The capital of Telangana, India is known by the sobriquet. The city is one of the largest metros in India and is the fourth most populous city and the sixth-most populous urban agglomeration in the country.
It displays a perfect blend of modernization while retaining its rich and ancient charm and grandeur at the same time. The name Hyderabad means ‘the city of Nizams’. Nizams were the Muslim rulers of the Deccan region and were considered to be one of the wealthiest rulers, which is aptly reflected in the city’s grandeur.
The city has a vibrant tourism industry with tourists flocking all around the year. The old city boasts of some ancient architectural marvels like forts, palaces, museums while the new city has modern places like shopping malls, parks , science centers.
The teeming bazaars of the old city, in the midst of which stands the the restaurants, modern shopping complexes and ultra-modern malls in the newer areas of the city add to the charm of Hyderabad.by that name, is today very much part of the city, as is a new neighborhood created to keep pace with the zooming Information Technology & Tourism sector.
For an outsider interested in getting a slice of the Hyderabadi way of life, from the old city, is one of the best flavor to relish on.
What makes Hyderabad more interesting is that the New York Times' Travel list of 'The 41 Places to Go in 2011' carries Hyderabad on the 19th position, being . Apart from all other attractions it is the debut of two five-star hotels, both connected to the Nizam family, rulers of Hyderabad - the first, d, is a futuristic structure designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, with an aluminum and glass facade inspired by the settings and metalwork found in the Nizams’ jewelry collection.
The newon the other hand, is a window into the past. It’s a wedding cake of a building that still belongs to the Nizam family, and it took the Taj Hotels group 10 years to renovate the European-style castle. The Falaknuma Palace completes the Indian palace tour for the south.
All this makes a trip to Hyderabad worthwhile just on its own.
Pioneering in education, medicine and research, Kamineni continues to practice and teach individualized medicine, interdisciplinary diagnostics and treatment, evidence-based care and excellence in patient care. With great experience we bring broad spectrum of specialties to the foreigners who visit India for good health.
We treat all our international patients as our guests and offer them the best of Kamineni's hospitality.
India is the arising wellness destination with world class health resorts, luxury hotels and JCI / NABH/ NABL accredited state of art hospitals offering reduced costs, the availability of latest medical technologies and a growing compliance on international quality standards, as well as the fact that foreigners are less likely to face a language barrier in India. The Indian government steps taken to address infrastructure issues made vast difference to country's growth in medical tourism.
India is turning out to be a top destination for medical tourism for not only patients and travelers worldwide but also highly qualified internationally trained doctors who deliver healthcare services in different parts of the world.
As medical treatment costs go sky-high in the developed countries - with the United States leading the way - more and more westerners are finding the prospect of Indian medical tourism for medical care mostly in areas of alternative medicine, bone-marrow transplant, cardiac bypass, eye surgery, plastic surgery, bariatric surgery, joint replacement surgeries and other areas of advanced medicine.
India will soon transform into the worldwide medical hub that caters to exemplary standards of healthcare provided by established medical centers.
Kamineni Hospital is State-of-the-art medical enterprise of great repute build on trust, excellence and safety. Thousands of patients from around the world travel to Kamineni Hospitals each year for medical care. Kamineni's International Patient Office help ensure that distance and language are not obstacles to receiving world-class care.
Our end to end medical tourism program benefits you at every step & strives to make your experience rich & healthy.
The hospital is conveniently close to the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, connected directly with the newly built six-lane Outer Ring Road (ORR) freeway, with a travel time of 30 minutes to the hospital.
Kamineni Team will ensure, that you take back with you good memories and good health!Contact
International Patient Office
Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad- TG, India
Phone: +9140 6692 4444