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  • Dilip Kumar

    Dr.Anand councling & treatment Was very good that's why my baby doing good, staff in second floor rooms r very nice .Thanks to Ankura hospital.

  • kiarn kumar

    This hospital tretement is well and god responding for Pt and best communication with peoples

  • Mani Reddy

    "This is the best hospital in this area.Doctors are very cooperative Nursing staff was good."

  • Gande Srimahalaxmi

    My baby girl born in 7months recovered gd , neonatology care was gd n gd doctors ,am very thankful to all d doctors including staff.

  • MANI RAVI

    Best hospital in twin cities...... Best doctors and nursing staff..... I recommend childrens...........

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Ankura Hospitals


Most Trusted Hospital for Women & Children Care

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise, we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear” – Gautam Buddha

The bond between a mother and her child, the miracle of birth, has always been the genesis of all life in this universe. Since medieval times, the miracle of birth and the bond between mother and child has been a special facet of human existence.Ankura Hospitals is a chain of super-specialty hospitals for women and children in the cyber city of Hyderabad. Set up in the year 2011 in KPHB, near Hitech Railway Station, the Ankura Hospitals family has today spread its wings to Secunderabad, Khammam and Vijayawada.

Working on the core principles of Teamwork, Service, and Professionalism, Ankura Hospitals has set up state-of-the-art maternity and infant care systems in the city of Hyderabad and prides itself on its team of highly qualified professionals.

From the moment you walk into Ankura Hospital for Women and Children, you will realise that for us, this is not just about efficiency and professionalism, but it is also a labour of love. From the bright, colourful interiors that will put mother and child instantly at ease, to our team of doctors who blend their valuable experience with care and compassion, we think of every minute measure so that you can celebrate the joy of life and birth.

Our Team of Doctors

Dr. V. Krishna Prasada Rao

MBBS, MD(Ped), DCH, Fellow in Neonatology (Australia)

Dr. Sunil. M. Vidap

MBBS , DCH , Fellowship in Nanotology(IAP)

Dr. N. Naga Sirisha

MBBS , DCH , Fellowship in Neonatology

Dr. C. Aparna

MBBS, MD (Pediatrics), DM (Neonatology), AIIMS

Dr. Md. Khalil Khan

MD (Ped), Fellowship in Pediatric
Critical Care (IAP – ISCCM)
Consultant Pediatrician & Pediatric Intensivist

Dr. Anand Subhash Wani

DNB (Pediatrics)

Dr. Reena Mathew

MBBS , MD (Paediatrics)

Dr. B. Shravanti Reddy

MBBS , MD (Paediatrics)

Dr. Deepthi .V

M.B.B.S ,  DGO

Dr. Aruna Kumari .M

MBBS, MS OBG
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Dr. T. Srinidhi

MBBS, MD(PED)
Consultant Pediatrician

Dr. C. Suman Kumar

MD (Peds), DAA(CMC, Vellore), Pediatric Asthma & Allergy Specialist

Dr. C. Swapna

MBBS, DGO
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Dr. K. L. Poornima

MBBS, DGO, DNB
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Infertility Specialist

Dr. P. Sandeep Reddy

MBBS, DCH
Consultant Pediatrician

Dr. Vijay Lakshmi Kodali

MBBS, DGO
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Dr. Eshwar Reddy Eluri

MBBS, MD (PEDIATRICS), FELLOWSHIP IN NEONATOLOGY
Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician

Dr. Rakesh Challagulla

MBBS, MD (PEDIATRICS)
Consultant Pediatrician

Dr. V.V.S. Chandrasekharam

MBBS , M.Ch. (Gold Medalist, AIIMS, New Delhi), FIAPS

Dr. Lalatendu Kumar

MBBS , DNB (Pediatric Surgery) MNAMS, Fellowship in Pediatric-Urology

Dr. Anupama K Nair

Fetal Cardiology (Boston, USA & London, UK)
FNB-Pediatric Cardiology, New Delhi, India

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I need to join back work after the delivery. How do I manage breastfeeding?

You can always get a breast pump in that case. You need not worry even if you are not being able to get as much milk. There are supplements to help your situation and keep your baby healthy.

Can I workout at the Gym or swim?

Yes! Swimming is a good idea, but you must do it based on your doctor’s advice preferably. Heavy weights are not a good idea, but you can speak to an authorised gym instructor who is specially trained in pregnancy workouts. Exercising is always a good way to be active and healthy.

How can I keep fit during pregnancy?

Good food, breathing exercises and being happy are the key to a happy pregnancy. You can opt for antenatal classes like yoga and lamaze from you second trimester.

Will my bones become weak after pregnancy?

This is a common myth that most women may have. Women usually have calcium issues post pregnancy where the bones become delicate. It is very important to have a good calcium rich diet before, during and after pregnancy to avoid any risks. You can also have calcium supplements.

Is pregnancy a painful thing?

Pregnancy is a part of a woman’s life. As we all know that there is no gain without any pain, pregnancy also has it’s own easy and tough times. It is a wonderful feeling to have a life inside yourself but you will also have to go through cramps and kicks at times. There is nothing to worry with regard to painful situations.