Testimonials

“I am very happy to be here because the doctors and the nurses took very good care of me. I wish them all luck for the prosperity of this hospital.” – Jyoti Kamal Kalita, GNRC Sixmile
“We are very happy with the kind of co-operation that we have received from the doctors and nurses.” – Pranjal Sharma, GNRC Dispur
“I am very happy with the services and care received in this hospital. This hospital has lots of facilities and I wish the hospital a bright future” – Bijoy Das, GNRC Dispur

Healthcare Packages
We offer comprehensive health check-up programmes for busy executives, office goers and all individuals above 35 years of age. In addition, Accident Card offers protection to all in case of Road Traffic Accidents.

HEALTH CHECK-UP CLASSIC
HEALTH CHECK-UP PREMIUM
GNRC HEART CHECK-UP
ACCIDENT CARD
PROTECTION FROM 7 SILENT KILLERS

Freedom from ill Health

Our aim is to touch one billion lives and inculcate health seeking behavior among members of the population, to build a healthy India. To facilitate people from various walks of life adopt healthy lifestyle practices, we conduct several activities through Swasthya Yatra, a public service initiative.

News & Views


Welcome to GNRC

GNRC (formerly known as Guwahati Neurological Research Centre), the first super specialty healthcare centre in North East India, was established in 1987 by neurologist Dr. Nomal Chandra Borah. Born into the family of a marginal farmer in Sonitpur district of Assam, Dr. Borah has scaled professional and entrepreneurial heights through the sheer dint of his intellectual capability and indomitable spirit, steadfast in his pursuit of delivering ‘Health for All, Smiles for All’, through his social enterprises.

Patient Care

GNRC Hospital Sixmile

GNRC Hospital Sixmile, Guwahati is the second facility of GNRC.

GNRC Hospital Dispur

GNRC Hospital Dispur, Guwahati is the first super-specialty tertiary care hospital.

GNRC Medical North Guwahati

GNRC Medical, North Guwahati, which commenced operation in 2014

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About half of people who have #Diabetes develop #KidneyDamage. Therefore, it is very important for people with diabetes to have regular monitoring on their blood sugar levels to check the proper functioning of the kidneys.-#WorldKidneyDay

Eating a healthy and balanced diet ensures you get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs. Avoiding too much salty food can help you prevent various conditions associated with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
#WorldKidneyDay #KidneyHealthForEveryoneEverywhere #KidneyCare

Drinking plenty of fluid will help your kidneys function properly. Doing this also helps your kidneys clear sodium, urea, and toxins from your body and significantly lowers the risk of developing Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
#WorldKidneyDay #KidneyHealthForEveryoneEverywhere

#Smoking slows the flow of blood to the kidneys which impairs their ability to function properly. Smoking also increases the risk of Kidney Cancer.#WorldKidneyDay #KidneyHealthForEveryoneEverywhere #KidneyCare #StopSmoking #HealthForAll

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