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Manipal Hospitals Salt Lake is a 95-bedded tertiary care hospital with a built-up area of around 68,000 sq. feet. Our clinical team comprises of experienced doctors, nurses, and attendants, providing excellent outcomes through advanced technologies, next-generation techniques, and state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring quick and accurate diagnosis, evidence-based medicine, compassionate care, and personalized healthcare to exceed patient expectations.
Manipal Hospital Saltlake-Kolkata is renowned for being the best hospital for patients. With advanced facilities, highly skilled medical professionals, a multidisciplinary approach, dedicated international patient services, cultural sensitivity, and comfortable amenities, the hospital offers exceptional healthcare facilities. It provides state-of-the-art medical technology, personalized treatment plans, and comprehensive care. Additionally, the hospital offers assistance with travel arrangements, accommodation, visa facilitation, and language interpretation. With a commitment to excellence and personalised healthcare facilities, Manipal Hospital Saltlake-Kolkata ensures that international patients receive world-class healthcare in a comfortable and supportive environment.
At Manipal Hospitals Saltlake-Kolkata, we offer a wide array of facilities, including a 24-hour Emergency Room, Laboratory, Pharmacy, and Radiology Services. Our hospital boasts five ultra-modern OT's and a 95-bedded in-patient facility with room options like Twin Sharing, Single, Deluxe, and Suite Rooms. We provide Ambulatory Services with a 24-hour Emergency Ambulance Service. Specialized departments include Dialysis Centre, Endoscopy Suites, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Advanced High Dependency Unit (HDU), and NICU for neonatal care. Our services encompass Nutrition and Dietetics, Speciality OPD, Physiotherapy, Preventive Health Screening, Home Physiotherapy, Home Blood Collection, Uroflowmetry Test Centre, and Invasive Cardiology. Your health and well-being are our utmost priority.
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