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Himadri Memorial Cancer Welfare Trust

Regd. Office:-
Ideal Tower, Flat -7C & 7E,
57 Diamond Harbour Road,


Our old set up at 16 A, Park Lane,Kolkata-16
is closed and total set up moved to
3081, Nayabad, New Garia, Kol-94


New Hospital Unit :
3081, Nayabad,Kol-700094
near 1B Bus stand,
New Garia Metro station,
Garia Railway station and Behind Peerless Hospital
& Bengal Ambuja Project 033 2432 0043/39, 9874210007/05


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Desk of Medical Director

From the Desk of Medical Director :

Dr. Ashis Mukhopadhyay, Medical Director

Over the last one decade, NCRI  has been leading the fight against cancer, Thalassaemia , Leukemia and other Blood Disorder. It is the massive effort of our Himadri Memorial Cancer Welfare Trust and other institutions that has helped NCRI offer the best patient care in cancer management. As we will step into a new decade, we at NCRI commit ourselves to being at the forefront in the fight against cancer in West Bengal as well as Eastern India.


The incidence of cancer is on the rise.  When we hear the word "cancer," we don't think of statistics, we see the suffering that it brings. The rising numbers of people who suffer from this scourge, tells us that we need to be relentless in our pursuit to fight this disease and commit all our efforts to this endeavour.


The power to fight cancer comes from the heart and from the soul. But most of all, it comes from being able to imagine a day when the world would be cancer-free. NCRI's efforts in the sphere of cancer prevention and cancer screening, cancer treatment, research and education are all centred on this mission : to reduce the burden of the disease, to take all those steps that can prevent cancer.

It's a war against cancer on many fronts beginning with the way we think. People often feel it's impossible to find a cure for cancer. But over 100 years ago smallpox was considered deadly and incurable until the world discovered the vaccine for it. People also said the same thing about polio. So we continue this war against cancer with the hope that we can conquer it.

NCRI continues to invest in updating its infrastructure and acquiring sophisticated technology and instruments for identifying, diagnosing and treating malignancies.


It has been very heartening to see the community participate and support us in various initiatives to create cancer awareness and prevention. From generously contributing to the creation of a corpus fund to assisting GCRI in its various programmes, we'd like to acknowledge every step taken to fight this disease. NCRI remains committed to its goals:

  • To ensure that awareness against cancer and prevention of it gets maximum thrust
  • Provide free or subsidized treatment to needy patients
  • Enhance quality standards in cancer-related healthcare
  • Offer cutting-edge and research-oriented diagnosis and treatment
  • Set priorities for cancer research
  • Create a continuous stream of qualified and trained care givers who can address the healthcare challenges of the future

We are moving closer to our dream of creating the new Cancer Hospital and Research Institute at Nayabad , Kolkata which will offer best-in-class medical treatment and education in medicine and allied areas like clinical research. At every step of the way we have been supported by the Government of West Bengal and Different Departments of Govt. of India and different Organizations. our Trust, Himadri Memorial Cancer Welfare Trust, are grateful for this.

We remain united in our efforts to spread the goodness of health in the community. The question that we continuously ask ourselves is : Can we think of newer ways to make people aware about cancer? Can we reach out to the community in newer ways to prevent the disease? Can we detect the disease early so we can save lives? Can we look at newer therapies and treatment that can lessen the suffering? Can we look at newer approaches through research that can promise a cure? We continue to ask ourselves these questions and create our responses to them through our ongoing efforts at NCRI.