The In-patient Departments is broadly classified into:
- ICU - The ICU on the third floor is a 12-bed unit that offers the latest in technology and critical care. Professionally trained staff is on board to provide highly focused nursing care to the medical, cardiac, pulmonary and surgical patients who are seriously ill and require constant monitoring and specialized care and treatment. The second floor is also provided with a step down ICU or a High Dependency Unit (HDU), for patients who may no longer require intensive care but are not healthy enough to be shifted to the wards.
- NICU - Prematurely born babies, too small and sick to go home, face severe risk of medical complications. The 12-bedded Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit, on the second floor of the hospital, provides these newborns neo-natal diagnostic and supportive care.
- HDU - The High Dependency Unit on the 2nd floor accommodates 5 patients who do not need intensive care but are not yet capable of being shifted to the wards.
- Wards - The wards comprise 88 beds which are classified into Single, Twin sharing and General wards that can accommodate 4 patients each.
Patients can avail of services of consultants in the outpatient department on the first floor for various specialties: general medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery, medical oncology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, orthopaedics, ENT, pulmonology, cardiology, nephrology, neurology, brain and spine surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics, plastic surgery, dermatology, dental, paediatrics, paediatric physiotherapy, paediatric-haematology, paediatric neurosurgery, paediatric nephrology, rheumatology, child psychology, psychiatry, speech therapy/audiology, counseling, diet and nutrition, and developmental paediatrics.