The story of our beginning goes back to 2003, when the Rotary Club of Ambala just had a wish in our hearts to have a cancer care facility in Ambala. We wanted to save the people of Ambala from running from one hospital to another in different cities, those who have braved cancer understand the importance of having a care facility nearby.

It seemed like wishful thinking and an insurmountable task back in 2003, that our 50 sq. feet cancer awareness clinic would one day become a 100 bed multi-specialty hospital. Our perseverance paid off, and In 2005 to mark the Rotary Centennial Year an ambitious project to set up a Hospital was started. We built brick by brick, slowly but steadily with support in the form of donations, ideas and trust from many different and wonderful people. With generous and continued contributions from Rotary members the hospital was constructed and was fully operational by 2010 covering an area of 75000 Sq. feet. Every year with continued contributions, more facilities were added to the hospital. It is now a 120 bedded Mini Super Specialty Hospital with well-equipped Departments: Medicines, General Surgery, Orthopedics with arthroscopy, arthroplasty and joint replacements; Ear-Nose-Throat; Interventional cardiology; Onco-surgery; Chemo therapy, Interventional radiology; Pathology; Physiotherapy; Dermatology; Nephrology, Neurology, Pain management, Endocrinology, Pulmonary medicine and Urology. The Hospital is equipped with latest MRI Cath lab, CT scan, X-ray and Ultra sound machines, About 200 to 350 patients (OPD) visit the Hospital daily; number of indoor patients are 20 to 25 per day; 3 to 5 surgical operations or interventions are done daily and over 150 lab tests. The hospital caters to 75000 registered patients and there are around 30 non registered patients who avail the hospital’s services daily