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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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4.59 (108 Reviews)
Based on feedback received from individuals who have booked appointments through Credihealth
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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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the services provided? up arrow

A: The following services are available at this hospital- • ATM • Blood Bank • Waiting lounge • Ambulance • Online appointments • Pharmacy • Radiology • Parking • Cafeteria

Q: What are the OPD timings for this hospital? up arrow

A: OPD timings are 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM from Monday to Saturday.

Q: How many operation theatres are there in this hospital? up arrow

A: There are two operation theatres available.

Q: What is the discharge process? up arrow

A: Your nurse will assist you with the discharge procedure, which may take many hours to complete. Once your final statement is prepared, you must pay your dues in cash or by credit/debit card. Your discharge summary and possessions will be given to you by the nurse.

Q: What are the offers available? up arrow

A: If you are booking through Credihealth, there will be a 20% discount on diagnostics and a 15% discount on OPD consults. If you are looking to get a second opinion, your first consultation will be free of charge.

Q: What is the admission process? up arrow

A: During the admissions process, you will be assisted by the front office staff at the reception desk. They will establish a Unique Identification Number (UID) for the patient, and the hospital will keep and retain all medical information for future reference. They will also provide you with an estimate and assist you in picking the appropriate category of room.

Q: What are the guidelines for visitors? up arrow

A: The important guidelines are- • Passes for attendants and guests will be given at the time of entrance. Please ask your attendant and guests to wear/show these passes when on hospital grounds. If you misplace your pass, please contact the Concierge Desk at the hospital's main entrance. • Children under the age of 12 are not permitted on patient floors. This is done to keep youngsters from being infected. • Hands should be sanitized before and after visiting.

Q: What is the bed capacity of this hospital? up arrow

A: There is a 50 bed capacity at this hospital.

Q: Can we get lab tests done here? up arrow

A: There is a state-of-the-art laboratory available at this hospital. The tests are done with precision and with keeping hygiene in mind.

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Capacity: 50 BedsCapacity: 50 Beds
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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.

Fortis Hospital, Rajajinagar, Bangalore