On the ground floor, a spacious air-conditioned waiting area with reception desk with TV & Magazines at entry.

Consulting Room is supported by good sitting arrangement for patient along with patient’s relatives.

To make consulting easy and explanation better,added videographic presentations,photographic tools and visual gadgets.It is very convenient for the patient to understand the medical problem

Consulting is always associated with radiology & sonography guidence such that the diagnosis becomes perfect and patient can be tracked towards further live of management.

Hospital has its own sonography unit to make a first step diagnosis on hand.When detailed reporting is required,hospital participates to discuss the clinical situation with radiological experts too.

Color Doppler ultrasound is a medical imaging technique which is used to provide visualization of the bloodflow, using color processing to add color to the image so that a doctor or care provider can clearly see what is happening inside the body. This technique requires the use of an ultrasound machine which is capable of color Doppler imaging, and can be performed in a hospital or clinic as an outpatient procedure. Having this imaging study performed is not usually painful, and the patient does not require sedatives.

Doppler ultrasound takes advantage of the Doppler effect to create a moving image of the inside of the body. In this technique, an ultrasound transducer is used to beam sound into the area of interest, and it reads the returning sound. When the sound bounces off a moving target like a blood vessel, the pitch changes as a result of the Doppler effect. The transducer can detect very subtle pitch changes and record them visually, creating an image which shows where blood is flowing, and in which direction.

A Doppler is a form of ultrasound scan that helps to assess your baby's health. It measures the blood flow in different parts of your baby's body, such as his umbilical cord, brain and heart. This helps to show whether he's getting all the oxygen and nutrients he needs via the placenta

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) involves a laboratory procedure to separate fast moving sperm from more sluggish or non-moving sperm.

The fast moving sperm are then placed into the woman’s womb close to the time of ovulation when the egg is released from the ovary in the middle of the monthly cycle.

Your clinic may recommend IUI if:
- There is unexplained infertility
- There are ovulation problems
- The male partner experiences impotence or premature ejaculation
- You do not have any known fertility problems but may not have a male partner and are trying for a baby using donated sperm.