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India launches first carbon neutral hospital in Bengaluru with investment of Rs 1,200 Cr

28 January 2023 | News

A 500-bedded super specialty hospital by Ambica Medical Foundation and Research Center to come up in Bengaluru

Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, Ministry of State for Education & Ministry of External Affairs (Manipur), Governemnt of India, launched India’s first 100 percent carbon-neutral hospital with a capacity of 500 beds developed by Ambica Medical Foundation and Research Center, at a groundbreaking ceremony at Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru.

The project will be executed by its parent company, Ambica Constructions and Contractors, a Bengaluru-based developer who will be investing Rs 1200 crore in the healthcare industry, in association with Lifeline Hospitals Group, Chennai

Praveesh Kuzhipilly, CEO and Founder of Ambica Constructions and Contractors said during 1st phase of the project, land acquisition has been completed in Kalyan Nagar for setting up a super specialty hospital that will have 500 beds and the facility will be a 100 percent carbon neutral hospital, the first of its kind in India.  Another 50 acres of land have already been acquired at Kengeri for phase 2 of the project.

"Lifeline Hospitals has been a top healthcare provider in South India and we are very happy to have associated with them on this project," said Praveesh Kuzhapilly.

"Our mission is to set up a world-class facility that would be placed to provide ease of access and comprehensive care to everyone across this fast-growing city", said Dr J.S. Rajkumar, Chief Surgeon and MD of Lifeline Hospitals, Chennai.                                        


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