Post-COVID Program & OPD services open for all at Lucknow's Sanjivini Hospital & Research Centre

Don't miss out on Sanjivini Hospital's Post-COVID Program & super-speciality OPD consultation services.

Housing a comprehensive spectrum of round the clock facilities for over 25 years, Sanjivini Hospital and Research Centre is one of the widely recognized non-COVID hospitals in Lucknow, especially in Gomti Nagar. This state-of-the-art multispecialty hospital has resumed its OPD services across all departments and launched its in-house Post-COVID Program, under the expert supervision of Dr. S.N. Gupta.

First Chest Physician from Lucknow to hold a European Diploma in Respiratory Medicine

Dr. S.N. Gupta (MD in Pulmonary Medicine) is Sanjivini' Hospital's Chief Pulmonologist, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine Specialist. He is the first chest physician from Lucknow, who holds a European Diploma in Respiratory Medicine (UK) and has even passed the Provider Course Examination in Critical Care (USA).

A trained interventional pulmonologist with several feathers donning his cap, Dr. S.N. Gupta's lifesaving consultation has benefited several people. Dr. Gupta is heading the hospital's Post-COVID Program, which is designed exclusively for patients who are facing the aftermath of the disease.

For Dr. S.N. Gupta's expert consultation, you can call at 0522-4232333 or 0522-3573895 or visit the hospital's website.

Post-COVID Program offers specialised Pulmonary Function Test with Diffusion Study

Since the virus can impact the diffusion of gases in the bloodstream, the patients undergo a Pulmonary Function Test with Diffusion Study for the assessment of lung functions and associated parameters. The patients are also assisted with Pulmonary Rehabilitation, which is designed to strengthen their pulmonary muscle power and tolerance. Further, Psychological Counselling is provided for improved mental well-being.

First-rate PFT & Diffusion Study machines, unlike any other

Sanjivini Hospital and Research Centre boasts of 2 sets of PFT and Diffusion Study machines, with one being sourced from Germany, which very few medical establishments in Uttar Pradesh can claim of owning. The other one known as MiniBox, is also difficult to come by in regular hospitals across the country. The MiniBox stands out with its capacity of performing Spirometry, Diffusion Study and gauging Lung Volume Measurements (LVM), with agile precision like no other.

Dedicated OPD teams for multiple departments

The OPD services at Sanjivini Hospital are now functional and dedicated teams for Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Neonatology, Nephrology, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, Orthopedics and Dentistry, among others, have been appointed for the same. These departments are in action at all hours and their proactive responses paired with adept aftercare advice, have saved and recovered several lives.

Call them directly at 0522-4232333 or 0522-3573895

So if you are in Lucknow or are thinking of visiting the city for the best of Post-COVID Program and OPD services, then do make your way to Sanjivini Hospital and Research Centre in Gomti Nagar. You can even alternatively check out their website for relevant information or simply contact them at 0522-4232333 or 0522-3573895.

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