Amrita Hospital conducts four rare surgeries in ten days

Four patients have successfully undergone surgery for repairing Type A aortic dissection at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences within a span of 10 days....

Surgeons remove massive cancerous tumor from man’s jaw

A dad-of-four who hid his face from the world for 10 years has embarked on a new life after having an enormous 5.3kg (approx. 11.6...

Amrita Hospital conducts India’s first fetal surgery in mother’s womb

In India’s first-ever fetal surgery of its kind, surgeons at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi have successfully operated on a 21-week-old fetus...

Yemen youth blinded in bomb blast regains vision at Amrita

Islam Hussein, a class 11 student who dreams of becoming a doctor, also lost both his hands in the explosion and has now been...
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Amrita Hospital Conducts Asia’s First Upper-arm Double Hand Transplant

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, conducted India's and Asia's first upper arm double hand-transplant on Shreya Siddanagowda, a 19-year-old girl. Shreya, a chemical...

Amrita Hospital Bags Healthcare Excellence Awards from FICCI for Patient Safety...

This is the first time that any organization has bagged two FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards in the same year. The Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences...

Amrita Hospital Performs India’s First Two Double Hand Transplants

India’s very first two double hand transplants were carried out successfully at the Amrita Hospital, Kochi, in September 2014 and January 2015, respectively. Now,...
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Amrita to have a 2,000-bed hospital at National Capital Region

Haryana Chief Minister Sri. Manohar Lal today laid the foundation stone for the Mata Amritanandamayi Math’s new 2,000-bed Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences &...

Afghan Military Captain Gets Indian Hands in Transplant at Amrita Hospitals

A 30-year-old Afghan military captain from Kandahar, who lost his hands while defusing mines in the war torn country, now has two Indian hands...

13 Ethiopians successfully undergo cardiac surgeries at Amrita

Thirteen Ethiopian patients, between the age group of 1-18 years, will return to Africa on March 27 after correcting congenital and other heart ailments,...