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Vydehi Hospital in Bangalore is one of India’s largest super speciality hospitals with a capacity of 1600 beds. The hospital brings together an enthusiastic and dedicated team of doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide the highest standards of medical treatment to people of Bangalore and its nearby places. This massive healthcare infrastructure spread over 65 acres campus of land supports a daily patient volume of about 100s of outpatients and inpatient visiting daily for getting relieved. The hospital with its unique approach to charity, reserves 30% of the beds in all departments of the hospital for the deprived classes of the society. The Hospital also provides free services to the poor and needy person that includes- free treatment, surgeries, diagnostics, imaging, free food, free medicines and follow-up care.

Yashaswini Farmer’s Co-operative Health Insurance Scheme, promoted by Government of Karnataka, is an innovative effort to provide world class healthcare at the lowest possible cost, Vydehi Hospital is identified as a responsible partner in this path breaking venture.

Vydehi hospital today is known as an integrated healthcare provider with its exceptional clinical success rates and superior technology.
It is committed to provide superior healthcare services of international standards in a comprehensive manner to every individual with an emphasis on quality, service excellence, empathy and respect. The hospital aims at providing tomorrow’s treatment today by deploying State-of-the art facilities and equipments, by providing affordable health care of unmatched quality and by embracing change and encouraging innovation.

Objective of the Hospital

  1. Provide optimum services to all people whoever seeks health services therby contribute to improved quality of life.
  2. Early diagnosis and effective treatment along with preventive medicine is to be delivered to people of all strata to create a healthier society.
  3. Provide necessary facilities for education and research to facilitate good health for the masses and to produce qualitative professional graduates for the country.