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A doctor who focuses on women’s reproductive health issues is known as a gynaecologist. Obstetricians are medical professionals who provide care to pregnant women and those who have just given birth. They also perform childbirth.


It is committed to providing the best possible patient care, research, and educational initiatives aimed at enhancing children’s health. It was created to provide kids with an unheard-of range of paediatric care and access to the most advanced medical knowledge.

Infertility & IVF

Infertility refers to the inability of a couple to conceive after a year of regular, unprotected intercourse. It can be caused by various factors, including issues with the reproductive organs, hormonal imbalances, genetic factors, age, and environmental factors.

Critical Care

Critical care, also known as intensive care, refers to specialized medical care provided to individuals with life-threatening illnesses or injuries. This level of care is delivered in a critical care unit, often known as an intensive care unit (ICU) or critical care ward. Critical care is provided for conditions such as severe infections.


Advances in medical science have led to the development of various safe and minimally invasive techniques that enable physicians to undertake operations and diagnostic procedures with low risk. This procedure allows healthcare providers to diagnose and treat various uterine conditions without the need for a major surgical incision.

Nursery & N.I.C.U.

Nursery and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are specialized healthcare units that cater to the needs of newborns, especially those who require additional medical attention due to various health issues. The NICU is a specialized unit designed to provide intensive care for critically ill. The nursery is a designated area where healthy newborns are cared.

General Surgery

The abdominal organs that are the focus of general surgery are the oesophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, appendix, bile ducts, and frequently the thyroid gland. In addition, they undertake endoscopic operations including gastroscopy.

Operation & Surgery

"Operation" and "surgery" are terms often used interchangeably, but they can have different interpretations depending on the context. In a general sense, "operation" is a broader term that can refer to any medical procedure. Surgeons may use instruments such as scalpels, lasers.

Blood Testing

Blood testing, also known as blood work or blood tests, is a medical procedure that involves taking a sample of blood from a patient to analyze various aspects of their health. Blood tests provide valuable information about the composition of blood, the functioning of organs.