Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital (MBS Hospital)



One of the leading names in Kota health care, the Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital (MBS Hospital) is a state of the art hospital with seven hundred plus beds. Located at the Civil Lines area of the city, this hospital provides medical assistance to thousands of people in the city.

The Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital (MBS Hospital) is visited by not only the patients of the city but also from other places. The Intensive Care Unit and the private rooms are equipped with latest medical kits and machines. The nursing staff of the hospital is one of the best in the state. The Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital is well served with residential doctors and many well known visiting doctors. The MBS Hospital also organizes free medical and health awareness camps around the city.



Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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