General Medicine


General medicine, commonly known as internal medicine, is the branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of adult ailments. One of the most important parts of general medicine is the ability to comprehend and manage a wide range of medical disorders, including both acute and chronic illnesses. At Nephron Hospital, our team of highly skilled and experienced general practitioners works hard to give our patients the best care possible.


  • Internal Medicine: This branch of medicine focuses on diagnosing and treating illnesses and issues affecting the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and other internal organs.
  • Paediatrics: The diagnosis and treatment of diseases and illnesses affecting children and adolescents is the primary emphasis of this field’s processes. Paediatricians are uniquely trained to care for children from infancy to young adulthood, and they are conversant with the unique health needs of children at different developmental stages.
  • Cardiology: This branch of medicine focuses on recognising and treating diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system.
  • Pulmonology: This branch of medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of problems and illnesses affecting the lungs and respiratory system.
  • Endocrinology: This specialty focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of problems and diseases affecting the endocrine system, which produces hormones and regulates metabolism in the body.
  • Rheumatology: This specialty focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and autoimmune diseases and disorders.
  • Dermatology: This specialty focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of skin-related disorders and conditions.
  • Allergy and Immunology: This field is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of immune system disorders and allergies.


General medicine provides the following services:

  • Acute and chronic illness diagnosis and treatment: Our general practitioners are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical ailments, including but not limited to diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, respiratory disorders, and gastrointestinal issues.
  • Physical exam and diagnostic testing: Our primary care doctors do physical exams and order and read diagnostic tests to help figure out what’s wrong and how to treat it.
  • Preventative care: Our general practitioners place a strong emphasis on preventative care and offer advice on good lifestyle choices such as eating a nutritious diet and exercising regularly, as well as screenings and immunisations to help avoid the development of certain diseases.
  • Continuity of care: Our general practitioners work with specialists and other healthcare professionals to make sure that our patients get the best care possible, especially those with multiple chronic conditions like heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which require ongoing management and monitoring.
  • Geriatric care: Our family doctors are highly trained to care for the elderly and handle age-related ailments.
  • Minor surgeries: Our primary care doctors are also able to do minor procedures like removing skin lesions, giving joint injections, and other minor surgeries. 
  • Mental health: Our general practitioners check for and treat common mental health problems like depression, anxiety, and stress.

We at Nephron Hospital realise the importance of providing our patients with comprehensive and high-quality care. That is why we are dedicated to providing our patients with the best possible care. Our general medicine department is continually growing, and we endeavour to be on the cutting edge of general medicine innovations.


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