The CARE Hospitals Group is a multispecialty healthcare provider, with 14 hospitals serving 6 cities across 5 states of India. The regional leader in tertiary care in South/Central India and among the top 5 pan-Indian hospital chains, CARE Hospitals delivers comprehensive care in more than 30 specialties in tertiary care settings.
Adopting a service-oriented delivery model, CARE Hospitals provides cost-effective medical care, with an uncompromising commitment to its core purpose, “To provide care that people trust.” Founded in 1997 by Dr B Soma Raju and a team of India’s leading cardiologists, the CARE Hospitals’ founders developed Asia’s first indigenous coronary stent — the ‘Kalam-Raju stent,’ named after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India, and Dr B Soma Raju, Chairman and Managing Director, CARE Hospitals Group. This is just one of the many innovations developed at CARE Hospitals, which strives to make healthcare affordable for all, while ensuring clinical outcomes at par with international standards.
CARE (CArdiac Research & Education) Foundation was founded in August 1996 with a vision to evolve a model healthcare system, which would address the core issues of quality, cost, and access. The Foundation is committed to making healthcare more affordable and accessible to all, by practicing medicine with ethics and integrity, serving all sections of society and never refusing care to anyone.
CARE Foundation works in the domains of innovations in medical education & training, healthcare research, addressing the healthcare needs of poor patients, and developing and adopting technology to reach people in remote communities – both rural and urban. It operates in a networking environment with various public and private institutions.