With the latest facilities for gynaecological and obstetric care, our patients are sure to receive the best treatment they possibly can. Here, we offer the consultancy services of highly trained healthcare professionals.
The highly specialised nursing is excellent, providing critical support to the specialist doctors who treat our patients with continuous monitoring. A Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) in addition to a highly specialised Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is available to handle any critical situation that may be faced by new born infants. Our specialised nursing staff are intensely trained in order to maintain these dedicated sections of the hospital and to ensure that mothers and infants are given the best possible care and attention.
Comprehensive paediatric care is integrated into these services and associated with vaccination and screening programmes. Follow up care at our vaccination clinic refers newborns and mothers to their respective paediatricians and gynaecologists. At Durdans, we maintain the average stay in hospital on par with global standards, with patients leaving hospital two days after a normal delivery and two and a half days after a caesarean section.
Our medical and nursing excellence has earned us a high reputation for the caring of women and infants in the country.
Dedicated consultation chambers where the status of mother and baby can be determined immediately and minimise cross-infections
Dedicated operating theatre adjacent to labour rooms - a requirement in WHO (World Health Organisation) good practice guide lines, which saves lives
Emergency cases are immediately and easily admitted for better attention by consultants
Highly trained medical and nursing professionals in attendance
Labour rooms and one private labour room where fathers can be present at the delivery
Pleasant and spacious lobbies
Procedure rooms located at the consultation chambers with ultra-sonography for patients’ convenience