Here is a list of the questions most commonly asked by our patients:
Patients may choose to make appointments for themselves as well as by referral. Generally for pregnancy scans, we advise you to bring prescription from your physician / consultant.
This is only a diagnostic center. Based on reports, you may consult your physician and go for further management
You can find physicians who will treat you by looking up your symptoms or by specialty.
You can make an appointment by calling 044- 42 123 124 or 8939818527 between 6.00AM and 10.00PM on all working days and 6.00AM to 3.00PM on Sundays.
Please check with your insurance company prior to your visit.
Regarding Ultrasound Scans, we do all pregnancy scans like Early OB/ 1st Trimester/ Confirmation scan, NT Scan, Anomaly Scans/ 4D Scans, 3rd Trimester/ Growth Scan/ Obs Doppler etc, follicular studies, Foetal Echo, Echo cardiogram, Colour doppler, all special studies, small parts, Mamogram etc
Services are offered in the areas of Biochemistry, Clinical Pathology, Cytopathology, Haematology, Histopathology, Immunology, Microbiology and Serology.
Specific blood tests do require fasting prior to having your blood sampling. Please contact our diagnostic centre to understand the requirements of specific testing by calling 044-42 123 124 or 8939818527 for more information
If samples is given before 3PM, you will get the results in the same day by 6.00PM for majority of the test. However, few test, whose TAT (Turn Around Time) is more, it will be give the next day. Details of the readiness of lab report will be provided on the bill itself with complete details, study-wise. In case of any clarification, you may call 044-42 123 124 or 8939818527 for more information
You may collect hard copy from our centre itself. Instead there are 3 ways of downloading it online by just a click at your convenience. To know more on online report downloading, view this short video https://bit.ly/3B9gH3c
Yes! We offer Home Sample Collection services. Please speak to a Customer Care Executive at 044-4212 3124 or 8939818527 for the appointment. The Phlebotomist will visit your home at the time specified by you to collect the sample. Reports can be collected at the centre or downloaded online
Though taking an appointment is not mandatory, appointment scheduling can be done by calling the centre. It will also reduce the waiting time for yourself.
Our center will be open from morning 6.00AM to 10.00PM on all working days. On Sundays, it will be from 6.00AM to 3.00PM. We are open on all National and festival holidays, except Deepavali and Pongal (only these 2 days closed in a year)
Too much exposure to X-Rays can cause genetic mutations. Therefore, doctors advise sparing use of X-Ray examinations today. Go for X-Rays as less frequently as possible
Generally yes. X-Ray is not harmful to a pregnant woman. It is advised that the patient should let the doctor know that she is pregnant during an X-Ray examination.
No, USG is not harmful. It is a safe diagnostic procedure.
Urine samples are collected in sterilized and pre-barcoded vials either from home or at the diagnostic center. The patient is asked to fill the vial themselves by visiting the nearest washroom.
You can make your payment by cash or credit/debit card, GPay, Fone Pe and all other UPI modes, over the front office counter or to the collection expert who visits your home. We don’t collect service charges for any credit or debit cards.
You may send your resumes to email@example.com or visit our center and drop in your Bio-data there.
A maximum waiting time of 10 minutes for Lab sample collection. For ultrasound, it will be less than 1 hour in majority of the cases. Anyway it depends on the bladder preparation and baby position for Whole abdomen and Antenatal scans.
Ultrasound is the term used for high-frequency soundwaves. Ultrasound examinations use these sound waves to produce a picture or image onto a screen showing the inside of your body.
Yes ultrasound is safe. Ultrasound scans have been used for over 50 years. They use sound waves and not ionizing radiation like that used in x-rays and CT scans. Long term studies have shown that there is no adverse effect on the baby from an ultrasound scan performed before birth. Follow-up has shown normal growth and development, normal eyesight and hearing and a normal range of school performance.
Have adequate water/ tender coconut or Juices to ensure you have full bladder.
4D scan is nothing but a detailed anomaly scan done for pregnant patients between 20 weeks to 32 weeks of pregnancy. It is done to ensure there are no congenital anomaly for the baby and baby is safe.
We do have digital X Ray.
Yes, we have ECG facilities with us in our centre. We will also do home service for ECG screening.