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.