Friday, May 16, 2008

Hospitals in Coimbatore

* Ganga Hospital []
* KTVR Group Hospital [17].
* Sankara Eye Centre Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Medical Trust.
* Kovai Medical Center and Hospital (KMCH).
* The Eye Foundation.
* MedIndia Hospitals (MIH).
* Siloam Thomas Eye Hospital.
* G.Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital.
* Lotus Eye Care Hospital.
* Sheela Hospital.
* Ellen Hospital.
* Rao Hospital.
* Coimbatore Diabetes Foundation.
* Vedanayagam Hospital Pvt Ltd.
* Naveen Hospital.
* Coimbatore Kidney Centre.
* Sri Ramakrishna Hospital.
* Richmond Hospital.
* Arvind Eye Hospital.
* Kongunad Hospital (P) Ltd.
* Ponniah Hospital.
* PSG Hospitals.
* Lalithaa Hospital.
* Vikram ENT Hospital & Research Institute.
* Arya Vaidya Chikitsalayam & Research Institute (Unit of AVP (Cbe) Limited).
* Coimbatore Kidney Stone Centre.
* Diabetes Care & Research Centre.
* Kalpana Hospital.
* Kovai Diabetes Speciality Centre.
* CSR Nursing Home.
* The Balakishnan Hospital.
* Aparna Hospital.
* Surya Hospital.
* Balaji Nursing Home.
* Kanthaswamy Siddha Hospital.
* Saravana Surgery.
* Karunya Rural Community Hospital.
* Sri Kumar Hospital - Kaundampalayam

About coimbatore

Coimbatore (Tamil: கோயம்புத்தூர்), also known as Kovai (Tamil: கோவை), is a major industrial city in India and the third largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu.[2] It is the administrative headquarters of Coimbatore District. It is known as Manchester of South India. It is also a part of Kongu Nadu region of Tamilnadu.

Coimbatore is known for its textile factories, engineering firms, automobile parts manufacturers, health care facilities, educational institutions, pleasant weather, and hospitality. Situated on the banks of the Noyyal river, Coimbatore's name comes from the local Goddess here, Koniyamman. Koniyattamuttur, or "Koniyamuttur" later metamorphosed to Koyamuttur which is anglicised as Coimbatore.

Air Force Station at Sulur

The Indian Air Force station is located in the east outside the town, in Kangayampalayam Village.

The runway was used for racing motorcycle and cars in 1960s.

After gaining independence, the Indian Navy established INAS Hansa at Sulur to operate the Sea Hawks. After the liberation of Goa, INAS Hansa shifted to Dabolim there and Sulur was taken over by the Air Force.

In 1955, the 5BRD (No 5, Base Repair Depot) of Indian Air Force was planned and it started functioning in 1959.

sulur Town Panchayat

Sulur is a Town Panchayat in Coimbatore district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Sulur had a population of 24,359. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Sulur has an average literacy rate of 78%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 83%, and female literacy is 72%. In Sulur, 9% of the population is under 6 years of age.