First carbon neutral hospital of India launched in Bengaluru with investment of Rs 1,200 crore

At a groundbreaking ceremony in Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru, Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, Minister of State for Education and Ministry of External Affairs (Manipur), unveiled India’s first 500-bed, 100% carbon-neutral hospital. The hospital was created by Ambica Medical Foundation and Research Center.

Its parent firm, Ambica Constructions and Contractors, a Bengaluru-based developer spending Rs 1200 crore in the healthcare sector, would carry out the project in collaboration with Lifeline Hospitals Group, a Chennai-based organisation.

Praveesh Kuzhipilly, CEO and Founder of Ambica Constructions and Contractors said during 1st phase of the project, land acquisition has been completed in Kalyan Nagar for setting up a super specialty hospital that will have 500 beds and the facility will be a 100 percent carbon neutral hospital, the first of its kind in India. Another 50 acres of land have already been acquired at Kengeri for phase 2 of the project.

“Lifeline Hospitals has been a top healthcare provider in South India and we are very happy to have associated with them on this project,” said Praveesh Kuzhapilly.

“Our mission is to set up a world-class facility that would be placed to provide ease of access and comprehensive care to everyone across this fast-growing city”, said Dr J.S. Rajkumar, Chief Surgeon and MD of Lifeline Hospitals, Chennai.

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