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Medanta hospital Gurgaon nearest metro station

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chit Chat' started by Ravindra85, Mar 12, 2017.

  1. Ravindra85

    Ravindra85 New Member

    I need to reach Medanta hospital in Gurgaon and would like to know which the nearest metro station is.

    I will be traveling from Yamuna Nagar, so I would like to know which line I would need to get and if I need to change the line as well.

    Please give a rough estimate to the time it takes from Yamuna Nagar to reach the nearest metro station to Medanta hospital.

    Thank you for the help.
     


  2. briannagodess

    briannagodess Well-Known Member

    Hello, welcome to the forum!

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    Overview

    The Medanta Hospital, also known as The Medicity, was established in 2009 by Dr. Naresh Trehan. It is located in Sector 38 in Gurgaon, close to the Chaudhary Tau Devilal Stadium. The hospital is a private venture, catering to the medical needs of the locals of Gurgaon and nearby cities as well. While the main institutes are in cardiology, neurology, cancer, urology, minimally invasive surgery, to name a few, the multi-specialty hospital has other subdivisions as well, providing care in various areas of health of an individual. Through the Medanta Vattikutti Institute of Robotic Surgery as well, robotic surgeries are offered in this hospital to patients who might need them. Medanta Hospital was the first ever institution to offer cardiac, urology and gynaecology robotic surgeries under one roof in the country. All these achievements and more are sure to come, the Medanta Hospital is truly a pride of the city of Gurgaon.

    Nearest Metro Stations to Medanta Hospital

    There are four nearest metro stations to the Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon. Three of them are part of the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. The remaining one is part of the Gurgaon Line, which is also known as the Rapid Metro. Below, their names, along with their distances from Medanta are highlighted, as well as the time it would take to reach Medanta from any of them by driving or by hiring a taxi.

    List of Nearest Metro Stations to Medanta Hospital

    Metro Station NameLineDistance from MedantaDriving Time
    Huda City Centre Metro StationYellow Line (Delhi Metro)5.6 Kilometres15 Minutes
    IFFCO Chowk Metro StationYellow Line (Delhi Metro)7.9 Kilometres17 Minutes
    Sikanderpur Metro StationYellow Line (Delhi Metro)8.3 Kilometres19 Minutes
    DLF Phase II Metro StationGurgaon (Rapid Metro)12.7 Kilometres23 Minutes
    The nearest metro station to the Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon is none other than the Huda City Centre Metro Station. This station is located on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. It is about 5.6 kilometres away from the Medanta Hospital proper, which can take around 15 minutes of driving. The next nearest metro station is the IFFCO Chowk Metro Station, which is also a part of the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro. It is around 7.9 kilometres away from the Medanta Hospital, or around 17 minutes of driving away. The next two nearest metro stations are the Sikanderpur Metro Station and DLF Phase II Metro Station, the former also a part of the Delhi Metro, while the latter is a part of the Rapid Metro of Gurgaon.

    How to Reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station from Yamuna Nagar (Direct)

    Yamuna Nagar is located in Haryana and to its south is the city of Gurgaon. Now, if you want to reach the Huda City Centre from Yamuna Nagar, you first need to reach Delhi. From Delhi, you can ride the local Delhi Metro to reach the Huda City Centre. The route is very simple as well, reach New Delhi from Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station first, then from the New Delhi Railway Station, transfer to the New Delhi Metro Station to reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station.

    Trains from Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station

    Train Name and NumberDeparture TimeArrival TimeScheduleJourney Duration
    Saharanpur Delhi Passenger Train No. 544743:558:35Daily4 Hours and 40 Minutes
    Jalandhar New Delhi Intercity Express Train No. 146828:3412:55Daily4 Hours and 21 Minutes
    Ambala Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Passenger Train No. 5454015:4800:30Daily8 Hours and 42 Minutes
    These are the trains that depart directly from the Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station and arrives at the New Delhi Railway Station. There are some other trains but they don't reach the New Delhi Railway Station directly, though you can still board them but we'll discuss more about them later. Journey duration from Yamuna Nagar to New Delhi is about 5 hours, sometimes reaching 9 hours, depending on the train that you board. Now, once you reach the New Delhi Railway Station, walk until you reach the Ajmeri Gate and from there, cross over the bridge to reach the New Delhi Metro Station.

    The New Delhi Metro Station is also a part of the Delhi Metro, specifically on the Yellow Line. Therefore, you won't need to change for trains when you come from the New Delhi Metro Station to reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station. The first train for this route departs at the New Delhi Metro Station around 5:47 in the morning while the last train departs in the same station at around 23:41 in the evening. Total journey duration from New Delhi Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station is around 1 hour and 4 minutes.

    Stopovers from New Delhi Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station

    Stop NumberStation NameStop NumberStation NameStop NumberStation Name
    1New Delhi9AIIMS17Ghitorni
    2Rajiv Chowk10Green Park18Arjan Garh
    3Patel Chowk11Hauz Khas19Guru Dronacharya
    4Central Secretariat12Malviya Nagar20Sikandarpur
    5Udyog Bhawan13Saket21MG Road
    6Race Course14Qutab Minar22IFFCO Chowk
    7Jorbagh15Chhatarpur23Huda City Centre
    8INA16Sultanpur
    From the table above, you can see that there are 23 stops on this route, starting from New Delhi Metro Station, until the Huda City Centre Metro Station. Train frequency is every two to five minutes. All of these stations are located on the Yellow Line. Fare is at Rs. 25 from the New Delhi Metro Station to the Huda City Centre Metro Station. Once you reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station, you can then continue on your journey for the Medanta Hospital, which is just 5.6 kilometres away.

    How to Reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station from Yamuna Nagar (Indirect)

    There are some trains reaching the Old Delhi Junction Railway Station from the Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station. Unlike the first journey, you would need to reach the Pul Bangash Metro Station via rickshaw, taxi or walking by here. The Old Delhi Junction Railway Station is about 2.4 kilometres away from the Pul Bangash Metro Station and the 2 are not directly connected with one another.

    Trains from Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station to Old Delhi Junction Railway Station

    Train Name and NumberDeparture TimeArrival TimeScheduleJourney Duration
    Shalimar Express Train No. 14646 5:4610:55Daily5 Hours and 9 Minutes
    Ambala Cantonment Delhi Intercity Express Train No. 125226:3011:40Daily5 Hours and 10 Minutes
    Ambala Old Delhi Memu Train No. 645626:5914:50Daily7 Hours and 51 Minutes
    Kalka Delhi Passenger Train No. 5430410:4519:40Daily8 Hours and 55 Minutes
    Journey duration from the Yamuna Nagar Jagadhri Railway Station to the Old Delhi Junction Railway Station is around 5 hours to 9 hours, depending on which train you take. Once you reach the Old Delhi Junction Railway Station, just ride a rickshaw or taxi to reach the nearby Pul Bangash Metro Station.

    In contrast to the previous route, the Pul Bangash Metro Station is located on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro. Thus, you would need to change trains once you reach the Kashmere Gate Metro Station onto the Yellow Line. From the Pul Bangash Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station, journey duration is around 1 hour and 21 minutes. First train from the Kashmere Gate Metro Station departs at 6:28 in the morning, while the last train departs at around 23:27 in the evening.

    Stopovers from Pul Bangash Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station

    Stop NumberStation NameLineStop NumberStation NameLine
    1Pul BangashRed Line16Green ParkYellow Line
    2Tis HazariRed Line17Hauz KhasYellow Line
    3Kashmere Gate (Changeover)Red Line/Yellow Line18Malviya NagarYellow Line
    4Kashmere GateYellow Line19SaketYellow Line
    5Chandni ChowkYellow Line20Qutab MinarYellow Line
    6Chawri BazaarYellow Line21ChhattarpurYellow Line
    7New DelhiYellow Line22SultanpurYellow Line
    8Rajiv ChowkYellow Line23GhitorniYellow Line
    9Patel ChowkYellow Line24Arjan GarhYellow Line
    10Central SecretariatYellow Line25Guru DronacharyaYellow Line
    11Udyog BhawanYellow Line26SikandarpurYellow Line
    12Race CourseYellow Line27MG RoadYellow Line
    13JorbaghYellow Line28IFFCO ChowkYellow Line
    14INAYellow Line29Huda City CentreYellow Line
    15AIIMSYellow Line
    From the table above, you can see that there are 29 stops on this route, starting from the Pul Bangash Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station. The first two stations are located on the Red Line, the third station is the changeover station to the Yellow Line and the remaining stations are all part of the Yellow Line. Train frequency is also around two to five minutes, more or less. Fare is at Rs. 28 per passenger from the Pul Bangash Metro Station to Huda City Centre Metro Station. Once you reach the Huda City Centre Metro Station, you can then continue on your journey for the Medanta Hospital, which is again, just 5.6 kilometres away.

    Huda City Centre Metro Station to Medanta Hospital

    There are various ways of reaching the Medanta Hospital from the Huda City Centre Metro Station. Of course, the easiest of which is just to ride a taxi, which would take you directly to the Medanta Hospital. Fares would be around Rs. 150 to Rs. 250 for a one-way trip. You can also just ride an auto rickshaw would be cheaper, around Rs. 80 to Rs. 120 for a one-way trip. Certain cab companies like Ola and Uber are also available in the city, their rates might be slightly higher during peak or surge hours though.

    Recently, the Haryana Transport Department introduced new buses that connect several areas in Gurgaon from the Huda City Centre Metro Station proper. The bus passes by several areas, starting from the station, to Sector 31, Sector 46, Sector 81, until Sector 91. As you might recall from the above description, the Medanta Hospital is located in Sector 38, so you can just alight at the closest sector to it that the bus drops off passengers from. The bus also goes back to the Huda City Centre Metro Station so you can just board it on going home. Bus services start at around 6:00 in the morning and last until 21:00 in the evening. Fare is very minimal at around Rs. 20 per passenger, but frequency of buses is around 2 hours.

    Finally, Ola Shuttle provides for shared shuttle services for this route as well. The shuttles depart from the Huda City Centre Metro Station as well and directly reach the Medanta Hospital, with various stops in between. Shuttles are at frequent intervals, you simply need to book them via the Ola app as well. Further, these shuttles are air-conditioned for a more comfortable journey. Fare is just at Rs. 15 per passenger, though it can change without prior notice.

    Conclusion

    The nearest metro station to the Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon is the Huda City Centre Metro Station. The Huda City Centre Metro Station is located on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro, under six kilometres away from Medanta. From the metro station, you have various ways of reaching Medanta, also highlighted above. Good luck!