Frequently Asked Questions
Most wanted questions & answers
What is growth chartand are there different ones for girl and boy babies?
Girls and boys are measured on different growth charts because they grow in different patterns and at different rates.Growth charts are used to compare your child's height, weight, and head size against children of the same age. Growth charts can help both you and your health care provider follow your child as they grow. These charts may provide an early warning that your child has a medical problem.
How frequent should I schedule follow-ups for my child?
The number and frequency of your child's appointments will depend on their specific needs. The typical schedule, though, includes visits at 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, and 24 months. Some sites within our network are able to continue monitoring your child until age 5 if needed.
What should be the necessary vaccination for my child?
Babies are born with protection against some diseases because their mothers pass antibodies (proteins made by the body to fight disease) to them before birth. Breastfed babies continue to get more antibodies in breast milk. But in both cases, the protection is temporary. Immunization (vaccination) is a way to create immunity to (protection from) some diseases. This is done by using small amounts of a killed or weakened germ that causes the disease. Recommended vaccinations: • Chickenpox (varicella) vaccine • Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine (DTaP) • Hepatitis A vaccine (HepA) • Hepatitis B vaccine (HepB) • Hib vaccine •…
Do you provide post-discharge consults with the treating doctor? Do you charge for such consultations?
Our medical coordinators can review and monitor your post-discharge progress, rehabilitation and medical compliance through offshore interaction with you via telephonically if needed. This service is complimentary and is not charged.
What language does the staff speak in your hospital?
All our staffs speak fluent Hindi, English and Chhattisgarhi. A language interpreter can be arranged for you in case you wish to converse in your native language.
Does your hospital have any accreditation/Affiliations?
Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital has an unwavering focus towards quality accreditations and patient safety. We have Level 3A accreditation of our Neonatal Intensive care unit (NICU) from National Neonatal Forum, New Delhi. We also have affiliations to various government policies and Insurance/TPA companies for Cashless facility. Visit -
What do you mean by multi-specialty Children’s Hospital?
Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital is recognized as a multi-specialty Children’s Hospital – this essentially denotes that the hospital offers treatment and care for several medical specialties. Some of the key specialties at Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital include – Neonatology, Pediatric Intensive Care, Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric Neurology, Pediatric Gastroenterology, ,Pediatric Dentistry. The specialities work in close coordination with one another to ensure that the child receives comprehensive and consistent medical care. The specialties have a highly qualified nursing staff as well as counselors and others all round support and well-being.
What are the procedures done at Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital?
Bal Gopal Hospitals has been a pioneering in providing comprehensive paediatric surgical care. The team of surgeons and nurses at Bal Gopal are specially trained to treat foetal patients, neonates, infants, toddlers, children and young adults and perform a broad range of general and highly specialized surgical procedures.
When Should I visit Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital?
Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital partners with parents to ensure that the child is growing in a healthy and expected manner. We work with parents, especially first time ones to help them understand and equip themselves with the rigors of parenthood. At the same time, there are counselors to understand both child & parent emotional issues – how to help parents understand the child’s emotional needs and how to help the children build a stronger bond with the parents. Bal Gopal Hospitals works with parents on both preventive as well as treatment plans. Our pediatricians are excited to work with you…
What are the treatments/Specialty treatments provided by Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital?
Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital caters to well over 10specialties for Children covering the entire spectrum of child health issues. Some of the key specialties at Bal Gopal Children’s Hospital include – Neonatology, Paediatric Intensive Care, Paediatric Surgery, Paediatric Neurology, Paediatric Gastroenterology, Paediatric Dentistry and various others. Each of the specialties are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and helmed by some of the leading practitioners in their respective fields. Each specialty also employs a highly qualified nursing staff as well as counselors and others to ensure that your child receives the best possible care and support. Working in close coordination, the team…