Krishna Hospital

Krishna Hospital
Geography
Location Maharanipeta, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
Organisation
Care system
Hospital type Private
Services
History
Founded 1989
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Krishna Hospital was founded in 1989 in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India by the gynecologist Dr. G. Ramakrishnam Raju, with the objective to provide medical care in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. It provides medical care to women in obstetrics and gynecology, from pre-conception to antenatal and postnatal periods.

Krishna Hospital is recognized for its Diplomate in National Board of Examinations in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2003. Every year two candidates are taken for structured postgraduate training leading to the final examination (DNB OB/GYN). Clinical and theory classes are organized every Saturday throughout the year. The candidates work full time in the department involving in all the activities to ensure training in obstetrics and gynecology.

Achievements

Labour and delivery

The labour and delivery area handles an average of 30-40 deliveries per month out of which 30% of them fall into risk category. For all the booked cases ultrasound scanning is done for dating anomaly screening and placental localization. Biophysical profile, NST, monitoring during labour is also done to improve the outcome. Facilities for emergency intervention of labour at any given time are available. A neonatal care unit is available.

Outpatient department

The outpatient dept is available for treating routine cases of gynecology and obstetrics.

Operation theater complex

The hospital has three operating theaters. All gynecological and obstetrical procedures are carried out in these theaters.

Academic activity

A library with basic textbooks and reference books is available. International and national journals in obstetrics gynecology (lippincot) and medical are available.

Training

The junior doctors working in the hospital are trained in the diagnosis, ante partum and intra partum management of high-risk obstetric patients, conduction of normal delivery, complicated delivery and neonatal resuscitation. They are trained to do major operative procedures such as D and C, MTP and sterilization procedures. Once experienced, they are trained to do caesarean sections and other major surgical procedures.

The team

  • Chairman: Dr. G. Ramakrishnam Raju
  • Director IVF Clinic: Dr.G.A.Rama Raju
  • Consultant Gynecologist and Director Embryology Department, Krishna I V F Clinic: Dr. V. Sita Rama Raju

Krishna IVF clinic

Krishna IVF Clinic was established in 1996 headed by Dr. G. A. Rama Raju for the purpose of developing scientific methods of medical care in the field of infertility and giving treatment to couples with infertility problems.

Facilities available

References

External links

  • Krishna IVF
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