Our primary care services are designed to be readily available, meticulously organized, and outcome-oriented.
The General Pediatric Department of the Miracle Hospital offers primary medical services for infants and children of all ages, from newborns to teenagers, with a particular emphasis on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of common illnesses. We provide a broad variety of outpatient treatments, such as checks on a regular basis, treatment for minor diseases, vaccines, and care for behavioral issues. We are aware of the significance of providing our patients with all-encompassing primary care and understand the specific requirements that our patients have at various phases of their children’s growth. We are prepared to provide same-day visits for your kid in the event that they are experiencing acute or ill symptoms.
In the event that a child requires treatment from a provider outside of our hospital, we have ready access to pediatric doctors and subspecialists across the hospital.
- Prenatal consultations
- Well child and adolescent check-ups
- School physicals
- Developmental screenings
- Sports physicals
- Care for minor illnesses and injuries
- Ongoing care for long-term and chronic illnesses such as asthma, ADHD, eczema, and obesity
- Management of children with special health care needs
Why choose Miracle Hospital for pediatric care?
Miracle Hospital is pleased to offer the services of its pediatric and internal medicine physicians, who offer continuity of treatment for every member of a family, from newborn babies to elderly patients and all ages in between. A physician who specializes in pediatrics and internal medicine will spend enough time with you and your family to get familiar with not just your medical conditions but also the social, emotional, and environmental aspects of your life that have an impact on your wellbeing.
Your Miracle Pediatric and Internal Medicine doctor will take into account your medical history, the medical history of your family, as well as your personal health goals and lifestyle, when determining the best course of therapy for you. If you or a member of your family has a problem that requires more specific care, the pediatrician and internist who treat you at Miracle Hospital can refer you to a specialist at Miracle Facility who has the required skills.
Yes, our outpatient units are available throughout normal business hours on all of the days that we are open. Outside of these times, the casualty department is staffed with trained pediatricians and neonatologists around the clock, every day of the week.
In this regard, the hospital has established the following policy:
Parents Parents/guardians should accompany their children to the hospital.
– All inpatients have official identification bands.
– Side railings are installed on inpatient beds.
– Except with the permission of the parents, visitors are not permitted in the neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.
– All babies wear an ID band with the baby’s name and ID number.
– In the hospital, newborns are given their mother’s complete name
Our Expert Pediatrician will suggest whether there is a current epidemic of dangerous illnesses such as RSV, the flu, whooping cough, or norovirus, and what precautions you may take to protect your kid.
Once the medicine is done, many of us don’t bother to take our child back to the pediatrician. Some of us even discontinue the medication abruptly once our kid begins to feel better. This is not the correct course of action. To avoid a return, a disease or infection should be adequately treated. Completing the entire term of treatment will assist your child in developing immunity to the sickness.
We are all huge fans of Dr. Google. However, depending on the Internet might lead to incorrect conclusions; for example, you may misdiagnose a normal cold as cancer. You should not, however, conceal your concerns from your child’s doctor, who is likely aware of your Sherlock Holmes-like investigative abilities. Feel free to ask our pediatrician for any health-related inquiries. Remember, only a certified kid expert with extensive real-world experience can understand your child’s symptoms and provide an accurate diagnosis.
If you see that your kid is not improving or if you believe that the sickness requires an expert opinion, speak with the pediatrician. Based on your child’s symptoms, they can recommend a specialist.
Certain diseases may require dietary restrictions for your child. Gluten and lactose, for example, can worsen several illnesses. Don’t neglect your child’s food. Make an appointment with our child’s specialist to discuss food recommendations.