Chaudhary Group, one of the prominent Corporate Houses of Nepal, established Norvic International Hospital in 1994. Today, the hospital operates 200 beds and remains a full-service community health-care facility, designated as an International Hospital. We have a highly skilled staff of affiliated physicians, full-time and part-time professional health care staff, and active volunteers. Our staff benefit from our commitment to quality, continuous learning, cross training, skills development, fun events and activities, flexibility, balance, leadership and a sense of community.

As the 1st private sector hospital to introduce the Cardiac Catheterization Lab in the country, we offer one of the world’s best Invasive & Non-Invasive Cardiac facilities to the nation. We possess the best equipped Heart Command Center using the best technology available in all kinds of Cardiology, Cardiac surgery and Neuro-Surgery. Norvic provides full fledged Pathological and Diagnostic facilities manned by distinguished panel of Consultant Pathologists and Radiologists to provide the country’s best Out Patients and In Patients diagnosis leading to quality medical care.

 News and Updates

  • Norvic Celebrates it's 20th Anniversary

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  • Norvic Celebrated International Women's Day on 8th March 2014

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  • Free Health Checkup conducted at Aanboo Khaireni, Gorkha.

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  • Mammogram Service now available at Norvic. Call 4258554 for Appointment.

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  • Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam Inaugurates state-of-the-art Lunkarandas Chaudhary Diagnostics Center

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Frank Horner0
I was admitted to the Norvic Hospital a year ago (23/11/2013) with an acute angina, suddenly taken ill at the end of our stay in Nepal, after working on a school project in Salghari, Chitwan with Aid Camps International. It was a very frightening experience for me but thankfully I was transported rapidly to your hospital. Your medical staff under the guidance of Dr Bharat Rawat immediately diagnosed my condition and within a very short time was relieved by angioplasty and stenting. I and my wife remain eternally grateful to you all for the crucial care and support we received at the Norvic. After some initial difficulties with medication on my return to the UK I am now fully restored and able to live life to the full again. I thank God when I remember the kindness and help I was given in Nepal and I and Maggie send our very best wishes to you all and for your continued good work at the Norvic International Hospital. Frank Horner
Frank Horner, 11 Oak Grove, Horsford , NORWICH, England

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