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Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology

Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology

Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology

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Jayanagar, Bangalore

Multi-Speciality Hospital

100 Beds

23 Doctors

Common questions & answers

Q: What are the Visiting hours for IPD Patients?

A: 4pm - 7pm Daily, Sunday 11am - 1 pm

Q: Does the Hospital have a Cafeteria?

A: Yes

Q: Visiting Guidelines for ICU?

A: One person can go to see the patient in ICU during the Visiting Hours and need to wear mask and use santizier availabe at the hospital. ICU Timings : 2pm -1pm & 4pm - 5pm

Q: What is the Admission Process?

A: Planned - Patient visit doctor and then doctor advise admission and date is decided for admission. Patient needs to fulfill TPA process before admission if required. Emergency admission-EMO checks and advice admission if required.

Q: How can I get a discharge summary?

A: Discharge summary is handed over to patient/relative at the time of discharge.

Q: Can a family member spend a night with the Patient? Will this be at an extra cost?

A: 1 family member is allowed to stay. NO extra cost. ICU - 1 family member in waiting area can stay.

Q: Does this Hospital provide International Patient Services?

A: Yes

Q: What are the Diagnostic Imaging Services available at the Hospital?

A: Color Doppler Computerised Tomography Scan (CT Scan) Mammography Ultrasonography (USG) Image Guided Biopsies and Interventions Interventional Radiology X - Ray 2D Echo

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Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology, Ashoka Pillar - Bangalore

Brief History/Overview:

Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology (BIG) is a super-specialty hospital providing tertiary care with comprehensive care in GI (Gastrointestinal). After a recent expansion, the hospital also provides tertiary care in specialties such as Oncology, women’s health and fertility, male infertility, bariatric surgery, plastic surgery, urology, and andrology. To reach out to the diverse population of the patients and provide them with the high quality of comprehensive health care services with care and compassion is the main mission of BIG. The values on which the staff of the BIG sets off is to be excellent in service, being a reliable health care source, handling everyone with equal respect and trust. BIG is Karnataka’s first comprehensive tertiary health care center for GI. The managing director of Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology, Dr. R. Sahadev gave a message, “A commitment to the community to give a gift of good healthy living”.

Location in Bangalore:

Bangalore Institute of Gastroenterology, Ashoka Pillar - Bangalore


  • Surgical gastroenterology
  • Medical gastroenterology
  • Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary
  • Laparoscopic surgery
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Women’s health and fertility
  • GI oncology
  • Urology and Andrology
  • Hernia surgery
  • Plastic surgery
  • Pediatric surgery
  • Critical care
  • ENT
  • Oncology
  • Dermatology
  • Psychiatry
  • Pulmonology


  • Highly skilled gastroenterologists and GI surgeons
  • Central AC and Wi-Fi
  • 24 hrs availability of endoscopic procedures and surgeries
  • Review by a multidisciplinary team after the management of complex disease
  • World-class infrastructure
  • Up to date technology
  • Equipment and procedures follow international procedures
  • Modular endoscopic suites, ICU's and Operation theaters of international standards
  • Large space OPD's and in-patients wards/rooms/suites

Visiting Hours:

OPD is open 24 hours

In-patient wards:


  •  12 pm to 1 pm         
  •   4 pm to 5 pm


  •  4 pm to 7 pm (Weekdays)            
  •  11 am to 1 pm (Sundays)

Admission Process:

  • The front desk office coordinator or the receptionist will assist the patient or the caregiver during the admission process.
  • If visiting the hospital for the first time, the patient needs to finish the one-time registration.
  • The admission registration form will be given to the patient and it has to be completely filled.
  • The hospital will generate a unique ID and will be issued to the patient.
  • All the medical records will be maintained under the provided unique ID in the hospital for any future references.
  • At the time of admission, the patient needs to bring a photo ID proof and insurance card or any other insurance documents if necessary.

Discharge Process:

  • The doctor will prepare a discharge summary based on the examination of the patient and then the final discharge plan is made.
  • The medication to be taken home will be reviewed by the doctor.
  • The discharge process will be assisted by a nurse which may take 1-2 hours.
  • The financial arrangement made by the patient to settle the bill will be reviewed and finalized. (Note: Cheques are not accepted)
  • The nurse will handout the discharge summary to the patient and ask the patient to follow up if required and counsel the patient about the discharge care to be taken.