King Edward Memorial Hospital
King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEM Hospital) is a public hospital founded in 1926 in memory of King Edward VII. Most of the funds to run the hospital are provided by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. It is the only multi-specialty hospital in India that treats medical conditions at nominal cost. To the underprivileged, it provides free medical services. It is the first hospital in India to have performed renal transplantation in 1965, and liver transplantation in 1968. It gave India its first test-tube baby as well.