Hamidia Hospital Bhopal is a multispeciality tertiary care teaching hospital in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was earlier known as Prince of Wales King Edwards Memorial Hospital for Men. It is affiliated to Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, in the capital of Madhya Pradesh.
At the early time Hamidia Hospital has started with 25 beds in a building which now houses the city Kotwali. During the coming years the bed strength of this hospital was gradually increased. It was shifted to its present venue in the same period. Before the merger of the Bhopal State, the Hamidia Hospital had 175 beds in In 1949. The year 1953 saw further extension in the Hamidia Hospital, when the present building inside the Fort Fatehgath was occupied. In 1956 a new three-storeyed surgical wing with two modern operation theatres and a new three-storeyed Medical Ward were added. Since the construction of these new hospitals the bed count was raised to 525.
Gandhi Medical College And Hamidia Hospital Bhopal is one of a leading hospital in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is situated at Bhopal Madhya Pradesh. Gandhi Medical College And Hamidia Hospital Bhopal both the Hospital provides their 100% efforts to treat patients. They also monitor consumer satisfaction with regard to clinical care such as the approach of the doctor, examination, education on taking medication, availability of services, waiting time, and cost provided in the outpatient department.