GNRC (formerly known as Guwahati Neurological Research Centre), is the first super specialty healthcare center in North East India, was established in 1987 by neurologist Dr. Nomal Chandra Borah. GNRC Medishop is an initiative of GNRC Hospitals to promote generic medicines.
"Your health is our responsibility"
Health is a fundamental human right and critical for human dignity. A healthy population is essential for socio-economic growth – it determines average life expectancy, number of persons in productive age bracket, productivity, earning capacity, employment, contribution to welfare, etc. of a society. However, health problems are increasing each day with the rise of pollution, consumption of contaminated water and adoption of unhealthy lifestyle practices. But good health of a community is essential for its peace, happiness and prosperity. Preventive healthcare, promotive healthcare, early intervention and healthy lifestyle practices can address such health problems. This is how each member of society can achieve freedom from ill-health.
To support your pursuit of health, well-being and prosperity, we combine the science of medicine with the art of healing, to facilitate “Health for All, Smiles for All”. At GNRC, we are convinced that ‘Quality’, ‘Value’ and ‘Trust’ are the bedrock for effective healthcare delivery.
Vision, Value and Milestone
Our Vision: “Health for All, Smiles for All“
Our Value: “Patient-Centricity, Above All”, reflected through the value propositions of Quality, Inclusivity & Value, Trust
We endeavor to provide quality healthcare delivered in alignment with our core principle – Patient First. For those we serve, this translates as prompt service, scientific evidence-based healthcare practice model through use of appropriate technology, enhanced by empathy.
Inclusivity & Value
Irrespective of their financial situation or any other attribute, we treat everyone equally and ensure no access or affordability barrier prevents them from receiving quality healthcare.
We consistently build and strengthen relations with patients and their family members, by treating patients as family members, delivering quality healthcare, maintaining transparency in transactions, adopting structured regular communication with patients and their attendants.