Emergency & Critical Care Hospital


Emergency and Intensive Care

Experience the finest of Trauma care and advanced treatments with 24 x 7 availability of highly
specialized physicians.

Building Your Health For Life

With top-ranked experts with the finest experience working towards your cardiac health and advanced treatments in a multi-specialty hospital with all facilities available under one roof, round-the-clock.

Accidents and Polytrauma

Polytrauma is a number of severe, life threatening injuries that might lead to death. Latest monitoring and imaging equipment available 24 x 7. State of the art Blood Bank operational 24×7.All the Specialists from various specialties available round the clock. Round the clock ready operating rooms.

Brain Strokes

A stroke occurs when part of the brain loses its blood supply and stops working. This causes the part of the body that the injured brain controls to stop working. 24/7 Ambulance Service provides state of the art ambulances equipped with advanced life support equipment and manned by trained personnel.


It refers to drinking, eating, inhaling, injecting, or touching hazardous substances which can cause illness or death. A dedicated and easy to remember emergency access number: 0512 – 308111. Highly trained and experienced emergency Physicians available 24-hours a day.

Heart Attacks and Cardiac Arrest

A heart attack is when blood flow to the heart is blocked, and sudden cardiac arrest is when the heart malfunctions and suddenly stops beating unexpectedly. Supported by highly skilled and active ICU, CCU, PICU, NICU doctors and nurses.

Our Top Ranked Team Of Experts

Our Emergency and Trauma department has some of the best surgeons in the region, with vast experience and up-to-date working patterns.

Dr. Aditya Nath Shukla 1

Consultant | Anesthesiology

Dr. Aditya Nath Shukla

A life member of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologist, Dr. Shukla works as a Consultant Anaesthesiologist with Regency Hospital.

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Numbers of Excellence

With a dynamic approach, we have been constantly working on upping our ante and achieving new milestones with each passing day.


Staff members & >100 full-time superspecialists.


Speciality centers


Years of experience

Patient testimonials

Here’s what our patients have to say about our services..

My partner and I visited the Regency City Clinic in Kanpur following several failed fertility treatments at an earlier fertility clinic for high oestrogen levels. The staff members were very professional and empathetic. The preliminary visit resulted in a gynaecological test, that led to the early diagnosis of a mild ovarian dermoid cyst. Following the removal of the cyst, we were successful in our first IVF trial. I have been blessed with a baby boy 2 months ago. Thank you, Regency!

Pooja Sharma


I was very apprehensive about being diagnosed with painful stones in my kidney. I was afraid of undergoing surgery. After, meeting with renal specialists at Regency, I found out that every stone does not require an operation. With modern techniques of ESWL (Lithotripsy) PCNL & URS, which are non-invasive, I finally got rid of the stones for all times.

Rahul Trivedi

I came to Regency Hospital, Kanpur for the treatment of my liver condition. We learned about Regency through friends in my workplace. The team at Regency provided me with top-notch service and personalized attention, much more than I expected. The staff is very helpful and cooperative. I already have and will surely recommend this remarkable health institution to my family and friends in the future.

Udit Kumar


I had terrible pelvic pain from the last 6-7 months, and that’s when I was diagnosed with ovarian cysts. Thinking and reading about the cysts made me horrified, but I wanted to cure myself as soon as possible. My aunt, being a doctor herself, recommended Regency Hospital for the treatment of my cysts, and I went ahead with her opinion. From one month, I have been regular with my periods, I have no pelvic pain and I have gotten rid of the cysts. Thanks, Regency!


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Frequently asked questions

Unlike Standard Care, Emergency Care Services are offered to individuals in life-threatening situations which requires urgent care for which we have already answered the questions you might ask


  • What is ICU?
  • What types of Medical Conditions are treated in the ICU?
  • What is a Ventilator?
  • How many types of ICU are there?
  • Is Critical Care unit the same as ICU?
What is ICU?

ICU stands for the Intensive Care Unit. This is a special department in any hospital or a healthcare facility or clinic that specializes in providing emergency treatment and intensive care to the patients.

Intensive care is needed if someone is seriously ill and requires emergency treatment and close monitoring, or if they’re having surgery and intensive care can help them recover.

What types of Medical Conditions are treated in the ICU?

There are many different conditions and situations that can mean someone needs intensive care. These include:

  • Critically ill patients in a medically unstable state require an intensive level of care (monitoring and treatment).
  • Patients requiring intensive monitoring may also require emergency interventions.
  • Patients who are medically unstable or critically ill and who do not have much chance for recovery due to the severity of their illness or traumatic injury.
What is a Ventilator?

A ventilator helps a person breathe when they find it difficult or are unable to breathe on their own. A tube is placed into a patient’s mouth, through the vocal cords, and into their chest near the right and left lung. Air is pumped down the tube, which helps move oxygen and nitrogen in and out of the lungs. This is standard equipment that is used in Emergency ICUs to help support the patients until they recover.

How many types of ICU are there?

ICUs or Intensive Care Units can be of different types based on different departments or conditions treated. Some of the types of ICUs are:

  • Medical Intensive Care Unit
  • Surgical Intensive Unit
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Is Critical Care unit the same as ICU?

ICU is the general term for any critical care unit where patients with a critical health condition or usually after an operation or surgery are kept for high-level care and monitoring while CCU on the other hand, is a more specific critical care unit that is particularly for the patients suffering from a cardiac disorder.

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