Paediatrics is a medical speciality that deals with health problems that affect babies, children and adolescents. It is a broad-based speciality that allows doctors specialised in this field to see children and young adolescents with a broad range of illnesses or diseases. At the Paediatric Centre of Apollo Clinic, we are acutely aware of the importance parents place on the health and well-being of their child. Therefore, we are committed to supporting, protecting and providing the best consultation and treatment in the vast area of children’s health.
What is Paediatrics?
Paediatrics is that branch of medicine that deals with health care and medical conditions of infants, children and young adolescents, generally up to 16 years of age. Our Paediatric Centre provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and health care coordination for children and young teens who suffer from complex conditions that require the expertise of several types of specialists to diagnose and treat the illness or disease.
The Apollo Clinic’s Paediatrics Centre consists of specialised doctors or paediatricians who look into specific health issues, disorders or diseases that are related to the various stages of growth and development of the child. This area of medicine is one where our doctors also work in close cooperation with the family of the patient.
We offer comprehensive child health care and non-invasive diagnostic services. We also provide state-of-the-art health care facilities and services for infants, children and young adolescents who have special medical needs that are quite different from adults. Our services also include consultation with our paediatricians as well as an ongoing evaluation and management of child health problems.
We, at Apollo Clinic, understand your concerns as a parent and offer you the support you need. With our broad range of paediatric services, you can rest assured that your child will get the best possible consultation, diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Our paediatricians are well-skilled and knowledgeable in their field and aim to make a difference in the health and well-being of infants, children and young adolescents and their families by integrating education, medical care and research to provide them with the highest quality care and services, all under one roof.
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