The Department of Gynaecology is a multi-specialty department that provides quality treatment and patient care in the core areas associated with female and child healthcare such as infertility, urogynaecology, antenatal care, oncology, and postnatal welfare. The key objective of the department is to become the supreme center of excellence to meet all the major reproductive health requirements of females. From infertility treatment to family planning and welfare, cancer and prenatal diagnosis, from menopause management to endoscopic surgery, the department provides comprehensive care to the patients.
The obstetricians are highly experienced in managing all major complications related to the mother and the baby. The various complications that can arise include ectopic pregnancy in which the embryo develops in the fallopian tube. This can be dangerous for both the mother and the baby. Furthermore, the department also encompasses specific surgical procedures for overcoming major gynaecological diseases. These include tubal ligation (for birth control), Hysterectomy (uterus removal), Salpingectomy (fallopian tubes removal), Oophorectomy (ovary removal), and other such procedures.