The Ear Nose and Throat Surgery department in Jubilee Memorial Hospital, Palayam, Trivandrum has the most modern facility for Microsurgery of Ear, Sinus Surgery (FESS), Pediatric ENT surgery and advanced procedures like Laser Surgery to cure Snoring and Sleep Apnea, Cosmetic Surgery, Rhinoplasty and Pinaplasty, all at affordable cost.
Dr.K.O.Paulose FRCS (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons UK) is serving the hospital from 16th September 2010.
The Clinic Timings (Mon-Wed-Friday – 9AM- 1PM)
Operations – (Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday-8AM-2PM)
Please contact the hospital for appointment in advance.
Call: (+91) 471 – 2334564 / 6452020 / 407822
Fax: (+91) 471 – 2330925
Where to stay in Trivandrum?
Many budget hotels and restaurants are available near the Railway station. Also there are 5 Star Hotels within walking distance from the hospital.
- Jubilee Memorial Animation Centre (Home Stay) Kovalam Jn. Call: (+91) 471 – 2484412 (ask for Rev Sr.Mary)
- Muscat Hotel (3 Star), Trivandrum
- Taj Residency (5 Star) Hotel (link)
Where is Jubilee Hospital in Palayam, Trivandrum city?
The Hospital is 1 km from the major Bus Station and Railway station, 5 km from from the Trivandrum International Airport and 10 km from the Kovalam beach. Opposite VJT hall, next to the Saphalyam complex, there is meads lane which ends in Jubilee Memorial Hospital. Major landmarks in Palayam include the Victoria Jubilee Town Hall (VJT Hall), Martyr’s Column, University College Library, Fine Arts College, State Central Library, Chandrasekhran Nair Stadium and University of Kerala. Also located at Palayam, is the new building where the Legislative Assembly of Kerala meets. A new underpass is constructed to ease the traffic congestion at Palayam and surrounding areas.
At Palayam, the famous St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Juma Masjid and a Ganapathy temple are situated very close to each another, a rare example of communal harmony. The mosque and the temple share the same wall. The, St Joseph’s Cathedral or Palayam Palli, Palayam Juma Masjid and a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesh are situated close to each other. The mosque and a temple are side by side, with their compound walls touching each other. The co-existence of these three centers of worship of different religions is quite unique and is a standing example of the religious tolerance and harmony in the state.
Today hundreds of devotees offer prayers to the temple, especially on Thursdays. The Friday prayers at the mosque are attended by a fairly high number of people. There is everyday Holy Mass at the Church; it’s really a spiritual capital.
The Connemara Market in Palayam, established two centuries ago, is visited by a large number of residents of Trivandrum to buy household items.