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Wockhardt's super speciality hospital in Bangalore

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Bangalore , March 8

Wockhardt Hospitals Group on Wednesday said it would unveil its 400-bed super speciality hospital in Bangalore in May.

An exclusive women's health facility will be one of the four cluster hospitals to be started here.

The Rs 150-crore Wockhardt Superspeciality Hospital coming up on Bannerghatta Road in south Bangalore is getting the finishing touches. It would be one of the largest and most modern healthcare facilities in Asia, a hospital release said.

The other three standalone hospitals will focus on neurology; orthopaedics and cardiology & cardiac surgery. The existing hospital on Cunningham Road will also continue with treating heart cases, said Mr Vishal Bali, CEO, Wockhardt Hospitals Group.

The women's facility will provide comprehensive services to all health-related issues of women. It will have a modern birthing centre with suites and neonatology section.

The group runs a super speciality hospital in Mumbai for cardiology, neurology, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and minimal access surgery; heart hospitals in Bangalore, Mumbai and Nagpur and a super speciality kidney hospital in Kolkata.

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