The department of emergency & critical care functions on the core principles of rapid and clinically-reliable decision making. We provide 24X7 emergency, ICU and critical care facilities in full compliance with international and national standards of safety and infection control. Our ambulatory services are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and effective communication systems. This enables our paramedics and support staff to offer safe patient transportation and specialised stabilisation support en route to the hospital. Our on-site multidisciplinary critical care team comprises specialised physicians, surgeons, intensivists, anaesthetists, specially trained nurses and paramedics. We have put in place well-structured and triage prioritised systems for critically ill patients to deliver compassionate and effective care.
Accidents and emergenciesSerious road accidents, burns, sports injuries, conditions like loss of consciousness, severe chest pain, severe bleeding and breathlessness are considered as trauma and need emergency to acutely stablise the patient as early as possible and mitigate long-term effects of the trauma. Immediate and intensive treatment includes resuscitation, airway protection and vascular support.
Critical careAdult critical care attends to an illness or injury that requires advanced medical attention but is not considered immediately life-threatening. These include physical injuries, severe pelvic pain, post-operative problems, sports injuries and falls. Advanced treatments are offered at our adult intensive care and high-dependency units.
Neonatal and paediatric critical care Children affected by serious medical conditions that pose a serious threat to their health or life are offered intensive care at our paediatric critical care department. We are equipped with a state-of-the-art Level III NICU and Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) to care for infants with complex medical needs.
Why us for emergency & critical care?
Highlights of the department:
- 24×7 emergency, ICU and critical care facilities
- Level III Neonatal ICU
- 24×7 radiology including CT scan, 4D ultrasound, X-ray, digital mammography, BMD, ECHO
- 24×7 pathology including advanced genetic testing
- 24×7 pharmacy
- State-of-the-art modular operation theatres
- Best-in-class team of 100+ specialists
- Industry-leading nurse/ patient ratio
- Chemo daycare
- Dialysis lounge
Last month, my family suffered from a serious car accident. While thankfully most of us were saved, my brother who was driving the car suffered injuries on his head and hands. I immediately called the ambulance and he was taken to the CK Birla Hospital. I really appreciate how quickly the paramedic staff reached there and how careful and thoughtful they were. The doctors, nurses and other staff quickly managed the situation and pitched in to give my brother the treatment he needed. By god’s grace, my brother was saved and only endured some injuries. He was very well taken care of. We, as a family, are extremely thankful to the people at the CK Birla Hospital. Kudos to the whole team! Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
About 3 months ago, my newborn had troubling breathing which really scared me. My husband and I were just feeding him when his face turned bluish and he started to struggle with breathing. It was the most scary time of my life. Without any delay, we hurried to the CK Birla Hospital. I had delivered my baby here only so I completely trusted the doctors. Throughout the time we drove to the hospital, the doctor stayed on call with me to help me maintain my child’s health. Later at the hospital, my son was given priority treatment. The nurses are also very caring. They consoled us and told us that our son will get better. I am very very happy with my experience here. My son recovered in no time. The doctor explained the problem to us and even helped us understand what to do in case similar problems happened in future. Thanks to the CK Birla Hospital for such great care! Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
My friend suffered from a bad burn on his right arm while cooking. His condition was pretty bad so we rushed to the CK Birla Hospital which is very near my place. It is one of the best hospitals in Gurgaon. As soon as we arrived, the team completely focused on my friend’s health. Everyone did their role perfectly. The nurses and the doctors quickly relieved his pain and started with the treatment. The team also sensed my worries and helped me feel relaxed about their approach. It is a brilliant work ethic for a hospital. My friend thankfully is doing very well now. He is also very pleased with the treatment he received. We both would recommend the CK Birla Hospital to others. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
At an emergency room, a trained nurse will first assess your health including your temperature, pulse, and blood pressure. Your critical care specialist will then examine your injury or illness and proceed with the necessary treatment protocol.
Emergency care includes the urgent diagnosis and management of life-threatening illnesses or injuries while critical care includes the treatment of health conditions that are serious in nature without any immediate threat to one’s life.