History

History Although ADVANCED POLY CLINIC was established on 7th January 2008, the history of APC goes all the way back to the 1980s, when the current Chairman of APC, Dr. Prem Lal Shrestha MD, Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Fellow in Arthroscopic Surgery, trained in Sports Medicine, trained in Ultrasonography, established the Kathmandu Orthopaedic Clinic in Putali Sadak. It's worth noting that two of his many achievements were the establishment of the 'Nepal Police Hospital' and pioneering in 'Arthroscopic Knee Surgery' in Nepal.


In 2002, he expanded his clinic into Kathmandu Orthopaedic and Poly Clinic, and shifted to Lazimpat. This clinic focused its services on Orthopaedics, Cardiology, General Medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology, ENT, Dermatology, Acupuncture among others.


In 2007, Dr Prem Lal Shrestha together joined forces with his son, Dr. Denis Shrestha MD, current Managing Director of APC, Consultant Physician and Cardiologist, Interventional Cardiologist, Critical Care Specialist, and expanded the clinic, and renamed it to 'Advanced Poly Clinic'.


Purchasing the latest in state-of-the-art medical equipment, the clinic grew and relocated to a more modern facility in Lazimpat, Kathmandu, with ample private parking, redesigned ambient interior, comfortable waiting areas, elevator and an executive lounge.


APC has adapted well to the changing times and the needs of the people, keeping up with the continuous technological advances. Having had more than 20 years of experience in healthcare, and understanding the needs and hearts of its patients has allowed Advanced Poly Clinic, with it's Motto 'Art of Healing', to keep providing unparalleled world class medical services to its constantly growing client base.

Advanced Polyclinic

Kathmandu Clinic:
Pani Pokhari/Lazimpat (opposite to Japanese Embassy)
TeL:(977-1) 4431078, 4443386

Pokhara Clinic:
S&S Complex, New Road (100 meters North from City Hall)
Tel: (061) 522984, 522985

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