Tata Medical Center (TMC), Kolkata is a philanthropic initiative from the House of Tata. Its mission is to promote Prevention, Early Diagnosis, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Palliation and Research for cancer patients. This hospital will provide the entire spectrum of services from Prevention, Diagnosis, Therapy to Rehabilitation and Palliative support. The Tata Medical Center, Kolkata will be a comprehensive Cancer Care Center with well-trained professional staff and equipped with modern facilities and the most contemporary medical equipment.

This state-of-the-art Hospital has been set up with a strategic alliance and assistance from The Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, which is one of the premier national institutions for cancer prevention, treatment, education and research with nearly 68 years of experience.

Tata Medical Center, Kolkata aims to be one of the leading Cancer Care and Research Institutions in the country and will benefit West Bengal as well as the adjoining states and neighboring countries.

This Institution has been set up at New town in the Rajarhat area of Kolkata on 13 acres of land and is managed by a professional management body reporting to the Tata Medical Centre Trust (TMCT), Kolkata.

The Hospital has been built on carefully landscaped grounds to emphasize the holistic approach in our crusade against cancer.

The buildings have been designed by Cannon Design, a renowned architectural firm from North America. Diagnosis and treatment will be characterized by a multi-disciplinary approach with Disease Management Teams, wherein experts from different streams viz. surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology, pathology, radiology, psychiatry and medical social work will participate in decision-making for treatment protocols, using evidence-based medical strategies and appropriate documented clinical guidelines.


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