Kalyani Hospital was started in November – 1983 as a small thirty bedded hospital in a rented premises at Hanamkonda by Dr.P.Anjani Devi, who resigned from Government service after 13 years of experience at various Govt. Hospitals like Mahabubabad, Mulug, F.W. Centre, CKM Maternity, Govt. Maternity Hospital, Hanamkonda, M.G.M. Hospital Warangal. which enabled her to gain rich experience. Further it also enabled her to have a sense commitment to serve the poor and needy, wherever she might be. It was recognized as a Family Welfare Centre by the Dist. Medical & Health Officer. On an average 1000 – 1200 deliveries used to take place annually in which were caesarian sections, 400 to 450 Tubectomys and Vasectomys were also done annually. Visiting Surgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons, and Physicians were attending the hospital as visiting consultants.
After Nearly 10 years on 9 August, 1993, the hospital moved to its own spacious premises at Stadium Road and. the bed strength was increased to 75 and more specialties like Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric NICU, X-Ray and Laparoscope were added. Visiting Laparoscopic Surgeons from Hyderabad used to attend on Weekends and do surgeries. In the years 2005 the bed strength was increased to -100 and specialists from Urology and Orthopedics started attending. Period of 33 years may be too short in the history of country, but the same is quite a long one in the existence of ( and ) small individual institution. Kalyani Hospital has just entered its 33 years of service to the society.
It is not with commercial motto but with motto of service to the society that Kalyani Hospital with 30 beds was started on 3rd September in 1983 in rented Premises. The Hospital was inaugurated by Dr. P. Sudari Devi, the Supt. Of Government Maternity Hospital and also Dr. Anjani’s Professor in Obst & Gyn., There were not many hospitals in private sector in those days. Therefore with in no time, Kalyani Hospital become popular as maternity and surgical centre with in the reach of poor and middle class as well.
One of the main reason of its popularity was because it was always run on the twin principles of medical ethics and values. These principles have never been diluted even in the context of increasing competition and mushrooming of Nursing Home. About 100 to 120 deliveries used to take place per month and even the most complicated cases including eclampsia were accepted. The Support of Extended by senior most anesthesiologist like Dr. Ch. Anji Reddy who is continuing even today.
While embarking on updating itself with latest equipment, the hospital did not lag behind in rendering social service to the needy as and when the need arose. Periodic Free Family Planning Capms, Mass Camps with Dr. BSR Murthy’s Technique, Collection of Eye Balls and transfer to LV Prasad Eye Institute, innumerable Health Camps were only some of the few activities undertaken by the hospital the hospital in fulfillment of its commitment to give back something to the society.
The Live Workshop, perhaps first time in any Private hospital Warangal , was conducted in Kalyani Hospital on 1.08.2010, four cases of LAVH…… Were performed by Dr. Rajesh Modi and the same was telecast Live in Hotel Ashoka which was watched by about 150 to 200 Gynecologists and some surgeons. First Knee Joint Replacement surgery was done by Dr. Gopala Krishna Pemmaraju, FRCS Ortho visiting Consultant from Birmingham, U.K. on 08.10.2010. The Total Knee Replacement Surgery was made available in Warangal by him at affordable cost compared to Hyderabad. Every Six months , he has been conducting Total Knee Replacement Surgery’s in Kalyani Hospital.
On March 24th 2011 the Hospital launched Suguna Memorial Safe Motherhood card for the benefit unorganized sectors. The Card aimed to promote institutional deliveries and make it affordable to poorer sections by charging 50 % less than normal rates. October 2012, was another event ful month in the history of Kalyani Dr. P.Gopal organized an inter disciplinary symposium on “ Fetal Anomalies” involving paediatricians, Gynaecologist, Paediatric Surgeons and Radiologists. IT was held on 7th October at NRI Hall, Kakatiya Medical College. Jointly Co – Sponsored by Kalyani Hospital , FOGSI and IAP. It was attended by 200 delegates from different parts of the state and acclaimed as unique by one and all.
In addition to the usual functioning of the hospital, free service was rendered in rural areas by conducting health camps for Women once in every 3 months. Every Saturday sterilizations operations are being done freely for deserving poor patients. In early Nineties, this hospital had the Distinction of introducing Dr.B.S.R.Murthy of Murthy’s Technic fame and conducted about 100 sterilizations on a Single day. Every year during the month of March, this hospital also served as center for Family Welfare cases pronoted by nearby P.H.Cs and thus extended cooperation to the Govt, In reaching the targets in Family Welfare for about 10 years, the hospital also served as an Eye ball collection center to promote Eye-Donation from 1993 to 2003. About 50 pairs of Eyes were collected and sent to L.V.Prasad Eye Hospital and S.D. Eye Hospital in Hyderabad.
In the field of Medical academic matters, the hospital is known for conducting periodic CME Programmes on Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Laparoscopic Surgeries, and Paediatric Surgeries. The Last one was held on 1.08.2010 in which Dr.Rajesh Modi of Akola conducted live demonstration of Day care surgical procedures on four women. It was witnessed by about 250 gynaecologists from Warangal and Karimnagar District. Further, this hospital also hosted several CME programs in Obst. & Gyneac., Pediatric Surgery, General Surgery, Human Genetics, Orthopedics, Anesthesiology during the last five years. Experts like Dr.Balamba, Dr.Anuradha, Dr.Pingali Gopal, FRCS., Dr.Gopal Krishna, M.S.(Ortho.), Dr.P.Vinuthna MRC. Psych., and Dr.Shailendra Singh, D.M., Dr.Mohan Vamshi visited the hospital and delivered lectures.