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If you’ve fallen behind on your annual check up, it’s a good time to catch up. The Nita Ambani-led Mumbai’s Sir H N Reliance Hospital has slashed prices for a special slew of annual check up packages for women for 8 days starting from 8-15 March to coincide with Women’s Day celebrations across the world.

hosp 380Across the globe, women in positions of social, economic, cultural and political leadership are pledging to take action as champions of gender parity. #PledgeForParity and #IWD2016 are the two hashtags doing the rounds ahead of Women's day specials.

This year, the United Nations has chosen a woman gynecologist to kick off its interactive timeline of women in history to celebrate Women's Day that falls on 8 March. Recognized as one of the first female gynecologists, Agnodice is said to have courageously practiced medicine in Greece when women faced the death penalty for doing so. Eventually caught, she was vindicated and allowed to continue when patients came to her defense.

Announcing a raft of gynaecology specials, Reliance Hospital has slashed the price of mammograms, pap smear and related Well Women checks by almost 50%.

For details of Reliance Hospital specials, call 1800221166 or email: ehc@rfhospital.org

Reliance Hospital is located at Raja Rammohan Roy Road, Prarthana Samaj, Girgaon, Mumbai.

The Well Women package will now cost Rs 7,500, down from the earlier Rs 11,500.

What do you get for Rs 7,500?

Diabetes evaluation
Cardiac Risk Evaluation
Lipid profile (mini)
Liver profile
Kidney profile
General blood work (CBC)
Routine urine and stool tests
Hormone profile
Imagining, including mammograms
Special procedures
Pap smear
Consultation

The Special Women’s Day Package costs Rs 3500 down from Rs 6550.

What do you get for Rs 3,500?

USG Pelvis
Full BodyDEXA BMD
Mammography
Pap smear
Gynaecology consultation

Cevical cancer vaccination for Rs 1,500 per round covers three vaccines over 6 months if enrolled during the validity period.

Oncology at Reliance Hospital

Oncology is a special focus area at Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre powered by close collaboration with University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center - widely acclaimed as the world's premier cancer centre. Nita Ambani, founder and chair of Reliance Foundation, is the first Indian and the second Asian to join the Board of MD Anderson.

Reliance Foundation Hospital focuses on the biggest killers of Indian populations – cancers of the breast, head and neck, gastrointestinal tract and genitourinary organs.

More than 1 million people from India are diagnosed with cancer each year, and it’s estimated that there’s only one oncologist to care for every 2,000 cancer patients. So that region especially needs increased levels of cancer care. MD Anderson experts have been working with Reliance Foundation to guide the development of a multidisciplinary cancer center at Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai.

345 bed muti-speciality hospital

Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre is a 345-bed, multi-speciality tertiary care hospital with woman and child health as one of its 6 thrust areas. Cardiac care, Nephro-urology, Neurosciences, Oncology and orthopaedics are the other five.

All the rooms in this 345-bed, multi-Speciality tertiary care hospital are designed to enjoy direct sunlight.

The Tower is a newly-constructed 19-floor building which includes emergency medical services, outpatient department, in-patient services, diagnostics, operation theatre complex, executive health check and separate floors for day care, and woman & child health.

There’s an entire floor for free and subsidised in-patient beds and isolation rooms on each floor.

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First Published On : Mar 6, 2016 07:45 IST

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