Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital (ABMH) is located in the Pimpri-Chinchwad district on the outskirts of Pune, in Maharashtra, India. About 150km from Mumbai, the commercial capital of India, ABMH is easily accessible from the Mumbai-Pune expressway.
From Ganeshkhind road, head straight and go past the main junction of Pune University. Continue straight across a bridge and go past Aundh hospital on your right and past Rakshak society and Wakad. Proceed till you reach a cross road (Dange chowk), turn right. Further down this road, go past Pudumjee Paper Mills gate on your left. The Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital is less than half a kilometre from here on the left side.
After the expressway ends, Wakad police station is on the right-hand side. Take a left turn and head towards Dange chowk. From there, proceed towards Pudumjee paper and Pulp Mills. Further down, you will see the Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital on the left side.
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