The Department of Pediatrics at SR Memorial provides healthcare to newborns, children, and adolescents under the age of 16 years. Our team comprises of highly experienced doctors and nurses to give intensive care services. Our practitioners excel in providing holistic management of all kinds of pediatric age-related ailments with ultimate care and comfort to patients. SR Memorial Hospital's Paediatricians are highly skilled at handling people of different age groups compassionately. For any emergency, contact us, we are available 24x7 for our patients.

The Department of Pediatrics offers childcare from birth until 18 years of age in friendly and safe environment. Our team of dedicated doctors and nurse are well aware that kids are not small adults and thus need special environment and care. The children are given vaccinations, assessed for their growth and development, and screened for any vision or hearing problems in addition to the provision of age-appropriate preventive guidance regarding nutrition, lifestyle and health maintenance issues.

Scope of Service

  • PICU and NICU (care For serious patients)
  • Vaccination as per immunization schedule
  • Management of infectious diseases
  • Growth and developmental disorders
  • Pediatric neurological disorders such as seizure disorder, meningitis, etc
  • Pediatric respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia, asthma
  • Pediatric renal disorders such as Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Pediatric cardiological illnesses


When babies are born early, have health problems, or a difficult birth they go to the hospital's NICU. NICU stands for "neonatal intensive care unit." There, babies get around-the-clock care from a team of experts. Most of these babies go to the NICU (NIK-yoo) within 24 hours of birth. How long they stay depends on their health condition. Some babies stay only a few hours or days; others stay weeks or months.

You may hear the NICU called:
  • a special care nursery
  • an intensive care nursery
  • a newborn intensive care nursery

Who Can Visit the NICU?

Parents can visit and spend time with their babies who stay in the NICU. Other family members might be able to visit, but only during set hours and only a few at a time. Children visiting the NICU must be well (not sick) and should have all theirimmunizations. Check with the hospital staff about which family members can see your baby. Some units require guests to wear hospital gowns. You may need to wear gloves and a mask. Everyone who comes into the NICU must wash their hands before they enter.

How Does the Care Team Help?

Your baby's care team is there to make sure your baby gets the best start in life. The team is also there to support you and your family.While in the hospital, reach out with any questions you have, and learn all you can about your baby's health and daily care. The more you know, the better prepared you'll be to care for your baby when it's time to go home.

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