Neonatal ICU

For us, nothing is as important as the safety of your baby. In cases when a baby may be born preterm, or is faced with illness, Surya Hospitals state-of-the-art level III Neonatal ICU provides the highest level of care. This facility can support the most critical cases and ensures your precious one is always in the safest hands. With 24x7 coverage by a Neonatologist and a nurse trained in neonatal care completely dedicated only to the care of your little one, we make sure every baby leaves Surya in the healthiest condition. Our level III Neonatal ICU is designed to provide highly focused care and can support babies.

Our state-of-the-art Level III NICU facility comes fully equipped with monitoring facilities and advanced incubators with features that ensure that your baby is well taken care of. Experienced technicians and blood gas analysers assist in ventilator management of babies who need assistance to breathe. Baby warmers and phototherapy units are state of the art and come with inbuilt safety features.

Our ambulances are equipped with T Piece/Ambu Bag with Mask [Neopuff: Ventilation mode-CPAP, Characteristics- with Adjustable PEEP] to facilitate transfer of babies born in a different location. An EMT team is always on standby to facilitate transfers. An isolation NICU is created to eliminate the risk of infection.

Dr. Nandkishor S. Kabra

MBBS, MD (PAED), DNB (PED), DM (NEONATOLOGY), M. Sc (CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY), MNAMS, FAAP Area of Expertise: Neonatal Intensive care

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Dr. Hari Balasubramanian

MBBS, MD (PAED), DM (NEONATOLOGY), MS IN MEDICAL STATISTICS Area of Expertise: Neonatal Care, Neonatal Transport, Clinical Research & Methodology, TPN, ELBW Care

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Dr. Javed Ahmed

MD (PAED), PGDDN Area of Expertise: Neonatology, Developmental Neurology, Preterm Nutrition, Highrisk OPD

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Dr. Anish Pillai

MD (Ped) DNB (Neonatology) Fellowship in Neonatal - Perinatal Medicine Fellowship in Neonatal Nutrition (University of British Columbia, Canada) Area of Expertise: Neonatal Nutrition, Care of Extremely low birth weight infants Neonatal ventilation Quality improvement

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