NEPAL is a developing country and the Government alone cannot provide health care with standard and modern diagnostic and treatment facilities of all conditions to the population. Existing hospitals, even in the capital, lack adequate, modern, up-to-date, hi-tech and expensive equipments and treatment facilities. Hence hospitals and specialty centers are coming up from the private sector and with the aid from International Non-Government Organizations (INGOs) and philanthropic aid to fill this void e.g. Cardiology, Neurology, Orthopaedics, etc.

This trend is increasing. Regarding qualified and trained specialists, they are gradually increasing in number in Nepal as Nepalese doctors return after obtaining post-graduate qualifications and experience of work in the developed countries. Nepal also is imparting post-graduate degrees and specialized training to doctors. Not only to utilize these qualified and trained doctors but also to attract non-resident Nepalese doctors working in foreign countries and also to provide services of excellence to the general population, such institutions should be started and encouraged to augment the health services in the country. Blue Cross Hospital is committed to these objectives. . . .

Investigative Services
  • Laboratory (Haematology, Biochemistry,
    Bacteriology, Serology, Histopathology)
  • Imaging (MRI, CT Scan, USG, X-Ray)
  • Cardiology (ECG, Holter ECG, ABPM, Echo)
  • Endoscopy (Oesophagus, Gastro, Duodeno,
    Cystoscopy, Ureteroscopy, Culposcopy)
  • Neurology (EEG, EMG)
  • PFT(Pulmonary function Test)
    Treatment Facilities
  • Cabins & General Beds     
  • ICU with Ventilator
  • Modern Operation Theatre
  • Surgeries (General / Emergency / Specialty)
  • Endo-Urology & Open Urology
  • Laparoscopic Surgery (Gall Bladder, Appendix, Hernia)
  • Haemodialysis
  • Gynaecology, Safe Abortion and Caesarean Section Surgery
  • Others • Dietician • Physiotherapy • Clinical Psychology • Pharmacy • Ambulance