The FIRST ever NABH accredited Ayurveda Hospital in India with more than 80 beds !!

The FIRST NABH accredited Ayurveda Hospital in Kerala in 50+ Bed Category !!

Amala Ayurvedic Hospital and Research Centre

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Govt. Certified Ayurveda Paramedical Courses started Ayurveda Nursing, Ayurveda Pharmacy and Ayurveda Therapy courses, certified by the Directorate of Ayurveda Medical Education, Kerala Government, launched at Amala Ayurvedic Hospital.

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YOGA FOR THE MONTHYOGA FOR THE MONTH

Vrikshaasana In Sanskrit and almost all other Indian languages, "Vriksa" means "Tree". In this pose the practitioner holds his body still like a tree. Vrikshaasana is best known for strengthening the hip and knee joints

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HEALTH TIPSHEALTH TIPS

Vrikshaasana In Sanskrit and almost all other Indian languages, "Vriksa" means "Tree". In this pose the practitioner holds his body still like a tree. Vrikshaasana is best known for strengthening the hip and knee joints

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Eco-Friendly Policies


Award from Kerala State Pollution Control Board

pollutioncontrolboardawardAmala Institute of Medical Sciences awarded the third best Private Hospital (above 200 beds category) that ensures environment friendly policies in the organisation. The award was presented by the Chief Minister Sri. Oommen Chandy, on World Environment Day (June 5) 2011 at the Kerala Fine Arts Society hall, Ernakulam. Kerala State Minister for Health Sri. Adoor Prakash presided over the function.

Since 1989, Pollution Control Board of the Government of Kerala presents awards every year to the best industries and organisations following green standards and reducing pollution. The award is given after studying and inspecting the achievements of the institution in controlling water and air pollution last year, projects implemented for energy conservation and water management, steps for protecting environment, and other social activites conducted with a view to protect social health.

Plastic-Free Zone

The entire compound of Amala Institute of Medical Sciences, including the Medical College, Hospital, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Hospitals, hostels, canteens, etc. are free from plastic carry bags and other use-and-through plastic materials. Plastic cups, polythene carry bags and plastic water bottles are strictly disallowed in the compound. Distilled water cans are provided for all patients thereby reducing the usage of plastic mineral water bottles in the premises. Hospital strictly restricts thge use of plastic carry bags and promots biodegradable bags. Steps are taken to ensure that canteens also discourage the usage of plastic.

Green Belt

On the lush slopes of vilangan hills, Amala is surrounded by beautiful greenary and medicinal plants. The campus is of 40 acres. Ayurvedic Hospital contains a Herbal garden consisting of more than 1000 species of medicinal plants. Among them, almost 200 species are of endangered medicinal plants. Any part of un-utilised land is planted with trees.

Biomedical waste Management

wasteplantAmala Institute of Medical Sciences is equipped with a waste treatment plant within the compound, that contains Solid waste treatment plant and Waste water treatment plant. Easily degradable solid wastes are dumped into the biogas plant that supplies biogas for the internal needs of Amala. Other bio-degradable solid wastes are disposed off in an environment-friendly manner. Non-degradable wastes are collected and sold to third-party recycling plants. The waste water treatment plant has a capacity of 10 lakh litres. The treatment plants makes minimal use of electricity, and is far below the pollution levels set forth by the Government. There are no other buildings or complexes near the waste treatment plant, which is away from residential and commercial areas. This ensures that the public does not face any difficulties in relation to odour, etc.

Solar Heating systems

solarplantAlmost the entire terrace of all buildings are equipped with Solar Water Heating systems for use by the patients of the hospital, and for treatment. This enables to save considerable amount of carbon discharge by reducing the electricity consumed. Solar water heating systems were installed in the buildings as part of Amala's commitment towards Nature by making the maximum use of non-conventional energy sources. All panels and heating systems are certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards for quality. The installation of Solar panels on the top of building also helps maintain the room temperature of top floor under control, thereby reducing the need of air-conditioners in the floor.

Our Facilites

Apart from your routine treatment, we provide additional facilities to make your stay unforgettable.

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