SRCC Children’s Hospital

About SRCC Children’s Hospital, managed by Narayana Health : 

is a multi-specialty hospital exclusively for children. Of the 2017 beds currently operational, 87 have been allocated for Multispecialty Critical Care covering new-borns to adolescents. It has taken critical care to a higher level with the concept of Level IV care where a qualified team of Pediatric Intensivists will be able to provide Emergency Life Support (ELS) for children with failure of their vital organs including heart, lungs and kidneys. Also available are a team of specialists in Cardiac sciences, Neurosciences, Hematology-Oncology, infectious, diseases, endocrinology, Orthopedics, ENT, Gastroenterology, diagnostics services and nephrology amongst others.

About Narayana Hrudayalaya Limited :

Founded in 2000 by Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty and headquartered in Bengaluru, Narayana Hrudayalaya Limited is one of the leading healthcare service providers in India, operating a chain of multispecialty, tertiary and primary healthy care facilities. The Company has a network of 23 hospitals and 7 heart centres across India and single hospital overseas at Cayman Islands with 6,200 operational beds across all its centres and potential to reach a capacity of over 7,100 beds. 

About Society for Rehabilitation of Crippled Children (SRCC) :

SRCC registered under the Societies Act, 1860 and the Maharashtra Public Trust Act 1950. It was established in 1948 to start Children’s Orthopaedic Hospital to assist children affected by polio. So far, SRCC has provided healthcare benefits to 100,000 children. It aims are to organise hospitals and clinics for diagnosis, care and treatment of disabled and other children needing any other medical treatment. To create and educate public opinion on the problem of such afflicted children. Its first effort was to establish the Children’s Orthopaedic Hospital to look after children afflicted by poliomyelitis. As this crippling disease was gradually eliminated, the society started offering its services to children. 


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