Joint Commission International
(JCI) Accredited Hospital

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Our mission at the ABH Women and Children’s Health Centre is to provide high quality, international standard healthcare for women and children. In our ultramodern facility equipped with the latest technology and advanced equipment, our renowned team of highly experienced and sincere doctors and nurses provide comprehensive care to children, from birth to adulthood, and to women in all stages of life, from their teenage years to pregnancy to menopause and beyond.

For Women

We offer all gynaecology and obstetric services, routine screening and preventive healthcare, diagnostic services, and can perform simple to complicated surgeries. We cover every aspect of women’s diseases, including cancer surgery and treatment. We also provide comprehensive services for our expecting mothers from pregnancy testing to prenatal and postnatal care. And we’re equipped to deliver babies for normal as well as high risk pregnancies in our comfortable and reassuring surroundings.

Preventive Health Care and Diagnostic Services and Treatment

We believe in taking care of healthy women. Preventive health checkups can provide information, education, and help diagnose disease in the early stages. We offer several different packages for preventative care:

  • Executive Health Check
  • Apollo Bramwell Hospital Health Check
  • Well Woman Checkup
  • Senior Citizen Health Check

General Gynaecology Services:

  • Pap smear and pelvic examination
  • Breast exam and mammography
  • Pregnancy screening
  • Colposcopy
  • 2 operation theaters fully equipped and managed
  • Diagnostic laparoscopy and operative laparoscopy available
  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy available
  • Operative microscope for microscopical procedure
  • All cancer surgeries performed


We provide thorough prenatal checkups from the 1st month of pregnancy to delivery, a normality scan, prenatal and postnatal counseling, and postnatal exercise education to strengthen the body after delivery.

We offer:

  • A special Obstetric Ward with a pre-delivery room, 2 delivery rooms and a post-delivery room specially designed for the comfort of the mother
  • A special operation theater fully equipped next to the delivery room
  • NICU in the obstetric department with trained doctors and staff to look after your newborn
  • A doctor available around the clock, with trained staff, cardiac monitoring and a CTG machine to monitor mother and baby’s well-being.
  • Choice of delivery including normal natural delivery, painless epidural delivery, etc.
  • A Labour Delivery Recovery Room (LDR) which offers delivery in the room with the presence of your spouse
  • High risk pregnancy checkups and deliveries managed by a team of expert multidisciplinary doctors

Infertility Department (ART and IVF)

Our Infertility Department at Apollo Bramwell Hospital offers complete Infertility Workups including vaginal ultrasound, ovulation study, HSG, laparoscopy and hysteroscopy, IVI, IVF and ICSI.




Babies born at Apollo Bramwell Hospital will benefit from a FREE membership of the Bramwell Baby Club and they can avail of the following exciting offers:


  • 10% discount on outpatient investigations until the age of 11 years
  • 10% discount on room rent and investigations for inpatients until the age of 11 years



FAQ on Bramwell Baby Club

  1. How can my baby become a member of the Club?
    All babies born at Apollo Bramwell Hospital will benefit from a FREE membership.
    Please provide us with a copy of the baby birth certificate to register for the Baby Club.
  2. Do I need to pay anything more on my current bill amount to become a member?
    No. This is a value-added service provided to all babies born at Apollo Bramwell Hospital.
  3. When I bring my baby to the hospital, what do I need to do to get the discount/benefit?
    The Smart card (Unique Hospital Identification Card) provided to your baby upon birth should be presented to the billing counter staff who shall take care of the rest.
  4. Do all my babies born at your hospital get the same benefits?
  5. Whom should I contact for more details?
    You can contact any of our Customer Service Staff at the Maternity/Reception/Billing Counter. Your queries can also be e-mailed to Our team will be happy to help you.


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