Ruby Hall (Pune)

Ruby Hall Clinic
Ruby Hall Clinic
Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune, Maharashtra
Location Pune, Maharashtra, India

18°32′00″N 73°52′38″E / 18.5334°N 73.8772°E / 18.5334; 73.8772Coordinates: 18°32′00″N 73°52′38″E / 18.5334°N 73.8772°E / 18.5334; 73.8772

Care system
Founded 1959

Ruby Hall Clinic is a prominent hospital in Pune, India. It is a 550-bed hospital facility with a staff of 150 consultants, 500 panel doctors and 1400 paramedical staff[1] and was accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) in November 2009.[2]


Ruby Hall Clinic was established in 1959 by Dr. K B Grant. In 1966, Ruby Hall Clinic was converted from a private institution owned by Dr. Grant to a public charitable trust, Poona Medical Foundation. It was later converted to the Grant Medical Foundation in 2000, of which Dr. Grant was the chairman and managing trustee.

The Clinic in collaboration with Kalyani Group announced to launch a special Institute for Research for Prostate Cancer.[3]


Ruby Hall Clinic has state of the art facilities in cardiology, cardiac surgery, neurology, nuclear science center, diagnostic center, intensive care units, a blood bank and cancer unit.In 1999, the Hospital ranked first in India for having the most number of ICU beds i.e. 76, leaving behind other renowned hospitals like Bombay Hospital, Jaslok Hospital, Hinduja Hospital, etc.[4] The number of ICU beds available now has increased to 130.[1]

Notable doctors

  • K B Grant
  • R S Wadia


External links

  • Official site

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