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Fatima Hospital is a 200 beded multi specilaity hospital with various departments. It was established in the year 1995.Hospital has various departments like medicine, Orthopaedics, General Surgery, Gynacology etc.

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Fatima Institute of Medical Science (FIMS)is the educational wing of Fatima hospital which is affiliated to Uttar Pradesh State Medical Council NIOS and IMA. es offered here are Diploma in Nursing, Diploma in medical Laboatory Techniques.

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•General Medicine •Cardiology •General Surgery •Laproscopic Surgery •Gynecologyand Obsterics •Pediatrics •Orthopedics •Cardio Thoracic •Opthalmology •ENT •Dental •Physiotherapy •Emergency •Radiology and Imaging •Laboratory

Sunday, 12 September 2021

Free medical check-up camp for the flood affected people of Gorakhpur

 A free medical check-up camp for the flood-affected people of Gorakhpur was organized by Fatima Hospital Gorakhpur on 11.09.2021 at Laldiggie Park. More than 700 persons affected by flood were checked and provided medicine by Fatima team. The medical team was comprised of Dr. Bhupendra Kumar, Dr. Noor Hassan, Ms. Kirti Singh, Mr. Anil Chaurasia, Mr. Joel Clearance. Special congratulation and appreciation to the TEAM....








Saturday, 11 September 2021

10 Things you should know to take care of your infant


Holding your newborn in your arms for the first time is a surreal feeling. There is nothing like it and there will never be. There is excitement, nervousness, fear, and happiness all amalgamated together.

However, more than anything, the fear of mishandling, hurting or discomfiting the baby troubles the parents. The first time parents suffer from this feeling a lot more than the ones having their second or third child.

The confusion and uncertainty regarding the child’s care and comfort are absolutely normal. After all, you are dealing with a life that cannot do anything but sleep, eat, and poop on his or her own. Understanding his or her needs and fulfilling them in a proper way is a big responsibility.

However, if you know a few basic things and are constantly in touch with your pediatrician, it becomes somewhat easier for you to take care of your baby. The pediatrician will inform you regarding the things to do and the things to avoid during the pre-delivery phase. It also helps to have someone to guide you in the immediate post-delivery, especially if it’s the first child. Having a pediatrician sorts this problem out.

Nonetheless, there are few things that a new or a to-be parent should know about a child and child care. The article lists the most common and basic queries and issues that a new parent deals with.

Wait for 6 weeks

The baby had been living in a sack of water for nine months. The baby is accustomed to doing nothing. In eating, sleeping, and excreting the baby is already doing more work than he or she has ever done. It would take him or her at least 6 weeks to adjust to this new world that they have come into. Therefore, if your baby doesn’t smile at you or respond to your calling, there is nothing to worry about. all you have to do is wait for your younger one to be able to comprehend you and himself or herself. And till then you have to take very good care of him or her without any reward.

Umbilical cord

The umbilical cord of a newborn baby is one of the most fascinating things about him or her. It is a pipe-like thing that connects a baby to the mother. It is through this umbilical cord that the mother provides nutrition to the unborn baby.

After the delivery of the baby, the umbilical cord is cut and it takes a little time to heal. However, for the first few days, it needs to be handled very carefully. During bathing or wiping the baby with a cotton cloth, you should be careful to keep the area dry. If there is any kind of injury or there is blood in the area, it’s normal. But if the blood flow continuously you should immediately seek medical help.

Soft spot on the head

The soft spot on the baby’s head is a concern for many new parents. However, it’s not something to be concerned much about. It is just a gap in the skull bone that gets filled by the age of 9 to 18 months. There is a problem only if there is some kind of injury otherwise it is perfectly fine to touch it.

Nutrition

A newborn baby has a tiny stomach. It cannot hold a large amount of food at once. This is the reason why an infant needs to be fed frequently. Generally, a newborn baby should be fed every 2 to 3 hours.

One way to ensure that the baby is getting enough nutrition is to check whether the baby has gained the weight that he or she lost in the first week.

Crying

The crying of a newborn baby can unsettle the parents at first. But you should be prepared because there is going to be a lot of it. Crying is the only way that a baby has for communicating with you. Whether they need something, something is bothering them, they are hungry, they are wet or they simply want to be held, they will convey their message through crying. Therefore, the crying should not be ignored and you have to learn to understand what the baby is trying to convey.

Sleeping

A newborn baby has simply four jobs- eating, crying, pooping, and sleeping. It is obvious that he or she is going to spend a lot of time sleeping. However, his or her sleeping time should not be prolonged. If the baby doesn’t wake up by himself or herself, you should wake the baby up after 3 hours to feed him or her.

Bathing

Unlike adults, a newborn baby should not be bathed daily. In fact, bathing should be avoided completely in the first week in order to allow the umbilical cord to healing. Also, the baby doesn’t get very dirty so a wipe with a cotton cloth and warm water should suffice. The baby also has a protective layer of white color to fight against bacterial infection when he or she is born. This layer is shed by the baby by the end of the first week. Therefore, bathing after that would be more appropriate.

Hormones

Sometimes, few unusual or unexpected things can be observed about your baby such as- the appearance of a breast for a pinkish discharge in your baby girl’s diaper. This can be the result of the hormonal imbalance that the mother has been suffering from throughout the pregnancy. Similar symptoms are generally not a danger sign.

Spoiling the baby

Attending to your baby’s every cry for holding them will not spoil your baby. Babies at this stage, need and deserve all the affection in the world that you can gather. This acts as the foundation of your bond with the baby in the coming times.

Handling

Even if it’s your baby, you need to keep a few things in mind while handling a newborn. You should wash or sanitize your hands before touching the hands of the face of the baby. While holding a baby, you should give support to the baby’s head and neck.

The most important thing to realize, however, is that this is a very special phase of the baby as well as the parent’s life and it will not last forever. Whether you hate it when you love it, it will be over before you know. Hence, you should fully enjoy the first moments and experiences of your baby in the world no matter what.

Blog Reference: https://pediatriciangaurcity.drnaveenpandey.com/10-things-care-infant/ 


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Sunday, 13 September 2020

Admission Notification for DMLT Batch 2020 - 2022.

Admission Notification for DMLT Batch 2020 - 2022.

The list of Provisionally Selected and Wating List Candidates names for the DMLT Admission 2020 is published on our website. Kindly access the list from the website news feed and download section. A circular regarding the same is also attached. Candidates who are selected and in the waiting list may kindly go through the circular carefully and act in accord. The link to the website is given below:

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Friday, 4 September 2020

Fatima Hospital is now NABH Accredited Hospital

Fatima Hospital Gorakhpur is now NABH Accredited Hospital. The first-ever Multispeciality Hospital in Gorakhpur to achieve this accreditation...


 

Saturday, 29 August 2020

NABH Pre-entry Level Accreditation for Fatima Hospital Gorakhpur

It is indeed a great honor for us to inform you that Fatima Hospital Gorakhpur has been granted the NABH Pre-entry level Accreditation by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH) and it is the first multi-specialty Hospital in Gorakhpur to receive this accreditation. We thank you all for your continued support and encouragement in the health care service of the people of Gorakhpur. Thank you...... #nabhhospital #nabhhospitalingorakhpur #fatimahospitalgorakhpur #nabhaccreditation #Gorakhpurnews



 

Saturday, 1 August 2020

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Fatima hospital is 200 bedded specialty hospital located in Gorakhpur district, delivering services to the rural people within the remit of 25 medical disciplines that are managed by qualified and well trained medical specialists, nurses and other health care professionals.

We aim to give "holistic care" ministering to the different dimension of a person's needs by providing physical, spiritual, emotional and psychological care. In recognition of the "wholeness" of the person, the Hospital's motto “Life in its fullness” aptly sums up the manner by which it carries out its ministry of care.
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