Coimbatore City Health Care Services
The size of the Coimbatore health care industry has been estimated as ₹1500 Crore (150 million) in 2010.There are nearly 750 hospitals in and around Coimbatore with a capacity of 5000 beds
Free health care
The first health care centre in the city was started in 1909. In 1969, it was upgraded to Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH). It is a government run hospital with a bed strength of 1020.
The coimbatore corporation maintains 16 dispensaries and 2 maternity homes.
Multi-facility private hospitals.
Kovai Medical Center and Hospital (KMCH),
KG Hospital, Coimbatore Kidney Centre,
G. Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital(GKNM),
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Aravind Eye Hospital,
Sankara Eye Centre,
Lotus Eye Hospital,
Vikram ENT hospital,
Coimbatore Cancer Foundation,
G. P. Hospital,
Dr Muthus Hospital,
Diabetes Care and Research Centre.
and More Coimbatore Hospitals...
The city is also a major centre for medical tourism. The city remains the preferred healthcare destination for people from nearby districts and also from the neighbouring state of Kerala.