New Delhi is the second largest Indian city after Mumbai and the eighth largest in the world in terms of population density and the capital of India, Delhi is famous for tourism for many monuments and tourist attractions because it is famous for its Red Castle, Taj Mahal and much of the ancient civilization, is the focus of attention of the Arab and foreign world more than Two million tourists a year ancient history what distinguishes it, and is famous for the most important hospitals and modern medicine being the capital, the importance of health care provided by hospitals in terms of treatment or medical examinations use modern technology to treat diseases and one of the most important hospitals there (Max and Apollo, B.L.K., Fortis, Artemis and Medranta have made these hospitals the focus of the world's attention for treatment.
Delhi, the capital of India, is a large urban area in the north of the country.A neighborhood dating back to the last century, stands the majestic Red Fort of the Mongol era, a symbol of India, called the sprawling mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people. Nearby Chandney Chuck, a vibrant bazaar full of food carts, pastry shops and spice stalls.
Artemis Health Institute, established in 2007, is a healthcare venture launched by the promoters of the Apollo Tyres Group. Artemis is the first Hospital in Gurgaon to get accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI) (in 2013). It is the first Hospital in Haryana to get NABH accreditation within 3 years of start up.
Artemis Hospital, established in 2007, spread across 9 acres, is a 400 plus bed; state-of-the-art multi-speciality hospital located in Gurgaon, India. Artemis Hospital is the first JCI and NABH accredited Hospital in Gurgaon.
Designed as one of the most advanced hospitals in India, Artemis provides a depth of expertise in the spectrum of advanced medical & surgical interventions, comprehensive mix of inpatient and outpatient services. Artemis has put modern technology in the hands of renowned doctors from across the country and abroad to set new standards in healthcare. The medical practices and procedures followed in the hospital are research oriented and benchmarked against the best in the world. Top-notch services, in a warm, open patient centric environment, clubbed with affordability, has made us one of the most revered hospitals in the country.
Artemis Hospitals is the preferred healthcare destination for the employees of various businesses. They get access to quality healthcare with extra personal care, minimal formalities during admission and a variety of corporate offers. In order to ensure better health for employees & their families, Artemis Hospitals actively partners with various corporates by getting empanelled as their favored healthcare service provider.
BLK Super Speciality Hospital is a private sector hospital based in New Delhi, India with 650 beds and 17 operation theaters. It was founded by B. L. Kapur (Obstetrician and Gynecologist) on 2 January 1959. It is accredited by the NABH and National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories and the Joint Commission International. Its campus is spread over 5 acres and is managed by Radiant Life Care Private Limited.
Upon invitation of then Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. B.L. Kapur formed a 200-bed private hospital. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Nehru on 2 January 1959. In 2009, the original facility was renovated into a 650-bed tertiary care medical facility by Radiant Life Care Private Limited. Currently, over 150 senior specialties work under various specialty departments.
In September 2013, a team of 40 specialists from the hospital successfully separated a set of Nigerian conjoined twins. In March 2015, a team at the hospital conducted a sleeve gastrectomy which enabled a man from Iraq weighing 300 kilograms to lose over half of his weight in the span of a year. In December 2015, a team of 3 surgeons at the hospital successfully removed an aneurysm (7 cm) from the brain of an elderly woman. The case is notable because aneurysms bigger than 2 cm are classified giant and extremely hard to operate on.
In July 2017, a 45-year old male underwent a liver transplant from a patient who died of cardiac arrest. This was the first successful case of liver transplant from Donation After Cardiac Arrest (DCD), as opposed to a kidney transplant, which had been done previously in India. In the same year, a team of nephrologists, anesthesiologists, and critical care specialists from BLK Hospital assisted the doctors at Muhimbili National Hospital to conduct Tanzaniaâ€™s first kidney transplant on a 30-year old Tanzanian woman.
In April 2018, the cardiothoracic and vascular department of the BLK Hospital carried out a successful heart transplant on a 56-year-old male within 3 hours of harvesting the organ. A green corridor was created to celebrate the achievement. That same year, a Nigerian woman received the rare Osada procedure for a 12-year long adenomyosis of the uterus that affected her spine due to subsisting pain. Again in 2018, a 51-year old Iraqi male successfully received an artificial heart implant at the hospital after his heart was weakened due to gunshot injury in a kidnapping and ransom case. Nearly 18 months later, his original heart resumed functioning.