Block J, Mayfield Garden, Sector 51, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122018, IndiaView Direction
The CK Birla Hospital Gurgaon is part of the $1.8 billion diversified CK Birla Group. It spreads over 78,000 sq ft, is a 75-bed facility with ICUs, a 15-bed level 3 NICU, SCBU, 5 modular operating theatres, 38 spacious patient rooms and suites with all amenities, outpatient rooms, advanced labour and recovery rooms, state-of-the-art diagnostics, an advanced IVF unit with a Modular Egg collection theatre, Andrology Lab, IVF Lab, IUI/Embryo Transfer facility and a Cryo Store. Our clinical facilities include 24x7 diagnostics, pathology, and radiology with an outpatient pharmacy and doorstep delivery of all pharmacy products. The critical care team includes 24x7 anesthetists, intensivists as well as neonatologists who provide cover for our ICU, MICU, and SICU.
The Hospital delivers global standards of clinical excellence and promises trust, empathy, and continuity of care with clinical experts and NHS midwifery teams. It is committed to partnering with the patients in clinical decision-making. Rather than being attended to by a single caregiver, their patients are assigned a Care team with specialists from different disciplines.
A: The hospital accepts credit cards, debit cards, VISA, MasterCard, and cash also. You can pay through any more as per your choice.
A: The hospital is open for visitors from 9 am to 8 pm (Monday to Saturday) and 9 am to 1 pm on Sunday.
A: Yes, the hospital provides such services if there is prior word of mouth on such a topic with the help desk.
A: The discharge of any patients is planned with the completion of all paperwork. The routine timing for discharge is 11 am. However, it depends on the patient and the consultant if any other time suits them.
A: In case you have any grievances for the hospital, you can connect with the help desk. The help desk is provided at the reception counter. You can also choose to give your feedback at email@example.com.
A: You need to carry ID proof or the documents related to your private insurance.
A: The overall bill is estimated over the basis of total days spent in the hospital, services availed, and the treatment charges.
A: At the time of emergency, you will be provided with complete time and information regarding the admission procedure and billing processes. A consultant is provided for such a task.
Ankur Malhotra, a resident of Delhi came in contact with CK Birla Hospital, Gurgaon because of his cigarette smoking habits. He is the father of three children with the first child living in her 15s. Mr. Ankur had been trying to control cigarettes for three years, but instead of managing the things himself, he became more curious about his mental health. While trying to stop smoking, Mr. Ankur developed the symptoms of mental health at the age of 41. It was difficult for him to cope with the changes, so he started developing the symptoms like:
Extreme anxiety and regularly shaking left leg while being anxious
The habits of smoking were left behind but he develop the symptoms of depression
He came to experience an event where he saw his youngest son smoking cigarettes at the age of 5. This made him curious about his family’s health and the future of his children.
The father of three children had to go through medical issues concerning his mental health
Having daytime sleep became normal for him and because of this the family had to go through many disputes
The relationship and the marriage of 17 years was about to end
How did Mr. Ankur receive help?
Financial issues were not a big problem for the family. Mr. Ankur arrived at CK Birla Hospital, Gurgaon for the sake of his mental health. He informed the doctor about his present and past conditions. The best thing was that he was able to understand the intensity of the matter. He could understand how important it was for him to leave the habits of smoking and cooperate with mental health. He started receiving medications for mental health issues and developed himself in just 6 months. He received counseling, had the help of a rehabilitation center, and was medicated day and night. It was the hard work of the doctor and the patient that worked for both.