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Welcome to Rungta Hospital

We at Rungta Hospital, are a part of an integrated world-class healthcare facility. We endeavor to go beyond the expected and deliver the most positive experience to each of our patients. In this endeavor of ours, we are backed by latest equipments, trained and highly qualified medical professionals, who administer the best-available medical services across all major disciplines of medicine and surgery. We are one of the leading hospitals in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

 

 

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    Rungta Hospital offers leading-edge medical services through various departments. Each clinical team comprises of members from various disciplines who collaborate and have close symbiotic relationships to ensure world-class service delivery.

     

     

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    Who works with us?

    Meet Doctors

    • Dr. P.P. Khandelwal
      Respiratory & Chest Physician
    • Dr. Priyanka Singh
      ENT Specialist
    • Dr. Swati Tyagi
      Dental Surgeon
    • DR. MINI BHARGAVA
      Gynecologists
    • Dr. Yogesh Gupta
      Sr. Neurosurgeon
    • Dr. Lakhpat Yadav
      Orthopaedic & Joint Replacement surgeon
    • Dr. Naresh Garg
      Urologist & Kidney Transplant Surgeon
    • Dr. Anshul Mittal
      Neonatologist & Pediatrician
    • Dr. Pritum Gupta
      Neonatologist & Pediatrician
    • Dr. Dheeraj Agarwal
      Laproscopic & General Surgeon
    • Dr. Mukesh Yadav
      Intervantional Cardiologist & Director
    • Dr. Ashish Gupta
      Intervantional Cardiologist & Director
    • Dr. Manish Gupta
      Intensvist ( Critical Care Specialist )
    • Dr. Ravi Saxena
      Sr. Radiologist & Medical Director
    • Dr. Neeraj Mathur
      Sr. Physician
    • Dr. A K Mathur
      Bariatric & Laproscopic Surgeon
    • Dr. Rajesh Gupta
      General Surgeon

    Testimonial

    • It was so happy with every department of hospital, doctors and nursing staff.

      Jaffar
      Patient
    • All Facilities, Treatment and Care were good. When no hospital was accepted our patient Rungta Hospital admitted, treated and successfully discharge our son.

      Chanda Bayyani
      Patient
    • Overall Facilities and Care in Rungta Hospital are quite satisfactory.

      Mridula Khandelwal
      Patient
    • Hospital experience was good and satisfactory.

      Mr. Abdul Salam
      Patient
    • “Excellent and best treatement by doctors, helping and familier support by nursing staff. excellent support from all the staff with utmost care for mother and kid. I thank one and all for making it a homely affair.”

      Risha
      Patient
    • “Excellent care that I received from the Doctors, consultant and other members of staff.”

      Mr. Raman Singh
      Patient
    • Satisfied Patient of Department of ENT, Rungta Hospital




      Testimonials Diary
      Patient
    • Testimonials Diary – Department of Urology – Rungta Hospital ,Malviya Nagar,Jaipur




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    • Happy Patient, Department of general surgery
      Patient

    FAQ

    Are all the consultants available for 24 hours?

    All the consultants are full-time employees of the hospital, hence, outpatient services are available on all working days. We have Doctors working as Junior and Senior Residents, thus offering 24 hours coverage in areas such as Casualty, Wards and Intensive Care Units. Any complaints in the odd hours are first attended to by the Resident Doctors and, depending upon the case, the respective Consultants are called in to attend to the patients.

    What is the mode of admission?

    You are required to contact the admission counter, where our executives will give you details about the various packages, bed categories and other charges. After finalization of the package and bed category, you will be given an IP (inpatient) number. On completion of all the admission formalities, you will be guided to the respective ward/room.

    Can the Room be retained if the patient is shifted to ICU?

    Patients admitted in Rooms may be allowed to retain their allotted Room while they are transferred to the Intensive Care Unit provided the charges are paid in advance. Only one relative can use the room for the stay. Please note that room retention is allowed subject to availability and only for the duration that patient is admitted in the ICU. Patient’s relatives should be prepared to vacate the room at any time in case there is requirement of the Room for shifting of a Patient.

    Do we need to pay any advance at the time of admission?

    Yes, patients are required to pay a deposit as per the category of the bed/room at the time of admission. In case of a surgery or a procedure, the total estimated amount has to be deposited with the hospital before the surgery is conducted.

    How many attendant passes are issued?

    To minimize crowding and noise in the patient care area, only one attendant pass is issued per patient. The pass has to be surrendered at the admission counter at the time of the discharge.

    What are the rules for transferring patients to a higher category?

    Transfer to a higher category is based on the availability of beds. The rates of the higher category transferred to will be applicable from the date of the transfer. For surgical procedures, investigations and other diagnostics you will be charged as per the higher category rate only, from the date of admission.In the case of packages, for transfer to a higher category the total difference in the package charge has to be paid before the transfer is affected.

    How do I get a Discharge Summary?

    Your Discharge Summary will be given to you by the Nursing Staff at the time of the discharge. In case there is a delay in the preparation of a discharge card, it will be mailed or posted to you immediately on preparation of the Discharge Summary.

    What is the procedure for a refund?

    The following documents are required for a refund:
    • Final bill (original)
    • Receipts of all payments
    • Discharge Summary

    Do you have Emergency Charges and when are they applicable?

    Yes, Emergency charges are applicable for night visits and special day visits. All operations conducted after 6 PM are charged 1.5 times the routine charges.

    Is Cashless Mediclaim accepted at your hospital?

    We provide cashless treatment services to the patients from the TPAs empanelled with us for the same. We have a TPA department on the ground floor, the patient seeking their assistance can reach the TPA Dept. and submit the relevant documents, and then the pre authorization letter is obtained from the company as a token approval towards admissibility of the Insurance Policy.

    What is the deposit for booking the operation?

    Reservation deposit is to be paid within 72 hours on Surgeon’s booking date or 2 days prior to admission. The patients are requested to pay amount specified in the schedule of charges according to the operative category.

    What are the different facilities the Hospital Offer?

    The Hospital offers a variety of facilities which are tailor-made to the specific requirements with regard to the disease, age or fitness of each person.
    We do not have Cardio-Thoracic Surgery facilities.

    What are the rates for different packages?

    The rates of the packages are well defined and will be made available to you by our Financial Counselor or the Treating Consultant.

    How long will the health check-up take?

    The health checks usually commence in the morning at 9 AM with a brief break for brunch before re-commencing and ending at around 2 PM. If there is any specific disease involving some specialized check-ups then it may take a few more hours.

    Who will help us decide on which plan one should opt for?

    The patient requiring the test may call the Hospital and contact the PHC Executive who will suggest the appropriate health check package. If you are not satisfied you can ask for the assistance of a medical officer present in the Hospital. Please give your details like age, history, present symptoms and specific problems and worries you are keen to have investigated.

    Is it necessary to make an appointment or can clients walk in on any day convenient to them?

    It is necessary though not absolutely mandatory to make an appointment. Appointments ensure that there are no untoward delays and a smooth process of health check up is completed.

    What are the different medical specialties the Hospital has to offer?

    Kindly refer to the scope of services of the Hospital Website (click link).

    How many days in advance does the patient have to book an appointment?

    It is preferred that the patient books an appointment atleast 24 hours in advance so that the doctor reschedules his work at the Hospital. The availability of the Doctor is subject to no Emergency case to be handled by him/her.

    What are the OPD Timings ?

    Please refer to the consultant wise OPD schedule on the website (click link).

    Does the Hospital offer round the clock service ?

    Yes the hospital has staff to work round-the–clock. Medical Officers are available for attending minor ailments and Consultants are available on call to attend to any medical emergency requiring urgent intervention.

    Can laboratory technicians to go the patient’s residence to collect blood samples?

    No, we do not encourage this practice, the Hospital is in close proximity and is easily accessible.

    At what time can one pick up the investigation reports?

    Simple reports like routine blood tests, X-Rays, Sonographies and CT scan are faster, but the more advanced tests processes take longer. It is advisable to ask the Laboratory Technician to confirm the time when you may return to pick up the test results. The consultants usually inform the patients about this even before the patients ask. The reports can also be obtained online thorugh the link and password provided on the cash receipt.

    What are the qualifications of the doctors and form where do they come?

    All doctors (consultants) attached to the hospital have the highest degree offered by the country in their specialty. Some even have foreign degree/accreditations. All doctors go through a process of selection before they can be appointed/posted as consulted in the Hospital.

    Where is the pharmacy?

    The hospital has inhouse pharmacy which operates on 27X7 basis.

    Does the hospital provide transport for the patients?

    Yes the hospital provides ambulance service to commuting patient for admission within 5 Km radius.

    Why hospital restricts attendants to meet patent in the ICU?

    The intensive Care Unit worldwide follows certain disciplinary protocols whereby attendants are restricted to the unit to decrease the risk of infection, to provide continuous unhampered Nursing Services and to give the patient a conducive atmosphere to fight back disease/illness.

    How long does the billing procedure take?

    It takes around two hours to discharge a patient after the consultant advises discharge. However, the time may get delayed due to late preparation of discharge summary, dispute on billing item, etc.

    Are estimates of bills available on a daily basis?

    The hospital is evolving and working on a daily billing update system wherein daily updates of bills are done and the patient/relatives can inquire from the IPD Billing Section the total bill as on that day. The Hospital already practices a system wherein a call is made to the attendants for deposit of the outstanding amount.

    Are medicines available to the patient in the hospital or do they have to go out of the premises to procure them?

    The medicines are to be procured by the attendants for their admitted patients and are to be handed over to the Nursing Staff for administering the same.
    Medicines can be provided on bed side on deposition of advance for the medicines separately.

    Is there any place for rest for the attendants?

    Patient Dormitory is available adjacent to the Cafeteria. The same can be utilized by the attendants on pre-payment bases. The beds are available on first come first serve basis.

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