National Institute Of Neurological and Allied Science

is preventing paralysis and disabilities through timely effective treatment for neurological disorders.  It provides quality neurological services based on the use of new, inventive technology.

  •  World class Neurosurgical Team, Operating Theater facilities and Intensive Care Unit
  • Outstanding Neurology Department
  • Excellent training of the required technical human resources including neuroscientists
  • Research relevant to the needs of the region. Provides recommendation for evidence based interventions

A patient with potentially paralysing or life threatening ailment of the brain or the spinal cord can recover completely and return to the society as a productive member if effective treatment is offered in time.At Neuro Hospital this is accomplished by well-trained Neurosurgical teams supervised by Dr. Upendra Devkota and a strong Neurology Department headed by Dr. Lekhjung Thapa. All of these doctors working together provide a high level of expertise for most neurological disorders. This expertise coupled with the a very competent medical staff and the latest in medical instrumentation and technology provide the best possible environment for patient recovery.

The National Institute of Neurology and Allied Sciences
  • has many on-call consultants from most medical disciplines to assist staff physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of patients
  • provides quality neurological services based on the appropriate use of new, inventive technology sensitive to the socio-economic realities
  • creates an environment for Dr Upendra Devkota to use his advanced training in the renowned Neurological Institutes in Glasgow and London. He is passing this knowledge to his associates and trainees.
  • will be instrumental in realising the vision of regional collaboration in all three facets of neurosciences - service, training and research.

Population based studies project the annual requirement for neurological consultations in Nepal is approximately 1.5 million, and that for neurosurgical procedures about 25,000. The existing facilities in the country, have been able to address less than 10% of this need. The National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences makes a majorcontribution towards meeting this shortage in services.

The hospital is located in Bansbari in the Northern part of Kathmandu. The building is of modern design and allows natural light to be used in most areas of the hospital throughout the daylight hours. With the inside of the hospital perfectly clean and natural plants growing in several areas of the hospital a very pleasant atmosphere exists for patients and visitors. The well-kept grounds, benches and public space provides convenient and comfortable waiting areas for those coming to the hospital. There is ample parking available and a well-run cafeteria is available to the public.