Welcome to Spandan Heart Institute.
In matters of the heart, time can mean everything!
We would like you to know that you are close to a state-of-the-heart cardiac hospital which delivers world class healthcare services not just in your neighborhood but also at your doorsteps!
Located in Dhantoli, Nagpur, Spandan Heart Institute & Research Center’s journey began in 1999 with a humble vision of ‘Providing Most Modern Treatment at Affordable Rates’ to patients in and around central India.
From the pursuit of this vision emanates a passion to excel. We have constantly endeavored to create a world-class healthcare delivery system, synergizing finest medical skills with compassionate patient care.
As one of the most respected medical centers in the region, Spandan Heart Institute has set a standard of excellence for the collaborative approach to patient care. This high standard lives on today, through team members who directly and indirectly contribute to patient care.
The dynamic environment at our institute unifies the energy and enthusiasm of people, working together for the best interest of patients. The hallmark of this team environment is competence, mutual respect and professionalism, creating an atmosphere conducive to constant learning and innovation.
Spandan Heart Institute and Research Center is well equipped to diagnose and treat an extensive range of heart conditions. It offers a full spectrum of services in clinical, interventional and surgical care as well as wide range of speciality support, in-patient and out-patient services.
We have special expertise in treatment of heart attack which includes angioplasty during heart attack. We have treated large number of patients with life threatening heart attacks by performing angioplasty with support of intra-aortic balloon pump. Our expertise not only includes treatment, but also includes prevention.
Mission – ” To provide ethical, compassionate and affordable cardiac care.”
Vision – “To emerge as the leader in the delivery of modern yet affordable cardiac services in central India.”