Dept. of General & Laparoscopic Surgery

Restoring wellness, minimizing impact through advanced surgery.

At STH Hospital, our General & Laparoscopic Surgery Department is dedicated to delivering top-notch surgical services to patients. We offer a wide range of procedures, including appendectomies, hernia repairs, gallbladder surgeries, and many others. Our team of experienced surgeons is well-versed in the latest laparoscopic techniques, allowing for less invasive procedures with reduced pain and quicker recovery times. With a patient-centric approach, we prioritize your well-being and strive to provide the highest quality of care throughout your surgical journey.

When it comes to General & Laparoscopic Surgery, choosing STH Hospital ensures you receive the best care possible. Our department boasts a team of highly skilled surgeons who are experts in their field. With a focus on patient comfort and safety, we utilize advanced laparoscopic techniques to minimize incisions and promote faster healing. We prioritize individualized care, taking the time to understand your unique needs and concerns. At STH Hospital, you can trust that your surgical experience will be handled with utmost professionalism, compassion, and expertise.

STH Hospital provides state-of-the-art facilities for General & Laparoscopic Surgery. Our department is equipped with cutting-edge technology, advanced imaging systems, and modern operating theaters to ensure precision and safety during every procedure. We maintain stringent sterilization protocols to minimize the risk of infections and provide a clean and hygienic environment for our patients. Our dedicated recovery rooms are designed to promote comfort and privacy, allowing you to rest and recuperate after your surgery. With our comprehensive facilities, you can have confidence in the quality of care you will receive at STH Hospital.

Frequently Asked- Questions

Umbilical hernias can be treated with surgery to push the bulge back into place and strengthen the weakness in the abdominal wall. This operation may be recommended for children if the hernia is large or hasn't disappeared by the time they reach 4 or 5 years old.

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