P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre is 400 bedded multi-specialty hospital in Mumbai, India. The hospital was established in 1951 by Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja, in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital (the main teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School), Boston.
The hospital is ranked as the 6th best hospital in India and the best multi-specialty hospital in Western India. The hospital is accredited with NABH, HACCP, CAP, and ISO 27001: 2005.
It holds several honorable awards, including the 2nd CSR Health Impact Awards (2018), CII Award for Customer Obsession (2018), Best Multi-Specialty Hospital (2017) at the ABP News Healthcare Leadership Awards, Times Multi-specialty Awards, naming for some of them.
The hospital is first for performing most of the procedures and introducing new technologies in the country that includes performing a awake craniotomy for epilepsy surgery, one of the first hospitals in India to perform laparoscopic gall bladder surgery, Cochlear Implantation, first hospital in India that started a Pain Management Clinic on its premises, offers the facility for Therapeutic drug monitoring for the highest number of drugs in India, first Hospital in Mumbai that started screening Centre for breast cancer, first private hospital in Mumbai to perform a cadaver kidney transplant & peripheral blood stem cell transplant, first hospital in Mumbai to introduce high-resolution scanning (HRCT) of the lungs, the first few hospitals in Mumbai to introduce MR Angiography and popularize non-invasive screening protocols combining color doppler and MRA for indications like carotid screening, first hospital in Mumbai to install Digital Video EEG for recording the electrical events of the brain, first hospital in India to set up a Vulvar Clinic, first hospital in Mumbai to perform Lung Transplant.