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Narayana Hrudayalaya setting up 1,000-bed super specialty hospital in Mysore

Friday, July 15, 2011

Narayana Hrudayalaya is setting up a 1,000-bed super specialty hospital in Mysore. In the first phase, 300-bed hospital will be built. The hospital will have 6 operation theatres, 25 beds at intensive care unit, blood bank and other facilities. This will be Narayana Hrudayalaya’s fourth unit in Karnataka after Bangalore, Kolar and Dharwad.

According to Dr Devi Prasad Shetty, founder, Narayana Hrudayalaya, the group has 5,000 beds now across India. Mysore’s facility will come up in six months. Referring to centralised air-conditioning facilities extended at many hospitals, he said this is leading to spread of disease. The Mysore facility will be eco-friendly and use natural resources amply. [Source: ToI]

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3 Comments »

Comment by Dr.A.Venugopal
2012-01-25 16:55:07

Kindly let me know the contact details for applying for the post of CONSULTANT PATHOLOGIST, CHIEF OF LABORATORY SERVICES, & BLOOD BANK MEDICAL OFFICER, at your Mysore Hospital, which is likely to comeup.

Regards

Dr.A.Venugopal

 
Comment by beenabinu
2012-08-31 03:24:32

my name is annamma oommen .im working as a staff nurse in saudi.i have 15 yrs experiance in various departments.How can i apply in your hospital.kindly give me the details pls….

 
Comment by manikandan T
2013-03-16 14:40:49

orthopetic tecnician 4 years experiance how can i apply in your hospital pls

 
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