Facilities & Amenities in Yashoda hospital

Yashoda Hospitals’ in-patient accommodation is hygienic and spacious with super specialty standards. All rooms are well ventilated with all modern amenities like telephone, closet for personal belongings, cable TV, hot & cold water, etc. Hospital rooms are generally assigned based upon the patients’ request, insurance limitations and type of care the physician recommends.

VIP Suite

  • Separate Living and Dining area
  • Private Bathrooms with Shower
  • Refrigerator with Drinking Water
  • Flat-Screen LCD TV
  • In-Room Personal Safe
  • Coffee and Tea

Standard Private Room

  • Electric Bed
  • Private Bathrooms with Shower
  • Refrigerator with Drinking Water
  • Flat-Screen LCD TV

Sharing rooms

  • Bedside Sofa
  • Shared Bathroom with Hot and Cold Water Shower
  • Telephone
  • Drinking Water
  • Sink

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

  • Special Critical Care Beds

General Wards

General Wards are economical options and have the provision to accommodate many patients. These are spacious rooms, chairs for each patient’s relatives, an attached bathroom and telephone lines.

Dining Facility

With its best-in-class in-house dining facilities, Yashoda Hospitals offer two different dining facilities – the dining restaurants and the Cafeteria. The dining restaurants serve gourmet meals catering to every palate offering a mix of local and regional dishes.

24-hour ATM

A 24-hour Automated Teller Machine (ATM) is located in the hospital premises for the convenience of patients and visitors.


At Yashoda Hospitals, the pharmacy services are available 24/7. Our pharmacy ensures that all medicines are available on time. Medicines at our pharmacies are authentic and stored as per the required standards.

Insurance companies

Major Insurance Companies

TPA & Insurance Companies

  • Alankit
  • Bajaj
  • Chola MS
  • DHS
  • E Meditek
  • FHPL
  • Future Generali
  • GHPL
  • Health India
  • Heritage
  • I – Care
  • ICICI Lom
  • Maxbupa
  • MD – India
  • MD – Care
  • Medi Asst
  • Med Save
  • OICL
  • Park
  • PHS
  • Raksha
  • Star Health
  • TTK
  • UHC
  • Genisis

Preparing for the surgery

What to ask a doctor and things to do before surgery

We believe that establishing an accurate diagnosis is the key to exact treatments. By accurately describing the nature, location, time and duration of onset of the symptoms to the doctor, the patient actually helps in an appropriate diagnosis and subsequent treatment of the disease.

Patients should inform the doctor about any active medications they are on. The doctor needs to be fully aware of the patient's medical condition.

Soon after your doctor decides Surgery or Procedure for you, you need to be admitted to the hospital. The first step is to obtain clearance from the Help Desk. You will be asked to signify your acceptance of the estimated tariff to cover your treatment and stay in the hospital. After this step is completed, you will be given a date for admission as well as pre-operative instructions.

As you prepare for your hospital visit, here is a checklist to help you be more prepared.

  • Make sure you have any prescribed pre-admission testing done prior to the date you are being admitted to the hospital.
  • Bring your insurance card and some form of identification such as a driver’s license
  • Leave your valuables at home. Take only those things that you need to be comfortable during your stay.
  • If you do not have a will, consider completing one so your family will know what you wish is if you are not able to make decisions for yourself.
  • Know your medical history including any allergies and/or adverse reactions
  • Bring a list of your current medications, including the name, dosage and frequency including any vitamin or herbal supplements you are taking
  • Know your rights and responsibilities as a patient by reading our Guidelines on Patient and Family Responsibilities
  • Ask your physician questions about the procedure, what to expect, how long you will be in the hospital and whether you will be sent home or to another facility to recover.
  • Know in advance the hospital’s policies on cell phone use and visiting hours.