Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Prathna Samaj, Girgaum, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400004, IndiaView Direction
State-of-the-Art Planning, Design, Architecture, and Infrastructure
This 800,000 sq. ft. hospital follows AIA design standards, ASHRAE for HVAC, NFPA for Medical Gases, the American Disability Act, AERB for Radiation and Nuclear Medicine, and the Drug Controller of India for the Blood Bank. Technology, tools, and resources on the cutting edge
The OT Complex is really "modular" because it was made to deal with infections, boost output, and adapt to changes in technology in the future. Patients are looked at and cared for by Emergency Medical Services in the same place. Imaging methods lessen radiation doses. The CT scan is the first in Asia and the fifth in the world. India's first Pneumatic Tube system moves drugs and materials, and Bio-Medical Wastes are moved on different, parallel lines.
Care of a high standard with no difference in service
Clinical care is the same for everyone in the hospital, no matter how much money they have or how poor they are. We are the first hospital in Mumbai to offer self-contained rooms with toilets, showers, and places for family members to rest.
Multi-Purpose, Scalable In-Patient and Isolation Rooms
The In-Patient rooms are made to be turned into a step-down ICU with just one room. On each floor with inpatients, Isolation Rooms will be set up for patients with special needs.
Medical records are entirely digital and can be accessed right away.
Our imaging tools, HIS (Hospital Information Systems) and PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) work together so that data and results can be sent from one hospital system to another in real-time.
Green Building Compliance at the National and International Level
We collect rainwater, use water treated by the STP for cleaning, make hot water from waste heat, and use gadgets that save energy. We are the first hospital to put giant AHUs into use. We are ready to get the Green Building Standard with a LEED Gold rating. [shrink]
A: Services like the stress test, doppler test, X-rays, ultrasounds, CT Scan, and more are available here.
A: Yes, a cafeteria that serves fully-vegetarian food to visitors is located at the premises.
A: Reliance Hospital Mumbai offers specialized services in unique areas. There are several specialty clinics including bedwetting and toilet training, thyroid, geriatrics, knee, lung cancer, childhood cancer survivor, menopause, and movement disorder clinic.
A: The hospital has 345 beds including 182 in-patient beds and 26 isolation rooms.
A: The hospital was established in 1918 to provide best healthcare facilities to the patients.
A: The OPD timing is from 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM from Monday to Saturday.
A: Deluxe Room Junior Suite The Grand Suite Presidential Suite Twin-Sharing Room Economy Plus Room Economy Room
A: The facilities available in OPD cluster are: Pathological Sample Collection Room Retail Pharmacy Requisite Diagnostic Services Kiosk for appointment scheduling and information Immunization Room Treatment Rooms for dressing, minor procedures, etc. Wheelchair facility
A: The address of the institution is Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Prathna Samaj, Girgaum, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400004, India. It is located near Charan Road & Grand Road Station.
A: Yes, the hospital has an in-house pharmacy for the sale of prescribed medicines.
Sonal has been fighting depression and seizures since the age of 12. She is taking medicines regularly and has had no side effects or any seizure attacks in her life after she detected the one for the first time. When she turned 17, she developed symptoms like immediate anger, uncontrollable instincts, an angry way of talking to people and vomiting (frequently).
The family became curious to know about the medical health of their only daughter.
Meanwhile, the father tried connecting with Credihealth and reaching the best doctor.
Sonal was admitted to the nearby Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Center after scheduling the bookings through Credihealth.
It was informed that Sonal had changes in her body because of the regular medicines suitable for a child.
Now, she was getting older, and the symptoms arose from the urge to change the medicines. However, the seizure was still there and easily detectable through brain activities.