Renai Medicity

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Renai Medicity
Location Palarivattom, Kochi, India
Emergency department Yes
Beds 500
Lists Hospitals in India

Renai Medicity is a multi super-speciality Hospital in Kochi, Kerala,[1] built in memory of founder late Polakulath Narayanan. The hospital is situated in 3 acres of land adjacent to NH 47, between Palarivattom and Edapally.[2]


Renai medicity is managed by Polakulath Group of Hotels, Resorts & Healthcare. The hospital is located at the heart of Kochi. The hospital has an in-patient capacity of 500 beds and has 24 hour Accident & Emergency care facilities. The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, 25 km from the hospital by road. The Vytilla mobility hub is 6 km away and can be accessed through NH 47. The nearest railway station, Edappally is 2 km away and the proposed Kochi metro has a station just 50 meters away.[3]


The hospital is 500 bedded and has centrally air conditioned rooms. Renai Medicity has 24x7 Accident & Emergency care unit that can handle any emergency, that is first of its kind in Kerala. It has 15 operation theaters including Hybrid OT’s for cardiothoracic surgeries and 11 separate Intensive Care Units with 120 beds. It houses more than 35 specialty and super specialty departments, multiple Cath Labs, chest pain centre, modern radiological equipment, 24 Hour Pharmacies and clinical Laboratories, Suites and Wards, multiple Restaurants, ample car parking facilities and more.[4]

The core departments include Anesthesia and critical care, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, dental sciences, ayurveda, dermatology & cosmetology, neonatology, nephrology, neurosurgery, orthopeadics, psychiatry, plastic surgery and urology.


  1. ^ "Renai Medicity Hospital". Retrieved 13 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Polakulath Narayanan Renai Medicity". Retrieved 13 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Cardiac Centre Launched". The New Indian Express. 22 June 2015. Retrieved 13 July 2016.
  4. ^ "Awareness Campaigns Mark World Kidney Day Observance". Express News Service. 14 March 2015. Retrieved 13 July 2016.