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Children'S Hospital In India

Pediatric Specialties

Pediatric Specialties

We are of the firm belief that children need a children’s hospital, as children are not miniature adults. Our aim is to continue being a hospital where the pediatricians and support staff are not only experienced and experts in their field but also have training and certification when it comes to treating and caring for children and critical cases.

Our expertise lies in treating critical pediatric cases, and we have treated more than since the past 22 years. An advanced Quaternary Care Center, we have a fully equipped Level 3 and 4 NICU that treats premature babies, infants and adolescents. Our expert pediatricians have treated the smallest of the smallest neonates, weighing as little as 375 grams. Furthermore, we have an advanced organ support system, CRRT and ECMO services available at our PICU.

Our super-speciality consultant-led services are available 24/7 and we provide advanced neonatal and pediatric transport in case of emergencies, attributed to us being the first hospital group in India to establish an extensive and advanced neonatal transport chain.




















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