Pediatric Hospital in Pune

At Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie, we believe every child deserves the chance to grow to their fullest potential whilst meeting their developmental milestones. The warm, nurturing and friendly environment at our hospital keeps your child happy and healthy whilst leaving you assured that they will receive the best in paediatric care. United by a compelling mission, we provide hope, care and cure for even the sickest child helping them live the most fulfilling life possible. Our team specialises in meeting the unique physical, emotional and developmental needs of children from infancy through young adulthood.

Paediatrics hospital


This medical speciality focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of a number of health conditions that mainly affect the youngest of patients. These could range from infants to children to even adolescents upto 18 years of age. This area of medicine is one where doctors work in close cooperation with the family of the patient.


The first person you call when your child is unwell, our paediatricians play a key role in the growth of children. You will need specialist care when:

  • Your baby needs the first examination after birth
  • Your child needs any kind of physical examination
  • When vaccinations are required
  • To ensure milestones are met in behaviour, growth and skills
  • To diagnose and treat your child’s illnesses, infections, injuries, and other health problems
  • For emergency care such a high fever, a fall, teaches or vomiting
  • You need information about your child’s health, safety, nutrition, and fitness needs
  • You require answers to your questions about your little one’s growth and development


Our paediatric services are based around family-centred care and include comprehensive general paediatric and sub-specialty medical and surgical services, both at inpatient and outpatient levels. Here are some of the services we offer:

General Paediatrics:

Our outpatient department offers services for all growth, developmental and preventive care for a variety of conditions that affect your child. Our team is always available to answer questions about your child’s health.

Neonatal Care:

At Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie, we are aware that sick newborns are amongst our most vulnerable patients. Our team strive to provide your infants with the most efficient and effective care possible. Our comprehensive NICU offers the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art care in the vicinity for newborns.

Paediatric Endocrinology:

In an atmosphere of comfort and care, our specialists in paediatric endocrinology evaluate your child and provide advanced treatment options for a broad range of endocrine disorders, including childhood diabetes, growth, weight management, thyroid disorders, bone metabolism and other disorders of endocrine glands.

Speech and Language Therapy :

Our specialists handling issues of verbal communication that deal with assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of children with speech impairment. All of our therapists are allied health professionals, skilled in providing needed support for children in the areas of speech, language, fluency (stuttering), literacy and swallowing.

Emergency Medicine:

For any parent nothing is more worrying than when their child becomes ill, even a high temperature or an injury can be stressful. Our emergency department is available 24×7 any kind of casualty services a child might need.


All under one Roof: 

For all kinds of diagnosis, treatment, immunisation, education and counselling services for your child — all you need to do is visit Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie. As a hospital at the forefront of compassionate care, our aim is to support parents in raising healthy and happy children.

Family Centred Care:

Our team is experienced in their understanding of your needs and questions about the health and quality of life of your child. We provide inpatient and outpatient care tailored to your child’s condition while keeping in mind your emotional needs as parents. In fact, our treatments are designed to meet the needs of you and your child.

Advanced Technology:

With a collaboration that is spread across multiple specialities, we offer the most advanced treatment and technology available as our hospital is fully integrated with our large spectrum of services. This in turn allows us to provide the highest quality of care and guidance to young patients and their families.

Comprehensive Care from Specialists:

Enhancing the hospital’s clinical expertise is a team of highly trained medical, nursing and allied health staff who are experts in caring for sick children. The unit works very closely with a multidisciplinary team including paediatric social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists.


Here are answers to some basic questions to help guide you through your journey at Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie:

Q: Can I meet my paediatrician before my baby is born?
A: Yes, very much so. We strongly encourage parents-to-be to visit our hospital for a prenatal appointment. This is a great way to get acquainted with our doctors. During this visit, we will answer any questions that you have about your child.

Q: How often does my child need a check-up?
A: Unless your child is sick, children over age 3 are generally seen once a year for an annual check up. Ideally, an infant under sick months needs to be checked every month and between 6 months to 3 years, the visits need to be every quarter.

Q: What should I do if my child needs emergency care?
A: If your child needs urgent medical care you should go immediately to the nearest emergency department. If you are not able to travel yourself, call our hotline for an ambulance on: 020 66999888

Q: When would I need to seek emergency care?
A: You will need immediate help from a specialist when your child suffers from the following conditions:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Bleeding that does not stop even after 10 minutes of direct pressure
  • Shortness of breath
  • A severe of worsening reaction to an allergy, infection or an insect bite
  • A major injury such as a head trauma or severely broken bone
  • Unexplained drowsiness or disorientation
  • Severe or persistent vomiting or cough
  • Unusually high fever

Q: Why does my child need to receive vaccinations?
A: Immunisations are a series of shots given to children at different ages to help ward off serious, and potentially fatal diseases that may affect your child’s well-being in the long run. We highly recommend immunising your child at the prescribed intervals to ensure he/she stays protected and healthy.

Q: What if my child isn’t hitting developmental milestones at the right age?
A: All children are different and grow at different paces. Some children mature in bursts, some at a steady pace. However, if you have questions about your child’s development, please consult with our paediatricians.

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