Yes we are open 24/7 on all days. All the consultants are full-time employees of the hospital; hence, outpatient services are available on all days. The OPD timings are as follows:Monday - Saturday
Morning: 10:00AM – 2:00PM
Evening: 6:00PM – 9:00PM
Morning: 10:00AM – 2:00PM
Evening: Emergency Only
We have Duty Doctors offering 24 hours coverage in areas such as Casualty, Wards, Intensive Care Units and Post Op recovery areas. Any complaints in the odd hours are first attended to by these Duty Doctors and, depending upon the case, the respective consultants are called in to attend to the patients within a short time.
Sudha Hospitals are multispecialty hospitals and offer the complete range of medical and surgical specialties under one roof, with highly experienced doctors, state-of-the-art infrastructure and diagnostic services.
Yes We do have Dr NTR VaidyaSeva, EHS and State Govt Empanellments for the following Specialilties
Dr Prasad Rao General Surgeon: Rs. 100/-
Dr Ravi Shanker Gastro Surgeon: Rs. 200/-
Dr Raghunandan Orthopedics: Rs. 200/-
Dr Prashanthi Gynic & Obs: Rs. 100/-
Dr Hari Prasad Urology: Rs. 200/-
Dr Devraj Cardiology: Rs. 200/-
General Ward: 150/-
Single Room: 500/-
Twin Sharing: 400/-
A/c Single Room: 1500/-
ICU Bed Charges Only: 5000/-
You are required to contact the admission counter, where our executives will give you details about the various packages, bed categories and other charges. After finalization of the package and bed category, you will be given an IP (inpatient) number. On completion of all the admission formalities, you will be guided to the respective ward/room.
Charges applicable for day care (less than 8 hours) are calculated on the basis of half-day bed charges.
Yes, patients are required to pay a deposit as per the category of the bed at the time of admission. In case of a surgery or a procedure, the total estimated amount has to be deposited with the hospital before the surgery.
Patients can make their payments only by cash,.
Attendants need to vacate the room if the patient is shifted to an ICU.
Yes, if your TPA is on the panel of our hospital. The list of TPAs is as follows
Yes, we have an ambulance service round-the-clock.
To minimize crowding and noise in the patient care area, only one attendant pass is issued per patient. The pass has to be surrendered at the admission counter at the time of the discharge.
Your consultant will make an entry for discharge on your case sheet. After this, the resident doctors prepare the discharge card. Then the file is sent to the IP reception for clearance, after which the final bill is prepared, taking into account all the deposits. When the final bill is ready, payment has to be made at the admission counter. This procedure may take 2-3 hours.
Yes the patients and their attendants have to get their food from outside as we do not have Kitchen facility in the hospital
The following documents are required for a refund:
Transfer to a higher category is based on the availability of beds. The rates of the higher category transferred to will be applicable from the date of the transfer. For surgical procedures, investigations and other diagnostics you will be charged as per the higher category rate only, from the date of admission.
In the case of packages, for transfer to a higher category the total difference in the package charge has to be paid before the transfer.
Billing is done on a 24-hour basis.
All the medicines and consumables are provided by the hospital pharmacy only.
Your summary report or discharge card will be given to you by the nursing staff at the time of the discharge. In case there is a delay in the preparation of a discharge card, it will be mailed or posted to you within a week of the discharge.
Yes, telephone connections are provided in all the wards and rooms to facilitate communication