Velammal Hospital is the largest private hospital in south Tamilnadu located in the heritage city of Madurai. It is spread across 140 acres of land with a built-up area of 2 million (20 lakhs) Sq.feet. There are around 2100 beds and state of the art infrastructure with all facilities to serve patients at full occupancy rate. Around 450 top-notch doctors in relevant disciplines are part of the Velammal Hospital family. It encompasses about 3000 – 111 doctors, 1100 nurses and 250 technicians who are warmhearted, responsive, qualified and experienced to run the show with ease. Velammal Hospital Offers an advanced array of primary and specialty medical care services with 21 operation theatres, 55 dialysis units, 2 cath lab, and other supporting facilities and amenities all in abundance to reduce process time and provide convenient patient experience. There are around 7 pharmacies spread across the campus that functions round the clock to enable prompt delivery and easy accessibility. Velammal Hospital had never made any bit of compromise on its expense and efforts in bringing up the enormous facility with state of the art technology.
Velammal groups have a predominant presence in varied domains of education and service. With the strong lineage from the Velammal group, Velammal Hospital Leaves no stone unturned to bring unparalleled service inpatient care. The infrastructure of global standards, superlative technology, eminent doctors, certified technicians, skilled support staff, scientifically proven systems along with strong culture and values that stays alive as it continues to grow, nurtures it to be an excellent healthcare service provider.
To describe Velammal Hospital in the words of our chairman,
Investigation costs are 30% lower than the best hospital, specialty service fees are 30% lower than corporate hospitals, and child delivery is free. Doctors do not have targets, no investigation is carried without reason, and ventilators have opted without any need for it. All patients, including the terminally ill, are admitted. If a patient is clinically dead, he is sent home, without being kept on life support.”