St George Hospital, Mumbai
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|St George Hospital, Mumbai|
|Location||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Lists||Hospitals in India|
St George Hospital is a multispeciality hospital near the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), in the Fort district of Mumbai. It was also known as the European General Hospital as it initially catered for European patients only.
It is currently part of the Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai & comes under the administration of its dean Dr.T.P Lahane. This is a free Hospital run by the Government of Maharashtra with around 460 beds capacity.
The hospital is also associated with the Grant Medical College and both undergraduate and postgraduate students attend clinical attachments at the Hospital.
There is a ward dedicated to seamen in the Hospital. There is also a special ward in the hospital which is for Government officials and VIPs.
JJ'S PAY-&-SKIP-JAIL SCAM: Special VVIP Ward for housing sentenced politicians & criminals
This ward has posh air-conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms to house sentenced politicians and gangsters. But for admission the criminal must pay a monthly ransom to the dean T. P. Lahane & his right-hand man, the medical superintendent Dr.J.D Bhavani. Prisoners can meet anyone anytime here and they are free to run their show from this ward. There is also various entertainment facilities like TV & music system. Besides uncountable prisoners who come here to have a nice time during their prison sentence, notable patients housed here includes Suresh Jain for almost 9 months, Arun Gawli & recently Chhagan Bhujbal. 
Dr Jagdish Bhavani, superintendent at the hospital, does not have a super speciality degree (M Ch) in urology but he runs a Urology Unit in this hospital. Most of the beds are unoccupied here. His main business is hosting prisoners for a cost.  
- "Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals". Retrieved 5 June 2014.
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