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Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon

Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon Hospitals

Sector 44, Opposite HUDA City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India

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4.33 (1244 Reviews)
Based on feedback received from individuals who have booked appointments through Credihealth

OPD Timings:

Mon - Sat09:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Fortis Hospital Gurgaon is a multi-super specialty hospital. It is the flagship healthcare vertical of the world-renowned Fortis Healthcare Limited. The state-of-the-art hospital is spread across 11 acres of land and has 1000 in-patient beds. Operated by a strong administration and internationally recognized medical staff, the JCI accredited establishment works tow...
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MBBS, MD - Ophthalmology, DNB

Director - Ophthalmology

29 Years Of Experience,


MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, Fellowship - Vitreo Retina

Senior Consultant - Opthalmology

25 Years Of Experience, 3 Awards



Senior Consultant - Ophthalmology

19 Years Of Experience, 3 Awards


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Thank you to Dr. Antony Joseph Thekkinedath
Mrs.Preeti .H.Verlani green_tickVerified User


Dedicated doctor and caring attitude. she is an extraordinary human being.
Pranabesh Das green_tickVerified User


Thanks to credihealth
Jyoti Sharma green_tickVerified User


I'm absolutely satisfied with Dr. Antony Joseph Thekkinedath consultation
Prakash Pandya green_tickVerified User


Highly recommended neonatologist

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Patient Stories

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Madhuri Pandey


Madhuri Pandey is a resident of Gurgaon and is nearly 50 years of age. At this tender age, she came to have bleeding and coughing or even pain in her body. She somehow reached the general practitioner of her locality and received medications. Within a month, the symptoms appeared again and she again went to the general practitioner. Since she was having continuous body pain, she was referred to a nearby neurosurgical doctor, thinking that the symptoms could be connected with the pain of nerves. However, instead of going to the doctor this time, Madhuri came to have a second opinion from the doctor of Credihealth. Madhuri, who was fighting the symptoms badly, came in touch with Credihealth and talked with the best doctors in Gurgaon.

How did Credihealth help?

  • Credihealth helped Madhuri develop a friendly relationship with the doctor and gave her a chance to have a teleconsultation with the doctor while sitting at home.

  • Meanwhile, the medical experts of Credihealth started taking notice of her medical history. She was given help to manage her reports and develop a plan for her diet as suggested by the doctor.

  • Madhuri who was unaware of all the symptoms had a consultation with the best doctors in Fortis Gurgaon. She received the tests and came to know that she was going through an early stage of cancer.

  • Soon she started declining in terms of her health and the hair on her head started shedding. She came to have the support of the best doctors of Fortis Gurgaon.

  • On the other hand, Credihealth and its medical experts were helping her with the development of contact with the best doctors in Gurgaon.

It has been ten years now since Madhuri Pandey has been fighting the symptoms of cancer. She was given the ultimatum from the doctors that she should receive her therapies otherwise she would survive only up to 50-50 chances of 5 years. Today, she is living a healthy life and has been living with cancer and the support of her entire family. She came to have her thoughts with Credihealth and discussed that it is never too late to receive any therapy.


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Mrs. Ritu Verma


At the age of 35, Mrs. Ritu Verma became pregnant with a baby girl in her womb. She developed the symptoms of type 1 diabetes but it was not a problem for the family. She was taking continuous medicines throughout her pregnancy and was able to carry her baby with pleasure. The problem arrived when the baby was delivered. The baby was detected with a rare kind of disease called Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). It is one of the rare kinds of diseases which leads to brain disorder due to less flow of oxygen to the brain. The most astonishing thing was that the baby didn't cry for the first two hours of the delivery and sustained the still body.

How did Ritu Verma receive help?

  • Ritu Verma was not in her senses after she delivered her baby girl. It seemed that something was affecting her deep inside and was not letting her wakeup out of her bed. She had her eyes closed for many hours. She was unconscious and was lying on the bed for hours.

  • On the other hand, Ritu's husband was told to shift the baby to Fortis Hospital, Gurgaon for better assistance and care

  • The only way to check whether the baby was going through disease was to check the MRI. The baby stood still throughout the MRI process and the MRI detected problems with the brain.

  • For at least one week, the baby was incubated with a rich level of oxygen in her mouth. The parents were able to see the baby only once.

  • The parents were lucky to receive complete care from Fortis Gurgaon as the doctors of the hospital were experienced and trained to provide complete care to the baby.

The baby was lucky enough to receive cooling therapy for Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). She had her therapy and after another week in the hospital, she was able to move and gable using her body and mouth. The change in the baby’s body was phenomenal and the parents were there to tell the story. It was already the hard pregnancy that made Ritu Verma go through type 1 diabetes. Next, the problem arrived with the brain disorder of the baby. However, with continuous treatment, the baby was able to react and smile at people going around. The baby is now three months old and the parents are hoping for the best to come in the future with the best technological treatments.


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