At Dr. Rose Private Hospital, we treat pediatric care as a priority area, providing our small patients with full care at the highest professional level from birth to adulthood.
Primary pediatric care
During deliveries at Dr. Rose Private Hospital, neonatologists specializing in the care of newborns are involved and have the greatest experience in recognizing and treating any abnormalities that may occur during pregnancy and following birth. Our pediatricians, experienced in infancy and childhood, monitor the progress of development and provide parents with up-to-date and scientifically based guidance on nutrition, vaccinations, lifestyle, and starting nursery or school, thus enabling the prevention, early detection and treatment of unexpected conditions. With regular and age-related examinations, many childhood lesions can be detected in time and subsequent disorders can be prevented with appropriate treatment.
In addition to general pediatric primary care, we provide comprehensive care for children in most medical fields. Accordingly, it is possible to use the specialties of gastroenterology, pulmonology, allergology, dermatology, cardiology, endocrinology, diabetes, genetics, nephrology, surgery, ophthalmology, ear-nose-throat, radiology and orthopedic pediatrics.
Children's annual cards
Our pediatric annual cards are based on special criteria for different age groups of children. The cards contain all prevention and health assessment studies that may have an impact on healthy development in the long run. One of the advantages of our annual packages is that, depending on the construction, they also include unlimited hospital and, if necessary, home pediatric examinations.
In our screening packages for children, it is possible to detect diseases that occur in childhood at an early stage, enabling the prevention, timely detection and treatment of later conditions that are considered common diseases. In addition to the basic screening tests recommended for each age, Dr. Rose Private Hospital offers screening packages that focus on specific problems, such as detecting parent-child relationship or behavioral disorders, allergic diseases, asthma, or disorders of the endocrine and metabolic function.