Patan Hospital

Patan Hospital is major teaching hospital for the Patan Academy of Health Sciences. Patan Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Nepal. It uses modern equipment and facilities to provide treatment for almost 320 000 outpatients and 20 000 inpatients every year. Patan Hospital staff conduct more than 10 000 operations annually. The hospital has been operating with an annual revenue of around US $3.5 million.

The hospital already has an abundance of experienced doctors who will serve as faculty for the clinical sciences, as well as an excellent reputation for training health care professionals to serve throughout Nepal.

The mission of Patan Hospital is to provide quality, compassionate health care to everyone who comes to the hospital, regardless of their ability to pay. It serves people from every district of Nepal, from the remote villages as well as from the Kathmandu valley.

History of Patan Hospital

The United Mission to Nepal (UMN), an international Christian organization, founded Shanta Bhawan Hospital almost 50 years ago as a pioneering autonomous hospital to serve the underprivileged people of Nepal. In 1982, the hospital merged with Lalitpur Hospital to form Patan Hospital, still under the management of UMN. UMN recently decided to relinquish its role. This decision allowed Patan Hospital to become a self-sufficient institution managed by its Nepali staff, and to continue its dedication to quality compassionate care for the disadvantaged. Now, by becoming the teaching hospital of PAHS, Patan Hospital will continue to grow and proceed into the future.