The BM Birla Heart Research Centre (BMBHRC) was laid on the foundations of late BM Birla vision for providing super specialty cardiac care to the city of Kolkata. The exclusivity of BM Birla Heart Research Centre lies in the fact that it is the only hospital offering super specialty cardiac care in entire eastern India. Helmed by clinicians and support staff who are trained to attend critical needs of cardiology and cardiac surgery, the hospital has made a mark with its singular focus on the treatment of a wide variety of cardiac ailments. We pride ourselves in treating our patients for more than 3 decades now with some of the best clinical outcomes in cardiac care.
BM Birla Heart Research Centre is the first NABH accredited hospital in India. The hospital has been a symbol of ethical practice and trust and has earned the distinctive reputation of being a safe destination in providing comprehensive cardiac treatments. Centrally located in Kolkata with 210 beds and state of the art infrastructure, the hospital maintains high standards in healthcare, environmental protection, and occupational safety.
Justice Srivastava underwent Angioplasty in 2015 and two years later had pacemaker implantation under Dr Dhiman Kahali. He shares his experience at BMBHRC.
Heart ailments can strike at any time and is not age specific. Hear the story of Mr Jatin Ghata who underwent treatment at BMBHRC at a very young age of 23. He is fit now and has incorporated healthy routine in his lifestyle.
95 years old Bijoy Kumar Sahoo got dedicated Cardiac emergency attention at BMBHRC and returned home heart and healthy. Listen to his story of determination and strong will.
Blood vessels are tubular structures or channels responsible for carrying out blood throughout the body. The tubular structures in the blood vessels that produce the circulatory system part.
Heartburn is a painful and burning sensation in the heart or middle of the chest. However, it is not the heart but the stomach that causes this problem.
Ebstein anomaly is among the most uncommon congenital heart defects present at birth. This one of the heart conditions affects the heart valve by separating the right heart chambers top and bottom. The valve is known as the tricuspid valve.