Hospital Management System


We care for the Heart

The cardiology department is equipped with a wide range of resources to diagnose and treat all types of heart illnesses. Along with providing the necessary equipment, our department also offers cardiac treatments to children and adults, including coronary interventions, coronary angioplasties, balloon valvuloplasty, and procedures for congenital heart disease and peripheral vascular illnesses.

The treatment of coronary heart disorders is the sole focus of our team’s cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons, who received their training at the best institutions in India and abroad. Thousands of cardiac patients who come to us each year with complex heart issues have better results and a higher quality of life due to our groundbreaking work in preventing and treating cardiac disorders.

The team at Philadelphia Hospital is led by some of the top cardiologists in India, and our cutting-edge facilities complement the intricate nature of the cardiac care offered. We are India’s most sought-after cardiology facility because of our skilled cardiologists and post-operative care teams.

Types of Cardiologist

Clinical Cardiologist
Cardio-Oncologist (1)
Congenital Heart Specialist
peripheral interventional
Peripheral Interventional Cardiologist
Preventive Cardiologist
cardiac rehabilitation
Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist
Geriatric Cardiologist (1)
Geriatric Cardiologist
Critical Care Cardiologist
Critical Care Cardiologist

Clinical Services

We offer treatment for the following :
  • Atherosclerosis: Your arteries stiffen due to atherosclerosis, which is brought on by a slow accumulation of plaque. The signs of atherosclerosis may not manifest until you experience issues like a heart attack or stroke.
  • Atrial Fibrillation: The heart’s upper chambers are where atrial fibrillation, an irregular heartbeat, starts (atria). Dizziness, difficulty breathing, weariness, and palpitations are among the symptoms.
  • High blood pressure: If untreated, high blood pressure (hypertension) can be dangerous. An individual risks suffering a heart attack, kidney failure, or stroke.
  • Endocarditis: The lining of your heart’s chambers and valves becomes inflamed by endocarditis, which most frequently results from a bacterial infection. Endocarditis can be fatal if untreated.
  • Cardiomyopathy: Conditions that affect your heart muscle are referred to as cardiomyopathies. Your heart cannot effectively pump blood to the rest of your body if you have cardiomyopathy.
  • Heart Valve Disease: A reasonably typical issue with the valves that keep your blood flowing through your heart in one direction is heart valve disease.
  • Myocardial Infarction/Heart Attack: Myocardial InfarctionA blockage usually causes this in the arteries that supply blood to your heart. It can cause permanent heart damage if blood flow isn’t restored quickly.

Our Cardiologists

Our cardiologists are specialists in treating conditions of the heart and blood vessels. They can handle concerns with your heart valves, blood arteries, and other heart and vascular diseases in addition to treating chest pain, high blood pressure, and heart failure. They can request tests like echocardiograms, CT scans, and electrocardiograms to determine what’s wrong. Depending on their findings, they may recommend medication, assist you in establishing healthy exercise and dietary routines, or perform cardiac catheterization. They can both help you avoid developing heart disease and treat it. Our cardiologists will conduct a physical examination and speak with you about your medical background, family history, and symptoms.

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What is Cholesterol?

A soft, waxy substance called cholesterol is produced in the liver. It can be found in foods including shellfish, organ meats, milk fat, and egg yolks. You can lessen your elevated cholesterol levels by consuming foods that are low in calories, sugar, and saturated fats.

How frequently do women develop heart disease?

Heart diseases are one of the most significant causes of death for women over 40, particularly after menopause. The risk of heart disease significantly rises once a woman reaches the age of 50, which is roughly the time when menopause naturally occurs.

What nutritional changes can I make to lower my risk of heart disease?

A significant method to lessen or perhaps eliminate some heart disease risk factors is eating healthily. A heart-healthy diet can reduce blood pressure, blood sugar, and total and LDL ("bad") cholesterol and help you lose weight.

What must I do if I have coronary artery disease risk factors?

Numerous actions can be taken to lower your risk of developing heart disease. If your arteries are already clogged, adopting a healthy diet, getting more exercise, giving up smoking, and managing your stress can lessen the damage.