Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana

Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana

6 Kms from Samrala Chowk, Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana, Punjab, 141010, India

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4.24 (151 Reviews)
Based on feedback received from individuals who have booked appointments through Credihealth

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Mon - Sat09:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana came into operation in November 2013. It is one of the top-notch tertiary care hospitals that cater to the healthcare services of people residing in Ludhiana and nearby places. The hospital is a 259 bedded multispeciality hospital that comes well-equipped with the best infrastructure of laboratories, 6 Laminar Flow Operation Theatres,...
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MBBS, Diploma - Otorhinolaryngology, MS - ENT

Consultant - ENT

40 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Nephrology

Director and Consultant - Nephrology

34 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynecology

Senior Consultant - Obstetrics and Gynecology

27 Years Of Experience,

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MBBS, MD - Radiotherapy

Senior Consultant - Radiation Oncology

25 Years Of Experience,

Radiation Oncology

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MD - Internal Medicine

Consultant - Obstetrics and Gynecology

24 Years Of Experience,

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Medical Oncology

Director - Medical Oncology

22 Years Of Experience,

Medical Oncology

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedic Surgery, Fellowship - Arthroscopic Surgery and Sports Medicine

Director - Orthopedics and Joint Replacement

22 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Fellowship - Surgical Oncology

HOD and Senior Consultant - General Surgery

20 Years Of Experience,

General Surgery

MBBS, MD - Anesthesiology

HOD and Senior Consultant - Critical Care Medicine

20 Years Of Experience,

Critical Care

MBBS, Diploma - Child Health, MD - Internal Medicine

Senior Consultant - Pediatrics

19 Years Of Experience,


Anupma green_tickVerified User


Great Experienced
Lavanya Rekhi green_tickVerified User


Good Consultation with Dr. Pankaj Sihag
Mohan Sharma green_tickVerified User


Very understanding and easy to connect any time.
Shubham Kumar green_tickVerified User


I can see the improvement of my health after the treatment.
Ms. Bimlesh Saxena green_tickVerified User


Visited the doctor about my problem and treatment was very effective.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is there any availability of tele-consult services in the hospital?

Q: Is there any treatment facility for diabetic patients?

Q: How many doctors are there in the hospital?

Q: Does the hospital undertake the rights of patients & attendants?

Q: How can I pay my bill?

Q: What is the admission process of the hospital?

Q: How many beds are there in the hospital?

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Capacity: 250 BedsCapacity: 250 Beds
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Patient Stories

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Akshat Malhotra


Akshat Malhotra is a resident of Ludhiana and is nearly 10 years old. He had to fight the symptoms of nighttime incontinence for nearly 2 years. The problem became so severe that he had to face the issues in his school. It led him to deject himself from the school activities. The activities that he used to enjoy earlier became a problem for him. He once had a humiliating moment in his school where he had to face the scolding of his teacher and at the moment he wetted his pants. He could not control the fear of the teacher and the symptoms arrived. The parents, who became serious about the health of the child, reached the doctors of Fortis Hospital Ludhiana.

How did Akshat receive help?

  • The child was given complete therapy for controlling the urinary bladder instead of urinating in the pants.

  • The child and the parents were given counseling regarding the Kegel therapy. They were informed that they can still fight the symptoms by avoiding water and using water-rich food instead.

  • The child, who went into depression because of the only incident in his school life, started losing hope about having an active lifestyle and a wonderful day at school.

  • The child was given therapies for using certain types of food. He was also informed to use sesame seeds and oils in food so that he could manage his bladder control.

Akshat Malhotra, who received each sort of help from the doctors of Fortis Hospital Ludhiana, developed confidence again in his life. He started receiving good opinions from his friends and schoolmates. He was told by many of his friend’s parents and teachers to control his bladder movement. Soon, he started gaining confidence that everything is possible through small discussions. He started gathering hope and received positive comments from the side of the school. He developed his performance at the school and got an increase in his grades.

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This is the story of Abhishek who had to go through minimally invasive surgery for the safety of his heart and the scratches he got on his chest. Abhishek is only 6 months old and was once playing in the corner of the house with his regular toys. His elder sister who was around 7 years old at that time came and picked Abhishek in her hands. The problem arose when while playing, the elder sister dropped Abhishek at the stairs and one of the stair fences compressed the chest of the baby. Abhishek developed a compressed and blue spot on the area of his chest with a few scratches. The parents were already in contact with Credihealth and they sought medical help by booking with Fortis Hospital Ludhiana.

How did Abhishek receive help?

  • Abhishek’s chest was compressed due to the injury after falling from the stairs. A six-month-old baby’s body is much more delicate and soft than we think or than we adults have.

  • The doctors had to apply surgery on the child as the child went to sleep for long hours immediately after the fall. The consistent sleeping of the child feared everyone in the house because the child did not react and did not cry at all.

  • The parents were informed about the condition of the child and the blood clot in the area of the chest that developed a blue spot in the place. It was an internal injury that caused the child to go to sleep immediately after the fall from the stairs.

  • The doctor informed the parents about the health of the child and told them that if the child does not awake within 24 hours, then there would be a chance of death.

Luckily, the child was able to respond within 17 hours after the surgery and he cried. The crying of the child sometimes signifies the normal activities or the normal functioning of babies. Crying when hurt and smiling when happy- are the two reactions that babies often show. But the case of Abhishek was somewhat different as he did not cry and immediately went to sleep.


Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana