Hospitals treating A(H1N1) (Swine Flu) in Bangalore

Dear readers, the below list might be dated, for the new list and updates, read the latest article published in February 2015: Here is how you can manage Swine Flu in Bengaluru:

See also:

Doctors ask citizens not to panic…
Swine Flu or A(H1N1): Everything you need to know

Private hospitals

Mallya Hospital
Vittal Mallya Rd, Bengaluru
+91-80 22277979, Emergency: +91-80-22242325

Vaidehi hospital
#82, K.R. Puram Hobli, White Field, Bangalore 560066

Ambedkar Medical Institute and Hospital
Kadugondanahalli, angalore-560045

St Johns Hospital
Sarjapur Main Road, Bangalore- 560034

Manipal Hospital
Airport Road angalore- 560017
+91-80-2502 4444 +91-80 2502 3344

Manipal Specialty Hospital
Rajarajeshwari Nagar

Mallige Nursing Home
Mariappa Road, Siddapur
Bangalore – 560011

Lakeside Medical Centre and Hospital

Mallige Medical centre
Cresent Road

St Martha’s Hospital
Nrupatunga Road

Fortis RM Hospitals
Sampangirama Nagara
+91-80 40200000

Pristine Hospital
West of Chord Road

Columbia Asia Hospital
+91-80 41791000

Columbia Asia

MS Ramaiah Memorial Hospital
New BEL Road
+91-99001 70372

City Hosital
+91-80 23131777

Apollo Hospital
154/11, Opp IIM, Bannerghatta Road
Bangalore 76
080-26304361, 41463151

Shiefa Hospital
Queen’s Road

Bangalore Baptist Hospital
Bellary Road
9448496617, 23330321-24

Bangalore Hospital
#202, RV Road,
Bangalore 4

Bangalore Institute of Oncology
HCG Tower
Bangalore 27

BGS Global Hospital
Uttarahalli Road

KR Hospital

Mediscope Hospital
11 Pillanna Garden,
Bangalore 560045
080 25472757

Meridian Medical Centre
No.14, Off Mosque Rd,
Opp State Bank Of India,
Standage Rd,
Frazer Town
40608000, 30

NRR Hospital
No 3 & 3a, Nr Chikkabanavara Railway Station, Nxt To Janapriya Apartments, Chikkasandra, Hesarghatta Mn Rd, Chikkabanavara
28374115, 28374116

Panaeca Hospital
1st Cross Rd
Basaveshwara Nagar
080 23191133

Pranadevaru Hospital
#694, .B.I. Road, H.M.T. Layout, R.T. Nagar

Pristine Hospital
#877, West Of Chord Road
080 51354444

Sagar Hospital
Kumaraswamy Layout
080 26535700

Sanjeevini Hospital
760, 7th Main, Last Bus stop, Mahalaxmi Layout
080 23499809

Sundar Hospital
1& 2, Hennur Road, Lingarajapuram
080 25478586

Suguna Hospital
1A/87, Dr Rajkumar Road, 4th N Block, Rajajinagar
40194444 / 23327777

Government Hospitals

Victoria Hospital
Fort Road, Kalasipalyam, Bangalore-560002

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases
Near NIMHANS, Hombegowda Nagar, Bangalore-560029
+91-80-26632634, 91-80-26631923,

K C General Hospital

Yelahanka General Hospital

Indiranagar General Hospital

Testing laboratory

Hosur Road

Source: Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka


  1. hari KR says:

    I called (080-22065000) St John Hospital for H1N1 test, they said they do not conduct such tests.

  2. hari KR says:

    Even Vydehi also donot do any such treatment. The list compiled seems wrong.

  3. Dr. Paul says:

    Testing centers are different from treating centers.
    Citizen Matters has published a recent write-up with these details:

  4. pragya sugandha says:

    Where can we get the Precautionary vaccination done????? No hospital seems to be doing it.

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