevention Tips

In order to avoid menstrual irregularities, doctors in the field of gynecology recommend women and girls to monitor their health, not to self-medicate. Every woman must follow certain rules, as well as have the necessary information:

  • Girls’ periods should begin at the age of 10-14 years
  • Keep a menstrual calendar
  • Visit a gynecologist at least once every 6 months
  • Timely treat all gynecological diseases
  • Not to self-medicate, uncontrolled intake of medications
  • Balance the menu
  • Lead an active and healthy lifestyle.













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