Department Of Cardiology
The department of Cardiology at the Dr. Gopinath Memorial is one of the largest cardiology facilities in the state of Kerala, providing outstanding care for patients with a team of highly qualified, skilled and dedicated professionals from various cardiac sub-specialities. Our department has a legacy of over 45 years of excellence in outpatient care, research and education. Our highly competent team has well-qualified doctors in various sub-specialities of Cardiology.
Dr. Vinu Joy
It is best to make a prior appointments before visiting. Appointments are available for many specialists. You can call our appointment number +91 94465 20381. You can also request for an appointment through this website. All appointment requests made through the website and e-mail are subject to confirmation mail sent against it.
- Chest pain or discomfort at the center of the chest
- Pain in the left arm and shoulder, neck, jaw or back
- Feeling of weakness or dizziness
- Difficulty in breathing
- Rapid heartbeat
- Nausea or vomiting
According to the Indian Heart Association, the major risk factors are:
- Age: More than 65 years
- Men have a higher risk than women
- Positive family history
- Cigarette smoking
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Inactive lifestyle
Our hospital has tie up with most of the insurance/TPA for cashless facility. When cashless facility is not available, the hospital will assist you to get the benefits of your insurance coverage through reimbursements. For the updated list of tie ups, please contact the insurance desk at our reception.
One of our key values is continuous improvement. We take your opinion and feedback extremely serious. You may fill in the form shown here or write us to email@example.com. You may voice a complaint to the patient support services manager or to the nurse manager. You can also directly speak with the PRO at reception for more detailed or specific feedback or complaint. If you do not get a proper response or have a more serious complaint to lodge, you can escalate it to general manager and even up to medical or managing directors.