Fortis Hospital, Rajajinagar, Bangalore

Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar, Bangalore

111, West of Chord Road, Opp Rajajinagar 1st block Junction, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560086, India

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4.8 (69 Reviews)
Based on feedback received from individuals who have booked appointments through Credihealth

OPD Timings:

Mon - Sat09:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Established in 2007, Fortis Hospital located in Rajajinagar in Bangalore is a 50-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 ...
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MBBS, MS - ENT, Diploma - Otorhinolaryngology

Chief - ENT

37 Years Of Experience,



Consultant - ENT

9 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MD - Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fellowship - Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery

Consultant - Obstetrics and Gynecology

33 Years Of Experience,

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MBBS, DNB - General Medicine, MD - Internal Medicine

Consultant - General Physician

30 Years Of Experience,

Internal Medicine

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Cardiology

Consultant - Interventional Cardiology

23 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Nephrology

Consultant - Nephrology

22 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MS - General Surgery

Consultant - General Surgery

18 Years Of Experience,

General Surgery


Consultant - Pediatrics

21 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, DNB, Fellowship - Diabetology

Consultant - Internal Medicine

25 Years Of Experience,

Internal Medicine

MBBS, Fellowship, DNB - Respiratory Diseases

Consultant - Pulmonology

28 Years Of Experience,


Rakhi green_tickVerified User


Doctor who is really professional.
Tehseeldar Singh green_tickVerified User


Highly Recommended.
Vimlesh Sharma green_tickVerified User


Appointment booking is a nice technique.
Tinku Sarkar green_tickVerified User


Thank you Credihealth for your assistance.
Hammad Khan green_tickVerified User


Excellent Doctor.

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Rijul Mehrotra


Rijul Mehrotra is a resident of Bangalore and studying in class 12. He recently became 18 years old and developed the symptoms of kidney disease. Once, he headed towards his school cafeteria to buy himself some food. After eating food, he started vomiting and complained of a severe headache. His symptoms were uncontrollable even by the school doctor. The 18-year-old child who complained of a severe headache had his relief from the headache after vomiting. Despite this, he also complained of stomach pain that went severe each time he went to the bathroom for vomiting. The child was taken for immediate help from the doctors of Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar.

How did Rijul receive help?

  • The doctors had a complete checkup of the whole body of Rijul. Within a few hours, he had his test reports ready by the executives of Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar. It was one of the quickest ways to present someone with help.

  • The parents of the child, being unaware of the symptoms, were informed that the child had developed kidney stones. According to the reports, Rijul was having nearly 5-6 stones in his kidney that were around the size of 2mm. It was the problem of kidney stones that caused him to suffer from severe vomiting and stomach pain.

  • Rijul had to go through a small surgery of at least two hours and was taken to the hospital for a regular check-up. He had to spend only one day in the hospital and was discharged later.

Rijul, who is now taking care of his body by drinking water and eating hydrated food, is helping himself to fight the symptoms of kidney stones. He is now fighting the aggressive symptoms while consulting each step with the doctors of Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar.

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The new life of Anjana was to welcome the 16-year-old girl with new dreams and strategies. The most appreciated part she received on her very first day was that she was welcomed back to the school after the period of pandemic and that it was with a welcoming rose flower. The students were welcomed to the new beginning of their lives and the teachers were there to greet every child with happy and smiley faces. But, in the midst of happiness, there was something else that was waiting for the teenager. The 16-year-old young and dynamic teenager went through the symptoms like extreme fatigue and no appetite for food. It was the very first day of her school when she received the doctor’s help after coming home.


How did Anjana receive help?

  • Anjana’s parents were already in contact with the medical platform called Credihealth. Through the medium of Credihealth, Anjana was referred to visit Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar, Bangalore.

  • At the Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar, Anjana came to receive help from a general practitioner. Seeing the symptoms like extreme fatigue, no appetite, extreme vomiting, and the appearance of blood fragments in the vomiting, the general practitioner referred Anjana to an oncologist.

  • Anjana's parents came to see the oncologist at Fortis Hospital Rajajinagar to receive the information that Anjana was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), the type of cancer that develops because of immature white blood cells.

  • Thankfully, Anjana was facing the early stage of cancer and she was immediately suggested to go through chemotherapy.

  • After the first round of chemotherapy, the parents were informed that a stem cell transplant was the only therapy for the 16-year-old youngster to get rid of the disease. Meanwhile, the doctors were having their procedures done. They were helping the child with chemotherapy sessions every three or four months.

  • Meanwhile, Anjana lost her head hair and started showing a decline in her weight. She became so weak that she had to take the help of an oxygen cylinder all the time to support her life system. 

It was in 2015 when Anjana’s parents registered for a request for a bone marrow transplant, and later they received a call three years later, in 2018 when they were informed about the availability of the donor. After going through various sessions of chemotherapy, weight management therapies, dietician schedules, and psychiatric therapies, Anjana became capable of having a stem cell transplant. Today, Anjana is 25 years old and is completely free from acute myeloid leukemia (AML).


Fortis Hospital, Rajajinagar, Bangalore