Inpatient Services

Admission to the hospital can either be an emergency admission or a planned admission.

Accident & Emergency Unit

All emergency patients reaching the hospital are routed through Accident & Emergency Unit located on the ground floor, with a separate entrance.

Indoor Patient Registration Counter

While the patient is being taken care of, the relatives can complete the necessary admission formalities at the Indoor Patient Registration Counter located near the In-patient Services Entrance.

Salient Features of the Accident & Emergency Unit :

24-hr Emergency Service with Trauma care based on advanced TLS.
Separate entrance with resuscitation room equipped for emergency care with ventilators, defibrillators, central lines for gases, crash cart & procedure room.
Highly trained trauma team of doctors, nurses & paramedics.
Equipped to deal with mass casualties.
Consultants like General, Orthopaedic, Plastic, Neuro & Vascular surgeons available 24 hours.
Back-up support: Emergency Operating Theatre with C-Arm, CT Scan, Blood Bank, Radiology, Pathology, Pharmacy and I.C.U.
Transportation of Critical Patients to BAGH and from the hospital to elsewhere in Mobile ICU Unit.
Code Blue service in patient of Cardio-Respiratory Collapse within the hospital.
Mobile ICU

Patients admitted in an emergency may be kept under observation in the Accident & Emergency area for sometime and then shifted to the designated ward for further treatment.

Planned admissions are those that happen in cases where treatments, surgeries and procedures are planned in advance.

For planned admissions, patients can register their case at Indoor Registration Counter near the In-patient Services entrance along with their doctor’s admitting note.

Before getting admitted, it would be prudent to get an estimated cost of treatment from the treating doctor.

Patients opting for a treatment package are requested to deposit full amount on admission.

The hospital provides fresh hospital gown / pajamas to patients everyday.
For the comfort of the patient, one attendant is allowed to stay with the patient, at all times. The attendant pass is issued at the time of patient registration.
The patient is provided meals from the hospital kitchen, depending on the diet plan recommended by the treating doctor. Patients are not allowed outside food during the hospital stay. A clinical nutritionist oversees the diet plan and can be consulted for any change in diet.
The patient’s relatives / attendants are requested to visit our full-fledged, professionally managed Cafeteria facility or a well-appointed Coffee Shop, for their meals.
Extra passes are issued on a chargeable basis only in exceptional cases (when the patient is critically ill or as advised by the medical consultant).
Visiting Hours for relatives are from 4.30 PM to 6.30 PM. These timings are only for general areas.
Critical Care areas (such as the MICU, Heart Command Centre) are off-limits for entry of visitors. This is done to prevent chances of infection to critically ill patients.