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With all super-speciality tertiary care facilities that the medical world offers, Narayana Health is now a one-stop healthcare destination for all. From the first facility established in Bengaluru with approximately 225 operational beds in 2000, our Company has grown to 54 facilities (which includes 53 facilities in India and 1 facility in the Cayman Islands operated by our Company's associate company, Health City Cayman Islands Ltd.) with 5300 operational beds with a potential to reach over 6600 beds. Our Company has a network of 23 hospitals (multispeciality and superspeciality healthcare facilities which provide tertiary care services), 7 heart centres (superspeciality units which are set up in a third party hospital) and 23 primary care facilities (including clinics and information centres), across a total of 18 cities in India. (For details, visit
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Narayana Health City Performs 2 Complex Surgeries within 10 Days and Saves a Patient

The patient is a 54 year old woman who was suffering with a heart condition and was recently diagnosed with tongue cancer
Normally these operations are done 6 weeks apart, but after proper planning the team could perform these operations 10 days apart
Team... (more)
Infosys Foundation Partners with Narayana Health City to Open 100 Bed Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 Patients

Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic and CSR arm of Infosys and Narayana Health, one of the largest healthcare provider in the country, launched a 100-room quarantine facility for COVID patients in the vicinity of Narayana health city in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The facility, aimed at se... (more)
Narayana Health City Performs Karnataka’s Youngest Heart Transplant

End stage heart failure is one of the conditions mired with high mortality. Around 1/4th of the children who suffer from end stage heart failure die within 6 months and a majority of them do not survive beyond two years of age. The pediatric cardiology department of Narayana Health City has... (more)
4 year old Jehovah's Witnesses Patient Suffering from Stage IV Cancer Saved using Bloodless Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) at Narayana Health City

Bone marrow transplant on an average requires  the patient to undergo at least 5 to 6 blood transfusions and platelet transfusions each, but the procedure  was performed without any transfusion
Becomes the first hospital in Karnataka to perform bloodless... (more)
Narayana Health City Performs Robot Assisted Surgery to Cure Pancreatic Cancer in a Retired Government Officer

Mr. Bhim Rao, a retired government officer from the Karnataka is relived today as he has been cured of pancreatic cancer by the team of doctors at Narayana Health City. The 71 year old retired police officer was treated using robotic whipple procedure.
Mr. Bhim Rao... (more)
Narayana Health and Mazumdar Shaw Medical Foundation to Extend its Support to Healthcare Technology Start-ups from Across the World

Narayana Health along with Mazumdar Shaw Medical Foundation signs an MoU with global accelerator THE GAIN and South Korean start up Pixel Display
The MoU will provide Pixel Display an opportunity to do its product and market validation in India
Narayan... (more)
Mobile ECMO Retrieval Team of Narayana Health City Saves a Life

Compassion has no boundaries and that’s what happened with Mr. Nagesh. He was given a new lease of life at a city hospital by the ECMO (Extra Corporeal Life Support) retrieval team of Narayana Health City.
34 year old Mr. Nagesh was admitted at St. John&rsquo... (more)
Karnataka’s 1st ‘Heart and Lungs’ Transplant Patient makes Rapid Strides in Recovery

68 year old retired Central Govt. employee from Bangalore who recently underwent ‘heart and lungs’ transplant at Narayana Health City earlier this month, is presenting speedy recovery. With this surgery he became with first patient in Karnataka to receive ‘... (more)
Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Whitefield Launches an Oncology Department

As per the research done by India Against Cancer, in India more than 2 million people are living with cancer and a majority of them do not have access to quality diagnosis and care. To bridge the accessibility gap, Narayana Multispecialty Hospital, Whitefield has launched a dedicated oncol... (more)
Police Officer from Muscat with Acute Heart Failure gets a Gift of Life at Narayana Health City

A 37 year old police officer from Oman, Muscat was suffering from chronic heart failure with frequent exacerbations and recurrent hospitalisations since the last 3 years. His search for quality treatment brought him to Narayana Health City, Bangalore. A comprehensive evaluation reveal... (more)