• 24-hour emergency room
  • Trauma Center
  • Private examination rooms including OB/GYN and eye examination facilities
  • Observation area
  • Ambulance and critical care transport fleet
  • “Globetrotter” neonatal intensive care transport module


As the name suggests, this can be considered as most important and crucial department in any hospital. Since it deals with all the patients needing intensive care and continuous monitoring its also called Intensive care unit.
Kalsekar hospital has 5000 sq ft area devoted towards this unit which accommodates 40 beds of Intensive care unit along with two Isolation rooms for contagious disease patients.
Critical Care Units at Kalsekar Hospital is manned by highly qualified and trained specialists along with experienced team of caregivers. The facility has spacious cubicles which can be converted into private areas by drawing curtains. Each bed has a high end, upgradable electronic patient monitoring system. There are also high end life support ventilators available for each bed. All monitors are linked to the central monitor and also there is a nurse call arrangement at every bed. The full time Intensivist with a multidisciplinary team of highly experienced health professionals, monitors and directs the care of critically ill patients round the clock, and works in collaboration with other health care professionals necessary for the care of patients critical care units.

  • Advance air filtration system.
  • Positive & Negative pressure isolation rooms.
  • Advanced ventilators for Adult and Pediatric use.
  • Portable Sonography and X ray machines.
  • Latest IABP / Advanced Modular Monitors & Workstations..
  • Fully computerized drug indenting system.
  • Bed head panels.
  • Electrical multifunctional beds.
  • Central ICU monitoring system
  • Fully computerized laboratory & radiological systems, so that investigations & imaging can be viewed online in ICU.
  • 2 ICU beds with dialysis facility

Kalsekar Hospital has the largest number of critical care beds in Mumbra, with 20 ICU beds. Our ICUs are organised in independent clusters :

  • Postoperative/ Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU)
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU)
  • Step-down/High Dependency Unit (HDU)


  • Admission And Discharge Criteria: There Are Predefined Admission Criteria For Selecting And Triaging Patients. Once The Patients Are Stabilised, They Will Be Shifted Out Of The ICU Only After Satisfying The Predefined Discharge Criteria.
  • Hospital Infection Control Policies: The ICU Is The Forerunner In Implementing The HIC Policies In An Attempt To Keep Various Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) Rates Below International Standards.
  • Antibiotics Stewardship Programme: The ICU At Kalsekar Hospital Is Committed To Rational Use Of Antibiotics In The Endeavour To Reduce The Menace Of Antibiotic Resistance. This Will In Turn Reduce The Burden Of MDR Infections And Its Associated Costs And Mortality.
  • Nutritional Protocol: This Enables The Treating Clinicians To Fulfil The Needs Of All The Critically Ill Patients Who Usually Suffer From Various Degrees Of Malnutrition.
  • End Of Life Care Policy: For Those Who Suffer From Terminal And Irreversible Diseases, Where Futility Of Aggressive Care Is Established Beyond Doubt, Care Will Be Redirected To Comfort Or Palliative Care In Consultation With The Family.
  • Disease-Specific Protocols: These Protocols Cover Various Common Emergencies Like Stroke And Septic Shock Where Timely Intervention Has Improved The Patient’s Health.


Four operating rooms are situated on second floor of Kalsekar Hospital. All equipped with laminar air flow systems, ceiling-mounted pendants, and antistatic and antibacterial flooring. The hospital has dedicated operating rooms for neurosurgery, cardiac surgery. Medical equipment in our operating rooms matches the best in the world.


  • Kalsekar hospital believes in serving humanity irrespective of caste, creed or religion.
  • Hospital has special arrangement of a special prayer room for patient relatives to offer regular prayers.


  • Our dieticians/ nutritionists are available to help you decide what is good for your health. Your diet is prepared in consultation with you and your doctor.
  • The last timing for placing any special requests for your meals would be 10:30 am for lunch and 5:30 pm for dinner.
  • The hospital kitchen provides vegetarian meals.
  • It is also important that you eat the food served to you soon after the tray arrives. Trays that sit over long periods of time lose heat which decreases the quality of food. In addition, there is an increased risk of food borne illnesses.
  • Relatives are requested to utilize the cafeteria for all their food requirements.

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