We take care, with the hands of compassion. Medicine is the divine hand of the almighty, and we endeavour to redeem this benefaction. Kalra Hospital began its journey into the zone of health care, on August 19, 1990. Kalra Hospital Sri Ram Cardio-Thoracic & Neurosciences Centre is committed to providing high-quality comprehensive specialist services, including tertiary services, focused on meeting the health care needs of the local population. Our institute is also making relentless endeavours, in order to discover new horizons in the zone of quality health care. Extensive programmes in medical education and research support our patient care, offering virtually every medical expertise, treatment and diagnostic tool. Our mission is to provide the highest quality, compassionate care at a reasonable cost through a physician-led team of diverse people, working together in clinical practice, education and research, in a unified multi-campus system. The dynamic environment at our institute unifies the energy and enthusiasm of people, working together for the best interest of patients. The hallmark of this team environment is competence, mutual respect and professionalism, creating an atmosphere conducive to constant learning and innovation. As one of the most respected medical centres in the region, Kalra Hospital & SRCNC has set a standard of excellence for the collaborative approach to patient care that has thrived for more than a century. This high standard lives on today, through team members who directly and indirectly contribute to patient care. Our panel of doctors hold themselves accountable, to this timeless standard, upon which diverse ideas, opinions, perspectives, values, and most importantly, individuals thrive.
Placing patients' needs and perspectives at the centre of service planning and delivery, Treating the staff with dignity and respect Being open and fair in all our relationships with partner agencies, Acting professionally and using our resources wisely Being transparent about, and demonstrating accountability for our performance, To integrate services between hospitals sites where there is a benefit to patient care, To increase knowledge through research, training and reflective practice, To meet our financial obligations and demonstrate effective use of our resources.