World Laparoscopy Hospital

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World Laparoscopy Hospital
Location Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Founded 2001
Lists Hospitals in India

World Laparoscopy Hospital is a single specialty hospital exclusively dedicated to laparoscopic treatment training and research. It is located in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It is ISO 9001-2008 certified and its training is recognized by the World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons[1] and endorsed by the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons. All the laparoscopic surgery in this hospital is performed by qualified Indian surgeons.

World Laparoscopy Hospital[2] also provide free laparoscopic and robotic surgery for the patients who are socioeconomically under privileged. They also do free laparoscopic and robotic surgery for BPL patients under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana initiated by the Government of India. Fellowships and Diplomas in Minimal Access Surgery Course from this Institute are recognized by The Global Open University.


World Laparoscopy Hospital[3] is located in Cyber City, DLF Phase II in Gurgaon. It is just 5 Kilometer from Indira Gandhi International Airport. It has a vast collection of scientific and laparoscopic journals that can be accessed by researchers of Laparoscopic surgery. Just in front of the hospital is official Microsoft. The Gurgaon is one of India's four major satellite cities and is part of the National Capital Region of Delhi. According to a survey by Business Today magazine, Gurgaon is considered the best city in India to work and live in. World Laparoscopy Hospital is the Authorized Panel Hospital for Immigration Checks for Australia, Canada, United States of America (USA) and New Zealand. This hospital ensure a hassle-free and quick immigration experience for trainees doctors and patient. This superspecialized hospital been successfully managing the immigration programmes, making sure that the patients have access to the best of health care services and amenities across the world.


World Laparoscopy Hospital was established in 2001 by Dr R K Mishra. The director of this hospital Dr. R.K. Mishra is the author of many books on laparoscopic surgery. His one of the book published by McGraw-Hill is very popular all over world by the name of Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery.[4] This book is available in 350 book stores of the World including[5] and Wheelers.[6] Dr. R.K. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery.[7] His another book in minimal access surgery is Mastering the Techniques of Laparoscopic Suturing and Knotting.[8] The mandate of World Laparoscopy Hospital is to excel in patient centered care, scholarly work and research, in conjunction with educational mission its focus is on bidirectional translational research, and by its pro-active contributions to knowledge of Minimal Access Surgery. The vision of this hospital is to accept the challenge to translate new knowledge into the best possible comprehensive and cost effective care to the entire spectrum of patients.


WLH has been consistently ranked the top institute of Minimal Access Surgery in India to pursue an laparoscopic training by India Today in annual surveys starting in 2004. WLH has held the top slot for the minimal access surgery and has been ranked first as World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeon has conducted the survey.


The courses offered by the institute are:

Medical services[edit]

WLH is dedicated for laparoscopic surgery and patient are coming to this institute from many countries.[9] Doctors & staff at WLH strive to provide comprehensive, high quality minimal access surgical care services including specialty and super-specialty services to all without consideration of caste, creed, religion, sex, economic status or disability. However, there may be some deficiencies due to extreme patient load and finite resources. Acquiring newer equipment for investigation, research and patient care is expedited as it is not constrained by funds. World Laparoscopy Hospital offer free laparoscopic surgery [10] for poor and needy patients.


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