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Recent Case of Endovenous Laser Surgery for Varicose Vein | DR. MANISH KUMAR | Ruby General Hospital
There was a recent case of varicose vein which was treated by endovenous laser surgery on a 45 year old lady who was suffering from a slowly progressive leg swelling with pain for the last two years. After a colour doppler study, she was diagnosed as a case of varicose veins in both lower limbs with incompetent bilateral saphenofemoral junctions. Endovenous laser surgery had been done which is the standard treatment for varicose veins in a single admission and it is done on a regular basis in Ruby Hospital. The lady is being discharged in a day's time with an uneventful post operative period and she is very satisfied with the services provided.

 

Mass Awareness, Health Tips, Free Hepatitis B & C Screening, Gastroenterologist Consultation | RGH
On the Occasion of World Head and Neck Cancer Day Mass Awareness, Health Tips, Free Hepatitis B & C Screening, Gastroenterologist Consultation

 

A Free Screening Camp for Both Hepatitis B and C on 26th, 27, and 28th July | Ruby General Hospital
DR. PRERNA PALLAVI, MBBS, DNB (GEN MED), DNB (GASTRO) As we all know that 28th July is observed every year as World Hepatitis Day, so this year too Ruby General Hospital has organized a free screening camp for both Hepatitis B and C on 26th, 27, and 28th July, 2021. Whoever has not been vaccinated or screened for Hepatitis are invited to get it done with prior appointment by clicking on the following link: https://www.rubyhospital.com/hepatitis-campaign/

 

Recent Case of Endovenous Laser Surgery for Varicose Vein | DR. MANISH KUMAR | Ruby General Hospital
There was a recent case of varicose vein which was treated by endovenous laser surgery on a 45 year old lady who was suffering from a slowly progressive leg swelling with pain for the last two years. After a colour doppler study, she was diagnosed as a case of varicose veins in both lower limbs with incompetent bilateral saphenofemoral junctions. Endovenous laser surgery had been done which is the standard treatment for varicose veins in a single admission and it is done on a regular basis in Ruby Hospital. The lady is being discharged in a day's time with an uneventful post operative period and she is very satisfied with the services provided.

 

Is Biryani the Cause of Fatty Liver? - Dr. Debasis Sardar is Explaining | Ruby General Hospital
Is it true that Biryani is the Cause of Fatty Liver? - Listen, what Dr. Debasis Sardar is advising.

 

COVID Virus Causes Injury To The Liver Raising The Liver Enzyme Levels - Dr. Prerna Pallavi | RGH
As you all know that we have been dealing with the Covid pandemic for the last 1.5 to 2 years, the Covid virus causes injury to the liver raising the liver enzyme levels. Apart from that, the Covid related medicines which are being used are causing drug-induced liver injury. Do not take Covid related medicines without a doctor's advice and in case of evidence of hepatitis, consult your doctor without delay. - DR. PRERNA PALLAVI, MBBS, DNB (Gen Med), DNB (Gastro)

 

Ignoring Fatty Liver Can Lead To Hepatitis - Dr. Debasis Sardar | Ruby General Hospital
Fatty liver means accumulation of excessive fat in the liver. Normally, around 5% fat is present in the liver and when it exceeds that, it is called fatty liver disease. Initially, it is a benign disease but, if ignored it can develop into hepatitis known as Non Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and later cirrhosis of liver. Usually, fatty liver disease is asymptomatic and is diagnosed by a ultrasonography of abdomen. The liver enzymes SGPT and SGOT levels might be elevated. The key to reduce fatty liver is daily exercise as it usually affects obese and diabetic people, so, the weight of such people needs monitoring, along with diabetes and cholesterol control. Do not panic if you have fatty liver and do not ignore, consult your doctor without delay and follow advice accordingly. - DR. DEBASIS SARDAR, MBBS, MD (GEN MED), DM (Gastro), (CMC Vellore)

 

One Of The Most Important Causes Of Hepatitis Is Viral Infection Of Liver - Dr. S.B.D. Chakraborty
Hepatitis in medical terms means inflammation of liver and has various causes. One of the most important cause is viral infection of liver. There are five types of viral hepatitis virus namely, A, B, C, D and E. Hepatitis A and E are water and food borne, while, B, C and D are usually blood related. There is vaccination available for Hepatitis A and E and all should get vaccinated. - DR. SUNIL BARAN DAS CHAKRABORTY, MD, DM (Gastro), (SGPGI - Chandigarh)

 

Prevent Cirrhosis of Liver | DR. RIMITA DEY, MBBS, MD (Gen Med), Fellowship in Critical Care, EDIC
In Intensive Care there are many complicated cases of cirrhosis of liver and one of the important causes is viral hepatitis B. It is also one of the important preventable causes of cirrhosis. Vaccination can prevent the onset of chronic liver disease and cirrhosis. Get vaccinated with Hepatitis B, so that, the complications may be avoided. - DR. RIMITA DEY, MBBS, MD (Gen Med), FNB, Fellowship in Critical Care, EDIC | Ruby General Hospital

 

Hepatitis Is Inflammation Of The Liver / Injury To The Liver - Dr. Debasis Sardar | Ruby Hospital
"Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver / injury to the liver. The primary causes are alcohol, viral hepatitis like Hepatitis A, B, C, E, drugs and toxin related hepatitis and relatively rare autoimmune hepatitis. Symptoms for hepatitis are fever, vomiting tendency, body ache, stomach pain and jaundice. Consult your gastroenterologist without delay as early diagnosis and treatment can cure completely." - DR. DEBASIS SARDAR, MBBS, MD (Gen Med), DM (Gastro) (CMC Vellore)

 

Viral Hepatitis Is The Most Common Form Of Hepatitis - Dr. Prena Pallavi | Ruby General Hospital
"The most common form of hepatitis is viral hepatitis, among which A, B, C & E are common. Hepatitis A & E are mostly acute ones in which patients are presented with fever, jaundice, along with vomiting and these are commonly spread by food and water. Hepatitis B & C are the chronic forms which further lead to cirrhosis and sometimes malignancy. They are asymptomatic in the initial stages so the only way to detect is proper screening and vaccination at the right time." - DR. PRENA PALLAVI, MBBS, DNB (Gen. Med), DNB (Gastro)

 

Ruby OPD is Open from 8 AM to 8 PM for Everyone | Ruby General Hospital
The pandemic has disrupted normal life and people have been ignoring their general illnesses. A sincere request to all to consult your doctor at the earliest. Consultants of all specialties at Ruby General Hospital are available in the Outpatient Department from 8am to 8pm and 24 X 7 at the Emergency Department. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

Our Outpatient Department is open from 8 AM to 8 PM for You and Your Family | Ruby General Hospital
The pandemic has disrupted normal life and people have been ignoring their general illnesses. A sincere request to all to consult your doctor at the earliest. Consultants of all specialties at Ruby General Hospital are available in the Outpatient Department from 8am to 8pm and 24 X 7 at the Emergency Department. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

The Outpatient Department of Ruby General Hospital is Open from 8 AM to 8 PM for You and Your Family
The pandemic has disrupted normal life and people have been ignoring their general illnesses. A sincere request to all to consult your doctor at the earliest. Consultants of all specialties at Ruby General Hospital are available in the Outpatient Department from 8am to 8pm and 24 X 7 at the Emergency Department. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

We Have A Well-Equipped NICU To Manage Extremely Premature Babies - Dr. Anirban Basu | Ruby Hospital
"At Ruby General Hospital, we have a four-bedded level III NICU, isolation bed meant for the outborn as well as infected babies. We have a well-equipped NICU to manage extremely premature babies and deal with all the complications related to premature children. We manage Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) cases, severe sepsis and deal with practically all the critical conditions that can happen to a newborn. We have a very good team of skilled sisters, highly qualified, experienced, and dedicated doctors, full-time registrars, and in-house consultants. We are privileged to have the support of the neonatology super and subspecialty doctors like cardiologists, radiologists, and surgeons in our team." - DR. ANIRBAN BASU, MBBS, DCH

 

Consult a Doctor For Your General Health. The OPD at Ruby General Hospital is Open From 8 am to 8 pm
Due to the pandemic, people have neglected their general health. It is advisable that all of you consult your doctor at the earliest possible opportunity. Ruby General Hospital's Outpatient Department is open from 8am to 8pm and the Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

For OPD Doctor Booking Please Call 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343 | Ruby General Hospital
Due to the pandemic, people have neglected their general health. It is advisable that all of you consult your doctor at the earliest possible opportunity. Ruby General Hospital's Outpatient Department is open from 8am to 8pm and the Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

Consultants Of All Specialties At Ruby Hospital Are Available In The Outpatient Department 24x7
The Covid pandemic has disrupted the normal life and people have been ignoring their general illnesses. A sincere request to all to consult your doctor at the earliest. Consultants of all specialties at Ruby General Hospital are available in the Outpatient Department from 8am to 8pm and 24 X 7 at the Emergency Department. For booking: 8910657537 / 6289300927 / 6290820343

 

Mr. Prasenjit Chatterjee Is Wishing A Very Happy Doctor's Day | Ruby General Hospital
Mr. Prasenjit Chatterjee Is Wishing All The Front Liners, Doctors, Nurses Of Ruby Hospital A Very Happy Doctor's Day. It Is Highly Commendable The Way They Have Been Supporting The Society For The Last One And Half Years. Stay Safe, Stay Healthy And Above All, Stay By The Society As Always.

 

Do You Ever Think About What Surfaces Your Hands Touch Every Day? - Dr. Sourav Maiti | Ruby Hospital
"An astrologer will be able to predict your future by reading your palm, but, in the 21st century, we can build our own future. Do you ever think about what surfaces your hands touch every day, maybe, a doorknob, wallet, or the pen used for writing? There are multiple viruses, bacteria, germs, including the Covid virus present around us, so, do not forget to practice hand hygiene with soap and alcohol-based sanitizer." - DR. SOURAV MAITI, MBBS, MD (Microbiology), DNB (Microbiology), MNAMS

 

Trauma Is Very Devastating Especially Road Traffic Accidents - Dr. Dibyadip Mukhopadhyay | RGH
"Trauma is very devastating especially Road Traffic Accidents and multisystem trauma which are potential causes of mortality worldwide. Critical Care support in any case of trauma is very vital as it has to be managed within a minimum time limit. Another aspect of trauma is pain management. Please consult your doctor without delay so that the problems can be addressed immediately." - DR. DIBYADIP MUKHOPADHYAY, MBBS, MD (Anaesth), PDCC (Pain Management), FCCS (Critical Care)

 

Ruby Critical Care Stands By During COVID | DR. DIGBIJOY CHOUDHURY, MBBS, DNB (Family Medicine)
Numerous people have been affected by the Covid second wave and many required critical care support. With the support of our well manned and equipped Critical Care Unit, we have been able to cure many Covid patients. Though the second wave is declining, we need to remember that the third wave is knocking on the door. We have to follow all the safety measures like wearing mask and getting vaccinated. Vaccination can prevent the third wave. Ruby Critical Care team is always there by your side. | DR. DIGBIJOY CHOUDHURY, MBBS, DNB (Family Medicine)

 

Urology at Ruby General Hospital is Advancing Rapidly | DR. KUMAR GAURAW, MBBS, MS, DNB (Urology)
There are a lot of recent advances in urological surgery techniques like laser surgeries, micro surgery and advanced laparoscopic surgeries. At Ruby General Hospital, we have all the facilities available at an affordable cost and whenever required one can consult at the OPD either physically or through telemedicine. | DR. KUMAR GAURAW, MBBS, MS, DNB (Urology)

 

Ruby General Hospital has been accredited by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences
"We are glad to announce that Ruby General Hospital has been accredited by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences for DNB in the department of General Surgery this year. It will be a great boon for the MBBS students to learn General Surgery at Ruby Hospital, where we have a variety of cases from Laparoscopy to Bariatric to cancer surgeries and even Uro surgeries. So, this will be a big help to bridge the gap of Post Graduate training in India." - DR. SUJOY RANJAN DEB, DY MEDICAL DIRECTOR, RUBY GENERAL HOSPITAL

 

Daycare Laparoscopy Facility - Patients Need Not Stay Overnight At The Hospital - Dr. Sumanta Dey
"Because of Covid scenario, please do not ignore the problems which require surgical intervention. At Ruby General Hospital we have Daycare Laparoscopy facility, where a patient gets admitted in the morning and return home at night post surgery. Patients need not stay overnight at the hospital and be with their dear ones and have a speedy recovery. With the help of daycare laparoscopic and micro surgery, hernia, gall bladder, appendix, piles, fistula, and fissures are treated successfully. Do not delay and consult your doctor at the earliest." - DR. SUMANTA DEY, MS, DNB, MNAMS, FMAS, FNB - Minimal Access Surgery

 

In The Age Of Micro Neurosurgery, Spine Surgery Is Safe - Dr. Prasanna A V | Ruby General Hospital
Spine diseases cause loss of most man hours than any other disease in the world. Spine surgery is very safe with the advent of micro neurosurgical concepts, improved instrumentation and minimally invasive techniques. Side effects and complications post surgery are very rare along with a hospital stay of around 2 to 3 days. One can resume work in 4 to 5 days as maximum patients start walking immediately post surgery. Early diagnosis and treatment is very essential otherwise spinal cord injury can be irreversible even post surgery. - DR. PRASANNA A V, MBBS, MS, DNB, MCh (Neuro Surgery)

 

Lung Disorders Can Present With Various Symptoms - Dr. Madhu Priya | Ruby General Hospital
"Lung disorders can present with various symptoms like dry cough associated with expectorations, shortness of breath, fever and other symptoms like generalized weakness and loss of appetite. These diseases can be infective and non infective, like TB is a bacterial infection and other bacterial pneumonias, viral pneumonia among which Covid is a very common entity. Nowadays patients present with progressive shortness of breath and cough without any previous history. Early detection and treatment can prevent further complications." - DR. MADHU PRIYA, MBBS, MD (Gold Medalist) Pulmonary Medicine

 

Ruby Emergency Team Understands the Importance of the Golden Hour | Ruby General Hospital, Kolkata
Ruby General Hospital's Emergency Care Department offers enhanced prospects for the focussed treatment of emergency patients. With a 30 bedded fully equipped Emergency Department, Ruby General Hospital's Emergency Care provides a fresh glimmer of hope for those in need of emergency treatment at golden hour.

 

Among Endocrine Disorders, Diabetes Is The Most Important And Common Problem - Dr. Ajitesh Roy | RGH
"Among endocrine disorders, diabetes is the most important and common problem and its two dreaded complications are Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) and Hyperglycaemic Hyperosmolar Nonkinetic Coma (HONK). These patients are presented with nausea, vomiting, pain abdomen, and lethargy. If you have such symptoms, consult an Endocrinologist or visit the Emergency Department at the earliest." - DR. AJITESH ROY, MD (Gen Med), DM (Endo), Chief of Endocrinology

 

Special Message On 7th International Yoga Day - Dr. Rakesh Jhalani | Ruby General Hospital
Best wishes to all on the 7th International Yoga Day. Yoga is a scientifically proven method for physical and mental well-being. It has become more important in the Covid era. It is very simple to practice as it does not require expensive equipment or a large space. All are requested to practice yoga whoever is medically fit. - DR. RAKESH JHALANI, MBBS, MD. HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION, RUBY GENERAL HOSPITAL & RUBY CANCER CENTRE

 

Dr. Prerna Pallavi is Talking About The Most Common Presenting GI Complaints | Ruby General Hospital
"The most common presenting GI complaints are pain abdomen, vomiting, loose stool, presence of blood in the vomitus and stool, or black stool, jaundice, weight loss, swallowing difficulty. The non-specific rise in liver enzymes can be early presentation of underlying chronic liver disease. The other mentioned symptoms may be early features of life-threatening conditions like GI bleed or chronic liver diseases or inflammatory bowel disease or early features of malignancy. Early diagnosis and treatment is of utmost importance." - DR. PRERNA PALLAVI, MBBS, DNB (GEN MED), DNB (GASTRO)

 

Staying Awake Till Late Night Can Cause Critical Problems In Our Body - Dr. Indranil Mitra | RGH
"As you all know that the Eurocup 2021 and Copa America 2021 championships are being aired late nights, so, all the football enthusiasts are keeping awake all night which is resulting in various issues like indigestion, stomach disorder, gastro problems, heart ailments and they tend to overlook it. It is an earnest request not to overlook these problems and come to Ruby Emergency for the much needed care and get cured. Showing up at the Emergency Department does not mean that one will be advised admission, instead, all necessary investigations will be done to rule out any further health risk and if admission is required for the same then one might be advised to do so. Please do not neglect your health and come to the hospital for proper care and cure." - DR. INDRANIL MITRA, CONSULTANT IN CHARGE, EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

 

Ruby General Hospital has a well equipped Critical Care Unit for all types of hematological disorder
Haematological disease refers to benign and malignant diseases. Leukemia, Lymphoma and Myeloma are malignant ones, while, different types of anaemia, bleeding disorder and aplastic anaemia are benign diseases. Ruby General Hospital has a well equipped Critical Care Unit to manage all types of haematological disorders. Do not delay and consult your haematologist.

 

Overcoming the challenges in Renal Replacement Therapy - DR. SOURAV DHARA | Ruby General Hospital
"Managing a critically ill patient with renal dysfunction is always a great challenge. Patients requiring Renal Replacement Therapy are most of the times in Multiorgan Dysfunction Syndrome (MODS), have low BP and are already on vasopressor support. The Critical Care team at Ruby General Hospital manage these patients with invasive monitoring so that the Renal Replacement Therapy can be completed achieving all the intended benefits." - DR. SOURAV DHARA, MBBS, MD (ANAESTHESIOLOGY), FNB (CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE), EDIC

 

Critical Care & Neurology Are Related In Managing Patients - Dr. Raktim Guha | Ruby General Hospital
"Critical Care and Neurology are related in managing patients. In neurological emergencies like acute stroke or traumatic brain injury, Critical Care team supports them by managing airway, breathing and circulation. Likewise, critically ill patients require neurological assistance in diagnosing and differentiating different causes of altered sensorium or limb weakness." - DR. RAKTIM GUHA, MBBS (Hons., Gold Medalist), MD (Anaesthesiology), FNB (Critical Care Medicine)

 

Importance Of Intensive Care & Advanced Respiratory Support - Dr. Rimita Dey | Ruby General Hospital
"In the present pandemic, the importance of Intensive Care and advanced respiratory support can't really be over emphasized, but, the importance is the realization that these supports are needed not only in the Covid scenario, but, also in non-Covid scenario like trauma, pancreatitis and other places where Intensive care is really important. Being equipped with advanced respiratory support, non-invasive ventilation or ventilator support with advanced modes and with the help of our trained staff, we can really cater to all the needs of the patients who require intensive care in both covid and non-covid settings." - DR. RIMITA DEY, MBBS, MD ( GEN MED), FNB, FELLOWSHIP IN CRITICAL CARE, EDIC

 

Medical Emergency? We're Available 24x7 | Ruby General Hospital, Kolkata
"Golden Hour management of patients presented in the Emergency Department within an hour of Road Traffic Accident (RTA) is very important and if properly managed, the patients tend to have decreased complications and mortality rate, thus, increasing the survival rates. The Emergency Department of Ruby General Hospital is well equipped to meet the needs for management of patients presented within the Golden Hour." - DR. INDRANIL MITRA, MBBS, CONSULTANT IN CHARGE, EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Emergency Helpline: 9831179175 / 9748932100

 

Cancers Are Treatable If Detected At An Early Stage - Dr. Jayesh Kumar Jha | Ruby General Hospital
"Cancers are treatable if detected at an early stage. Diagnostic tests, specially, FNAC / Biopsy are done to diagnose cancer and they do not spread or cause cancer. Please consult your cancer specialist and get tested when advised without delay." - DR. JAYESH KUMAR JHA, MBBS, MS (Gen Surg), DNB (Gen Surg), MNAMS Visit: https://www.rubyhospital.com/cancer.php

 

Mr Subhasish Mukherjee's Advice for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby General Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Mr. Saikat Mitra's Advice for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby General Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Mr. Prosenjit Chatterjee's Advice for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Mr. Abhimanyu Mukherjee's Advice for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Ms. Manali Dey's Advice for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby General Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Mr. Ankush Hazra's Special Message for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario | Ruby Hospital
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

Some Important Advice of Respected Arun Bandyopadhyay for You to Stay Safe in the Present Scenario
Tele HEALTH, an innovative idea of Ruby General Hospital for your health in the present scenario. • Video Consult with Specialist Doctor from your home • More than 15000 people were helped Dial: 9831021980

 

"Proper care and oral hygiene prevents oral cancer. Quit smoking. Regular dental check up also prevents oral diseases."
DR. ANINDITA ACHARYA, BDS

 

"Oral care, with utmost importance to geriatric oral condition and rehabilitation with dental implants and maintenance of prophylaxis of gum diseases with root canal treatment facilities under radiographic diagnosis are done at Ruby General Hospital’s dental clinic."
DR. SUBHADEEP MUKHERJEE, MDS (Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon)

 

"Pain or swelling in the mouth, face or neck can mean a lot of things, consult with a dentist immediately."
DR. BHASKAR MUKHERJEE, BDS

 

"Ruby General Hospital is with you in creating a healthy, clean and safe society by providing adult vaccination in the facility."
DR. URBASHI AGARWALL, MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT

 

"At the click of a button get registered through Ruby General Hospital’s website and experience the telemedicine services. Reach us any time at your convenience in case of any emergency which is now one of the largest in Kolkata."
MS. SHIVETA SAMADDER, DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER

 

"Every minute counts… Trust Ruby General Hospital for emergency care within minutes."
DR. SUJOY RANJAN DEB, DEPUTY MEDICAL DIRECTOR, RUBY GENERAL HOSPITAL

 

"Our nursing team is a great support and have rendered services with full dedication and compassionately during the pandemic. Our nursing team is a great warrior and is still fighting."
DR. PARUL SAMADDER, NURSING DIRECTOR

 

"In Ruby General Hospital, we continuously strive to maintain our transparency in billing. Our endeavour is to reach reasonable health care at affordable prices to all people."
MR. ARINDAM SAMANTA, DIRECTOR FINANCE

 

"Personalised care in terms of day to day care requirement of patients and At Home atmosphere is the Mantra of patient service."
Ms. Debaleena Paul (Manager Operations, Ruby General Hospital)

 

"Our motto of Patient care includes empathy, compassion along with the highest standard of technical and clinical expertise."
Mr. Anupam Mukherjee (Manager Quality Assurance, Ruby General Hospital)

 

"The Critical Care department of Ruby General Hospital is well equipped to deal with multi-organ failure and has well-trained staff, technicians & doctors which are prerequisites for critical care treatment."
Dr. Sujay Samanta (HOD, Critical Care Unit, Ruby General Hospital)

 

"There is always a hope beyond what you see"
Mr. Ambuj Ghosh (AGM, Operations, Ruby General Hospital)