Korea-Nepal Friendship Hospital was established in 1999,in the name of Kyung Hee Nepal Health Center with the purpose of providing various health services especially to the people of Bhaktapur and adjouning districts.
To provide the preventive, curative, promotive and rehabilitative health service is its motto. Passing the various phase from 1999, it has got the opportunity to be a 50 beded general hospital by the decision made by the bill of right committee under the cabinet of Neplease Government at the date 2009/09/14.
B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) was established on Jan 18, 1993 and subsequently upgraded as an autonomous Health Sciences University on Oct 28, 1998 with a mandate to work towards developing socially responsible and competent health workforce, providing health care & involving in innovative health research. The Institute, located in Eastern Nepal, has extended its continued health services through teaching district concept to Primary Health Care Centers, District Hospitals and Zonal Hospitals in different districts of the region. This University is aptly named after Bisheshwar Prasad Koirala, Nepal’s visionary leader in social uplifting, firm believer of national integration.
Netherlands Leprosy Relief (NLR) works with governments, NGOs, research institutions and Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) to promote the accessibility and quality of services via the provision of training, expert advice, research and innovation
First ever effort from the private sector, established to provide the highest quality of state-of-the-art treatment and excellent care to the patients and their families from all around the globe. The hospital has a dedicated multidisciplinary team of cancer specialists offering affordable, safe, innovative and compassionate care to cancer patients.
Nepal eye hospital is the first hospital in Nepal dedicated to eye care service established in the year 1973. Before the establishment of this historical hospital, eye service was available at Bir Hospital as government owned general hospital with the few beds provided by the Government of Nepal. Realizing the urgency to make a separate eye hospital, Nepal Eye Hospital was legally established in March 1973 with active initiation of Dr. Ram Prasad Pokharel the icon ophthalmologist and other like-minded distinguished personalities. Since its establishment the Government of Nepal, Ministry of Health and Population has been continually providing financial assistance to the hospital and other staffs including ophthalmologists once working at the Ophthalmology department of the Bir Hospital has been transferred to the Hospital, hence referring Nepal Eye Hospital as the only government authorized eye hospital in the country. The hospital has seen phenomenal growth over the four decades, with an establishment of its own technologically well equipped modern facilities designed along the lines of finest eye hospitals in the region with assistance from various national and international agencies and Japan being the first one. With it's six operation theatres and most modern eye care equipment, the hospital provides service in an average over 400 patients every day. The hospital has a team of 14 highly qualified dedicated doctors representing all ophthalmic sub-specialties at present.
Civil Service Hospital is located at Minbhawan, Kathmandu. It is an autonomous government institution under the Ministry of General Administration (MoGA). A seven-member Hospital Board with full executive powers to run the Hospital was constituted by the MoGA and endorsed by The Council Of Ministers.
After comprehending this burden of curable blindness, Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh (NNJS) was established in 1978; and in 1981, Nepal conducted the National Blindness Survey as an initial benchmark with the support of the then HMG/WHO-National Blindness Program. This assessment gave the true picture of blindness in Nepal, and thereafter, the blueprint was developed for eye care services in Nepal in 1982.
The key objective of the blueprint was to clear the backlog of the curable blindness due to cataract, and eliminate trachoma which was endemic in the mid-western and Far-Western Terai regions. Government eye care infrastructure and human resource were insufficient to cope with the magnitude of blindness. A drastic measure was the urgent need to combat the backlog of blindness - thus support from various national and international organizations was solicited to develop appropriate eye care system in the country. Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh (National Society for comprehensive eye care), an NGO, was the pioneer organization to take this lead.
Om Hospital & Research Center (P.) Ltd began its relentless journey by the name, Om Nursing Home in providing world class health care service at affordable cost. We have a total 150 beds including Suite & Deluxe and the expertise of over 50 accredited medical professionals in a wide range of specialist field thus bringing quality, integrated healthcare to patient
Nepal Eye Program was officially launched in July 1992 to support the prevention & control of blindness in Nepal and the region. Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO) is the implementing body of the Nepal Eye Program, a not-for-profit, community-based organization. With an aim to act as a model for treatment, research and training, one of the active members of Apex Body for eye health, Ministry of Health (MoH), Nepal and working in co-operation with all other eye care centers in Nepal, the TIO facility was opened in 1994.
Our services and facilities include highly qualified specialists along with trained nurses and supporting personnel using the latest state of the art technology to insure that we continue to be a leader in medical services. A new facility that has been added to the organization is our Cardiac Care Center. Another service that we are proud to offer is our close psychiatric unit.
Florid Laboratories Pvt. Ltd, a service-oriented pharmaceutical company, was established in Jestha, 2058 B.S., with the sole motive of serving the nation through quality drugs at affordable prices, thereby, making a significant contribution in enhancing the health care service in the country.
Vatsalya was set-up as a “Resource Center on Health” in the year 1995 by medical professionals with the objective to make consistent efforts towards ensuring quality health services especially to the poor and marginalized community of rural areas. Vatsalya has been contributing to Uttar Pradesh for last 17 years.