Billroth Hospitals

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Billroth Hospitals
Billroth Hospitals
LocationChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates13°24′N 80°08′E / 13.4°N 80.13°E / 13.4; 80.13 (Billroth Hospital)Coordinates: 13°24′N 80°08′E / 13.4°N 80.13°E / 13.4; 80.13 (Billroth Hospital)
Emergency departmentYes

Billroth Hospitals is a hospital chain based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It was founded by Dr. V. Jeganathan on 30 November 1990.[1] Billroth Hospital has its branches in Shenoy Nagar, R A Puram and Tiruvallur.


Dr. V Jeganathan born on 19 December 1953, apart from being the founder and director of Billroth Hospitals he was a well known Surgical Gastroenterologists, Laser and Laparoscopic Surgeon. He died on 17 May 2007 due to a heart attack.[2]


  • Institute of Chest Medicine
  • Institute of Cardiology
  • Institute of Cardio Thoracic Surgery
  • Institute of Ophthalmology
  • Institute of Plastic Surgery
  • Institute of Endocrinology
  • Institute of Dental Sciences
  • Institute of Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery
  • Department of Orthopaedics
  • Institute of Dermatology
  • General Surgery
  • General Medicine
  • Institute of Podiatric
  • Institute of Radiology
  • Institute of Paediatric
  • Institute of Oncology
  • Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Institute of Neuro Surgery
  • Institute of Nuclear Medicine
  • Institute of Neurology
  • Institute of IVF
  • Institute of Gastroenterology
  • Institute of ENT
  • Institute of Urology & Nephrology

Home Care[edit]

  • Home Care
  • Ambulance Services
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Lab Collection Services
  • Physiotherapy Services
  • Nursing Services


  • Ambulance & Emergency Services
  • Critical Care Unit
  • Diagnostic Services such as Dual Source CT[3] and several Others.
  • Dialysis
  • Endoscopy[4]
  • Pharmacy Services


  • Fast Track Cardiac Surgery. In this 4-day fast track surgery, Day 1 is operation, Day 2 is ICU mobilisation, Day 3 is Ward care and on Day 4 is discharge of the patient.[5]
  • Bloodless Heart Surgery was successfully performed by team of doctors under the Chief Cardiac surgeon Dr S Thiagarajamurthy on a patient who underwent an aortic valve replacement procedure and coronary artery bypass surgery who refused blood transfusion.[6]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Where care comes First". Daily News (Sri Lanka). 11 April 2008.
  2. ^ "Dr. Jeganathan dead". The Hindu. 18 May 2007.
  3. ^ "Dual Source CT Scanner installed at Billroth". The Hindu. 8 August 2010.
  4. ^ "Endoscopy at Billroth Hospitals". Billroth Hospitals.
  5. ^ "Billroth Hospitals goes on fast track in performing heart surgery". The Hindu. 19 March 2009.
  6. ^ "Bloodless' heart surgery performed". Indian Express. 8 January 2009.

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