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Our Neonatology Doctors


Dr Ravinder Reddy Parige

Dr Ravinder Reddy Parige

HOD Neonatology and Pediatrics

MD, MRCPCH (UK), FRCPCH(UK), CCT(UK)

Timings: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm

Dr M Navitha

Dr M Navitha

Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician

MBBS, DCH Fellowship in Neonatology

Timings: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm

Dr M Sai Sunil Kishore

Dr M Sai Sunil Kishore

Consultant Neonatologist

MD (Paed), DM (Neonatology)

Timings: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm

Dr Sunil Rahul CH

Dr Sunil Rahul CH

Sr. Consultant Neonatologist

DNB Pediatrics, Fellowship in Neonatology

Timings: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm

Dr Harisha Gopal

Dr Harisha Gopal

Consultant Neonatologist and Paediatrician

MBBS, MD (PAEDIATRICS), FIAP

Timings: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm

Neonatology in India

Our Neonatology department is a Medicover paediatrics subspecialty that specialises with the medical management of newborn newborns, particularly unwell or premature babies. In a soft, nurturing environment, the NICU at Medicover provides your infant with complete, highly specialised care by our experienced and dedicated team.

With innovative technologies created exclusively for premature infants, highly trained specialists provide compassionate care to the youngest and tiniest children. Treating Successfully:

  • Extremely premature infants
  • Newborns at high risk
  • Miscellaneous Covid & Covid-Related Complications
  • Infections in children
  • Pediatric situations that need the use of a ventilator and ECMO

Why Medicover for Neonatology

  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Incubator - Maintains a safe environment for neonates, with a focus on the treatment of severely ill or premature newborn newborns. It is an unique nursery in the paediatric department that is equipped with emergency machines and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's utilised to provide extra care for sick or premature babies. We provide the highest quality multidisciplinary care to our patients and the community by utilising an integrated and collaborative team approach to improve patient outcomes and quality of life; a professionally thriving enterprise for clinical professionals to continue to improve their skill set and competencies by providing them with adequate academic resources and tools, as well as a patient- and family-centered focus.
  • Children's Health
  • Autism Spectrum disorders Treatment
  • Cerebral Palsy Treatment
  • Child Development Disease Treatment
  • Children Reconstructive Surgery
  • Children's infectious diseases
  • Advanced Level III NICU care for premature and low birth weight neonates
  • Special care for Very low birth weight and Extremely low birth weight neonates
  • CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) and NIV (non-invasive ventilation)
  • Conventional and High Frequency Ventilation
  • Monitoring and support of vital functions not available in a general pediatric department or community hospital
  • Specialty medical and surgical care for all neonates – inborn and outborn
  • Neonatal care after surgery
  • Therapeutic hypothermia or Cerebral cooling (for newborns with hypoxic brain injury)
  • Continuous hemodynamic monitoring
  • Neonatal echocardiography and neurosonography

  • Frequently Asked Questions:


    In general, neonatologists perform the following services: Diagnose and treat infants who have respiratory problems, infections, or birth abnormalities. Coordinate care and manage newborns who were born prematurely, severely unwell, or in need of surgery.


    Rather than specializing in a specific organ system, neonatologists care for babies who need to be hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). They may also serve as general pediatricians, evaluating and caring for newborns at the hospital where they are appointed.


    In general, neonatologists care for babies during birth because of difficulties or conditions in the mother or child that may need intervention in the delivery room. Coordinate newborn care with OB/GYNs, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, and pediatricians.


    In addition to managing severely sick newborns on a daily basis, neonatologists attend high-risk deliveries, provide supportive care to infants from birth, and regularly undertake technical operations such as endotracheal intubation and central venous and arterial catheter insertion.


    Doctors that specialize in the care of newborn children are known as neonatologists. Newborns can offer a unique mix of health concerns that need a high level of ability and medical knowledge to address. This is especially true for preterm babies and those who have undeveloped organs.