Ist TIPS (Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt) Liver Stenting in Haryana at Rotary Hospital in Ambala

Rotary ambala cancer and general hospital is a superspeciality hospital in ambala. The hospital hold its promise to be the most economical one with the best results. On the eve if 5th Nov 2019, an 18 year boy came with pain in abdomen and was diagnosed with acute liver failure as the patient’s liver blood vessels got blocked. Patient was advised for emergency surgery by Pinhole method. Patient took a second opinion at Mullana Medical Hospital & PGI Chandigarh, however came back next morning. ...

Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital gets its first set of equipment for the new 24 bed ICU from IRCTC Ltd.

Recently Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital inaugurated the 24 bed newly constructed world class ICU, in another major development IRCTC a leading Railway PSU donated its first set of lifesaving equipment – Philips manufactured ventilator, monitors and defibrillator to the hospital. These equipment are the best in the market and have been installed in the ICU. On 21st June GGM Security from IRCTC Dr Anoop Shrivastava visited the hospital and inaugurated the equipments. He was very plea...

Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital starts ‘KARUNA’ fund to help poor cancer and heart patients

The word Karuna, best describes the intent of the people behind the hospital – understanding the sufferings of poor and sick people, and with a sense of duty acting upon it. The Hospital’s only motive is to provide affordable and quality healthcare to all. We have never turned away any patient because of his/her inability to pay for treatment. We always try to fund treatments through donations by generous supporters. Very recently, to continue helping poor patients a fund for INR 1 cr each...

New ICU inaugurated on 21st Feb 2019 by PRIP Mr. Ian Riseley and Rtn Mrs. Juliet Riseley

It is a major milestone achieved for Ambala Cantt, as there is no other ICU facility in the town other than the existing small 8 bed ICU in the Rotary hospital.  This new additional ICU will now be able to accommodate a lot more people, who earlier had to be turned away due to shortage of beds.  This 24 bed ICU is set in the new building of the hospital that will also accommodate 2 Modular Operation Theaters, 8 more Doctor Consultation rooms for outpatient care and a full Radiology wing. It i...

New MRI machine for the hospital

Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital recently bought a state of art MRI Machine for the hospital. It was inaugurated on 3rd June 2018 by Sri Anil Vij Minister with the Government of Haryana. This 6 crore worth MRI machine is a major addition to the hospital’s objective of providing quality care. With its help better and advanced diagnosis and treatment of disease will be achieved.

New building constructed at Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital

It is hard to believe that there are no healthcare facilities in and around Ambala Cantt that provide Intensive Care other than the 8 bed ICU at Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital! At present the hospital has 2 Operation Theaters, 1 Intensive Care Unit (8 beds) and 1 Cardiac Care Unit (5 beds). The absence of ICU facility in Ambala Cantt and surrounding areas puts an enormous burden on the hospital. The ICU is fully occupied at all times, and new patients have to be referred to other f...

‘Rotary Ambala cancer hospital gets a ‘Flying Ambassador

In 1997, Sneh Bansal, spouse of past president of the Rotary Club of Ambala, RID 3080, Subhash Bansal, was detected with cancer. He had to run from pillar to post for her treatment. Realising the trauma and misery that many had to undergo for treatment of cancer, Bansal decided to do something to provide care to such patients in Ambala, where no such facility was available. In 2003, with the assistance of Global Cancer Concern India, and Rotary Club of Boca Raton,USA, a palliative care unit w...

“Rotary Hospital is a vardan for Ambala”

Cancer is a traumatic disease in itself, but what makes it even worse is not being able to get treatment in your own city. Imagine that you have to travel to another city leaving the comfort of your home at the time when you need it the most. Many cancer patients living in small cities and villages have to go through this harrowing experience. When I was diagnosed with cancer I had to do the same. Me and my husband visited many big hospitals in the vicinity of our city and even in Delhi. We k...