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Sterling Hospitals


Sterling Hospitals

Industry Healthcare
Founded 2001
Headquarters Ahmedabad, India
Key people
Girish Patel, Founder and Chairman
Rajiv Sharma, Chief Executive Officer
Number of employees
2,500 +
Slogan Because Life Matters

Sterling Hospitals is one of the largest hospital chains in Gujarat, considered to be the leading one by the levels of independent certification, facilities and equipment, as well as size and capacities. It is owned and managed by Sterling AddLife India Ltd.
The specialties in which it provides medical care include: Cardiology, Neurology, GI Medicine, Hematology, Oncology, Reproductive Medicine, Critical and Emergency treatment, Trauma and Orthopedic, Neonatology and General Medicine. Surgery treatments include CVTS-, Neuro- and Onco-surgeries, Nephrology (with Kidney Transplant), GI surgeries and General Surgeries.

Sterling's multi-specialty hospitals have presence in six major cities of Gujarat.

1) Ahmedabad (310 beds)- NABH & NABL Accredited
2) Vadodara (196 beds)- NABH & NABL Accredited
3) Rajkot (190 beds)- NABH Accredited
4) Mundra SEZ (100 beds)
5) Bhavnagar (180 beds)
6) Gandhidham

It also has three satellite centers at Kalol, Mehsana and Himmatnagar.

STERLING HOSPITAL, the company's largest hospital complex in Ahmedabad has 310 beds, 7 major operation theatres and 84 ICU beds. Multiple facilities are also available at Vadodara complex.[1][2]

Patients treated by Sterling Hospitals come from Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, as well as from abroad.[1]

In 2009 Sterling became the first hospital in Gujarat to be fully accredited by NABH.[3][4] Its laboratories were also the first in Gujarat to be accredited by NABL.[5][6]

In 2010, for the second consecutive year, Sterling Hospital had been named the “No. 1” hospital in Ahmedabad based on the latest THE WEEK - IMRB surveys.[7][8]


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External links

  • Official Website
  • Hospital in Ahmedabad - Godoctr
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