Looking after the health of you and your little one is our primary concern. We work in tandem with the Paediatric & Neonatal department. 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 new-borns and infants with complex medical needs. Additionally, we believe that paediatric patients heal best around the presence of their families. Which is why, their families are equally involved in the decision-making and treatment procedures, to make an informed decision for their children. 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.
Paediatric Surgeries We Perform
Neonatal SurgeryNew-borns with congenital defects and anomalies often require aggressive preoperative care to be able to deal with the stress of the surgery. Our cutting-edge Level III NICU and specially trained emergency and critical care professionals are prepared for delicately handling complex conditions.
Paediatric Thoracic SurgeryWe perform bronchoscopies, for various paediatric concerns regarding lungs and air passage, including removal of accidentally inhaled or swallowed foreign bodies for those children brought in through emergency.
Paediatric Orthopaedic SurgeryThis is a highly specialised branch that deals with rectifying congenital, developmental and acquired musculoskeletal conditions in children which can be surgically rectified. Treatment includes corrective surgical procedures to mitigate any long-term impact.
Paediatric Ophthalmology SurgeryThis specialty primarily focuses on vision problems in children like glaucoma, cataract, uveitis, retinal disorders and long or short-sightedness, which can be dealt with surgical interventions to correct your child’s vision.
Paediatric Urological SurgerySome critical urological 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.
Why Choose Us?
Children need more attention and care. For paediatric surgeries, it is vital to ensure good post operative care in order to help the child recover better and resume a better quality of life. Whether you need specialist surgical support for your child or whether your little one needs extra medical attention after birth, we will help keep your child healthy and safe.
Highlights of the Department
- 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 & child-friendly hospital
- State-of-the-art Level III NICU
- Best-in-class Developmental Paediatrics Centre
- Growth monitoring and promotion practices
Patients' Parent Testimonials
I visited the CK Birla Hospital for treatment of my son’s eye problems. It is a brilliant hospital with all facilities. The staff is very cooperative and helpful. My son has received extraordinary treatment all because of the staff and doctors. Thanks to them. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
My 7-month-old son was suffering from a hernia problem. It was very troubling for me and my husband. We soon went to the CK Birla Hospital where my son was born for treatment. The paediatric urology department here is very well known for its services. The doctors are very intelligent and gave us the right guidance and treatment. My son recovered very quickly under their watch. I am very thankful to the doctors and the hospital. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
My experience with the CK Birla Hospital was wonderful. My child suffered from a fracture while playing basketball. So we visited this hospital. Our treatment journey was completely smooth and hassle-free. We had the support of the nursing team throughout it. They were very friendly and caring towards my son. I really appreciate how they treat children. Best hospital for children with orthopaedic needs. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
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FAQs Around Paediatric Surgery
This is a specialised field of medicine where the surgeon specialises in surgical treatments for foetus, infants and children as well as young adults. Compared to adults, children and infants are more vulnerable to surgical treatments. Hence this needs a delicate and precise approach for which there are designated specialists.
A paediatric surgeon is a person who conducts surgical treatment in children, infants and even foetuses. They have the delicate skills to handle the fragile and delicate tissues in a child or baby.
- Just like other surgeons they have at least 4 years of medical school experience.
- Followed by 5 years of general surgery on adults.
- Preferably few additional years of training or fellowship in paediatric surgery.
- Paediatric care is the core of their medical practice.
Paediatric surgeons provide surgical treatments to children from birth through adolescence and young adulthood. The unique nature of surgical care of children comes with a lot of practise and dealing with different cases w.r.t. the child anatomy. So when choosing a hospital that excels in this department, look for
- State of the art Level III NICU and supporting infrastructure
- NHS standard compliant baby and child friendly hospital
- Specialised nursing staff for children
- A paediatric specialist who has a wide array of experience in dealing with multiple cases of paediatric surgery.
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