ammaAmrita Ayurveda Hospital has a proven track record of offering the very best of ayurvedic healthcare. This hospital was started by the internationally renowned spiritual leader Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, to revitalize India's great medical heritage.

This government-approved hospital located on 25 acres of lush green land near the famous Kerala backwaters is built in a traditional style.

As part of an accredited, state-of-the-art, university teaching and research centre, the Amrita Ayurveda Hospital offers the highest standards of clinical skills and nursing care.

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At only ten walking minutes is the international headquarters of the Mata Amritanandamayi Math that provides access to additional services, which additionally enhances our holistic approach to health and healing. There is Amma's public darshan, which consists of a loving hug. In fact, the hospital is the result of Amma's wish to provide medical care to the suffering in an atmosphere of love and compassion.

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As one of the largest private ayurvedic hospitals in India, the hospital offers an extensive range of specialties.

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Experienced doctors and qualified therapeutic staff, trained in traditional methods, guarantee a treatment plan tailored to the individual needs of our patients. There are 12 Panchakarma theatres.

Our guests can choose spacious ac and non/ac rooms with breathtaking views of the beautiful backwaters and lush, green landscape. In the free hours, the mind can be nourished in the extensively-stocked patient library, that also has a spacious reading room. Internet access is available.
There is 24*7 or round-the-clock care that makes the hospital especially suited for patients recovering from illnesses and surgeries. There is a lab and x-ray facilities and a pharmacy unit.

ayu4 The serene, deeply relaxing, atmosphere of the Amrita Ayurveda Hospital makes this a haven for patients recuperating from serious illnesses. The hospital conducts a large number of health camps and other community outreach programs, providing the poor with access to health services and illness prevention programs.