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Nearly 20,000 surgeries have been conducted at Shanti Mukand Hospital, a landmark achievement. As a super-speciality surgical centre, SMH is poised to be one of Delhi’s best lung and chest surgical centres. Surgery dates back to Neolithic times. Some of the major advances in the wonderful world of surgery, however, have occurred during last 20 years.

Shanti Mukand Hospital has kept pace with the rapidly expanding frontiers of surgery, ever since our inception in 1995. SMH has now developed into an institution of surgical excellence by adapting and assimilating the latest surgical knowledge and trends. Our vision of evolving into a super-surgical centre, has been nurtured by our founding chairman, Dr R.P. Gupta, the principle crusader for realisation of this dream. Dr R.P. Gupta, a cardiothoracic surgeon, was trained in Vellore, England, USA, Canada and Australia.

As an excellent surgical centre, the hospital has provided the healing wand to our beloved citizens of Delhi and neighbouring states, at most modest costs.

In the recent years, the hospital has earned a lot of peer admiration for its high surgical standards and core competence in specialities, ranging from cancer surgery to cardio-vascular, thoracic, obstetrics & gynaecology, trauma surgery, orthopaedics, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, otolaryngology, cosmetic surgery, ophthalmology and other branches.

The SMH surgical facilities are backed by two major state-of-the-art operation theatres, critical care department, emergency services, latest equipment, operating microscopes, minimally invasive surgical techniques, well-developed laboratories, advanced diagnostic and other support systems. Our thoracic surgeons handle surgeries of lungs, trachea, oesophagus, diaphragm, chest wall and mediastinum. Complex surgeries are routinely performed, using the latest innovative procedures.

Excellent surgical care is being provided for operations involving the breast, endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, colon, liver, pancreas and rectum. Neurosurgeons regularly conduct operations on patients for head, spine and cerebrovascular systems.