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Meet the Team

Our Doctors

We offer highly specialised medical care, on one site, from some of the foremost national and international specialists in their fields of medicine.

How is LIFE + HOSPITAL different from others?

NAME:

FORMERLY OUR HOSPITAL WAS NAMED AS DR.BHARGAVI REDDY WOMEN & CHILDREN HOSPITAL, FOR EASY PRONUNCIATION & REMEMBRANCE, WE HAVE CHANGED HOSPITAL NAME TO “THE LIFE + HOSPITAL”

HISTORY:

COMPLETELY OWNED & RUN BY A WOMEN GYNAECOLOGIST (MBBS, MD) FROM PAST 19 YEARS.

EXPERIENCE:

SO FAR WE HAVE COMPLETED 19 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL JOURNEY WITH 10250 SURGERIES, 320730 CONSULTATIONS.

DOCTORS:

ALL OUR DOCTORS ARE EITHER HEAD OF THEIR DEPARTMENTS IN VARIOUS MEDICAL COLLEGES & HOSPITALS (OR) GOLD MEDALISTS.

ETHICS:

WE DON’T PRACTICE UNWANTED (OR) UNNECESSARY TREATMENTS, ALL THE REPORTS WILL BE HANDED OVER TO PATIENTS FOR ANY SECOND OPINION. YOU CAN ALWAYS CROSSCHECK OUR TREATMENTS
WITH ANY OF YOUR KNOWN DOCTOR’S IN YOUR RELATIONS (OR) YOUR DOCTOR FRIENDS.

TIMINGS:

MORNING 8 AM TO NIGHT 8 PM

HOLIDAYS:

WE WORK ON ALL FESTIVALS AND SUNDAY’S ALSO (WE DON’T CLOSE FOR ANY HOLIDAYS).

COST:

1. ALL OUR PRICES ALONG WITH DOCTOR PHOTOS + DEGREES (QUALIFICATION) ARE PROMPTLY DISPLAYED AT THE RECEPTION.

2. WE ARE DOING THIS, PAST 19 YEARS WHICH OTHER HOSPITALS IN BANGALORE DON’T.

3. WE ARE CHARGING 100 RUPEES AS CONSULTATION FEE FOR PAST 19 YEARS.

4. I AM A WOMAN & I THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND FINANCIAL PROBLEMS FACED BY MIDDLE CLASS FAMILIES & VARIOUS WOMEN HEALTH PROBLEMS.

5. THAT IS THE REASON OUR TREATMENT CHARGES ARE REASONABLE WHEN COMPARED TO ANY OTHER HOSPITALS IN BANGALORE.

DUTY DOCTORS:

GYNECOLOGIST (MBBS, MD) DOCTOR IS PRESENT IN THE HOSPITAL DAY & NIGHT, 24/7, ALL 365 DAYS.

See the Difference

Why Choose Us?

  • As a holistic centre to care for and heal infants, children and women, we define ourselves as a community health provider with patient-centric care and value for money to all sections of society.
  • As they say a positive morale is more important than medication to initiate the process of healing, we permeate a positive atmosphere through these three C’s.
  • Our state of the art facilities and infrastructure are there for this reason, apart from the fact that we are in the continual practice of enlightening you on various health issues revolving around mother, child and women.

FAQ'S

At what age should a woman stop seeing a gynecologist?

Women over age 65 can stop getting screened if they’ve had at least three consecutive negative Pap tests or at least two negative HPV tests within the previous 10 years, according to the guidelines. But women who have a history of a more advanced precancer diagnosis should continue to be screened for at least 20 years.

Why would you see a Gynaecologist?

Why see a gynecologist? Going to see a gynecologist — a doctor who focuses on women’s reproductive health — means you‘re taking responsibility for your body in new ways. It can be very exciting to know you‘re making sure all is going well with puberty, your reproductive system, and more.

How do I choose a gynecologist?
Asking for recommendations from friends and family is a good place to start, but remember: Choosing an Ob/Gyn is a personal decision.

Here are my top four recommendations to choose the Ob/Gyn that’s right for you:
  1. Look at your insurance. …
  2. Consider your health history. …
  3. Select a hospital. …
  4. Do your Ob/Gyn homework.
Can a gynecologist check you on your period?

In fact, your cervix is more open during your period. If you‘re getting an IUD inserted, your period may be the best time to do it. If possible, Pap smears — typically performed during a routine pelvic exam — should be scheduled for when you‘re not on your period

What do they do at your first gyno appointment?
The internal examination (pelvic exam).

This way the doctor can feel the size and position of the ovaries and uterus. A tool that opens the vaginal walls (a speculum) lets the doctor see the walls and cervix and do screening tests, such as a Pap smear and tests for some STDs.

Is it required to go to the gynecologist?

When to have a gynecologic exam depends on whether there are any health problems such as vaginal infections, lack of menstrual periods, or other symptoms that need evaluation. Your first Pap test is recommended for age 21. No matter what, you should see your primary care provider every year for a check-up

How important is it to see a gynecologist?

Every woman should see a gynecologist to promote good health. … Women should have a pelvic exam annually, whether or not they are having a Pap smear. The doctor can assess many disorders of the reproductive system through examination. He or she can also conduct tests with blood and tissue cultures,

Can I see an Obgyn if Im not pregnant?

For many women, making an appointment with an obstetrician/gynecologist (commonly referred to as OB/GYNcan be intimidating, and some may avoid visiting one altogether. The truth is, visiting an OB/GYN is important for all women.

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THE LIFE PLUS HOSPITAL
Working hours:

MONDAY -SUNDAY08:00am – 08:00pm

WE WORK ON ALL FESTIVALS AND SUNDAY’S ALSO (WE DON’T CLOSE FOR ANY HOLIDAYS).

080-25254444,080-25295555,080-25256666,080-25254422;
9844447766,9844555566,8095722440,8884488766;
thelifeplushospitals@gmail.com

ADDRESS : THE LIFEPLUS HOSPITAL 266/C, INDIRANAGAR 80 FEET ROAD, NEAR C.M.H HOSPITAL,BLR-38  get directions

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