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Gastroenterologists are specialists who treat diseases of the digestive system and those affecting the gastrointestinal tract including the organs from mouth to anus ranging from indigestion to abdominal pain, appendicitis, jaundice, gallstones, lactose intolerance, hepatitis, reflux, ulcers, and hemorrhoids.
General Medicine
General Medicine is related to the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases. Specialists in this sector are commonly referred to as physicians.
General Surgery
This surgical specialty that focuses on abdominal organs from the intestines to the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts and thyroid. Though surgeons may sub-specialise in one or more of these areas using various methods such as laparoscopic surgery, they are still considered to be part of the general surgical team. These specialist surgeons are experts in treating ailments and diseases in the major body systems including cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, excretory, skin, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory and skeletal functions.

This specialisation of medicine focuses on the health and care of the elderly. Geriatric specialists (geriatricians) help the elderly take care of their health by preventing and treating diseases that are unique to their needs.

Gynaecological Oncology

Gynecological oncology is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on cancers of the female genital tract.

Paediatric Cardiology
Paediatric Cardiologists are specially trained to diagnose and treat heart problems in children. They work closely with paediatric heart surgeons to determine the best treatments and interventions for children who may need heart surgery.
Paediatric Neurology
Paediatric Orthopaedics

A child’s musculoskeletal growth is crucial for support and stability in their bodies. If there are any deformities or problems that can be noted at birth or later in life, you may seek advice from a paediatric orthopeadic specialist.

Paediatric Surgery
Paediatric surgery is a medical subspecialty of surgery involving the surgery of fetuses, infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
Paediatric Urology

Paediatric urology is a medical sub-specialty that focuses on diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions affecting children’s genitals or urinary tract (kidney, ureters, bladder).

Paediatricians are concerned with the care of infants, children and early adolescents. Paediatricians are often the primary care physicians from the birth of a child to caring for their health as well as general growth and well-being, including administering inoculations and vaccinations as and when necessary.
Pain Management
This specialty is a study and diagnosis of diseases through the examination of organs, tissue, bodily fluids and even full body autopsies.
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
Plastic surgery is often thought of as cosmetic, however, this medical specialty also deals with the correction and even restoration of form and function of various parts of the body such as skin grafting for burns and reconstructive surgery of the hands.
Psychologists diagnose and treat the emotional and even mental suffering in patients.
Radiology is a specialist branch of medicine that deals with the scanning of body images. The core function of this specialist department is to provide doctors and patients with high quality medical diagnostic imaging in a safe and friendly manner.

Cancer is a disease that can affect anyone – the young and the old, the rich and the poor, men, women and children. At Gleneagles Hospital, we understand how disruptive and upsetting it can be when our patients find out they have cancer, and we are dedicated to help them fight this illness to the best of our abilities.

Effective treatment of cancers involves a multi-modal approach to give patients the best chance of survival. At Gleneagles Hospital, patients have access to a wide variety of treatment options tailored to their unique conditions that include radiation therapy.

Rehabilitation Medicine
A rehabilitation physician works closely with other medical colleagues and allied health professionals to develop a rehabilitation treatment program and regularly review rehabilitative goals. Some specialised programs include neurological, spinal, paediatric and amputee rehabilitation.
Respiratory Medicine
Respiratory medicine is a branch of specialisation that deals with diseases of the respiratory system such as asthma, pulmonary hypertension, sleep apnea and even infections and tumors.
Rheumatology involves the diagnosis and therapy of rheumatic disease involving joints, soft tissues, autoimmune diseases and other tissue disorders.
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