The paediatric department is a medical specialty that focuses on the healthcare of infants, children, and adolescents. It includes a range of services, from general paediatric care to specialized care for children with specific health conditions.

Paediatricians are doctors who specialize in the care of children. They are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions that affect children, such as asthma, diabetes, infectious diseases, and behavioural problems.

Why choose Green City Hospital for Paediatric?

The Paediatric Services division of Green City Hospital provides care for neonates through teenage patients. This covers a wide range of therapeutic choices for your child’s illness or injury. Our goal is to provide your child with comprehensive paediatric health care while also guiding you in selecting preventative health and safety practises that are right for your family.

Green City Hospital Services in Paediatric

  • 24/7/365 emergency paediatric services
  • Vaccinations every day, even on Sundays
  • Clinic for paediatric nephrology
  • Asthma centre
  • Children’s surgery
  • Centre for child psychology and educational improvement

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    Our Treatment in Paediatric

    1. Paediatric neurology is a type of child care that looks for and treats diseases of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles in babies, kids, and teens.

    2.Paediatric Surgery: The Department of Child Care’s Paediatric Surgery division is committed to providing high-quality surgeries to treat thoracic, GI, and HPB problems in children, as well as urological problems in children and problems with new-borns. In the section on Child Care, you can learn about the very advanced Paediatric Laparoscopic surgery.

    1. General paediatrics covers a wide range of illnesses in children, from those that need care right away to those that need care for a long time. We treat all kinds of illnesses, from mild ones like chicken pox to more serious ones like Kawasaki’s disease. Children whose vital signs are more stable and who don’t need intensive monitoring are kept with their parents under the constant watch of paediatric doctors.
    2. 4. Paediatric gastroenterology is the study and treatment of diseases of the intestines, pancreas, and liver in children.

    5.Pediatric Pulmonology: The department of Child Care treats and diagnoses a number of paediatric lung diseases, such as asthma, wheezing, pneumonia, apnea, cystic fibrosis, and bronchitis.

    6.Pediatric endocrinology is the study of problems with a child’s growth and sexual development.

    1. 7. Paediatric nephrology: Our child care specialists can help diagnose, research, and treat a wide range of kidney diseases, both short-term and long-term, including kidney transplantation and kidney dialysis in children.
    2. Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care: In the Neonatal ICU, we care for babies up to 28 days old with Level III care. In the Paediatric ICU, we care for children. In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), sick babies get care like Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), phototherapy, and care from the Hope Hospital based on what they need. Some of the other neonatology programmes are metabolic screening, ROP screening, and ear screening.

    9.Pediatric cardiologists find and treat kids with heart problems from the time they are conceived until they are adults.

    10.Pediatric orthopaedics is a branch of medicine that deals with the bones, muscles, and joints of children.

    How to keep your baby healthy

    1. Breastfeed or use formula: For infants, breast milk or formula provides the necessary nutrients for growth and development. Breast milk is best as it contains antibodies that help protect against infections and diseases.
    2. Practice good hygiene: Wash your hands before handling your baby and keep your baby’s surroundings clean. Clean and disinfect toys and surfaces your baby comes in contact with regularly.
    3. Ensure proper sleep: New-borns typically sleep for 16-17 hours a day, while older babies need 12-14 hours of sleep. Establishing a routine and a conducive sleeping environment can help your baby get adequate rest.
    4. Regular medical check-ups: Regular medical check-ups are essential to ensure that your baby is growing and developing as expected. Vaccinations are also crucial to protect against diseases.
    5. Provide a safe environment: Ensure that your home is safe for your baby by baby-proofing your home, including securing cabinets and drawers, covering electrical outlets, and keeping sharp objects out of reach.
    6. Encourage physical activity: As your baby grows, encourage physical activity, such as tummy time, crawling, and walking. This can help build strength, coordination, and gross motor skills.
    7. Limit screen time: Screen time should be limited for infants and young children. Experts recommend avoiding screen time altogether for children under two years of age.
    8. Maintain a healthy diet: As your baby grows and starts to eat solid foods, ensure a balanced and healthy diet. Introduce a variety of fruits, vegetables, and proteins while limiting sugary and processed foods.


    A paediatrician is a specialist in caring for children, managing their physical, mental, and behavioural needs. These professionals care for children from birth until age 18 and are aware of their overall wellbeing.

    A paediatrician treats a wide range of illnesses, such as diabetes, obesity, genetic problems, and down syndrome. additional ailments, among others.

    Those who specialise in treating children, adolescents, and young adults’ health, nutrition, welfare, development, and diseases are known as paediatricians. A doctor who specialises in neonatology is called a neonatologist. Neonatologists first receive paediatrician training before completing extra neonatology training.

    An immunologist or allergist will first diagnose your child’s ailments. Examples include the microorganisms, level of infection, and reaction to therapy. Several tests may be advised to determine whether uncontrolled allergies, primary immunodeficiency, anatomical problems, or other causes are causing repeated infections.