(Last Updated on : 28-11-2012)
Bombay Hospital is established in the city of Mumbai in India in 1950 by Rameshwar Das Birla, an Indian businessman and philanthropist. It has 830 beds, 110 of which are in the vital care and recovery department. In total, the hospital has 22 operating theatres, 3200 full time employees, 240 distinguished consultants and 200 resident doctors.
In the R D Birla International Cardiac Centre connected with the Bombay Hospital, there are 4 dedicated operation theatres, 2 pathological labs where 1800 surgeries and 4000 angiographies take place every year. The branch of neurosurgery and neurology also has 4 operation theatres while the department of orthopaedics has 5 operation theatres. The various departments are the department of neurosurgery and neurology, the department of orthopaedics, the department of cancer
, the department of nephrology and urology and the department of Imaging with facilities for CT scan, MRI and many others.
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