Serving the healthcare needs of people in the Pune District of Maharashtra State in India since 1912, KEM Hospital, Pune, has grown to be one of the largest private hospitals in the region. KEM Hospital is run by the KEM Hospital Society, a registered charitable trust.
What began with 4 maternity beds, is now a 550+ bedded multi-specialty tertiary level teaching institution. Much of the growth was spearheaded by the dynamic and visionary Dr. Banoo Coyaji, who was appointed as the Chief Medical Officer in 1944 and was awarded the Padma Bhushan and Magsaysay Awards. The hospital is particularly known for some of its Centres of Excellence many of which were the first of their kind in Pune and the surrounding region. These include Critical Care, Diabetology, Nephrology and Dialysis, High-Risk Obstetrics, Neonatology, and a Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre for children with special needs.
The KEM Hospital Research Centre is a sister institution. From its inception in 1973, it has been involved with a number of seminal research projects and has undertaken studies in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the World Health Organisation (WHO), Population Council and other renowned international organisations. In 1978, KEM Hospital set up a Rural Health Centre and Hospital 40 km outside Pune in Vadu Budruk. In addition to curative medicine, there is a substantial emphasis on preventative and social medicine as well as community development programmes.
KEMH Pune is a tertiary level hospital that serves not only the population of the city of Pune but also caters to patients from surrounding regions referred to us for our quality yet affordable healthcare services. In keeping with our vision and ethos, KEM Hospital Pune is committed to providing state-of-the-art medical care for patients across all socio-economic strata.