Outpatient Services​

A Place for You to Get Treated, Without Having to Stay

A hospital should provide outpatient services to complement the domiciliary assessment. They are best for following up with mobile patients or those with functional conditions. Patients and informants can get more privacy to receive a physical examination.

An outpatient department (OPD) is a part of the hospital that has physical facilities and medical and other staff, with regular working hours, to offer care to patients who are not inpatients. Here, patients receive diagnosis or treatment, but do not spend the night.

Our Outpatient Department Provides These Services

  • Consultation chambers for patients to get medical, surgical, or allied consultation
  • Examination rooms where doctors examine patients for any condition
  • Diagnostics that have an automated lab, dialysis machine, pathology, endoscopy, radiology, microbiology, sleep lab, hyperbaric chamber, rehab center, and other diagnostic services
  • Up to 20 dialysis units
  • Fully equipped rehabilitation department with gymnasium and hydro therapy pool
  • Patient central monitoring
  • Fully automated referral laboratory
  • End to end fully automated medication management system
  • 24/7 robotic pharmacy services providing medications to patients
  • Patient central monitoring 

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