Kota Health Care

Kota may not be a very large place but it is indeed one of the most important cities of the state. It has earned the reputation as one of the prime educational hubs of the country. Thousands of students across the country and abroad come to study in different academic institutions of the city every year.

Apart from that, the tourist attractions in and around the city bring many visitors to Kota. The overall development of the area has resulted in the rise of population, which in turn has made Kota Health Care a basic concern.

To enrich the Kota Health Care scenario, the government and the city authority have taken a lot of developmental strategies. Among them, establishment of more and more hospitals and medical colleges are the top priorities. A stress is also given on encouraging alternative medical treatments like Homeopathy and Ayurveda.

There are many Allopathic hospitals, Homeopathy hospitals, Ayurvedic hospitals, Unani Hospitals, primary health centers, sub health centers, dispensaries and private hospitals.

Some of the leading hospitals and medical organizations in Kota are:
  • Opera Hospitals, Medical and Research Center
  • Kota Cardiac Hospital
  • Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital or MBS Hospital
  • Kota Cancer Society
  • Government Medical College

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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