The seeds of our origin were sown as early as 1953 when the founder of the Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG), Dr. T.M.A. Pai, established the Kasturba Medical College in Manipal, Karnataka. Manipal Hospitals as an entity came into existence in 1991 with the launch of our 650-bed flagship hospital at Old Airport Road, Bangalore. Today, we are one of India’s leading healthcare groups with a network of 15 hospitals and have an international presence through our hospital in Malaysia.
OUR CORE VALUES
At Manipal Hospitals, we are devoted towards clinical excellence, patient centricity, and ethical practices.
Our commitment to clinical excellence is palpable in the high calibre of our team of medical practitioners. Our nursing staff and paramedical professionals are highly competent and provide great support to our clinical team
Our healthcare services are aligned towards our patients’ needs. Creating a compassionate and supportive environment for patients and their caregivers is of utmost importance to us. Our patient-first approach has earned us the goodwill of patients not just from within India, but also from across the world including the Middle East, Africa, and South-East Asia.
We attach the highest importance to ethical practices which is evident in our professional conduct, honesty, trust, and confidentiality.
We offer an integrated range of healthcare services from out-patient treatment and diagnostics to advanced clinical care which also extends to personalised home-care services. We keep pace with the latest technological breakthroughs in medical science and equip our hospitals with state-of-the-art facilities on par with global standards. From the simplest to the most complex medical problems, we deliver the most cutting-edge treatment.
We serve thousands of patients through our network of hospitals every day and offer quality healthcare to people from India and overseas. Through our association with the Manipal Foundation and other NGOs, we provide affordable healthcare services to the less privileged sections of the society.