Medicheck Ortho Superspeciality Hospital

Medicheck Ortho Superspeciality Hospital

Medicheck Ortho is a seed sown by the directors of the Medicheck Group of Hospitals in Delhi NCR, to facilitate and meet the need of superspeciality care in orthopaedics.
The directors, namely Dr R S Verma, Dr Sunil Raina, Dr Sumit Verma & Dr Ranjeeta Verma have a vision and mission to establish the brand of Medicheck in healthcare services for the community.
Medicheck Ortho is a concept of a hospital which talks about an Advanced Super Speciality approach in the field of Orthopaedics. The hospital specializes in the modified approach of joint replacement and arthroscopic surgeries. Under the leadership of Dr Sunil Raina, an eminent renowned joint replacement surgeon, the team of surgeons is committed to provide the best of healthcare as far as treatment related to joint and other bone disorders is concerned. The hospital also specializes in the treatment of reconstructive, corrective, deformity & plastic surgeries. The elite team of doctors in the hospital not only include Orthopaedic surgeons but also other doctors like Dr O P Sharan, Dr Sumit Verma & Dr Akhil who take care of the Department of Medicine and also manage the ICU of the hospital. The hospital has a fully fledged ICU which is fully equipped with instruments & machines like turbine ventilators, BiPAP, CPAP, Dialysis, 3D ECHO etc. The hospital has its own Physiotherapy Dept which itself is a state of the art and is equipped with machines like Zimmer Laser equipment, Zimmer Ultra sound device etc. Under the guidance of team leader Dr Arshad Hussain the Physiotherapy Dept promises patients to attain a high level of satisfaction. The USP of the hospital is of course eminent doctors but nonetheless the rooms and decor of the hospital have been designed to meet international standards. The modular operation theatre is equipped with HD stryker camera, latest arthroscopic instruments, C-Arm, LED lights etc. The hospital is committed to provide the ‘Best in Advanced Orthopaedic Care.’

Trauma

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Spine Surgery

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Phsiotherapy

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Pediatric

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Medicine

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Joint Replacement

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ICU

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OHS & Gynaecology

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ENT

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Brain Surgery

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