150- Bedded Tertiary Care Prasad Hospitals, Inaugurated At Kukatpally

State-of-the-art tertiary care hospital, Prasad Hospitals was formally inaugurated by the Hon’ble Minister of Health, Mr. Damodar Raja Narasimha, and the hospital’s Managing Director, Dr. K. Suma Prasad. At Pragatinagar, Kukatpally, today

 Mr. K. Naveen Kumar (MLC), Mr. Shambirpur Raju (MLC), Dr. Ranjith Reddy (MP), Mr. Arekapudi Gandhi (MLA), Mr. Madhavaram Krishna Rao (MLA), Mr. KP Vivekananda (MLA), Mr. B. Laxma Reddy (MLA), Mr. Vikram Reddy were amongst the dignitaries who graced the event.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Damodar Rajanarasimha said “Dr. KVR Prasad started Sridevi Nursing Home in 1974 with a mission to make quality healthcare affordable. He served the poor for over 5 decades. It is good to see his daughter-in-law Dr. K. Suma Prasad continue his legacy. I have over forty years of association with Sridevi Nursing Home from my engineering college days at Osmania University. Prasad is a renowned brand in healthcare. Now they have come up with the most modern 150-bed hospital, with the latest medical technology and infrastructure. People in this area will benefit from this world-class hospital there. Our Government is laying emphasis on providing quality healthcare to the poor. We have enhanced the number of procedures being treated under Arogyasri, approximately 18000 procedures are being treated under Arogyasri, and revised the rates, with an objective to strengthen Arogyasri and government hospitals and provide better services to the common man. Chief Minister is very keen to implement digital health cards. The new Government is taking all the measures to upgrade healthcare services.  

Dr. K. Suma Prasad is a renowned gynecologist and pioneer of infertility in Hyderabad. She has treated over 1lakh patients in 3 decades and delivered over 10000 healthy babies. “It gives me immense pleasure to continue Dr. Prasad’s vision of delivering world-class healthcare at affordable prices, which he did through the Sridevi Nursing Home. Later we started Prasad’s Hospital at Nacharam, a 120 bedded multispecialty hospital. I have been practicing infertility in Kukatpally for over 15 years now, and I am happy to provide all my patients with a very holistic environment for all their healthcare needs. Now we are launching this 150-bed hospital at Pragatinagar. This hospital will be accessible to patients with modern facilities and services. Our next venture will be Prasad’s Hospital at Manikonda, which will start providing services in another six months. Our main objective is affordable and highest standard of care, accessible to the common man. Prasad’s hospitals are recognized by Arogyasri, CGHS, EHS, and central and state government schemes.   

 Mr. Malka Komaraiah, partner, said, Prasad’s Hospitals is equipped to provide corporate hospital standard care at affordable cost. The hospital has some of the best doctors, many of whom have experience working abroad.

 About Prasad’s Hospitals

Dr. KVR Prasad started Sridevi Nursing Home in Warasiguda in 1974 with a mission to provide affordable healthcare and served patients for over 5 decades. His Daughter-in-law was the first infertility specialist in the twin cities in the 1990s and set up a multi-specialty hospital in Nacharam in 2013.

Prasad Hospitals, Pragathinagar Road is a 150-bed tertiary care multi-specialty hospital built with international standards. The hospital has a full team of 25 senior doctors trained in the UK, USA, and other countries.

 It is to be noted that the hospital was executed by a group of young entrepreneurs with a mission to provide world-class healthcare at affordable prices.

All essential services including MRI, CT-Scan, Cath-lab, X-Ray, Advanced Lab, and Dialysis are available 24X7. The hospital is fully equipped to perform all advanced surgeries including neuro-surgeries and total Knee Replacements, and has a dedicated critical-care team. In addition to a state-of-the-art cardiac lab, Paediatric 1`ICU, the hospital also has a dedicated rehabilitation center for specially-abled children and adults has almost been.