Hamidia Hospital, Bhopal

Location: Bhopal
Site Area: 50 Acres
Number of Beds: 2000
Year of Completion: 2019

Hamidia Hospital is part of the rich history of the city of Bhopal. The hospital began in colonial era, when it was called the Prince of Wales King Edwards Memorial Hospital for men. It was started as a small 25 bed hospital. Multiple expansion plans over the years have raised this bed count to 525. Hamidia Hospital played a crucial role in providing healthcare to the people of the city, especially during turbulent times like the Bhopal gas tragedy.

The latest expansion plan for Hamidia aims to create a state-of-the-art multi-speciality “Smart Medi-City” with 2000 beds, a medical college (strength of 250), and residential quarters for the staff. It has been designed as a LEED Platinum Green rated complex. It overlooks the magnificent Grand Lake and has been designed around several notable historical and religious buildings within this precinct, all of which are integral to the urban fabric of the area.

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