The AMRI Hospitals today is a unified Group with 1000 beds, over 500 doctors, and 10,000 surgeries successfully held every month. Its super specialty tertiary care units are located at Dhakuria, Salt Lake, Mukundapur and Bhubaneswar along with a state of the art day care facility - AMRI Medical Centre at Southern Avenue, Kolkata.
With an investment of Rs.25,000 crores, under a vibrant new board of Directors, guided by the dynamic Group CEO, Mr. Rupak Barua, AMRI Group is all set to implement sweeping changes to head for a super-fast track of growth.
Backed by the finest technologies and a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, technicians and patient service staff, the hospital's emphasis is on providing true value for money and total patient satisfaction. The management initiative ensures co-ordination, transparency and a human face in its administration.
In early 1990s the Government of West Bengal handed over the charge of ‘Niramoy’ - a Government owned Polyclinic at Dhakuria, to Mr. Shravan Todi of Shrachi Group. He inducted Emami and another promoter, to build Advanced Medicare & Research Institute Ltd., a super specialty hospital with sizeable investment to offer quality healthcare. The name was finally changed to AMRI Hospitals Limited in 2009. The most visible value that the Emami Group brought to the institution was a spirit of passionate entrepreneurship.
With growing citizen awareness there emerged a greater need for superior health care in eastern India. The Emami Group was also ready to commission new space, enter new specialty segments, attract global ex-Kolkata doctors and position themselves as the premier health care service provider in Eastern India. The Emami Group would leverage its irrepressible entrepreneurial spirit to extend the benefits of affordable health care to thousands.
The growth was not just about doing things a little better than competition; it was about the introduction of a transformative experience through the induction of the best competencies, equipment, facilities and technology for the first time to Eastern India. The growth was historically significant as it corporatized private healthcare for the first time in Eastern India.