Best Hospitals in Noida

NOIDA or New Okhla Industrial Development Authority is a satellite city of Delhi and a part of NCR region of India. It is considered as the most modern city in Uttar Pradesh and is a popular location for businesses. With businesses, there has been a growth in hospitals in the region as well.

Here is a list of top ten Hospitals in Noida

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91 Doctors
200 Beds
2 Ambulances
  • 4th Best Private Hospitals in Delhi NCR’s  by The Week Magazine Survey, 2019
  • Best Super Speciality Hospital in North India Award at National Business Leadership and Service Excellence Awards in 2017.
  • First active Liver Transplant program in Western UP and Completed 750+ transplants with over 95% success rate.
  • It is the second mega hub hospital in the Fortis Healthcare group, that caters to the special needs of patients.
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53 Doctors
700 Beds
7 Ambulances
  • Certified by NABL & NABH
  • One of the largest dialysis units in India.
  • A maximum number of I.C.U beds in private hospitals in India.
  • Experienced and renowned doctors in Cardiac Sciences (Cardiology & Cardio-Thoracic Surgery) and Neurological Sciences (Neurology & Neuro-Surgery).
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49 Doctors
1200 Beds
6 Ambulances
  • Jaypee Hospital has been Awarded the Achiever Emerging Multi-Speciality Hospital by Times Healthcare Achievers.
  • 2000 Successful Knee Replacement Surgeries done at Jaypee Hospital.
  • Region’s First Hybrid OT with Biplane Cath Lab.
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35 Doctors
207 Beds
3 Ambulances
  • Accredited by NABH & NABL and certified by ISO.
  • One of the best hospitals in Noida is equipped with avant-garde modern technology and the latest diagnostics.
  • In less than 45 minutes, the hospital in Noida set a world record by successfully executing a breakthrough non-surgical heart treatment, TAVR, on a 76-year-old patient, and angioplasty and stenting of the major artery in the same sitting.
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30 Doctors
340 Beds
5 Ambulances
  • One of the largest tertiary care private hospitals in the region.
  • Accredited by NABH
  • Dr Kapil Tyagi, a renowned orthopedic surgeon is the director of this hospital.
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22 Doctors
42 Beds
1 Ambulance

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  • A leading chain of women, childcare, and IVF treatment in India.
  • 1st dedicated leading hospital for maternity and childbirth in Noida.
  • They believe that a child is life’s greatest gift, and pregnancy is one of nature's most magical experiences.
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17 Doctors
150 Beds
3 Ambulances
  • Launched 1st robot, "COVID fighter."
  • With a team of highly experienced Doctors & Technicians, Path Lab at the Hospital is NABL accredited.
  • Has Blood Bank with Component separation units and Apheresis Unit.
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15 Doctors
10 Beds
3 Ambulances

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  • Hospital in Noida with more than 2,40,000 surgeries was conducted.
  • Has NABH Accreditation.
  • Equipped with Suture Less Phaco Robotic Toric & Multifocal and FEMTO Laser Robotic Bladeless I-Lasik
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12 Doctors
24 Beds
1 Ambulance
  • 1st Hospital in Noida, to introduce superior 5D Ultrasound Technology.
  • Among the selective few Hospitals introducing LDR facility in Delhi/NCR region.
  • 100 bedded Comprehensive women and child facility with Hi-end Neonatal Intensive Care Unit support.
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45 Doctors
20 Beds

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24X7 Pharmacy

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2 more Services
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3.  Is health insurance accepted at hospitals in Noida?

 

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

 

4.  What are the approved payment methods?

 

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

 

5. What is the difference between hospitals with NABH accreditation and JCI accreditation?

 

The international society of quality has approved both of these international healthcare quality standards. NABH (National Accreditation Board for Healthcare Organizations) is an Indian product promoted by the Quality Council of India, whereas JCI (Joint Commission Worldwide) is the international branch of the American Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) standards.

As a result of this comparison, the NABH standard is at par with JCI and other worldwide standards approved by ISQua. Both are separated into patient and administrative healthcare parts. The bulk of the JCI and NABH criteria are the same. While not all objective criteria are required in JCI, they are all required in NABH, making it more difficult to achieve.

 

6. What is the duration of an Indian Medical Visa?

 

By default, the Indian government permits this visa to be valid for 60 days. However, India's new visa policy allows for a paper-based medical visa extension for up to 180 days. Therefore, you do not need a Medical Visa if you entered India on an Indian Tourist Visa or an Indian Business Visa 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, on the other hand, is required for treatment.