“I served in Government Hospitals for 13 years. In 1983 Ban on Private Practice was imposed. I felt that my freedom to serve the society was curtailed. Then Kalyani Hospital was born. Over the Years, it has grown in size and structure and also earned good will among the weaker sections of society as Hospital for a common man. It gives me immense satisfaction that I am able to provide healing touch to thousands of expectant mothers who go out of the hospital with a baby in their arms and a smile on their faces”.
In our State of Telangana, there are millions of people who are not able to get quality Medicare at affordable costs. It is in this context that our Kalyani Hospital was launched way back in 1983 to serve the sick in need of medical relief. I am happy to state that we are able to realise our goal, may be, in a limited way to the satisfaction of many men, women and children undergoing treatment in our Institution.
PARCHA KODANDA RAMA RAO
My early exposure to medical science and Practice at Kalyani Hospital, under the care and guidance of my mother Dr. Anjani Rama Rao motivated me to acquire further skills abroad though I am in Birmingham (U.K) now, I wish to return to India and join the medical fraternity at Kalyani Hospital to serve the sick and needy by providing qualitative Medicare with expertise.
Dr Chetan T Parcha
Consultant Anaesthetist (AC)
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,