List of Private Hospitals for COVID-19 Vaccination in Ahmedabad

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After dealing with a pandemic the entire year, vaccines that work against coronavirus have come as a saviour. As per the announcement by the Government of India, from March 1, citizens who are above 60 years of age and more than 45 years with comorbidities can get themselves vaccinated at a government hospital for free and private hospitals at Rs 250. 

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has released a list of Private Hospitals where you can get yourself vaccinated. 

Here’s a list of the private hospitals for coronavirus vaccination in Ahmedabad (Zone-wise)

List of Hospitals in the West Zone – Ahmedabad 

Sr. No.Name of the Hospital Address
1. Aalok Hospital8, Vidyavihar Colony, Opp. Hotel Fortune Landmark, Usmanpura Cross Road
2.Aarna Superspeciality Hospital Opp. Suvidha Centre Nr.Parimal Under Bridge, Paldi, Ahmedabad 380007
3. Ahmedabad Institute of Medical ServicePN house, Jethabhai Park, Narayannagar road, Paldi
4. Astha Orthopaedic & Spine Hospital C/D sweni Complex, opp. Ronak Park Akhbarnagar, Ahmedabad, 380013
5. Astha Orthopaedic Hospital  Vasupujay Complex, Opp L.I.C Building, Jivraj Mehta Road, Vasna, Ahmedabad
6.Bodyline Hospital Opp Annapurnal Hall, New Vikas Gruh Road, 380007
7.Brain and Spine Care Hosptial Sanskar Complex, Opposite Devbhoomi Appartments, Vijay Cross Road To Commerce Six Road,
8. Gayatri Hospital and research centreNidhi Complex, Near Bhimjipura Cross Road, 
9.HCG HospitalsMithakhali, Ellisbridge,
10.Jaydeep HospitalNr. St.Xaviers Loyola School, Opp Kamnath Mahadev, Nr. Darpan Six Roads, Naranpura, Ahmedabad 
11.Life Care Institute Of Medical Sciences and ResearchNear Sardar Patel Statue Corner Stadium Road
12.Mansarovar HospitalGround Floor Kheteshwar Bhavan Nr Vitthalbhawan Usmanpura Ahmedabad
13.Mansi Hospital, Unit of Maitreyi Hospital Pvt Ltd. Akhbarnagar Circle
14.Maruti Orthopedic Hospital and Joint Replacement Centre 
L/10-11, Swatantray Senani Nagar, Nr. Akhabar Nagar Under Bridge, 132 Feet Ring Rd, Nava Vadaj
15.Navneet Memorial Hospital  In a lane Opp to Navrangpura Telephone Exchang Nr Sardar Patel Seva Samaj Hall Navrangpura, 380006
16.Pushya Hospital – a unit of Spine Clinic Ahmedabad Pvt. Ltd. 32, Sardar Patel Nagar, Opp. ABC-1, Navrangpura -380009 
17.Radiance Hospitals3rd and 4th floor – Shital Varsha-3 Navrangpura-380009
18.Samved Orthopaedic Hospital3rd Floor Samved Hospital, Commerce To Stadium Road, Navrangpura
19.Saviour Hospital Nr Bharat Petrol Pump Nr Lakhudi Talav Stadium Road Navrangpura
20.Sentara Multispeciality Hospital 45/H Nr. Shiv Shakti BRTS, Opp.Sharda Petrol Pump, Chandkheda, Ahmedabad- 382424
21.Shreeji HospitalSaraswati Shopping Centre
22.Smt. SMS Multispeciality Hospital Visat Gandhinagar Highway
23.Solar HospitalBinali-B, Opp. AEC Office, Naranpura – 380013  
24.Trisha Multispeciality HospitalGf-5,6,7/6Th And 7Th Floor, Dream Square Nirnaynagar
25.Vijay Shalby6-Roppam Society Memnagar Fire Station

List of Hospitals in the North West Zone – Ahmedabad 

Sr. No.Name of the Hospital Address
1.Apollo CVHF Hospital Opp. GNFC Tower, Pakwan Cross Road, Bodakdev, SG Highway 
2.Bone and Joint Care 401/A, Silverstar commercial complex, Ahmedabad – 382481
3.Global Hospital  Nr.Bodakdev Garden,Pakwan Cross Road,Off.S.G.Highway, Bodakdev
4.Lions Karnavati Shantaben Vishnubhai Patel Eye Hospital Near Sp Ring Road Circle
5.Mavani kidney care201-202 Kirose, Opp. Mahatma Gandhi Labour Institute, Near Manav Mandir, Drive-In Road, Ahmedabad.
6.Max Superspeciality Surgical Hospital         301A, Silverstar Complex, Third Floor, Chandlodiya Gota Road, Chandlodiya, Ahmedabad
7.Neuro1 Stroke and Critical Care InstituteBlock V, Mondeal Business Park, Nr. Gurudwara, Thaltej
8.Sal hospital and Medical InstituteOpp. Doordarshan Tower, Drive-In Road, Thaltej, Ahmedabad- 54
9.SGVP Holistic HospitalSgvp Campus, S.G. Highway, Chharodi, Ahmedabad.
10.Shaleen Healthcare Private LimitedShaleen Plaza, Near Mangaldeep Party Plot, Near Shukan Mallcross Road, Science City Road Sola
11.Sterling Hospital – A div of Sterling Addlife India Pvt Ltd Sterling Hospital Road, Memnagar 

List of Hospitals in the South West Zone – Ahmedabad 

Sr. No.Name of the Hospital Address
1.Health and Care Foundation Pavansut Society, Opp. Rajvadu, Jivrajpark, Ahmedabad
2. Krishna Shalby Hospital319, Green City, Ghuma Via Bopal
3.Renus Kidney Hospital 505, Golden Icon, Opp. Medilink Hospital, Nr Shivranjani Flyover, 132 ft Ring Road
4.Sahyog General Hospital Nursing HomeSarkhej Sanand Road
5.Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital  Plot No 23 B, Village Kashindra, Sarkhej Dholka Road, Ahmedabad
6.Tapan HospitalNr. Platinum Hall, Anandnagar Cross Road, 380015

List of Hospitals in North Zone – Ahmedabad

Sr. No.Name of the Hospital Address
1.Anand Surgical Hospital Pvt LtdMemco cross road.Naroda road
2.GCS Medical College HospitalOpposite Drm Office, Near Chamunda Bridge, Naroda Road,
3.Kakadiya Hospital  B/H Sukhsagar Complex, L.B Shashtri Marg, Bapunagar
4.Karmdeep Orthopaedic and Skin Hospital & Research CenterA 11 Surjit Society, Opp.Kailashdham 2,India Colony Road, Bapunagar
5.Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd Ex- Monogram Mill Compound, Nr Rakhial Police Station, Rakhial
6.Sindhu HospitalMaya Cinema Road, Near Gopal Park Society, Kubernagar
7.Star Hospital  Near Indica Laboratory, Bapunagar Memmco Road, Bapunagar
8.Shaiva Children Hospital3rd Floor, Pushpak Arced, Opp. Hirawadi BRTS, NH, Hirawadi
9.Siddhi Hospital Kubernagar, Naroda

List of hospitals in East Zone – Ahmedabad 

Sr. No. Name of the HospitalAddress
1.Central United HospitalMangalam Arcade, Odhav, Ahmedabad
2.Hariom Multispeciality Hospital A1, Tejendra Park Society, Nirant Cross Road, Vastral 
3.Kanba HospitalOpp Abjibapa Green Avenue
4.Shalby Hospital NarodaShalby Hospital Naroda, No . 679 Nr. Haridarshan Cross Road
5.Shivalik Multispeciality Hospital Bhagwati Hall, Near Viratnagar Cross Road,

List of Hospitals in the South Zone – Ahmedabad 

Sr. No.Name of the HospitalAddress
1.Shakti General Hospital A/117, Krishna Complex, Near Shahwadi Bus Stand, Nh8
2.Shifa Multispeciality Hospital Bagmar Plaza, Opp A.P.M.C. Market, Jamalpur Cross Road, Jamalpur, Ahmedabad- 380022
3.Laxmi Hospital4th floor, Shivani avenue, Jawahar chowk crossroad

List of hospitals in the Central Zone – Ahmedabad

Sr. No Name of the HospitalAddress
1.Rajasthan Hospital Shahibaug, Ahmedabad

*List as of March 4, 2021. The list is updated on a daily basis by AMC.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Will the vaccine be safe as it is being tested and introduced in a short span of time?

Vaccines are introduced in the country only after the regulatory bodies clear it based on the safety and efficacy.

Is it necessary for a COVID-19 recovered person to take the vaccine?

Yes, it is advisable to receive complete schedule of COVID-19 vaccine irrespective of past history of infection with COVID-19. This will help in developing a strong immune response against the disease.

Is it mandatory to take the vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccination is voluntary. However it is advisable to receive the complete schedule of COVID-19 vaccine for protecting onself and limiting the spread of the disease.

Can a person presently having COVID-19 (confirmed or suspected) infection be vaccinated?

– Person with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infection may increase the risk of spreading the same to others at vaccination site.
– For this reason, infected individuals should defer vaccination for 14 days after symptoms resolution.

Is the vaccine introduced in India as effective as the one introduced in other countries?

Yes. The COVID-19 vaccines introduced in India are as effective as any vaccine developed by other countries.

Can a person get the COVID-19 vaccine without registration with Health Department?

No, registration of beneficiary is mandatory for vaccination for COVID-19. Only after registration the information on the session site to visit and time will be shared with the beneficiary.

If a person is unable to produce the Photo ID at the session site, will s/he be vaccinated?

Photo ID is a must for both registration and verification at the session site to ensure that the intended person is vaccinated.

How will the beneficiary receive information about the due date of the vaccine?

Following online registration, beneficiary will receive SMS on their mobile number about the due date, place and time of vaccination.

How many doses of the vaccine would have to be taken by me and at what interval?

– Two doses of vaccine
– 28 days apart, need to be taken by an individual to complete the vaccination schedule.

When would antibodies develop? After taking first dose, after taking second dose, or much later?

Protective levels of antibodies are generally developed by two weeks after receiving the 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

What about the possible side-effects from COVID-19 vaccine?

– As it is true for other vaccines, the common side effects in some individuals could be mild fever, pain, etc. at the site of injection.
– States have been asked to start making arrangements to deal with any COVID-19 vaccine-related side-effects as one of the measures towards safe vaccine delivery among masses.
– AEFI committees formed at district/Corporation levels.

If one is taking medicines for illnesses like cancer, diabetes, hypertension etc can s/he take the vaccine?

Yes. Persons with one or more of these comorbid conditions are considered a high risk category. They need to get the vaccination.