Narayana Health - India's fastest growing Multispeciality hospital chain has set up India's first low-cost multispecialty hospital in Mysore. Located in a serene atmosphere, the hospital features 6 operation theatres, a 42 bedded Intensive Care Unit, blood bank, laboratory, pharmacy and the largest dialysis unit in Mysore.
Narayana Multispecialty Hospital, Mysore offers a wide range of services across specialities which include cardiology, cardiac surgery, nephrology, urology, neurology, neurosurgery, endocrinology, orthopaedics, internal medicine, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, neonatology and gastroenterology to name a few. The surgical specialities are supported by state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities such as 64 slice CT scan, MRI scan, Cath Lab, Endoscopy, Ultrasound, ECG, Echocardiogram, X-ray and Mammography.
The OPD at Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Mysore is designed to accommodate 2000 patients on a daily basis at full capacity. Apart from driving bed occupancy and resource utilisation, the large OPD capacity is primarily intended to ensure timely diagnosis and to provide relevant surgical intervention when required.
NH Mysore, in a one-of-its-kind initiative, provides free shuttle service for its patients from the hospital to Mysore City. It also offers free consultation to Out Patients across all departments. To ensure holistic treatment and aftercare to patients, companion care workshops have been introduced for patient's companion at the Mysore facility.
Few unique features of Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Mysore are:
- Construction: A pre-fabricated structure with minimal RCC construction was used except in the operation theatres, catheterization lab, radiology & diagnostic services and ICU areas. The building design helps maximisation of natural daylight and natural cross ventilation.
- Optimal Space Utilisation: Patients and their attendants waiting areas are as a common practice provided inside the hospital. At Mysore, architects have optimised space utilisation by clustering the waiting areas and providing them outside in the greenery, away from clinical zones.
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