Welcome to the Department of Oncology at Kothari Medical Centre. We are committed to offering compassionate treatment to every patient dealing with cancer. We offer individualized treatment programmes with the dedicated efforts of our oncologists, nurses, and support personnel. We embrace updated protocol wise treatment and the highest level of empathy to provide patients and their families with knowledge and strength.
Why choose us?
- Kothari Medical Center has brought together the expertise within the hospital to provide comprehensive and coordinated care for patients with all types of cancers, including solid tumours and blood related diseases.
- The Department offers broad scope of cancer services, ranging from education, screening and diagnosis, to treatment, pain management and palliative care.
- The center has sub-specialists proficient in dealing with cancers of Head & Neck, Food pipe, Large Intestine, Liver, Gall Bladder and Pancreas, Kidney, Bladder and Prostate, Gynaecological Oncology, Paediatric Cancers, Breast Cancer, Blood Cancer
- We take a comprehensive approach to cancer care, bringing experts from several fields together to cooperate on treatment regimens. Patients will receive the most effective and personalised care possible as a result of this.
The Packages of Convenience
The medical field of oncology focuses on the early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Our oncology department is committed to offering patients with various forms of cancer, including solid tumours and blood-related malignancies, comprehensive care.
Depending on the type and stage of the disease, the patient’s general health, and updated treatment protocol, individual cancer treatment programmes are developed for each patient.
Our oncologist will review your medical history, conduct a physical exam, and perhaps request additional tests to confirm or evaluate your cancer diagnosis during your initial appointment. After that, we’ll discuss your treatment options and address your queries.
Although our primary focus is on evidence-based treatments, we are open to discussing alternatives and, if necessary, can offer advice on how to incorporate them into your overall treatment plan.
There are occasionally adverse outcomes from cancer therapies. Our staff will keep a close eye on your development and offer supportive care to handle any potential adverse effects.
Imaging studies (such as CT scans, MRIs, and X-rays), biopsies, blood tests, and genetic testing are commonly used to identify cancer. The specific diagnostic strategy is determined by the type and stage of cancer suspected.
During your first visit, you will be evaluated thoroughly, which may involve a physical examination, a review of your medical history, and other testing if necessary. Your oncologist will go over your diagnosis and treatment choices with you, as well as answer any questions you may have.
The Oncology Department frequently provides educational resources and cancer prevention and early detection information. You can also learn more by attending community events, seminars, and workshops organised by the hospital or cancer support organisations.