Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital, Rajkot

Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital, Rajkot aims at providing free medical services to the weaker sections of the society. The objective of Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital of Rajkot is to provide therapeutic services to all irrespective of caste, creed, religion and race.

Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital of Rajkot largely contributes to the well being of the people. The hospital is known to possess highly qualified surgeons, doctors, nurses, physicians and other health-care practitioners. In fact, the philosophy of the hospital is as follows:

  • Both poor patients and fee-paying patients should receive equal treatment.
  • Medical services should be provided irrespective of the nationality, caste, creed and religion of the patients.
  • Patients should be treated as 'Narayana'.

    Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital at Rajkot is constructed over an area of 34,000 square feet. The hospital contains two operation theaters. Some of the facilities available at Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital in Rajkot are:
    • Eco Cardiogram Machine
    • X-ray Machine
    • Pathological Laboratory
    • OPD
    • ICCU
    • Pre and Post Surgery Wards
    Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital, Rajkot is one of the pioneer hospitals in Rajkot that provides compassionate and selfless service to the patients. The services available at the hospital are at par with the services offered with the other hospitals of Rajkot.

    In order to avail the services offered by the hospital, the patients are required to inquire at the reception counter and take the preliminary details. From the reception counter, the patients are directed to the doctors. After diagnosing the problem, the doctor directs the patients to the surgeon, who decides the course of medication.

    Last Updated on 07/06/2013



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