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OBGYN

Overview

At the heart of our esteemed multispeciality hospital lies the distinguished OBGYN department, dedicated exclusively to championing women’s health and well-being. It is fortified with an elite team of gynaecologists, obstetricians and physiotherapists. Qualified from the best institutes like AIIMS, we bring unparalleled expertise combining cutting-edge technology with compassionate healthcare.

Women of all ages can find a broad spectrum of services, including routine gynaecological check-ups, specialised obstetric services, and groundbreaking treatments for reproductive health issues.

One of the defining attributes of our OBGYN department is our tailored approach to healthcare. Whether prenatal guidance, postnatal support, managing high-risk pregnancies, or offering advanced infertility solutions, we pride ourselves on curating bespoke care plans for every individual. Furthermore, our adept surgeons are proficient in performing intricate laparoscopic surgeries that give optimal outcomes ensuring minimal discomfort and faster recovery for patients.

We have integrated O&G services, providing a continuum of care, from adolescence through menopause and beyond. Embracing the forefront of medical advancements, our department boasts state-of-the-art ultrasound and fetal monitoring systems. These, combined with our medical expertise, ensure meticulous diagnostics and unwavering monitoring for all expecting mothers. Our dedicated staff, from seasoned obstetricians to nurturing nurses, work in harmony to ensure every woman’s journey, be it motherhood or routine care, is handled with the utmost diligence and empathy. Our maternity rooms provide an environment that radiates tranquillity, ensuring that the journey of childbirth is a memorable experience and both serene and secure.

At Srinivasa Hospital, we believe in forging lasting bonds with our patients, ensuring they feel valued, heard, and cared for.

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