Hyderabad gets its first “All Women” hospital FEMCITY
Hyderabad, April 8th, 2019: The susceptibility and symptoms of an ailment and the response to treatment differs from women to men! And this has been proven true in many areas of health, needing specialized understanding care for women when it comes to healthcare treatment.
Femcity women’s hospital, Hyderabad’s first and only “all women” hospital is launched today to cater to the needs of women in twin cities. Located near to the fast-growing CBD of Hyderabad, Femcity is a 60-bed women and child multi-specialty hospital, operated by an all women experts team. With the launch of this facility, women from localities like Shaikpet, Toli Chowki, Mehdipatnam, Masab Tank, Manikonda, Jubilee Hills, Madhapur, Gachibowli, etc. will have access to empathetic healthcare support 24x7.
Femcity also has a separate division to cater to the healthcare needs of children from newborn to 15 years of age. The hospital hasintegrated play therapy with the state-of-the-art treatment modules, which help in faster more effective and more comfortable cure to ailments of children.
Commenting on the launch of Femcity, and the need for such specialized care to nurture and celebrate womanhood, Mrs.Elmeera Siddiqi,Director,Femcity Women's Hospitalsaid, “Women pass on the legacy of love, caring, trust and commitment to the following generations. In all phases of her life she is the carrier of values. In the same way, we intend to carry forward the legacy of service and quality to women of all generations and all age groups.”
“woman have their own set of dreams, desires, wants, needs and issues.Femcity is where women come first! Welcome to the first of its kind multispecialty Healthcity for all women, in every stage of life. We pride on our squad of 33 departments led by renowned female doctors who realize that women’s health needs are unique and fundamentally different from those of men. Distinctiveness Femcity will be in its caring approach, innate warmth, insightful thinking and last but not the least, the healing touch,” concluded Dr Naseem Majid, COO, Femcity Women’s Hospital.