Global Hospitals located at Parel, Mumbai is the latest addition to the geographical footprint of Gleneagles Global Hospitals India. The 450-bed facility comprises of 17-stories, housing state-of-the-art infrastructure and advanced medical care facilities. The hospital offers end-to-end clinical, surgical and diagnostic services. The Hospital offers advanced Endoscopic procedures, Hepatobiliary and Liver Surgeries, Surgical and Medical Gastroenterology, Bariatric Surgery and Transplants. The hospital is a centre of excellence for Orthopaedics, Joint Replacement, Knee Replacement, Hip Replacement surgery. The hospital has round-the-clock services for Emergencies, Critical Care and Trauma.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals has multi-super speciality hospitals in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai. The brand is the most preferred hospital group for multi-organ transplants in Asia region.
The parent entity of Gleneagles Global Hospitals is IHH Healthcare, a leading premium integrated healthcare provider with a network of 84 hospitals and more than 16,000 licensed beds. It is one of the largest healthcare groups in the world by market capitalisation and is listed in the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia and Main Board of SGX-ST. IHH is a leading player in the home markets of Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey and India, and in their key growth markets of China and Hong Kong.
Multiple ICUs for specific requirements - Surgical ICU, Medical ICU, Liver ICU, Renal ICU, Cardiac ICU, Post-Transplant and others.
High end CT scanner that provides highest level of accuracy for diagnosing disease conditions of the heart, lung and brain.
A radiographic technique used for showing true dimensions by moving a narrow orthogonal beam of x-rays along the length of the structure being measured, for example, the lower extremities.
12 Modular Operation theatres with state of the art specialist equipment(s) required for performing simple, routine or complex surgeries of the heart, brain, kidney, liver, etc.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to make pictures of organs and structures inside the body. In many cases, MRI gives more in-depth information about structures in the body than can be seen with an X-ray, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scan.
West India’s First combined Liver and Kidney Transplant
World’s first TB spine surgery & Liver Transplant.
West India's first Dual lobe Liver Transplant.
West India's first Auxiliary Liver Transplant.
West India’s First Spilt Liver transplant.
Only Indian Hospital to be associated with King's College Hospital, London.
First hospital to be recognized for Research and Development by the Govt. of India