Looking after the health of you and your little one is our primary concern. Our state-of-the-art infrastructure is designed as a baby-friendly hospital. At our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU), we provide expert care for newborn babies of all gestational ages, including pre-term babies with complex medical needs. We also provide routine paediatric care including vaccinations, management of infectious diseases, advice on nutrition, growth, development and child behaviour. We believe that our tiny patients and young people heal best when their families are a part of their care plan and so we partner with you to keep you actively involved in their treatment. We get to know your child to ensure that they are receiving the best care, sensitive to their unique needs and you receive complete parental reassurance and peace of mind.
Neonatology & neonatal intensive careNeonatal intensive care support is offered to high-risk newborns and babies with low birth weight, premature birth and complex medical conditions. Specialised treatment is offered at our state-of-the-art Level III NICU by a team of neonatologists, paediatric surgeons, early interventionists and specially trained childcare nurses.
Paediatric orthopaedicsPaediatric orthopaedics is a specialised branch that includes the diagnosis and treatment of congenital, developmental and acquired musculoskeletal conditions in children like club foot, bunion, cerebral palsy and deformities. Treatment includes medical management and corrective surgical procedures by fellowship-trained paediatric orthopaedists to mitigate any long-term impact.
Paediatric ophthalmologyPaediatric ophthalmology is the medical speciality concerned with the detection and management of eye diseases and vision problems in children like glaucoma, cataract, uveitis, retinal disorders and long or short-sightedness. Preventive eye care, routine treatments and surgical interventions are offered to protect and correct your child’s vision.
Paediatric urologyUrological conditions in children include recurrent bedwetting, urinary tract problems, infections and congenital kidney issues. Our team of paediatric urologists offer comprehensive treatments and long-term care when required through a multidisciplinary approach tailored to your child’s needs.
Developmental paediatricsThe Developmental Paediatrics Centre offers growth monitoring and assessment of developmental progress in children. One-on-one support and guidance is offered to children and families for the best possible care for development difficulties like developmental disorders, neurological disability, cerebral palsy and learning difficulties.
Preventive healthPreventive health checks help in early detection and timely interventions for health issues and reduce potential chronic problems. This service includes routine screening, immunisation, vaccinations and parental education to support the health of infants and young adults.
Whether you need specialist clinical support during your pregnancy including advanced fetal medicine or whether your little one needs extra medical attention after birth, we will help keep you and your child healthy and safe.
- Expert neonatologists for high-risk newborns and premature babies
- Advanced equipment in neonatal intensive care such as GE and Draeger
- Special care baby unit (SCBU) for transpositional care, phototherapy
- Designed as per WHO guidelines of a baby-friendly hospital
- State-of-the-art Level III NICU
- Best-in-class Developmental Paediatrics Centre
- Growth monitoring and promotion practices
One of our happy patients describe the NICU care experience of their newborn
Level III NICU care experience of the newborn of our happy patient
Our patients share their happy experience of seeking child care at the CK Birla Hospital
A paediatrician plays varied roles in children’s healthcare. They help in disease prevention, assessment, diagnosis, management and treatment. They also offer personalised guidelines to help keep children in their best health.
You should first start consulting a paediatrician soon after your delivery to help give your child a good start in life. Some mothers also choose to meet their paediatricians 3-4 weeks before their delivery to offer them an insight into their prenatal assessment.
Low birth weight, infectious diseases, jaundice, digestive disorders, asthma, common cold and skin disorders are some common health conditions in the condition.
You can promote your child’s health by offering them a healthy diet, making sure they get enough sleep, engaging with them in physical activities and active listening.
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