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SUMERU HOSPITAL

SUMERU HOSPITAL

Dhapakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal
  • Nepal
  • Lalitpur
  • Dhapakhel, Lalitpur

About Sumeru Hospital : 
With the visionary leadership of Mr. Bharat Maharjan, Sumeru Hospital was established on 2068 B.S. (2011 A.D.) by the Sumeru Group of Organization. The primary aim of Sumeru Hospital is to “make hospital service affordable (for economically poor people as well) but quality and reliable by making hospital services transparencies and making reach to all people who are unable to use the services of hospital”. The Hospital Inauguration Ceremony was held on 2069/09/9 on the presence of Prime Minister  Dr. Baburam Bhattarai.

Today, the hospital operates on 100 beds with Modern Medical Technologies and remains a full-service community health-care facility (Including free health School Programs and Community Health Programs conducted by hospital). Our hospital provides 24 hours emergency services. Inpatient services, Ambulance Services, Diagnostic Services, Pharmacy and OT.

As the hospital has ultra modern modular Operation Theater in the country, we offer one of the best in-patient and outpatient services to the patient who comes for reliable and affordable services. We possess the best equipped and professionally manned ICU (Intensive Care Unit) using the best technology available in all kinds of hospital services. Sumeru Hospital provides full fledged Pathological and Diagnostic facilities manned by distinguished panel of Consultant Pathologist and Radiologist to provide the country’s best Out Patient and In Patients diagnosis leading to quality care & cure.

We have a highly skilled staff of a affiliated physicians, full-time and part – time professional health care staff, and active volunteers. Our staff benefits from our commitment to quality, continuous learning, cross training, skills development, fun events and activities, flexibility, balance, leadership and a sense of community. The hospital serves a population that is growing and growing older.


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