Internal medicine plays a crucial role as both the first line of contact for patients and the last line after specialized comprehensive care. The physician is to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions in adult patients as he is the first point of contact when a patient arrives at the hospital with a general medical concern.

At Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, the Internal Medicine Department provides consolidated care to both In and Outpatients, along with care for hospitalized patients with other broad ailments. The Physician performs initial assessments, orders diagnostic tests, and creates treatment plans. If a patient's condition is within his expertise, he can provide appropriate care. However, if the patient's condition requires specialized care, he will refer them to the appropriate medical specialists.

As the last line of contact after specialized comprehensive care, Internal Medicine doctors are often involved in coordinating a patient's overall treatment plan and ensuring continuity of care during and after hospitalization. They play a vital role in managing chronic medical conditions and addressing any new health issues that arise.

The Department is well equipped to manage chronic health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, lifestyle and obesity, thyroid disorders, lipid abnormalities, and various febrile illnesses like dengue, chikungunya, malaria, respiratory infections, joint pains, and septicaemic conditions.

Lifestyle-related issues, such as obesity, are significant contributors to various health problems. Our medical specialist focuses on personalized treatment plans that include dietary counseling, exercise regimes, and behavioral interventions to address obesity and promote healthy living. The Physician understands that each patient is unique and tailors interventions accordingly, improving the chances of sustained weight loss and better overall health outcomes.

The Internal Medicine Department's expertise also extends to the management of various febrile illnesses, including infectious diseases like dengue, chikungunya, and malaria. Timely and accurate diagnosis is crucial in these cases, as prompt intervention can prevent severe complications and ensure a faster recovery.

Moreover, the Internal Medicine Department places a special focus on caring for senior citizens through Geriatric Medicine. As people age, they may experience multiple health challenges and chronic conditions. Internal Medicine specialists are well-equipped to handle the unique health concerns of older adults, ensuring that they receive appropriate care to maintain their independence and quality of life.

In critical care settings, Internal Medicine plays a vital role in managing non-surgical patients who require intensive medical treatment. These patients typically have severe medical conditions or organ failures that necessitate close monitoring and specialized care.

Internal Medicine specialists, also known as intensivists in critical care, are trained to diagnose and manage a wide range of medical illnesses in adult patients. They collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as critical care nurses, respiratory therapists, and specialists in various medical disciplines, to provide comprehensive care.

The internal Medicine Department is the backbone of the hospital, therefore it is well connected to all other super specialties, as we understand that some patients may require a broader outlook.

Services Offered
  • Comprehensive preventive healthcare
  • Infectious Diseases like tropical fevers, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Urinary Tract Infection
  • Diabetes, Thyroid disorder, and other metabolic disorders
  • Geriatric Care
  • Critical Care
  • Allergy, Immunology
  • Anaemia
  • Non-Invasive Clinical Cardiology like Hypertension, CCF
  • Acute and Chronic pain management
Why Choose Us?

Jeevan Jyoti Hospital provides comprehensive care in general internal medicine and related specialties. Acute medical care is provided by a medical specialist round the clock and outpatient care is made available for at least 12 hours every day to suit everyone's work commitments.