AyurVAID Hospital, the first hospital in the country to receive the prestigious NABH accreditation
May 21st, 2011 by akhila
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Bangalore’s first, and biggest, classical Ayurveda hospital- the AyurVAID Hospital at Domlur Extension- is a multispecialty hospital that offers comprehensive Kerala style Ayurveda medical care for serious chronic ailments. The complete range of purvakarmas, pradhanakarmas, including all panchakarma procedures, are rendered by a team of highly trained Ayurveda nurses under the supervision of a team of senior Ayurveda physicians with a collective experience of over 60 years in Ayurveda based medical management.
This exclusive 24-bed (30 bed capacity) Ayurveda hospital with air-conditioned (optional) premium, private, and semi-private rooms is located off the Intermediate Ring Road connecting Indira Nagar to Koramangala, adjacent to Dell-EGL. The treatment rooms are most hygienically maintained. All rooms are airy, well-lit, with en-suite bathrooms, flat screen televisions and WiFi internet access.
AyurVAID Hospital is the first Ayurveda Hospital in Karnataka to have a dedicated water treatment plant to ensure that all oil and other sediments are separated from treatment water before it is let off into the public drainage system. They also adhere to the Government of India’s Bio-medical Waste guidelines, as well as the Water and Air Acts.
The residents of Bangalore are in for a world class Ayurveda medical care facility.
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