23, 80ft Road, Guru Krupa Layout, Nagarbhavi 2nd Stage, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560072, IndiaView Direction
Established in 2003, Fortis Hospital located in Nagarbhavi in Bangalore is a 70-bedded multi speciality hospital. The hospital offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and is technologically up to date. It has a great team of qualified doctors available around the clock and emergency services. Staff members make sure patients are given the best of medical care. The hospital consist of an experienced team of skilled professionals, aimed to provide the quality healthcare in every medical department. The hospital has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) and healthcare providers.
There 70 beds available for patients at the Fortis Hospital, Nagarbhavi.
Visitors must wear their visiting pass while on the premises of the Hospital. Children below the age of 12 are restricted on the patient ward to protect children from infections. Sanitization of hands and wearing a mask before & after the visit is also mandatory at the Fortis Hospital, Bangalore.
The Hospital offers CT scans, MRI, mammography, ultrasound imaging (USG), Interventional radiation, X-Ray Positron Emission Tomography Scan, (PET-Scan) Imaging services, etc.
A patient discharge summary is handed over to the patient/relative at the time of discharge.
The patient can avail of Suite, Deluxe, Private, Twin, Multi-room facility at the Fortis Hospital, Bangalore.
Yes, fortis-hospital-nagarbhavi, Bangalore, offers ambulance and blood bank services.
Yes, the Hospital has an Advanced Centre for Neurology diagnostic and treatment services.
Of course, Once you confirm your visit to the Indian Embassy in your country, the Hospital will give a letter of visa requirements.
International patients can pay through Wire Transfer, directly through cash, card, or traveler's cheques Note, credit cards like VISA, MASTER Card, AMEX, and CIRRUS.
You can check a list of doctors associated with fortis-hospital-nagarbhavi, Bangalore, through Credihealth. You can also call on 8010-994-994 to directly book an appointment with the doctor practices at Fortis Hospital Bangalore.
Sometimes, life gives us another chance to go back and correct all the situations. Akshat Malhotra, who had his sinusitis treated by the expert doctor of Fortis Hospital Nagarbhavi in the past, complained of a common cold that was not going away itself. Because of the ongoing season of the pandemic, he developed a curiosity to know about his reports. All the doctor suggested to him was to have the test for covid-19. He was given vitamin tablets and was told to take care of his body as he detected positive for COVID-19. After having another test for COVID-19, he became alert for his health as the second test also detected positive. Soon, Akshat Malhotra started declining in terms of his health. He was admitted to the Fortis Hospital Nagarbhavi and was taken care of.
How did Akshat receive help?
Akshat was lucky enough that his common cold was not affecting his oxygen level in the body. But, the doctors told him to get admitted to the hospital for better care.
Akshat received a diet chart which helped him maintain the schedule for diet and having meals during the day.
All of sudden, he came to complain of severe pain in his chest. He was given therapy for the same by the doctors.
Suddenly, his breathing level started declining and he started losing control over his body. It was a hard time for his family to cope with the situation. He was one of the working and young men in his family supporting the whole family with expenses.
But, the doctors gave him the right oxygen level, the right medicines, and the right amount of care. Akshat who was given every therapy for the pandemic started having a better healthy life soon. Today, he is living his life peacefully with his children to listen to his long tale of the fight against the pandemic.
This is the story of Ritesh who was around 5 years old when he ate the peanuts that were there in his friend's lunchbox because he felt tempted to eat that. It was Ritesh’s first time eating peanuts and he examined something wrong with his body. He started coughing and developed some rash on his face. While being in the school, the young boy was taken immediately to the school doctor. The doctor asked a few questions about the child and the child replied that he had peanuts from the friend’s lunch box. It struck the doctor to conclude that the boy was having allergic reactions to peanuts. After the parents came to notice the situation, the parents (who were already in contact with Credihealth) went to the nearby Fortis Hospital Nagarbhavi, Bangalore.
How did Ritesh receive help?
Ritesh, who was only 5 years old, came to learn about the peanut allergy. He was told not to eat the peanuts because they used to cause him to react against them.
On the other hand, the parents were informed about the allergy of the young boy. The parents were informed to help the child learn a few tactics to control the temptation against the peanut butter and peanuts.
The parents came to know that the 5 years old young child was feeling tempted because of the smell of the peanut butter while he was restricted to the use of peanuts and understood not to eat peanuts.
Many years passed and it was the second time when Ritesh received his anaphylaxis reaction against the peanuts when he accidentally ate the cupcake made of peanuts in his school.
Ritesh, who was 16 years old this time and was reading in 11th grade, was immediately taken to the nearby Fortis Hospital Nagarbhavi through the medium of Credihealth, where he received his second injection for the allergy.
Meanwhile, the doctors informed the parents about the therapy called oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy.
Ritesh ate different amounts of peanuts including 5 mg to 600 mg and a handful of them while relaxing in the hospital. It was 600 mg when he ate the peanuts and his body showed a reaction. This was the third time when he received an epinephrine auto-injector. The doctors confirmed that the 16-year-old Ritesh could now eat around 300-500 mg of peanuts which will not have immediate allergic reactions. Ritesh was now happy that he could now eat his favorite peanut cake with a specific amount of peanuts in it. Now his mother used to make peanut cake, especially for Ritesh who would not be showing the allergic reactions anymore.