Cancer is a deadly disease but not an end for ones life

One of our hospital’s Pediatric Chemo Patient Aayushi is undergoing treatment, but keeping them aside did hard work in her class and stood 1st. Children undergoing chemo are not allowed to go to the schools,  but are eagerly motivated for online studies. They are trained and helped by the staff in achieving their goals. Aayushi, who is a student of class 2nd stood inspire of all the hardships faced during her treatment did not loose hope and worked hard to excel in her studies. In turn she ...

Another feather added to our Pediatrics department

1st DVET (a life saving procedure to fight against the serious effects of Jaundice in the blood) was done for a 3 day old baby girl by our Pediatrician and his team. She was having Jaundice, with Rh incompatibility and high retics with positive DCT. When she was admitted in the hospital her Bilirubin was very high ( 22 mg/dL). However the Bilirubin had been rising. With the help of above mentioned procedure, her Bilirubin fell down to 7 mg/dL which is considered as the normal range. After see...

RACGH celebrated International Childhood Cancer Day

Rotary Ambala Cancer & General Hospital celebrated International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) on February 15, 2022, to appreciate all the Pediatric Survivors and Warriors of Cancer. It was an initiative taken by our Pediatrician, Hematologist, and Oncologist, Dr. Vaneet Anand, and his Team to spread awareness about Childhood Cancer. Performances were given by the Pediatric patients as well as the Pediatric and Oncology department staff members. There were Dance, Play, Poem recitals, and many m...

Childhood Cancers are Curable

Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital is the only Hospital providing these services in the Ambala region. 2 years old girl was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor (Kidney cancer) With great delight, we inform you that she has completed her treatment and now moving towards a healthier and happier life. The child was given chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer and has completed her course now. Wonderful results are seen in pediatric cancers if timely diagnosed and managed. Lets all pray that she ...

Neurosurgery of a 50 years old female

The patient was a 50-year-old female who was presented with a right-sided foot drop. Her MRI LS Spine showed Lumbar Canal Stenosis with Hypertrophied Ligamentum Flavum and Facet Hypertrophy at L4-5 level with foraminal narrowing and nerve root compression. She was operated on in the form of Decompressive Laminectomy and Foraminotomy with decompression of the nerve root. Postoperatively patient is symptomatically improved with relief of back pain and improvement in foot drop.

Ist Laparoscopic Removal of Spleen

Rotary Hospital Ambala did the very first laparoscopic removal of the spleen in the entire Ambala Zone. The surgery was done by our dedicated General Surgeon with the help of our Anaesthetist and our OT staff. Surgery performed was on a young 26-year-old male with chronic ITP. The size of the spleen which was removed from the patient’s body was 1.350 kilograms, which in turn is a huge size and is difficult to remove from the human body but our surgeon and his team did the procedure with 100% ...

First Stapler Surgery for Piles

First stapler surgery for piles was done on 17/09/2021 at Rotary Hospital Ambala. The surgery was Bloodless, scarless and the patient was discharged on the same day Stapled hemorrhoidectomy is a safe and quick procedure associated with less pain, better outcome, and early recovery with shorter hospital stays.

Second Oxygen Plant Installed within 2 weeks

On May 10, 2021, The Rotary Hospital Ambala decided to set up a new high capacity oxygen plant, in view of the increasing graph of Covid patients and the acute shortage of oxygen in Ambala district as well as the whole country. It is worth noting that Rotary Hospital Ambala has always been providing facilities for patients with far-sightedness, 3 years ago, when no one thought of an oxygen plant in order to provide free oxygen facility to the patients of our ICU. An oxygen plant with 31 cylin...

First State-of-The-Art Cath-Lab Installed in North of New Delhi for Intervention

The vision of Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital is to provide services in the area where patients do not have enough time to reach Chandigarh or means to spend the money required for the treatment.In line with our vision recently we started Neuro-Intervention (Brain Stroke Management) at our hospital by replacing our old Cath-Lab with a new GE state-of-the-art Cath-Lab first of its kind in North India beyond New Delhi. It is a hybrid lab that caters to interventional cardiology, neuro...

Medical Store Now Open 24 X 7

If you need a medicine at odd hours, there is very little option as medical stores are closed. To cater to the needs of patients in such times of emergency, Rotary Hospital Ambala from Nov 20, 2020 has made arrangements for its pharmacy to remain open 24 X 7 Here Quality medicines are available at reasonable cost.

Cancer treatment facility in times of COVID-19

The entire world is engulfed in the pandemic and unavailability of regular medical procedures in premier institutes of the region who are overwhelmed due to COVID patients has adversely affected the treatment of patients with other ailments. Rotary has come to the rescue of such patients who have been denied treatment elsewhere. We are following all the necessary safety procedures and protocols while providing high end treatment to cancer patients at all possible levels.

Helping Hands SRSMT During Covid-19 Lockdown

SRSMT and Rotary Ambala Cancer and General Hospital are the only NGO in Ambala Cantt that is providing Lunch, Dinner, toiletries like bathing soap, washing soap, etc to 400+ Migrants laborers accommodated in Lucky Farm on Ambala-Jagadhari road. With the announcement of Lockdown 2, no other NGO from Ambala Cantt came forward and the SRSMT/RACGH team of volunteers willingly decided to continue this humanitarian task with the support of Donors.DC Ambala appreciated the efforts of this team in a ...

All Consultants available in COVID-19 Period

The pandemic is in its full swing and with no available vaccination the fear of unknown is creating panic among individuals. People are reluctant to go to the hospitals and unavailability of doctors is a huge concern. Rotary Hospital Ambala doctors are available at all hours to provide regular medical treatment to its patients. These COVID-19 warriors are following stringent safety procedures for themselves and their patients. In these tough times, Rotary is striving to help individuals by pr...

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. ...

Assurance of Quality Healthcare

The accreditation program has been curated to improve the quality of healthcare provided in public and private hospitals in India. This certification is a stepping stone towards the NABH complete accreditation. Rotary Hospital Ambala fulfills all the quality standards to get this certification which ensures that our hospital is equipped with best quality healthcare tools and services.

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.