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Amala Cancer Hospital and Research Centre – Thrissur

Amala Cancer Hospital and Research Centre – Thrissur

Amala Cancer Hospital and Research Centre – Thrissur

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AMALA AYURVEDIC HOSPITAL&RESEARCH

Amala Cancer Hospital and Research Centre was established in 1978 as nonprofit, charitable institution aimed at treatment and management of Cancer in Central Kerala. Over the years, Amala has grown to become one of the major voluntary territory level hospital in India having modern diagnostic, therapeutic and research facilities to combat Cancer and other ailments. This 550 bed hospital complex is unique in having three principal systems of medicines namely Allopathy, Ayurveda and Homoeopathy in the same campus. We are handling an average of 4,000 new Cancer cases and 6,000 Cancer inpatients in a year. The centre manages 35,000 Cancer outpatient visits yearly.

The Indian system of Medicine, Ayurveda is ancient and rich. Its earliest concepts are set out in the sacred writings called the Vedas, especially in the metrical passages of the Atharvaveda, which may possibly date as far back as the 2nd millennium BC. This system of Medicine has been practiced in the Country from time immemorial and has stood the test of time. Amala realised the potentials of this holistic system. This resulted in establishing Amala Ayurveda Hospital in the Complex in February 1982.

Amala Ayurvedic Hospital has a bed-strength of over 100. Treatment is given for all general diseases including rheumatic disorders, peptic ulcer, psoriasis etc. Special treatments like Dhara, Massage, Navarakizhi etc. are given for patients who have complaints of Hemiplegia, Paraplegia, Facial Paralysis, Arthritis etc.

Medicinal Herbarium

Amala Hospital The Medicinal Herbarium in the Ayurvedic Hospital premises is named after Fr. Gabriel, the Founder Director of Amala. More than 500 medicinal plants are preserved in this Herbal Garden.

Haritha Restaurant

We have an Ayurvedic Restaurant in our hospital. Our restaurant will serve you food according to the doctor’s diet chart. (Working time – 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM)

About Amala – History

Amala Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) named after Blessed Virgin Mary, is a multidisciplinary medical network of pedagogical, therapeutic, research and outreach programmes. AIMS traces its origin to Amala Cancer Hospital which was started in 1978. It is managed by the Devamatha Province of CMI Congregation founded by Blessed Cyriac Elias Chavara.

Out Patient Facility

Consultation Time

09:30 AM to 12:30PM

03:00 PM to 04:00 PM

Doctors’ Name          Consultation Days

Dr. Rajagopal*          Second Thursday of every month

Dr. Kesavan              Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Dr. Sr. Austin                        Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Other facilities

  • Taxi arrangement to and from Airports.
  • All major credit cards accepted.
  • Foreign currency exchange.
  • Internet browsing facility.
  • Sight seeing facility arranged at reasonable rate.
  • No extra room charge for one accompanying person (bystander).
  • urveda Courses

Amala Ayurvedic Hospital and Research Centre is conducting courses on Ayurveda to train you about the basic principles of Ayurveda and Ayurvedic treatment – Govt. Certified Ayurveda Paramedical Courses and Training programmes exclusively for foreigners. The details of the course are as given:

Government Certified Ayurveda Paramedical Courses

Name of Course                   Duration        Total seats

Ayurveda Nursing               One year        30 seats

Ayurveda Pharmacy            One year        25 seats

Ayurveda Therapy               One year        30 seats

Contact Us

AMALA AYURVEDIC HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTER,

Amala Nagar PO, Thrissur – 680 555,

Phone : +91-487-2303000, Fax      : +91-487-2303030

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