Our journey from 50 sq. feet to 75,000 sq. feet

Our journey from 50 sq. feet to 75,000 sq. feet

The story of our beginning goes back to 2003, when the Rotary Club of Ambala just had a wish in our hearts to have a cancer care facility in Ambala. We wanted to save the people of Ambala from running from one hospital to another in different cities, those who have braved cancer understand the importance of having a care facility nearby.
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News and Updates

Cancer is a deadly disease but not an end for ones life
19Apr
One of our hospital’s Pediatric Chemo Patient Aayushi is undergoing treatment, but keeping them aside did hard work in her class and stood 1st. Children un...
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Another feather added to our Pediatrics department
27Mar
1st DVET (a life saving procedure to fight against the serious effects of Jaundice in the blood) was done for a 3 day old baby girl by our Pediatrician and h...
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RACGH celebrated International Childhood Cancer Day
15Feb
Rotary Ambala Cancer & General Hospital celebrated International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) on February 15, 2022, to appreciate all the Pediatric Survivors ...
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