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Mark Hospital

Mark hospital is established with a vision to provide world class healthcare at an affordable price with emphasis on urological services. Our aim is to provide highest standards of urological care. We provide comprehensive urology and laparoscopy care under one roof.

With a vision on becoming India’s leading providers of comprehensive, seamless and integrated world class urology services, Mark Hospital offers treatments across all the urology specialities.

We have an inevitable team of leading doctors with a higher level expertise, who are committed to provide highest standards of medical excellence at a fraction of costs. Our work each day and strive to offer best in class services to our patients.

We understand seeking medical treatment outside your home can be physically and mentally difficult. So at Mark Hospital, we make sure that you feel comfortable as in home!

At Mark Hospital, it is our measure of utility and eye for detailing in everything that we do, observation and perspective that truly sets us apart and makes us the care provider of choice for many of patients. Calibre, medical & service excellence and detailing are the set standards of the hospital.


Dr. Kamlesh Kr. Maurya

MBBS (Gold Medalist)

Dr Kamlesh Maurya is a Gold Medallist in MBBS and has completed his MS (Gen Surgery) in 1998 from SS Medical College, Rewa (M.P). After that he has worked in many hospitals of India, and then settled in Bilaspur (C.G) in the year 2001.

Fais DNB (URO)

He has been awarded by the Fellowship Association of Surgeons. Dr Kamlesh Maurya has done many fellowship programmes in the country and abroad. He regularly works on bringing in new technologies and treatments for his patients.

Urologist and Laporoscopic Surgeon

Minimally invasive surgery, also often known as laparoscopic or keyhole surgery to patients has recently been developed in the field of urologic surgery to be applied to conditions affecting a variety of urologic organs (including kidney, adrenal gland, ureter, bladder, prostate, lymph nodes).