Obstetrics & Gynecology

About Department

The department of obstetrics and gynecology provides our patients with various choices for personal obstetric and gynecologic care and offers an easy-access approach to complete health care for women. Our gynecologists perform many types of procedures to treat both common and rare gynecologic conditions, working with other specialists to provide the most appropriate care for patients. They provide minimally invasive treatment whenever possible to reduce patient discomfort and promote more rapid healing. They have extensive experience in vaginal and laparoscopic approaches, as well as reconstructive surgery, the restoration of normal anatomy and function.

Our specialist staff and gynecologists are involved with teaching, patient care, and research in the areas of normal and abnormal human reproduction: growth and development of the fetus, normal and complicated obstetrics, and surgical and medical diseases of the female reproductive system, including reproductive endocrinology and infertility, oncology, infectious disease, and psychosocial problems. The department also provides primary and preventive health care for women throughout their lives. They counsel their patients on family planning/contraception and offer several special classes for expectant families, including a maternity unit tour, infant CPR and safety, infant care for expectant parents, breastfeeding, and more.

Facilities - OPD

  • Antenatal Care
  • Gynae OPD
  • Speciality Clinics
  • High Risk Pregnancy
  • Menopausal Clinic
  • Cancer Clinic
  • Infertility Clinic

Facilities - Operative

  • Normal Deliveries
  • Minor Operations
  • Major Operations - Caesarean Section, Abdominal & Vaginal Hysterectomy, Myomectomy, Laparotomy, Recanalization
  • Diagnostic & Operative Laparoscopy

Our Clinical Expertise

  • State of the art delivery suites and midwifery services.
  • Neonatal intensive care unit next to the labour & delivery suites.
  • Advanced radiological facilities. (Ultrasound screening for fetal wellbeing assessment, digital mammography screening).
  • Management of high risk obstetrics. (multiple pregnancies, IUGR, pregnancy induced hypertension, gestational diabetes and endocrine disorders).
  • Operative gynecological surgery (hysterectomy, myomectomy, TUBO-OVARIAN surgery and pelvic floor surgery).
  • Advanced laparoscopic surgery.
  • Reproductive endocrinology & management of assisted reproduction.

Useful info and health tips

  • Pap smear guidelines have changed
    There’s no doubt about it: A Pap smear is an important test, since cervical cells are swabbed and tested for many conditions, including cervical cancer. The question is how often you need one. This is why it’s vital to tell your doctor as much as possible about your body, history and lifestyle. “The screening guidelines have changed, so how often you need a Pap smear depends on your last results and your personal history.
  • Healthy tips for our pregnant Moms
    You need to eat a large amount of iron, more than any other stage in your life,and this is because of the increased amount of blood in your body in order to feed your baby. Eat more meat and chicken, as well as legumes (lentils, beans) and green leafy vegetables (spinach and chard). Do not forget to eat source of vitamin C (lemons, oranges, cantaloupe, broccoli, green pepper) during meals to increase the bsorption of iron from legumes and vegetables.