Patient Statistics
Total OPD : 487042
Total IPD : 18831
(Last updated on 31  October 2018)

Other Statistics
Free Cataract Surgery : 710
Free Bhamashah Patient : 4165
(Last updated on 31 October 2018)

Free Camps
127

(Last updated on 31 October 2018)

Our Medical services

  • Surgical Department

    Dr.Hameed Uddin Mansuri (M.S. (Surgery): He is associated with us from October 2012. He did his…

  • Medicine Department

    Dr.H.S.Bishnoi, MD in Medicine, heads the department and he is a senior clinician and before joining…

  • Pediatric Department

    Dr. NEERAJ DHAVANE (DCH ; OBSERVERSHIP IN NEONATOLOGY (PGI CHANDIGARH) (Pediatrics): ….

  • Gynecology Department

    Dr Megha Gupta, DGO, She has done her DGO from Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad and prior to…

  • Ophthalmology Department

    Dr. Gauri Roopam Srivastava (M.S. Ophthalmology): She is associated with us from 2008…

  • Orthopedic Department

    Dr Rupesh Bhangadiya
    D. Ortho, DNB (Ortho), International Fellowship (Spain) in arthroscopy and sports medicine…..

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About Lord Noon

Lord Noon was a renowned British based businessman and entrepreneur who had founded and operated a number of major food manufacturing companies in London specializing in ready meals, Indian sweets, savories and aviation catering. He was non-executive Chairman of Noon Products Ltd which he founded in 1987 and is now part of Kerry Foods Ltd. He was also the founder (1971), Chairman and Managing Director of Bombay Halwa Ltd (Royal Sweets) which remains at the heart of his business as a leading manufacturer of Indian sweets and snacks, along with being a major provider for aviation catering.

Noon Hospital & Research Centre

NOON HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE with its integrated and high-tech infrastructure, state of the art operation theaters, intensive care unit, and neonatal ICU, highly skilled medical professionals, widely experienced nursing staff, specially trained paramedics who keep ahead of the latest technology-places the hospital on the highest pedestal of quality professional care.Noon Hospital is a comprehensive health care facility with 100 beds capacity located in a sprawling greenery of 2 acres.Noon Hospital renders world-class professional care, personalized services and friendly ambiance for its patient whom they call as their guest.

Located at Bhawani Mandi; Jhalawar road, Noon Hospital is well connected by roadways and railways. Bhawani Mandi the nearest railway station is located 5 kilometer from the hospital and the national highway number 12 runs at its gates. Noon Hospital works as a referral hospital for people residing within a radius of 100 km where there is a lack of qualify health care facilities.

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Where People's Health comes first

— Lord Noon

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    • 17 DEC 18
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    ‘NOON YOUNG MASTERS CRICKET CUP 2018’

    ‘NOON YOUNG MASTERS CRICKET CUP 2018’

    ‘NOON YOUNG MASTERS CRICKET CUP 2018’: In memory of LORD NOON and his passion for cricket, Noon Hospital annually organize a School Cricket Tournament at Bhawani Mandi. This year sixteen schools from the Jhalawar District will compete in the four day cricket tournament starting Christmas.

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    • 22 NOV 18
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    Preventive Health Care

    Preventive Health Care

    November 22, 2018 NOON Hospital has initiated preventive ‘health talk’, to build awareness and emphasize on PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE for the rural patients who visit hospital. We at Noon Hospital believe that ‘A stitch in time saves nine’. Dr Neeraj Dhavane, Consultant Paediatrician, delivered his topic on ‘Prevention and cure from common winter diseases’ to

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    • 27 OCT 18
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    LORD NOON:3rd death anniversary (Multispeciality Camp)

    LORD NOON:3rd death anniversary (Multispeciality Camp)

    October 27, 2018 To commemorate the third death anniversary of LORD NOON a free multi specialty camp was organized at NOON Hospital. Consultation was given at nine different specialty. Four hundred and eighty patients were benefited out of the camp. Twenty one pharmaceutical companies donated sample medicines which were distributed free of cost to the

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