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Kukreja Hospital: Rajouri Garden’s Healthcare Hub

One of the most prominent places in West Delhi, Rajouri Garden has been famous for its food joints, commercial malls and its avid camaraderie. The locality’s vicinity, however, has always had the purview of expansion in terms of medical facilities to cater to its growing population. And while there are a few smaller clinics and healthcare centers around the area, the locality could do well with a multi-specialty hospital to address the healthcare needs of the area’s populace.

On that front, Kukreja Hospital, Rajouri Garden has had a rather pivotal role and effect in managing the health of the region. A Multi-specialty hospital located in Vishal Enclave, Kukreja Hospital offers a capacity of over 120 beds and a nursing staff of 150 nurses. The 24-hour facility has a total medical staff of over 250 people with 22 resident doctors and over 50 consultants taking stock of West Delhi’s ailments.

Aligning the healthcare requirements of the public, Kukreja Hospital offers a host of healthcare services, with experienced medical professionals and a bevy of state-of-the-art medical equipment.

Founded in 1996 as a 50-bed hospital, Kukreja Hospital started with a focus on cardiac care and expanded to other services over the years. Today, the hospital has four buildings spread across an area of 44,000 sq. ft., with multiple departments and corresponding specialists. The hospital is also rather well-known as one of the most advanced cardiac centers in Delhi.

To achieve their vision, ‘we care to cure’, the hospital also has been constantly working to provide multi-disciplinary healthcare services and valuable services in medical care to patients of all ages in a comfortable and compassionate environment.

Facilities at Kukreja Hospital, Rajouri Garden

For the people of Rajouri Garden, this 24-hour hospital offers NABL accredited laboratories, imaging services, a blood storage center, operation theatres, a well-stocked pharmacy, an ambulance and even an emergency unit.

Apart from the medical facilities, Kukreja Hospital also organizes various public health camps and checkups on a regular basis as a part of their social initiative – thus keeping the health of the locality in check. And where the hospital has state of the art medical architecture and medical professionals at hand, its social contribution could set a better precedent and a better healthcare outlook for West Delhi.

Andrew s

Andrew has been in the online publishing industry since 2015. After receiving his degree in professional journalism from the Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, he contributed to multiple websites as a freelance writer and feature editor. Mostly, Andrew tackles controversies and theories that lead to a specific conclusion that either debunk or justify a particular claim. Further, Andrew participates in social developments that aim to simplify every individual's way of life and fight for peace. He is the new Editor-in-Chief of Pressroom Today.

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