A M Anvar

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Anvar A.M
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Born (1969-05-16) May 16, 1969 (age 51)
Kerala, India
Nationality Indian
Education MD(Ay)
Occupation Ayurvedic Doctor , Founder - Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital

A. M. Anvar is an Ayurveda physician from Kerala, India. He is the founder and chairman of Punarnava Ayurveda Hospitals, a chain of Ayurveda hospitals located in Kerala.

Early life

Anvar was born into a Muslim family at Kollam, Kerala, to Ahmad Kunju Lebba and Noorjahan. His formal education in Ayurveda was at Government Ayurveda College trivandrum. He earned a master's degree from RGUHS Karnataka, after which he started Kripa Hospital in 1995.

Career

In 2004, Anvar founded the Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital. Anvar is also the founder and Chief Physician of Kripa Ayurvedic Hospital, Karunagapally. He is also the president of Continuing Ayurveda Awareness Program (CAAP) International Chapter and the Chief Ayurvedic Physician at KIMS Ayurveda Research Center, Thiruvananthapuram. He is the state Vice President of Ayurveda Hospital Management Association, also the Chairman of the Scientific Committee of Ayurveda Hospital Management Association.[1]

The Continuing Ayurveda Awareness Program (CAAP) is an initiative by the Punarnava Ayurveda Hospital, inaugurated by the then Central Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss.[2] He was invited to UK India Healthcare Summit 2016 at UK Parliament, London.[3][4]

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