Kolaba is part of the old city of Mumbai, located on a distinctive beach from what made it the first place of tourism starting at the gate of the beach park called The Gate of India is a long arch of basalt built in the 1920s and along the way fashion boutiques and passes from the Palace taj Mahal the largest hotel in Mumbai famous Very, there are restaurants that offer well-known Arabic food, modern restaurants and shops selling souvenirs, it is recommended to visit them.
Mumbai (formerly bombay) is a densely populated city on india's west coast. Financial center, it's the largest city in India. On the waterfront of Mumbai Port stands the iconoclastic gate of The Stone Arch India, built by the British Raj in 1924 navy, the nearby elephanta island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city is also known as the heart of the Bollywood film industry.
Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai was founded by philanthropist Seth Lokoomal Chanrai along with surgeon Shantilal Jamnadas Mehta. The hospital was formally inaugurated on 6 July 1973 by the erstwhile Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi.
The hospital got substantial publicity in the late 1970s when Jayaprakash Narayan was admitted for treatment of kidney failure by the nephrologist M. K. Mani. Narayan died there in 1979.
In the early 1980s the laboratories run there by P. R. Krishnaswamy had the first fully automated Kontron biochemistry analyzers, an electron microscope and an aminoacid analyser The India's first recorded AID/HIV victim died at the hospital on 9 June 1986, after a fortnight's treatment.
The facility suffered during unrest led by trade unionist Datta Samant. On 17 October 1979, after severing the gas, water and telephone connections and crippling the labour force in the hospital, the management had to shift nearly 294 patients to other hospitals in the city. Dr Rindani, the then Medical Director, stood firm, The police were called in and a court injunction prohibiting assembly of the agitating workers was obtained. Samant had to back down for the first time in his brand of union activities.
Jaslok Hospital is located at Dr. G. Deshmukh Marg., Peddar Road, South Mumbai, overlooking the Arabian Sea. The name Jaslok is a combination of the names of Seth Lokoomal and his wife, Jasotibai.
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital is a tertiary-care facility in Versova, Mumbai, India. The 750 bed multi-speciality hospital became operational in the first week of 2009. The project was initiated in 1999 by Nitu Mandke as a large-scale heart hospital, but ran into troubles after his death in 2003. Subsequently, it was completed by the Anil Ambani-led Reliance ADA group. The hospital has boasted of many firsts not only in India but also in Asia. Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital has the first 3-room intra-operative MRI suite (IMRIS) in Asia, Asia's first EDGE Radiosurgery system from Varian Medical Systems, India's 1st Spine Surgery Suite featuring the O-arm and many more.
The hospital is named after Kokilaben Ambani, wife of industrialist Dhirubhai Ambani, who was the founder of Reliance Industries.
The hospital courted controversy in 2014 when it offered incentives to doctors for referring patients. It later apologised to the Maharashtra Medical Council. In 2016, the hospital announced that it would be setting up 18 cancer-care centres in rural Maharashtra, under the name Reliance Cancer Centre's that will be operated and managed by Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital.
The Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre is a private hospital located in Bandra, Mumbai, India. The hospital was established in 1978 by the Lilavati Kirtilal Mehta Medical Trust.
With the motto "More Than Healthcare, Human Care" and with the mission of providing affordable, high-quality health care, the trustees of Lilavati Hospital have developed a specialty hospital in India that combines treatment, research, and education meeting international standards. Patients receive treatment and students get a medical education with the latest technological equipment and facilities.
In 1978, Shri Kirtilal Manilal Mehta—a diamond merchant fondly known as Bapaji, who in 1956 founded the Antwerp-based diamond company Gembel NV—established the Lilavati Kirtilal Mehta Medical Trust in memory of his late wife, Smt. Lilavati Kirtilal Mehta. The trust has been managed, controlled, and administered by Mehta family members Prabodh Kirtilal Mehta, Rashmi Mehta, and Chetan Prabodh Mehta.
In 1997, the trust established Lilavati Hospital, with 314 beds, 12 operating theaters, 300 consultants, intensive care units (ICUs), and 1,800 staff members to provide care for 300 in-patients and 1,500 out-patients daily.
The Saifee Hospital is a hospital built in the Charni Road region of Mumbai, India. Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin dedicated the hospital to the memory of his revered father, Syedna Taher Saifuddin.
The old Saifee Hospital was functioning since 1948, thereafter, the Saifee Hospital Trust decided to build a new hospital on the existing premises. Construction commenced in 2001 and the Hospital and was commissioned 4 June 2005 in the presence of the erstwhile Honorable Prime minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh. The hospital features a combination of classical Arabian (with domes and arches) and contemporary (with glass curtain facades) architectural styles.
It is a 250 bedded multi-specialty tertiary care hospital providing medical, surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic services. The specialties range from simple Day-care procedures to complex Cardiac surgery and acute care emergency medicine. There are 37 beds Critical Care Units, 4 beds High Dependency Unit for critical patients, 9 State of the art Operating Theatre suites with International Infection Control Protocols. The hospital also features the first LASIK suite (for advanced laser eye surgery) to be established in India. A recent addition is a highly advanced Robotic Surgical System to facilitate the surgeon in performing complex surgery using a minimally invasive approach.
In the aftermath of the 2011 Mumbai bombings, Saifee hospital provided free treatment to victims and affected people of the bomb blast.
Wockhardt Hospitals are one of the tertiary care, super speciality healthcare networks in India offering healthcare services. The chain of hospitals is owned by the parent company Wockhardt Ltd., India's 5th largest Pharmaceutical and Healthcare company with a presence in 20 countries across the globe. Wockhardt hospitals, originally called First hospitals and Heart Institute, were one of the early movers among corporate health-care chains in India. The company was established in 1989 and it started its first operations with a medical center in Kolkata, 1989 and a heart hospital in Bangalore two years later. Today the company has its presence across India with 9 multi speciality hospital networks.
Wockhardt Hospitals was incorporated on 28 August 1991 under the Companies Act, 1956 as a public limited company. The Company was originally named First Hospitals and Heart Institute Limited. On 11 September 2000 the name was changed to Wockhardt Health Sciences Limited and subsequently on 19 October 2000 the name was changed to Wockhardt Hospitals Limited.