General Medicine

The Department of General Medicine at the Citizens Specialty Hospital offers comprehensive healthcare facilities to patients suffering from various diseases. The department is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to diagnose and treat patients suffering from diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, thyroid disorders, arthritis, and pulmonary diseases. The department also advises adults about vaccinations. Advanced geriatric and palliative care facilities are also available under the guidance of experienced medical and paramedical staff.

The team also provides health education and expert counseling to the patients and their attendants in order to facilitate a speedy recovery. The team works in collaboration with the other specialty divisions for a complete evaluation of the patient's condition and performs complex procedures.

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The person should visit the general medicine department if he/she experiences the following:

  • Persistent fever
  • Severe cough and cold that lasts for over two weeks, along with congestion, fever, and shortness of breath
  • Persistent fatigue and lack of energy
  • Any symptom that indicates worsening of underlying medical conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disease, thyroid disorder, asthma, diabetes, arthritis, and Parkinson’s disease
  • Loss of appetite
  • Unintentional weight loss
  • Problem in sleeping
  • Difficulty in walking and an increased risk of falling
  • Memory problems
  • Constipation and urinary incontinence

The person may also visit the department of general medicine for vaccination, palliative care, and a routine checkup.

Routine checkups are generally recommended based on the age and underlying medical conditions of the patient. Some of the routine checkups are:

  • Cardiovascular health checkup: Routine cardiovascular examination is recommended in people with underlying heart disease to determine the efficacy of the medications and evaluate cardiovascular parameters. It is also recommended for people with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The comprehensive cardiovascular health checkup includes screening for diabetes and altered cholesterol levels.
  • Liver and kidney function checkup: Certain diseases or medications increase the risk of liver and kidney dysfunction. The doctor recommends routine kidney and liver function tests in such patients. These tests evaluate the functional status of these two organs.
  • Pediatric health checkup: The pediatric health checkup includes the analysis of vital parameters, such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels, and hemoglobin levels. Apart from these, the pediatrician also evaluates the developmental milestones of children.
  • Women's health checkup:Women's health checkups, along with evaluating vital parameters, include a pelvic examination, cancer screening, and a Pap smear test.

Some of the services provided by the Department of General Medicine are:

  • Diagnosis and management: The doctor performs a comprehensive evaluation of the patients and recommends tests for accurately diagnosing the condition. Once the disease is diagnosed, the patient is provided with optimal treatment.
  • Preventive care: The Department of General Medicine also provides preventive care through screening and checkups to prevent acute and chronic diseases. The doctor may also advise the patient to receive vaccines.
  • Referral:The doctor at the Department of General Medicine also refers the patient to a specialized doctor based on the symptoms or disease.
  • Follow-up care:The Department of General Medicine provides follow-up care to the patients in coordination with other departments at the hospital.