One of two world-class medical and research facilities run by the CK Birla Group for over 45 years, the Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is a multi-specialty hospital established in 1969 in Kolkata. This ten-storey building has over 400 beds and is guided by a mission to offer the highest standards of medical treatment to all sections of society.
It is the first Indian institute to conduct a Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) course, and the first in East India to develop a tertiary eye care centre. CMRI has also tied up with the LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad for research and training.
Accredited to the National Development Board, Government of India for DNB courses, the institute runs an in-house nurses’ training school that is recognized by the West Bengal Nursing Council. It is also a centre for the MRCS exam conducted by the Royal College of Surgeons, England.
Doctors at CMRI have performed over 250,000 surgeries and served over 5 million outpatients and 500,000 inpatients. More than 10,000 international patients have received treatment at the facility. CMRI provides up-to-date care through ITUs, CCUs and neuro-ITUs, with a highly-qualified team of specialists.