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About Reliance Hospital

From its physical design to its daily functioning, Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre is "Patient and Family Centric". All the rooms in this 345-bed, multi-Speciality tertiary care hospital have direct sunlight – a very important aspect of patient care, and in keeping with our directive: Respect for Life.

The Tower

The Tower is a newly-constructed 19-floor building, housing Emergency Medical Services, the Out-Patient Department, In-Patient Services, Diagnostics, Operation Theatre Complex, Executive Health Check, and separate floors for Day Care, and Woman & Child Health. We have an entire floor for free and subsidised in-patient beds. Located across two floors, the Intensive Critical Care Unit (ICU) has beds configured to the single-room concept. There are Isolation Rooms on each floor.

The Heritage Building

Restored to its old world charm, The Heritage Building has OPD facilities for ENT, Neuro Sciences, Medical Services, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, Dental, and Paediatrics, along with excellent Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy facilities. Admission and Billing Services, and a fully-vegetarian Visitors’ Cafeteria are also located here.

Kapol Niwas

This building has advanced Laboratory Services and a Blood Bank, Convention Centre, administrative offices, doctors’ dining room, library, and other employee facilities.

 

HOSPITAL HIGHLIGHTS

 

1 State-of-the-Art Planning, Design, Architecture and Infrastructure

This 800,000 sq.ft hospital conforms to AIA design standards, ASHARE for HVAC, NFPA for Medical Gases, the American Disability Act, AERB for Radiation & Nuclear Medicine, and the Drug Controller of India for the Blood Bank.

2 Cutting-Edge Technology, Equipment, and Resources

The OT Complex is truly ‘modular’, built to manage infection, increase productivity, and adapt to future technology changes. Emergency Medical Services examines and treats patients all in one place. Imaging modalities reduce radiation doses. The CT scan is Asia’s first, and the world’s fifth. India’s first Pneumatic Tube system transports medicines and materials, while separate, parallel lines carry Bio-Medical Wastes.

3 High-Quality Care with No Differentiation in Service

Clinical care across the hospital is standardised, and transcends socio-economic status. We are Mumbai’s first hospital to offer self-contained rooms (toilets, showers, rest areas for relatives) to indigent and subsidised patients.

4 Scalable, Multi-Use In-Patient and Isolation Rooms

The In-Patient rooms are designed with the capability to convert to a single-room step-down ICU. Dedicated Isolation Rooms have been planned across in-patient floors to accommodate patients with special requirements.

5 Fully-Digitised, Instant Access to Patient Medical Records

The seamless integration of all our radiology equipment, HIS (Hospital Information Systems) and the PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) ensures real-time transfer of data and reports across hospital systems.

6 National and International Green Building Conformance

We harvest rainwater, re-use water for flushing after STP treatment, generate hot water from waste heat and use energy-saving devices. We are the first hospital to introduce mega AHUs. Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital is the largest LEED Gold rated Green Hospital in Mumbai.

Our Speciality

ENT

ENT, that stands for ear, nose, and throat are the key issues of an ENT specialist, additionally called otolaryngologist.

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Organ Transplant

Organ transplantation is a subject of medical sciences that help provide a new life to the patients who lose an organ to a sickness or an accident.

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Urology

Urology is one of the branches of medical sciences concentrates on the diseases of the female and male urinary tracts along with male reproductive organs is known as urology.

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Orthopaedic

Orthopaedics is a branch of medicine regarding the disorders and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

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Bariatric ( Fat Correction)

Bariatric surgery, it referred to as weight loss surgery, it is the procedure for weight loss for those people who are severely obese.

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Ophthalmology (Eye Surgery )

Ophthalmology is a branch of medication handling the anatomy, physiology, and diseases of the eye.

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Oncology

Oncology is a special branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of cancer. The term oncology originates from the Greek word onkos meaning bulk or tumor.

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Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is a medical discipline focused on enhancing the beauty of the person and appearance through surgical and medical techniques.

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Neurology & Neurosurgery

Neurology involves providing care to patients with diseases of the brain, neural structure, peripheral nerves, or muscles.

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MAS-Laparoscopic

Laparoscopic or smallest access surgery is a skillful technique for doing abdominal surgeries. The normal surgery needs an open cut or incision that leaves a scar.

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Internationale Radiology

Interventional radiology uses nominally invasive, image-guided procedures to treat and diagnose diseases in any system of the body.

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Dentistry

Dentistry is that the science which involved with the prevention, the diagnosis and also the treatment diseases and disorders of the oral cavity, teeth, gums and its associated structures of the mouth.

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Infertility

Infertility treatment refers to the medication to help those people who are having problems bearing a child. So, artificial medical assistance is taken to aid them in the process.

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Gynecology

Gynecological disorders are the issues related to the reproductive organs in females. These organs consist the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tube, cervix, vagina, and etc.

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General Surgery

General surgery is a specialty that uses operative procedures to treat injury, disease, and deformity. The areas of the body which will be treated with general surgical procedures.

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Gastroenterology

Gastrointestinal (GI) diseases embrace those of the oesophagus, stomach, small and large internal organ, rectum and therefore the different organs related to digestion like the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.

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Cardiology

Cardiology deals with diseases of the heart as per WHO, around 17.3 million deaths occur per annum because of conditions associated with the heart.

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