Mysore Hospitals and Nursing homes

The city of Mysore, along with its elegant royal buildings, marvelous gardens, ancient temples and several other tourist attractions, has also emerged as a medical hub of the state of Karnataka. With the presence of top of the line Mysore Hospitals and Nursing homes, the city is visited by thousands of patients from all corners of the state and outside.

The Mysore Hospitals and Nursing homes provide excellent modern treatment with highly specialized medical equipments. Some of the hospitals and nursing homes in Mysore along with their brief address are mentioned below:

  • Akshya Nursing Home, Siddhartha Nagar
  • Bidi fathima Nursing Home AK Road
  • Prasad Nursing Home, Irwin Road
  • Raman Medical Services, Rama Iyer Road, Krishnamurthypuram
  • Ravi Nurshing Home, 73 1st Main Road, Yadavagiri
  • Sri Ramakrishna Nurshing Home, VR Puram
  • Sudha Nurshing Home, 915 Sudha Road
  • Chaitra Mini Hospital, 14 Metaggalli
  • Chamundeswari Nursing Home 605 College Road
  • Ghousia Nursing Home and Maternity Center, 125 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Udayagiri
  • Karuna Hospital, Nrupathunga Road, Kuvempunagar
  • Kiran's Nursing Home Vani Vilas Road
  • Latha Nursing Home, Udayagiri
  • Naseem Medical Centre, Pulikeshi Road, Krishnamurthypuram
  • N.J Hospital, Vinyaka Nagar

Last Updated on 9/14/2011

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