The Hosmat hospital Bangalore is one of the first tertiary care hospital in India of this kind. The hospital specialises in Orthopedics, Accident Trauma care, specially Arthroscopy and ACL ( Anterior Cruciate Ligament ). The hospital is famous for treating all kinds of sports injuries, Arthritis and Neurosciences. Apart from this, the hospital is accredited by the NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Healthcare Providers) certification.
Hosmat hospital Bangalore has many facilities that were given to its patients. The hospital conducts a 24×7 Emergency service along with accident and trauma service, Ambulance services, Pharmacy services, Radiology services, Blood bank. Along with this, the hospital owns a 23 bedded surgical Intensive care Unit.
This is apart from the 500 bedded facility of the hospital. The hospital encompasses a special center for Neurosciences. The facility has a modern neurodiagnostic lab that is equipped with all the latest technologies. The facilities of EEG (Electroencephalography), ENMG (Electroneuromyography) and Nerve Conduction study. The centre is also equipped with the latest technologies that are associated with neurology, neurosurgery, and interventional Neuroradiology.
Hosmat hospital Bangalore staff is skilled in providing services like Total knee replacement, Total Hip replacement, Articular surface replacement, Arthroscopic surgery, Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction, Minimally invasive surgery, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Computer
assisted navigation Surgery. Although the hospital focuses mainly on orthopedics, it also has a full fledged department for dentistry and home care services.
The hospital is also a part of many government schemes and policies. One of them is CGHS (central government health scheme) where the central government employees and their family members are provided with a healthcare benefit. Another scheme that the hospital is part of is ABY ( Arogya Bhagya Yojane) where the gazetted officers and their dependent family members are benefited with cashless hospitalisation.