Emergency Contact


Critical Care

The Critical Care Department offers 24×7 care to patients in potentially life-threatening conditions requiring life support system and other intensive medical interventions. The patients with dysfunction or failure of one or more organ systems, like cardiac, pulmonary, neurology, liver and kidney, amongst others are admitted to a Critical Care Unit (CCU). Our experienced multidisciplinary team provides state-of-the-art patient care with promptness and compassion. The team comprises of trained, efficient and skilled staff in critical care medicine.
Critical Care aims to improve the care of critically ill patients by acquiring, discussing, distributing, and promoting evidence-based information relevant to intensivists. Critical Care aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the intensive care field.


The department of general medicine provides treatment for the following:

  •  All types of fevers
  •  Infections affecting different organs of the body
  •  All metabolic diseases and endocrine diseases such as diabetes, thyroid, cholesterol, obesity.
  •  Blood pressure
  •  Tummy aches, infections like vomiting, diarrhoea and jaundice
  •  Problems like a headache, muscular weakness, epilepsy.

Hemoglobin test

Hemoglobin is a protein in your red blood cells that carries oxygen to your body’s organs and tissues and transports carbon dioxide from your organs and tissues back to your lungs.

Hemoglobin test

Hematocrit is the proportion of your total blood volume that is composed of red blood cells. A hematocrit (Hct) test indicates whether you have too few or too many red blood cells — conditions that can occur as the result of certain diseases.

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