Government Royapettah Hospital
|Government Royapettah Hospital|
|Government of Tamil Nadu|
|Location||Royapettah High Road, Royapettah, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Hospital type||Full-service medical center|
|Affiliated university||Directorate of Medical Education|
Government Royapettah Hospital is a major state-owned hospital situated in Royapettah in Chennai, India. The hospital with 712 beds is funded and managed by the state government of Tamil Nadu. It was founded in 1911 and is attached to Directorate of Medical Education. It is the city's largest peripheral hospital, and its limit extends up to Chengalpattu.
The Government Royapettah Hospital was opened in 1911. The cancer treatment centre at the hospital's annexure building was constructed for ₹ 170 million. The centre is the first exclusive government-run facility for cancer care in the state.
In 2011, as part of its centenary celebration, the Central Government funded the hospital a sum of ₹ 43.5 million to construct two additional floors in its Accident and Trauma Block. There was also a proposal for setting up a "Zero Delay Ward". The state government funded ₹ 10 million on the new surgical block. The casualty ward is already under renovation.
- Healthcare in Chennai
- Government General Hospital
- Kilpauk Medical College
- Stanley Medical College
- Government Hospital of Thoracic Medicine
- Adyar Cancer Institute
- National Institute of Siddha
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