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MAXCURE HOSPITALS
MAXCURE HOSPITALS

MAXCURE HOSPITALS

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    H. no: 1 - 90/7/B/28, 30&59, Plot No: 5 - 11, Behind Cyber Towers, Lane Next to McDonalds, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

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    Dr Anil Krishna G
    Dr Krishna Kiran E
    • Dr Krishna Kiran E
    • Specialty - Joint Replacement Surgery
    • Degree - MS (AIIMS, New Delhi)
    • Fee - 500 INR
    Dr Surya Prakash Rao V
    • Dr Surya Prakash Rao
    • Specialty - Orthopedics
    • Degree - M.S, DNB (Ortho)(BOM), AO Fellow (Germany)
    • Fee - 500 INR
    Dr Shashi Kumar Jaiswal
    Dr Srikanth Reddy S
    • Dr Srikanth Reddy S
    • Specialty - Neuro Surgery
    • Degree - M.S(GOLD MEDALIST), M.Ch(Neurosurgery, NIMS)
    • Fee - 500 INR
    Dr Srikanth Reddy S
    •    Dr Srikanth Reddy S
    •    Specialty - Neuro Surgery
    •    Degree - M.S(GOLD MEDALIST), M.Ch(Neurosurgery, NIMS)
    •    Fee - 500 INR
    Dr Asha Subbalakshmi M
    •    Dr Asha Subbalakshmi
    •    Specialty - Endocrine & Metabolic Diseases
    •    Degree - MD (Gen. Medicine), DM (Gastroenterology)
    •    Fee - 500 INR
    Dr Manjula Anagani
    •    Dr Manjula Anagani
    •    Specialty - Infertility
    •    Degree - MD, FICOG, Padma Shri Awardee
    •    Fee - 500 INR

    About Hospital

    With a legacy of excellence in multi super specialty healthcare, MaxCure Hospitals now extends its services to Hi-tech City & Secretariat. Presenting MaxCure Hospitals, A first-of-its-kind Hospital that brings uniform expertise in all areas of medicine under one roof with a multi-disciplinary approach, unmatched care and support. Maxcure Hospitals Group has in total 6 units in the states of Telangana & Andhra Pradesh with 1300 beds. The units are spread across twin cities aside, Nizamabad (100 Beds Multi Specialty), Karimnagar (100 Beds Multi Specialty), One unit in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh and upcoming unit in Hitech City (a New second 100 Beds exclusive Women & Child Centre) in next one month.

    Health is today a growing concern for India. Long working hours, offshore timings, high-pressure deadlines, unpredictable work flows, endless jet lags etc., are leading to stress and anxiety among the working class. Lifestyle diseases are on a prowl in India. It could be due to people’s negligence or the overall work ethic of the corporate world, sedentary lifestyle scenarios at home or unhealthy eating habits. To counter the lifestyle disease menace, it is essential that everyone undergoes regular and periodic health checkups. Because of lack of proper preventive care, there has been a steep rise in premature deaths. While Diabetes has become a common phenomenon, heart ailments are reaching newer heights. But on the flip side, all these diseases are preventable and can be controlled with lifestyle adjustments, diet restrictions, timely medication and periodic health checks.