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

The Department of General Paediatrics provides comprehensive outpatient and inpatient care for sick infants and children upto the age of 18 years. The division attempts to provide a “medical home” concept in the care of children. This model provides primary preventive paediatric care which addresses areas of well baby check-ups, immunizations, developmental assessments, nutritional assessments, healthy life style and proper physical activities. Bone marrow transplantation is one of the latest addition in the service.

Services Offered

Paediatricians are assigned to work in the following areas on a rotational basis and are available 24/7, 365 days.

Paediatric Outpatient Clinic (OPD) which functions 7 days a week.
Diagnostic Clinic
General Paediatric inpatient unit which includes an 8- bed Paediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Immunization Clinic
Certified baby friendly hospital

A multidisciplinary team of general paediatricians, sub speciality consultants, paediatric nurses, nutritionists and social workers complement the comprehensive approach to general paediatric care and sub speciality services to children with special needs. Various procedures are done in the hospital for sick children. Some of them are bone marrow biopsy, lumbar puncture, and ascetic tapping.

Outpatient Services

Outpatient clinic functions on all days including Sundays. Immunization is given on all days in the immunization clinic. The OP clinic is conducted by two units headed by senior paediatric medical faculty of the state.

Inpatient Facilities

We have a 60-bedded general ward as well as private rooms for children who require inpatient care. We have a 4-bedded paediatric ICU with advanced monitoring and ventilator facilities managed by senior faculty members with a team of residents. All paediatric procedures (diagnostic and therapeutic) are done in our department. The department also conducts free medical camps, and peripheral clinics on a regular basis. School health camps are conducted once a month to screen for common medical problems of school going children.

  • Dr. Balakrishnan MD (Paedia).
  • Dr. Santhosh Kumar.K MD (Paedia)., DM (Neonat).
  • Dr. Thamby S.E.P. MBBS, M.C.C.P, Dip in (Paedia).