Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu, the founder of Marm Ayurveda Hospital has completed his graduation in Ayurveda (BAM) from one of the oldest ayurvedic college, Vaidyaratnam PS Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal in the year 1981 specializing in general medicine. He has completed his internship at Govt. District Hospital, Thrissur. Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu started his career with one of the earliest visionaries of ayurveda's recent worldwide acknowledgement, Dr. Narayan Vaidyar, Govt. Senior Medical officer (Rtd. SMO), Perinthalmanna. Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu later moved onto starting his first venture Hrudaya Ayurvedic Hospital Edappal which he quit after 3 years to join Shafi Dawa Khana where he spent a long 8 years of his career. Having enough experience in consulting as a physician and managing various ayurvedic hospitals, Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu joined up with the trust, Kerala Najwathul mujahideen (KNM) to establish a hospital named MAHAR in 2001 which began with 12 beds later developed into a 60 bedded hospital.
Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu, an entrepreneur and a great physician expanded his efforts to facilitate more ayurvedic treatments by starting Marm Ayurveda Maulavi Aliadu Razak Madani which specializes Marma treatments which stands now as a multispecialty hospital with over 40 beds including deluxe, super deluxe and suite rooms. Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Counseling (PGDPC) and a Diploma in Acupuncture Therapy (DAct). His contribution to the society is extended by conducting medical camps, spreading awareness about Ayurveda and charity causes are invaluable. There are over 150 medical camps conducted so far in his leadership.
Dr.P.K.Mohammed Bappu has recently headed a Diabetics Camp with free of cost on November 14, World Diabetics day which has studied different types of Diabetics and factors which affect the diabetics on different people, the nature and effects medicine on various people etc. The study was conducted in a group of over 100 patients which constituted male and female from different age groups and patients were under different types of treatments and dietary habits. The study which continued for over 6 weeks made impressive suggestions on future improvements in the treatment of diabetics.