The Department of General Medicine caters to all aspects of a patient’s General Health care. General Medicine is a base specialty and its assistance is sought by all super specialties. The consultant faculty comprises of highly trained physicians.The department of general medicine is staffed by competent doctors. Their clinical skills are supported by excellent laboratory, radiology and other investigatory facilities.
The department offers array of services from treating simple fevers to complicated clinical conditions requiring consolidated attention and referral to proper specialty if required. The hospital boasts of state-of-the-art indoor facilities for patients who require to be admitted. The medical care offered is evidence based. The doctors have a collaborative approach in the management of complicated cases.


Doctors in this General Medicines are trained to care for patients with multi-system diseases.Routine examination and diagnosis of diseases are followed by investigation and treatment. All types of fevers, infections are also managed by the department with specialized tests; use of rapid bacterial culture and sensitivity techniques, & other investigation modalities. The team is skilled to provide outpatient procedures. Collectively, the team's goal is to combine the latest evidence-based medicine with thoughtful consideration of each patient's needs to foster wellness and healing.
    • Outpatient Department Clinics and Procedures.
    • Emergency Medicine.
    • Inpatient Department.
    • Intensive Care Units.
    • Medical health check camps.
    • Other Services.

  Technology & Infrastructure

    • Computerized well-equipped NABL accredited Pathology Laboratory for reliability and high level of accuracy in medical investigations.
    • Best in Class Radiology department including 3 MRI Tesla Machine and 64 Slice CT Machine which give clarity in images and helps in better clinical correlation.
    • Well-Equipped Critical care and Neonatal care unit to take care of critical health issues.
    • Continuous Quality improvement through robust clinical processes & protocols to keep upgrading our systems and improve our service benchmarks.


High blood pressure often doesn't have any symptoms, so you usually don't feel it. For that reason, hypertension is usually diagnosed by a health care professional during a routine checkup. If you have a close relative with hypertension, or other risk factors, it is especially important to pay attention to your blood pressure reading.

If your blood pressure is extremely high, you may have unusually strong headaches, chest pain, difficulty breathing, or poor exercise tolerance. If you have any of these symptoms, seek an evaluation promptly.

Signs and Symptoms of Specific Nutrient Deficiencies The following nutrient deficiencies are related to the listed signs and symptoms:

    • Vitamin A: Increased susceptibility to cancer, acne, night blindness and other eye problems; impaired maintenance, repair, and healing of skin and mucus membranes; impaired bone and teeth formation; accelerated aging.
    • Vitamin D: (Rickets) Bone loss (osteoporosis); low blood calcium; osteomalacia (pain in ribs, spine, pelvis, legs, muscle weakness, brittle bones); retarded growth; muscle weakness, impaired tooth development; rickets in children.
    • Vitamin E: Susceptibility to cancer and heart disease; anemia; lethargy; apathy; inability to concentrate; muscle weakness; decreased sexual performanceImpaired blood clotting.
    • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): (Beriberi) Impairment of gastric acid production, blood formation, circulation, and starch metabolism; gastrointestinal, neurological, and heart muscle tone problems, learning and growth; low energy.
    • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): Impaired metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins; impaired cell growth and production of antibodies; tired eyes; cataracts; sores and cracks in corners of the mouth; decreased iron and pyridoxine levels.
    • Vitamin B3 (Niacin): (Pellagra) The three D’s: dermatitis, dementia and diarrhea; circulatory problems; heart disease.
    • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): headache, listlessness, fatigue, insomnia, intestinal disturbances, and numbness and tingling of hands and feet.
    • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): Fatigue; carpal tunnel syndrome; water retention; irritability; increased premenstrual stress; allergies; asthma; weakened immune system; heart disease.
    • Vitamin B12 (Hydroxocobalamin): Anemia; improper digestion and metabolism of foods; nerve damage; fatigue; uneven gait; infertility; memory loss; cataracts.
    • Folic Acid: Fatigue, anemia, weakness and low energy; problems with clotting and bruising; birth defects; cervical dysplasia; elevated homocysteine level (a risk factor in heart disease).
    • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid): Weakened immune system; increased susceptibility to cancer; impaired wound healing; gum disease; damage to nerves, eyes and vascular system; bruising.