Established in 1945, the Prince Aly Khan Hospital is a 137-bed acute care, multi-specialty facility offering quality health care. The Prince Aly Khan Hospital is fortified with a three-room operation theatre complex, an intensive care unit, an intensive cardiac care unit, a neonatal ICU, a renal dialysis unit and state of the art facilities in every department. In 2001, the hospital was bestowed the ISO 9002 (International Standardization Organization) certificate – maybe the only one in Mumbai and Maharashtra to have such certification. This certification is bestowed only when a hospital’s clinical, diagnostic, administrative and support amenities comply with the ISO standards.
Originally acknowledged as the Ismailia General Hospital, the Prince Aly Khan Hospital began as a small, 16-bed facility in a rented flat at Dongri, Bombay, on 30 June 1945. The Hospital presently stands on the Aga Hall Estate, grounds bequeathed by Prince Aly Khan, after whom the Hospital is known as. Prince Aly Khan executed the foundation laying ceremony on 17 January 1955. In 1958, the hospital’s services were made accessible to the public. Since 1976, it has been professionally managed. The hospital has grown in recent years, intensifying its services and upgrading its facilities in response to the budding demand for its services. Today, it serves a catholic cross-section of the Mumbai public.
Emergency and Intensive Care – The Emergency Department warrants that critically ill patients get high quality care 24 hours a day.
Ambulance Service – The Hospital offers 24-hour ambulance services.
Intensive Care Unit – An essential constituent of the Hospital, the unit has monitoring and resuscitating equipment and is managed by a respiratory medication and critical care specialist
Intensive Care – General & Cardiac – Armed with the finest of monitoring, resuscitation and life-support equipment, the ICU team of exceedingly trained intensivists, residents, nurses and support staff is proficiently supervised by a specialist in respiratory medicine and critical care.
Intensive Care – Neonatal & Pediatric – The hospital has a state-of-the-art Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Highly trained staff and constant monitoring and ventilation are available in the NICU for premature babies and critically ill newborns.
How to reach the hospital?<.h3>
Ten minute walk from Byculla Station (Central line)
Ten minute walk from Dockyard Road Station (Harbour line)
Around two kilometers from Bombay Central/Mahalaxmi (Western line), the hospital is reachable by bus routes 48 or 126
Ten minute walk from Byculla Bridge Bus Stop
Reachable by bus numbers 3, 10, 48 and 126. Alight at Nesbit Road bus stop
From the Airport
45 minutes’ drive from International Airport
35 minutes’ drive from Domestic Airport