from Year 1984

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) was experiencing rapid industrial growth during the 80’s especially due to growth initiated in Chikalthana Industrial Estate and after setting up of Bajaj Auto Factory at Waluj, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) in 1984.

Though industrial infrastructure was booming, the lack of social, educational and medical infrastructure prevented talented people related to various industrial fields from coming to Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad). It was during the industrial surge that Madhur and Kumud Bajaj made Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) their home.

At that time, the only modest hospital was Government Medical College and Hospital (Ghati). Rajnarayan Bagla, Nandkishor Kagliwal and Madhur Bajaj took charge of creating a good medical facility at Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) to meet the requirements of expanding industries and also provide a modern ethical working environment for competent doctors.

from Year 1988

In 1988, a public charitable trust called ‘Marathwada Medical & Research Institute’ was formed under the leadership of Ramkrishna Bajaj, who also served as patron. The Trust decided to name the hospital as ‘Kamalnayan Bajaj Hospital’.

from Year 1990

The hospital started functioning in a rented building at Adalat road on 19th March, 1990 and the first surgery was performed on 24th March, 1990.

The hospital Administration was initially looked after by Retd. Brigadier Dani, followed by Dr. Dhamdhere. He was succeeded by Dr. Sunil Deshpande, who was also the HOD of Radiology department. Ram Bhogale and Dr. Deshpande steadied the working system with well-defined policies. Under the leadership of pioneering surgeon Dr. D.S. Bhagwat, a training course for nurses was established.

from Year 1998

The first Cath lab was installed in 1998, when Dr. Ajit Bhagwat joined Kamalnayan Bajaj Hospital as an Intervention Cardiologist, which was the turning point in providing high end facilities in the Marathwada region. The hospital soon became the landmark for providing comprehensive tertiary medical care of high quality to patients.

As the number of patients and facilities began to grow, the rented premises at Adalat road fell short of meeting the demand for more space.Rahul Bajaj, Patron MMRI Trust, expressed his concern regarding the compromising of quality of health care in such working conditions. He initiated the introduction of new Trustees who would give a dynamic direction to the Trust. Kumud Bajaj was inducted as Chairperson of the Trust and took up challenge of establishing a new facility for the hospital.

Building an independent modern building with a futuristic outlook and up-to-date infrastructure for a high end multi-disciplinary tertiary care centre was not easy task at all.

After a lot of deliberation, a new location at Beed Bypass was finalised.

This building emerged as a landmark in the new area of Satara Parisar on Beed Bypass and became the nucleus for growth in the town