Neotia Getwel Healthcare Centre is the first healthcare initiative of Ambuja Neotia Group in the North Bengal region. Beautifully landscaped and spread across over an area of 3.18 acres of land, this 250 bedded , NABH accredited state –of-the –art multi-specialty hospital is equipped with global expertise and modern technologies that holistically caters to the healthcare needs of the patients with world – class medical services and its dedicated team of healthcare professionals.
With first rate infrastructure and superior healthcare facilities as its hallmark, the tertiary care hospital offers comprehensive medical care by providing hi – tech infrastructure and specialized medical facilities at a competent cost. The hospital is nestled within the premises of uttarayon, in the foothills of Himalaya. The sprawling environment of the hospital offers patient-friendly care, It also adheres to the international norms of energy efficiency & waste management.
The hospital has a Super – deluxe and in patient units with scope for single & multi-occupancy patient rooms, 5 operating theatres, 52 – bed Critical Care Unit, 22 -bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) & Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) combined, 18 bedded dialysis unit with special facility for treatment of sero positive cases, NABL accredited laboratory where a wide array of tests can be carried out round the clock along with a cutting-edge diagnostic & imaging centre. The Emergency Department consists of 12 emergency beds, facilities include a large observation room, separate triage, resuscitation area & counselling room supported by a fully equipped ACLS Ambulance which is functional 24 hours a day to handle all medical & surgical emergencies.
The multi-specialty hospital takes its mission of providing a holistic healthcare solution a step further with Vinod Neotia Charitable ward, a subsidized medical care unit for under privileged patients to provide the weaker section of the society advanced medical services. The hospital further plays a significant role in the advancement of healthcare infrastructure and overall macroeconomic development of the region, adjourning districts , North Eastern states and the neighbouring countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.