Jalandhar Blood Banks





Jalandhar blood banks play a crucial role in the health care sector of the city. It is essential for all the residents of the city to know about the blood banks of Jalandhar, so that they can avail of the services in case of emergencies.

Some of the important blood banks in Jalandhar that deserve special mention in this context are:

  • Sacred Heart Hospital - 2255664
  • Ohri Hospital - 2222259
  • Civil Hospital - 2227006
  • S G L Charitable Hospital - 2233823
  • Kidney Hospital - 2272236, 2223252
  • Tagore Heart Care - 2257120, 2203322
  • Pruthi Hospital - 2222266, 2448899
  • New Ruby Hospital - 2220130

    The blood banks of Jalandhar play an important role in saving the lives of the residents of Jalandhar.



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    Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012

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