ICU, NICU, OT, Labor ward ICU

ICU

ICUWe have well equipped 8 bedded Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with all facilities to monitor sick patients managed by an Intensivist assisted by trained medical and nursing staff. We can take care of patients who have undergone extensive surgery needing ventilator support.

 

NICU

NICUNeonatal intensive care unit at Rangadore Memorial Hospital became functional from August, 2012 with the support of Rotary Club. It is a 22 bedded unit with facility to ventilate 5 babies at a time. Managed by a team of senior consultant with 20 years of experience and a qualified Neonatologist. NICU is equipped with state of the art of intensive care equipment such as warmers, incubators, ventilators, including a high frequency oscillator, Bubble CPAP, multi-channel monitors, infusion & syringe pumps and CFL high intensity Phototherapy devises. The unit has nurses who are well trained in Neonatal resuscitation, identification of sick neonate and who can handle very premature babies, sick babies on ventilator, and babies with central lines. The charges in NICU are kept low to help the less affordable group.

RMH offers Fellowship in National Neonatal Forum & also R.G.U.H.S affiliated Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine.

OT

We have 4 major state-of-art operation theatres with all modern facilities. OT complex also has 6 post operative beds. OT is looked after by the qualified and trained nursing staffs and anaesthetists round the clock. More than 280 surgeries are conducted every month.

Labour ward

There are fully equipped 2 labour theatres/rooms with supportive staff. The OB &G department has a team of well qualified dedicated consultants and staff nurses who can handle any high risk pregnancy. The department has a tie up with B.B.M.P to reduce the maternal and infant mortality rate by treating those patients needing advanced care at low cost. The total number of deliveries is in the range of 100-120/month.

Encouraging normal vaginal birth and evidence based practice in the care of pregnant women is given importance.