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The facility comprises the OT (operation theatre) and LDR (labour, delivery and recovery) complex along with the ward.

Mysore Maharaja inaugurating floor of Rainbow Hospitals
Friday, November 18, 2022 - 11:32

Maharaja Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar (Maharaja of Mysore) inaugurated the BirthRight, a floor dedicated for obstetrics and gynecology services at Rainbow Children's Hospital, Marathahalli in Bengaluru on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, the Maharaja said, "I am privileged to inaugurate this modern facility at Rainbow. Rainbow Children’s Hospital has always been at the forefront to provide the best health care to children and women. I appreciate the efforts of Rainbow to extend comprehensive health care. At this instance, I recall the fact that the Mysore kings had taken great efforts to provide the best health facilities to women and children. I also recollect the contribution of Rani Lakshmi Ammanni who played a great role being the saviour of Mysore kingdom.” 

“Pregnancy needs extra care and Rainbow goes an extra mile to provide the best facilities for the pregnant women. For any parent, their child’s health is paramount and we are happy that Rainbow has the best expertise in treating kids. I still reiterate that prevention is better than cure and hence all of us need to ensure that the kids are provided with a healthy environment,” the Maharaja added.

BirthRight by Rainbow Hospitals would exclusively cater to the obstetric and gynaecological services. The facility comprises the OT (operation theatre) and LDR (labour, delivery and recovery) complex along with the ward. The ward consists of suite rooms, deluxe rooms and private rooms. Along with these facilities, the baby bath area and patient waiting lounge are specialties of this floor.

"We have world-class infrastructure and labour rooms, advanced technology, renowned obstetricians and 24x7 emergency support, along with a Level 3 & 4 NICU to ensure there’s no delay in attending babies born in a high-risk delivery,” said Dr Rakshay Shetty, Head-Paediatric Intensive Care Services.

On this occasion, the Maharaja of Mysore also unveiled the ‘Happy Feet Walkathon for Children’ that Rainbow Children’s Hospital would organise on 20th November, Sunday 8 am onwards at Kanteerava Stadium.