Adult patients are handled by our general doctors, who are highly qualified specialists who offer a variety of non-surgical health care. They treat patients with complex, debilitating, or unusual medical conditions and follow up with them until the issues are resolved or stabilized.

Much of their work takes place with hospitalized patients and most general physicians also see patients in their consulting rooms.
General surgeons are doctors who concentrate on surgical procedures. Surgery is any procedure that alters body tissues to diagnose or treat a medical condition. A general surgeon is a component of a surgical team that also includes an anesthesiologist, nurses, and surgical technicians.

Their broad range of experience differentiates General Physicians from other specialists who limit their practice to problems involving just one body system or to a special area of medical knowledge.

What Does a General physician Do?

  • Reviewing patients’
  • Diagnosing diseases, injuries, and other health disorders:
  • Prescribing and administering appropriate treatments

What Does a General Surgery Do?

  • The alimentary canal
  • The abdomen and its contents
  • The skin and soft tissue, including the breasts
  • The head and neck,
  • The blood vessels and heart
  • The system (hormones and glands)
  • Surgical treatment of cancer
  • Surgical management of traumatic injuries
  • Care of critically ill patients with the surgical need

21 +

Years Of Expertise

11,700 +

Successful Surgeries

590,315 +


99 %

Success Rate