High Altitude Hospital with Hi – Tech Facilities to be building for Devotees in Kedarnath.

Six sigma high altitude medical service is thinking about construct 10 beds hospital for Kedarnath Devotees. This hospital will have a resident cardiologist and some other essential resident specialists on a daily basis.

many Devotees of Kedarnath comes here from diffrent diffrent places from uttarakhand India. Six sigma high altitude medical hospital provide batter experience of medical facilities and help to pilgrimage.

In every emergency case devotees will recive top medical treatment. Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj is Director of Six sigma high altitude  medical service.


Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj is overseeing the making of the hospital in Kedarnath Dham which will hold the capacity to attend to any devotee or pilgrim in need.

Along with the construction of the hospital’s framework all the relevant and new age appliances have been successfully gathered in one place. The doctors who are appointed deal with a number of different issues which include, orthopedic surgeon, gynecologist, psychiatrist, chest physician, along with a dentists make up for the team of doctors here.

The Yatra for Bhagwan Maheshwar is beginning on 21st May and  from this yatra doctor treatment will be start. 6 doctors  form a team will provide medical help for the devotees and pilgrims. Hospital management has also completed the preparations from their side.

Author: India Easy Trip

Nainital Corbett Tourism is a division of India Easy Trip (P) Ltd. India Easy Trip was founded in 2003 in Haridwar and is a leading travel company in Uttarakhand today.

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