A Block, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi NCR, 110088, IndiaView Direction
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, is a NABH Accredited Multi Specialty Tertiary Care Hospital, possessing state of the art facility, and offering customized health care solutions for unique patient needs. Since inception in 2010, the hospital has been offering excellent patient care, induced by the virtues of compassion, innovation, integrity, and patient centricity. Within a very short span of time, the hospital has created a niche for itself in the international medical fraternity. The forte of the hospital lies in dispensing the best healthcare services at the most affordable prices. This has been possible because the team at Fortis Hospital constantly endeavors in cross leveraging the skill, experience, and technology available at their disposal. This recently built institution caters to national as well as global patients. The hospital holds 262 Beds, adequate Operating Rooms, ICU Beds, and Hi-tech Medical Equipments. The multi-dimensional portfolio offered by the institution comprises Chest Medicine, Dermatology, Fetal Medicine, Gynecology, Infertility, Neonatology, Psychiatry, Thoracic Surgery, Cell Therapy, and many more. The hospital has also evolved certain Centers of Excellence which cater to Super Specialties, such as, Cardiac Science, Neuro Science, Emergency & Trauma, Gastro Science, and several others. Home to some of the eminent specialists and professionally trained nursing staff, the hospital offers world-class accommodation and a warm ambience to its patients. It’s Presidential Suites and Deluxe Rooms offer a myriad of amenities, such as, LCD Television Sets, Tea/Coffee Maker, Terrace View, Refrigerator, and many more. The hospital also houses other facilities, such as, Pharmacy, Blood Bank, ATM, Prayer Room, ICU Waiting lounge, Crèche, Play Area for Kids, Money Changer, Café, and a Multi-cuisine Restaurant. Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, is one of the first hospital in the country to be bestowed with the Green Building Certification. It was primarily designed as an energy-efficient building that conforms to the guidelines of the Energy Conservation Building Code.
MBBS, MS - Surgery, MCh - Urology
Director - Urology and Renal Transplantation
47 Years Of Experience, 2 Awards
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A: Yes. Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh has a restaurant on the hospital premises. The multi-cuisine restaurant serves visitors and staff members.
A: Azadpur metro station is the nearest station to Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh. It is at a small distance of 03km from the station.
A: This hospital was set up in the year 2010. It is a flagship facility under the Fortis Group of Hospitals.
A: Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh can accommodate 262 hospital beds. The beds and rooms come into different variety and prices.
A: The hospital offers OPD consultations from Monday to Saturday starting from 9.00am to 7.00pm.
A: Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh accepts payment through cash, credit card, and Wire Transfer methods.
A: A diverse range of services, besides healthcare, are offered at Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh. These include: Pharmacy Blood Bank ATM Prayer Room ICU Waiting Lounge Play area for kids Money Exchange facilities
A: Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh has an easy and time-saving admission process. After OPD consultations, if hospitalization is required, the patient is directed to the admission desk. The team at the admission desk generates a Unique Identification Number (UID) using the patient’s details. The team helps the patient to choose from a variety of wards or rooms based on their financial settings. Medical records of the patient are collected by the hospital for future reference.
A: After the treatment is complete, dedicated nursing staff from the hospital will help you through the discharge process. The nurse will describe your post-treatment care instructions and medications. The hospital will ask you to clear all bills to complete the discharge process.
A: The hospital staff will ask the visitor to wear an isolation gown, mask, gloves and shoe covers. The visitor would be asked to use hand sanitizer before entering the intensive care unit. The attendant will only be allowed at most 10 minutes inside the ICU.
Sometimes going with the flow of life is all that is required at the time. Krisha Bajaj is the daughter of Ankur Bajaj and is only 12 years old. Once, she along with her whole family (including her mother, father, one sister, and one brother) was going for a picnic driving by car. Krisha, who never had any symptoms earlier in her life, all of sudden came to develop froth in her mouth and she fell while sitting in the car in the back seat. Her elder sister noticed her and immediately asked her father to drive towards the hospital for immediate help.
How did Krisha receive help?
Krisha, who was admitted to the nearby Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh, received her first aid treatment in the emergency room.
The doctor who examined her told the family to admit the child for better health and examination.
Within an hour, she was admitted to the hospital and started receiving medications for the same.
Krisha, who was unconscious at the time, was taken to a separate operation room where she received her tests including a CT scan, blood pressure check, and ECG- all done within the next hour of admission.
Day by day, Krisha started receiving her medical tests and physical examinations. After spending 24 hours while being unconscious, Krisha had her ultrasound done the very next day, regular blood tests, regular blood pressure check, diabetes check, thyroid check, and even EEG.
It was EEG which had the delivery of the signals not matching with the standard signals of the brain activities and neurons.
The doctors confirmed Krisha that she developed a seizure. Although there were no significant symptoms earlier in her life, Krisha was told to take care of her body and stay away from junk food.
It was only that event that changed the life of the child. Today, Krisha is fighting her disease and maintaining a lifestyle full of happy moments. She goes to her school regularly while her parents take care of her like other children.