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Dr.B.Bhaskar Rao
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Smt.B.Rajyasree
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BOLLINENI HOSPITALS
Seelam Nukaraju Complex Road,
Katari Gardens, Rajahmundry-3.
Ph: 0883 – 2477770, 2477779.
Fax: 0883 – 2437488
E-Mail: info@bollinenihospital.com
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Welcome To Bollineni Hospital
Established with a vision to provide quality healthcare services for all types of patients, Bollineni Hospitals was established in Rajamundry in the year 2001. With an impressive list of specialists who serve us in varied capacities and state of the art equipment, we are able to deliver patient services which are second to none in the healthcare segment in the city of Rajamundry.

Our unflinching attitude of placing our patients well being on the forefront has given us an enviable reputation of being the hospital of choice for many patients in and around Rajamundry. We are well connected by all means of transport and offer round the clock specialty services to patients from all walks of life and economic backgrounds.

Bollineni hospitals is founded by an eminent specialist Dr B. Bhaskar Rao who has wide ranging experience in the medical profession. He has specialized in cardiothoracic surgery and consults at various major hospitals in Andhra Pradesh.
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Press Room
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Doctors Profiles
Click to view the various profile of our senior doctors who are working in our hospital. Learn about their specializations and achivements in their respective fields.
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Our Mission
To create a highly specialized medical environment which provides quality medical care for all patients by using the best medical expertize and state of the art equipment to achieve total patient satisfaction.
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Health News
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Some IBD Drugs May Raise Skin Cancer Risk
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Decline in Fitness Accelerates After Age 45
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Heart Attacks on the Rise in Women
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New Ulcer Treatment Better?
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Diabetes Drug Promotes Weight Loss
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New chief takes over at Labtests
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Pain-relief drug combines paracetamol and ibuprofen
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Recession threatens fight against obesity
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Should ACC be opened up to private competition
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