For-profitYear launched: 1970 and Before
Country of Operation
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
- Higher middle-income (60-80%)
- High-income (80-100%)
- Maternal, newborn and child health
SummaryFernandez Hospital is a 130-bed, modern hospital offering the latest and the best possible expertise, technology and equipment in obstetric, gynecology and neonatology care. Fernandez hospital is well known in the city for its excellent, personalized and progressive care for women and newborns.
Key program components
The obstetric wing at Fernandez Hospital handles approximately 4000 deliveries per year. At any given time, the 11 bed, air conditioned, Labour Suite is staffed by a Senior Consultant and two obstetricians. Constant monitoring of patients is done by the doctor on duty and supported by caring and experienced nurses and dayas (midwives). The Hospital, known for its personalized, protocol based, obstetric care has an operation theatre to cater for obstetric emergencies. A portable ultrasound machine is housed in the labour suite, along with the best available maternal and fetal monitoring equipment.
The various departments in the hospital are:
Critical Care Services
Fetal Medicine Unit
Nutrifit- nutritional advice, care and counseling
The hospital provides very good quality care, priced at the premium end by local market standards. However, the facility uses cross-subsidization to offer lower-cost care for poor patients from the surpluses generated from wealthy patients (as stated by Dr. Evita Fernandez, Managing Director, Fernandez Hospital at Healthcon, 2009, Hyderabad).