Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital was established in 1983 with the generous support of Japanese Government. It was graciously inaugurated by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev in February, 1986.

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital is an integral part of the Institute of Medicine of Tribhuvan University. It performs two distinct functions. As a teaching hospital, it provides practical field for the academic training programs (basic, graduate and postgraduate) of the Institute and, as a national hospital, renders medical care and services to those who need them. The establishment of the Teaching Hospital has been a landmark in the evolution of medical education in Nepal.


1) To provide a teaching base for the Institute of Medicine for all types of academic programs.

2) To provide tertiary level of health services to the patients in Nepal and be a lead national hospital in this area.

3) To act as the main center to conduct health researches in Nepal and resolve problems in this area in Nepal.

TUTH has been providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical services, education and research. Services are provided by a team of compassionate multi-disciplinary, highly trained doctors, nurses, technician and others. It also provides the best quality services to the seekers at an affordable cost within Nepal.  Even to the patients who cannot afford treatment, the hospital serves with equal dedication.

Today, the Teaching Hospital is the premier teaching hospital of Nepal and is the most coveted tertiary hospital of Nepal.


Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital
Maharajgunj, Kathmandu
Phone:  +977 1-441 2303, +977 1-441 2505, +977 1-441 2605