Op Timings :

9am to 9pm

24 * 7 Helpline

24 * 7 Ambulance Service


The institute offers comprehensive services for outpatient and inpatient care for kidney stones, kidney failure, urological cancers, congenital diseases in children, male infertility, prostate health, male urology and reproductive system and female urology to mention a few. The diagnostic unit, wards, and operation theatres are well equipped with the latest medical advancements and abide by international standards for the benefit of patients during the treatment and hospital stay.

Stones in the Urinary Tract

Urinary tract stones are hard deposits of mineral that form in the kidney. They might grow bigger in the ureter or bladder. It can block the flow of urine and cause infection, pain, or bleeding. 

Urological Cancers Disease Treatment

  • Kidney Tumour: Kidney cancer or renal cancer occurs when a group of cells becomes malignant. Upon further growth, they become tumor (s) that disrupt normal kidney functioning.
  • Penile Cancer: When cancerous cells grow in the penis, they lead to penile cancer. Warts on the penis that discharge blood or other fluids can be a sign of penile cancer.
  • Prostate Cancer: It is one of the most commonly occurring cancers in men. Cancer develops in the prostate, a gland in men that produces the fluid that transports sperm.
  • Testicular Cancer: It occurs in the testicles, a gland that produces male sex hormones and sperm. It commonly occurs in young men between the ages of 15-35.
  • Bladder Cancer: It affects older men. Painless blood in the urine or painful passing or urine are symptoms that accompany the condition.

Stricture Urethra

If the urethra is narrowed down due to an inflammation or infection, the flow of urine can be blocked. This is referred to as Stricture urethra.

Prostate Health: The prostate performs an important function of producing sperm-carrying fluid. It also wraps around the urethra. Thus, ensuring its health ensures good urination and sexual health.

Male Infertility: Male infertility can arise due to low sperm count, abnormal functioning, or a blockage that disrupts sperm delivery. Other factors like inherited disorder or hormonal imbalance can also cause it.

Pediatric Urology Disease Treatment

Some of the commonly seen conditions include bladder exstrophy, cloacal anomalies, hernias, congenital defects such as duplex kidneys (incomplete or otherwise abnormal development of the genital organs), kidney stones, neurogenic bladder from spinal cord lesions, such as myelomeningocele,  ureteropelvic junction obstruction (blockage of urine flow from the kidneys), vesicoureteral reflux (backup of urine from the bladder toward the kidneys), hydronephrosis (kidney dilation, detected prenatally or in childhood), hypospadias (urine passage ending short of the end of the penis), Wilms tumor and other kidney tumors in children, rhabdomyosarcoma of the genitourinary system, testicular tumors, undescended testicles.

Prostate Surgery

  • Transurethral resection
  • Bipolar TURP

Kidney Failure / End-stage Kidney Failure

  • Vascular Access
  • PD Catheter insertion

Urologic Cancers

  • Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy
  • Inguinal Orchiectomy
  • Radical Cystectomy
  • Urinary Diversions

Stones in the Urinary Tract

  • Medical Expulsive Therapy (MET)
  • Ureteroscopic Lithotripsy (URSL)
  • Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL)
  • Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery (RIRS)

Stricture Urethra

  • Endoscopic Laser Procedures
  • Buccal Graft Urethroplasty
  • Skin Flap Urethroplasty
  • End-to-End Anastomotic Urethroplasty

Pediatric Urology

  • Hypospadias Surgery

Male Infertility

  • Vasectomy Reversal
  • Varicocelectomy

Female Urology

  • Stress Incontinence Surgery
  • UVF, VVF Surgery
  • Cystocele Repair
  • Bipolar TUR System for Prostate Surgery
  • Digital and Fiberoptic Flexible Ureteroscopes 
  • Advanced Endoscopic Instrumentation 
  • Fluoroscopy 
  • High definition Imaging Systems (SPIES)