A general checkup at Frontline Hospital involves a physical examination, medical history review, and various tests to assess your overall health. Depending on your age, gender, and other individual factors, you may also undergo additional screening tests, such as blood work, a chest X-ray, or a stress test. The purpose of a general checkup is to monitor your health and identify any potential health issues early, so they can be treated before they become more serious.
24 Hrs Emergency Services
24-hour emergency services refer to services that are available to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year, providing immediate assistance in emergency situations. Examples of 24-hour emergency services include ambulance services, fire departments, police departments, and hospitals with emergency rooms. These services are usually staffed by trained professionals who are equipped to handle various types of emergencies, from medical emergencies to natural disasters.
Frontline blood banks ensure that the right type of blood is available to the right patient at the right time, while also ensuring the safety of both the donor and the recipient. Blood Bank provides the following services:
- Blood collection
- Testing and processing
Modular Operation Theator
The modular operating theater at Frontline Hospital has a sealed, controlled environment of a modular operating theater that helps to reduce the risk of infection (Improved hygiene). Modular operating theaters here provide efficient and effective spaces for surgical procedures as well as flexible, cost-effective, and hygienic solutions for surgical procedures.
Frontline Pharmacy offers health and wellness products, and over-the-counter medications, and provides advice on health-related issues along with dispensing medications, advising patients on their use, and monitoring their potential side effects and interactions with other drugs.
MICU (Medical Intensive Care Unit) at Frontline Hospital is a specialized section of a hospital that provides comprehensive care for critically ill patients who require constant monitoring and life support. Patients in the MICU have complex medical needs, such as serious infections, severe injury, heart failure, or respiratory failure, and require round-the-clock attention from a team of highly trained healthcare professionals. Services offered in the ICU can include mechanical ventilation, cardiovascular support, kidney support, wound care, and more.
|Signa Creator 1.5T MRI
|CT Scan GE, Revolution
|EVO 128 slice
|High Tech Monitor
|B125M with AGM and ETCO2 and Dual IPB
|4D USG High End
|Voluson S10 Expert
|Bone Mineral Density (BMD) Machine
|DR system Digital
|X-Ray Machine XR6000
|Anesthesia Work Station
|9100c NXT with Vaporizers
|TMT (Tread Mill Test)
|ENT Surgical Microscope
|Giraffe Omni bed
|ICU Full functional and Maternity beds
|Double motorized bed
|Microbiology (Fully Automated)
|Histology and Cytology (Fully Automated)
200 bedded super multispecialty hospital
Renowned senior consultants and team
24×7 Emergency and Trauma Care (With Air and Road Ambulance)
Modular operation theatres with the totally aseptic environment
Two CSSD Rooms for absolute sterility
34 bedded ICU with a dedicated team and senior intensivist
“A” grade laboratory, diagnostic service, and blood bank
Best Radio imaging technology
Architectural design is suitable for all patients
Comprehensive Pediatric and Neonatal Care
General Information For Visitors
Keep your mask on all the time.
Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands before coming in contact with patients
Children below 10 years of age are not allowed to enter the hospital wards.
Most hospitals have specific visiting hours, usually from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Please check with the hospital for specific hours.
Number of visitors: Some hospitals limit the number of visitors per patient, so it's best to check with the hospital beforehand.
Visitors should wear comfortable and clean clothing, and avoid wearing any clothes that could pose a hazard to others. Some hospitals also require visitors to wear a mask at all times.
Visitors may be required to undergo a health screening before entering the hospital, including a temperature check and questions about any symptoms.
Quiet environment: Hospitals are typically quiet environments, so visitors are asked to speak softly and keep their voices down in order to avoid disturbing other patients.
No food or drinks: Some hospitals may have restrictions on bringing food or drinks into patient rooms. Please check with the hospital for specific rules.
The use of mobile phones is typically restricted in certain areas of the hospital, such as ICU or patient rooms, to minimize disruption to other patients.
Smoking is typically not allowed in or near hospital buildings.
Information about parking options, including any fees, is usually available at the hospital's main entrance.