Neonatology & Paediatrics


Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Level III)

The Neonatal Unit comprises a state-of-‘the-art 8 bedded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which meets international standards.
There are full time consultants at Regency Hospital Neonatal Intensive care unit. It is supported by a team of qualified doctors who are available round-the-clock and specially trained nurses to deal with any unexpected emergencies in premature newborns.

The special features include:

Continuous monitoring with sophisticated multi parameter monitors
Neonatal incubators (open care systems)
Sophisticated neonatal ventilators
CP AP: Dedicated Nasal CP AP drivers (Instant Flow drivers)
Blood gas analyzer to assist in ventilator management
Digital syringe and Infusion pumps
Fiberoptic bronchoscopy
Piped medical gases and suction
Breast feeding room

All Peadiatric Super Specialty consultations:

Peadiatric Cardiology
Peadiatric Neurology
Peadiatric Endocrinology
Peadiatric Nephrology
Peadiatric Urology
Peadiatric Pulmonology
Peadiatric Gastroenterology
Pediatric surgeon available round the clock for emergency surgery in Neonates
Facilities for PDA ligation available in Neonates
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Step Down) with four dedicated beds in step down nursery.


Peadiatric Intensive Care Unit( level III)
The PICU comprises of 4 intensive care beds and is supported by a team of qualified doctors who are available round the clock.

The special features include:

Continuous monitoring with sophisticated multipara monitors
Facility for invasive monitoring
Sophisticated ventilators
Bi PAP (Non Invasive Ventilation)
Blood gas analyzer
Digital syringe pump
Piped gas and suction
Fiberoptic bronchoscopy
Rigid bronchoscopy
Removal of foreign body from the respiratory tract
All super specialists available in house for cross reference.
A well-equipped radiology department with all the latest machines and well trained radiologists. We boast to have a multi slice CT scan machine which is first in UP.
A fully equipped microbiology department which forms the back bone of the Intensive care unit
A fully running blood bank with facilities of component banking.
Facilities for in house dialysis is available round the clock.
All kinds of very sick children can be cared for in our PICU