General Medicine

New Hope Medical Centre offers excellent General Medicine services, on par with renowned Medical Institutions.

The Department of General Medicine is one of the main department in Newhope Medical Centre. The physicians are committed to applying the latest medical knowledge and technology to meet the needs of the patients. Consists of outpatient and inpatient services. Outpatient services are available on all days, including holidays from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The department also conducts community camps where screening for various medical problems like Diabetes, Hypertension, Bronchial Asthma etc., takes place. The team consists of Senior Consultants, Consultants, Associate Consultants and many junior doctors.

The General Medicine Service develops specific treatment plans for individuals and families, often making use of Newhope Medical Centre's vast array of innovative medical technologies.

Services Offered

Out patient services

The out patient department is functional on all days of the week. Separate male and female general wards, Single, Docuble and 4 bedded private rooms, single special wards( A/C or non A/C) and suite rooms are available. Isolation wards for patients with infective illnesses are also available.

The hospital is equipped with state of the art biochemistry, pathology and microbiology laboratories. All laboratories are manned by highly qualified personnel.

Inpatient services

Provide well medical care, Restore mobility, self-care, bowel and bladder function, swallowing, communication and psychosocial abilities

Educate patients and family members, Promote preventive aspects of health care, Plan for post-hospital care and return to the home community

Intensive care services

Our Intensive care units (ICUs) are special wards that provide treatment and monitoring for people who are very ill

Monitoring equipment – used to measure important bodily functions, such as heart rate, blood pressure and the level of oxygen in the blood

IV lines and pumps – tubes inserted into a vein (intravenously) to provide fluids, nutrition and medication

Feeding tubes – tubes placed in the nose, through a small cut made in the tummy, or into a vein if a person is unable to eat normally

drains and catheters – drains are tubes used to remove any build-up of blood or fluid from the body; catheters are thin tubes inserted into the bladder to drain urine

  • Dr. Kamala Kannan.R MBBS., C. DIA.
  • Dr. Kamala Kannan.M MBBS.
  • Dr. Rajesh.P MBBS., FCCP.
  • Dr. Sekar.K.R MBBS., MRSH (London).
  • Dr. Sridharan MBBS., FCCP.