Ruby Hall Clinic, which is one of the most prominent hospitals in the city of Pune, was founded by the eminent cardiologist Dr. K.B. Grant. The hospital, which had a humble beginning, was started as a small nursing home in 1959 in the Ruby Hall Bungalow. Today, Ruby Hall Clinic offers 550 inpatient beds that include 130 intensive care beds, and staff strength of 150 consultants, 500 panel doctors and 1400 support staff.
The Ruby Hall Clinic has a number of firsts to its credit such as the Intensive Care and Coronary Care Unit, the city's first kidney transplant, the first test tube baby in Pune, the city's first Air Ambulance, and the city's most advanced Imaging technology – Positron Emission Tomography. The hospital currently has three Cardiac Cath Labs and two Linear Accelerators. The Clinic offers sophisticated technology that is used in its state-of-the-art facilities.
The Ruby Hall Clinic is a charitable trust hospital that offers medical care for the underprivileged people who cannot afford medical treatment. The hospital conducts free camps in the far-flung areas of Maharashtra in order to provide health benefits to the people in the rural areas.