Do you know that 495,056 patients travelled to India for medical care in 2017? Since then, this statistic has increased. India currently has a large number of government and commercial hospitals that are well-equipped with the most cutting-edge, modern procedures and modalities. Today, there is a cancer department in every tertiary care hospital, complete with a team of skilled oncologists, nursing staff, and cutting-edge technology.
Lung cancer and breast cancer are the two types of cancer that are most common worldwide. It is an unnatural cell growth that needs to be treated with chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery. You need to get treated as soon as you see any symptoms or indicators.
Cancer Institute (WIA) Adyar, Chennai: It was founded in 1954 and is a hospital with only one specialisation. Radiation oncology, medical oncology, surgical oncology, and paediatric oncology are among its notable specialties. It has a bed capacity of 535.
Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road, Chennai: East Asia’s “Proton Cancer Center” is the first oncology hospital in India to receive NABH accreditation. It is a super-specialty hospital that was founded in 1983 and is listed among India’s top cancer hospitals.
Global Hospitals, Chennai: Founded in 1999, it is a multi-specialty hospital. The medical center’s breast care team is qualified and experienced in treating diseases such breast cancer, intraductal carcinoma, fibrocystic breast, fibroadenoma, etc.
Medanta, The Medicity, Gurgaon: It was created in 2009 as a super-specialty. It features a dedicated division that offers a one-stop shop for cancer treatment, including diagnosis, imaging, planning, recuperation, and rehabilitation.
Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon: It is a super-specialty hospital that was founded in 2007 and has a nuclear medicine department for oncology that is well-equipped with the newest innovations, like Gamma camera imaging with stress thallium.
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai: The hospital, which has a capacity of 750 beds, was constructed in 2006 and is considered to be among the best cancer hospitals in India. It has a daycare chemotherapy facility so that patients can go for home the same day as their treatment.
Fortis Hospital, Mulund, Mumbai: This hospital, which opened its doors in 2002, can accommodate 300 patients. The hospital has a reputation for doing the most successful robotic and minimally invasive procedures, particularly for treating thyroid and esophageal cancer.
Global Hospitals, Mumbai: A multi-specialty hospital with 450 beds is what it is. It has a surgical oncology facility that is renowned for organ preservation procedures, liver tumour ablation, oncoplastic breast preservation procedures, etc.