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No 1, Paris Nagar Moolakulam,
Puducherry – 605 010
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You can book your appointment on available date.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I book an appointment?
You can register and get an appointment online for the East Coast hospitals. Mobile app is also available for users to get an appointment for the East Coast hospitals.
Will I be informed about East Coast Hospital’s pricing and duration of stay?
Absolutely. Once you are briefed by the specialist, our Relationship Manager will provide you with a complete plan, approximating the length of your stay, costs, and necessary pre and post-treatment care packages.
Can I seek an appointment with a specialist at East Coast Hospitals even if I don’t have a local referral?
Yes, you can. You can contact our East Coast International Patients Centre or any of our locations directly, providing detailed information about the history of your health and treatment sought. We will help you coordinate and set up an appointment with an appropriate specialist.
Can a family member spend the night with me?
Adequate rest is important for you. However, arrangements can be made for a family member to spend the night with you and many rooms include pull-out couches.
What type of information I need to provide before booking a medical appointment?
It is essential to provide thorough information about your health records, medical history, current medication, and so forth. If you are referred to East Coast Hospitals by a doctor in your residing country, it is recommended to bring along the contact details of the doctor to your scheduled appointment.
Why are some patients in isolation?
Patients are isolated to prevent the spread of disease to other people in the medical environment. Isolated persons are typically either highly contagious or infected by a treatment-resistant organism.
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