Doctor House

Pediatrics & Neonatology

Doctor House - A Multispeciality Hospital has a well equipped Pediatrics department. Ours pediatrics department is a tertiary care centre with 15 Pediatric beds, apart from and 20 NICU beds. Our Paediatrics department is designed based on child friendly environment and a family centered team supporting child health care.
The spectrum of healthy and sick children reaching this department for clinical care provides the students with unparalleled opportunities to learn and serve. Problem solving and research are central to the academic programs in the department. The department is committed to improve child health care through excellence in patient care, teaching and research. Poster/oral presentations of the research work done by our residents and faculties are routinely presented in many regional/national conferences.

When should you visit a paediatrician & neonatologist:


Newborn Care: Schedule your first visit within the first week after birth for a general check-up and to address any concerns.
Well-Baby Checkups: Regular checkups are recommended at 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, and 12 months, and then annually.
Vaccinations: Follow the recommended vaccination schedule. Your pediatrician will guide you on the necessary immunizations.
Growth and Development: If you notice delays or concerns in your child's growth or development, consult the pediatrician.
Sick Visits: Whenever your child is ill or experiences health issues, contact the pediatrician for guidance.


At Birth: Neonatologists are usually involved when a newborn requires specialized care due to premature birth, low birth weight, or medical complications.
NICU Stay: If your baby spends time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), you'll interact with neonatologists during this period.
Follow-up Care: In some cases, neonatologists may provide follow-up care to monitor and address issues related to a premature or medically fragile infant.
Remember to maintain open communication with your pediatrician and, if necessary, seek referrals to a neonatologist when dealing with specific neonatal health concerns. Your pediatrician will guide you on when to transition care to them from the neonatologist as your child grows.