Browsing Month November, 2011

Police Station – Budhanilakhantha

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Police Station – (Metropolitan) Sector, Sorhakhutte

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Police Station, Hanumandhoka

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Police Station, New Baneshwor

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Police Station (Metropolitan) – Singh Durbar

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Police Station (Traffic Mahasakha) – Singh Durbar

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Police Station (Traffic Station) – New Road

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Police Station (Metropolitan) – Kamalpokhari

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Police Station (Metropolitan – Mahanagariya Aayukta Karyalaya) – Ranipokhari

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Nepal Police Club

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Police Station, Durbar Marg

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Scheer Memorial Hospital

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Though the cost of a doctor’s consultation is only 33 cents, some patients cannot even afford that amount. However, no one is ever turned away for lack of money. People come from miles around, from the rural villages that have no roads, electricity or hope of providing medical treatment. Some even come carrying sick family members on their backs, because they know they will get the treatment they desperately need here, regardless of finances.

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HRDC Hospital

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HRDC is one of the teaching hospitals of Kathmandu University and plays a crucial role as one of the venues for the Master degree program in orthopaedic surgery.


KIST Hospital

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KIST Medical College (KISTMC) established in the year 2006 is affiliated with Institute Of Medicine (IOM) under Tribhuvan University (TU) in the Kathmandu Valley. The College runs a 300 bedded hospital equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and every modern facility. The college also has well equipped lecture halls, seminar rooms and basic medical science practical laboratories as per the norms of Nepal Medical Council (NMC).


Shankarapur Hospital

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Shankarapur Hospital is a 55 bed’s hospital registered in Ministry of Industry, commerce & supply of Nepal government with registration no. 440033/063/064. The hospital has given authority from Ministry of Health to run 55 beds hospital from 2065/5/21 B.S.

Sankarapur Hospital is located in Eastern Part of Kathmandu which covers more than 19 VDC of Kathmandu District. Not only this the out let covers Bhaktapur District & Sindhupalchok District. They are getting direct Health facility from this hospital.


Nepal Orthopedic Hospital

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Nepal Orthopaedic Hospital (NOH) was established in the premises of the Nepal Disabled Association (NDA) at the Khagendra New Life Centre in Jorpati in Kathmandu in August 1998.Its sole intention has been to provide quality orthopaedic care, at an affordable price, of which most Nepalese have been deprived.


Norvic Hospital

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the hospital operates 100 beds and remains a full-service community health-care facility, designated as an International Hospital.


Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital

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established in 1972 with the responsibility of training all categories of health workers in the country. It’s primary goal has been train primary health care workers as well as tertiary care workers including specialists. From the time of its establishment, there has been changes, both quantitatively and qualitatively, according the medical needs of the country.

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Patan Hospital

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The story of Patan Hospital is a continuation of a story that began in 1956 in the palace called Shanta Bhawan. However, Patan Hospital also marked a beginning of a new era by replacing the old palace in 1982. Today Patan Hospital has its own identities among large governmental and non-governmental hospitals in Nepal, known for its compassionate care, the high values and ethos, trusted by people, rich and poor. Though Patan Hospital during its inception was projected and perceived more as a district hospital, over the years it has emerged as a major busy acute care city hospital providing both primary care as well as specialty services both to the local urbanites as well to patients coming from diverse geographic areas within Nepal.

More than 300,000 people come to this hospital every year for healthcare service and treatment. Patan Hospital now has 320 beds which has increased to 450, after the completition of our maternity ward building construction.

Apart from clinical services, Patan Hospital’s community oriented program, health education classes and rural networking have helped thousands of Nepalese to live a safer and healthier lives.


Bir Hospital

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Bir Hospital is the oldest and one of the busiest hospitals in Nepal. It was established in July 1889 by Bir Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana. It is located at the center of Kathmandu city. The hospital is run by the National Academy of Medical Sciences, a government agency since 2003.

The hospital provides medical and surgical treatments to people from all across the country. Many patients from the rural areas come to this hospital to get free treatment. It current has a capacity of 535 beds. Some of the county’s top doctors work in this hospital.



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