Multi-Speciality Hospital

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital


About Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) is a multidisciplinary hospital that was established in 2009 as part of the Reliance Group. The hospital is accredited by the US Joint Commission International (JCI) and the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH). As a multidisciplinary hospital, KADH has 30 medical departments that include obstetrics and gynecology, gastroenterology, plastic surgery, urology, internal medicine, general surgery, endocrinology, ENT, radiology, and reproductive medicine. In addition, the hospital has 15 specialized medical centers, such as a diabetes and obesity center, an oncology center, and a robotic surgery center. Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital has 19 floors and fitted with 750 patient beds, as well as 180 intensive care unit (ICU) beds. The hospital has the largest dialysis center in Mumbai, with 42 dialysis units. Services offered by the hospital include visa assistance, airport transfer, interpreter services, and medical record translation. Facilities at the hospital include an in-house salon and spa, pharmacy, an all faith prayer room, and a nursery. Special dietary requests are accepted and the hospital offers private rooms, with a TV in each room. Location Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital is located in Mumbai, 7 km from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, which is accessible via public transport. The nearest Metro station to the hospital is D. N Nagar and the Varsova station, just 1 km from the hospital. There are a number of bars and restaurants located within the vicinity of the hospital. JUHU Beach, a popular destination for visitors to the region, can be reached within 3 km from the hospital. Sanjay Ghandhi Garden National Park, which features a large forest with many tranquil spots to relax, is located 18 km from the hospital. The Elephanta Caves, a network of sculpted caves filled with exotic statues and wall sculptures, are located off the coast of Mumbai, approximately 31 km away, and accessible via boat. Languages spoken English

Surgical Clinic  Laboratory services  Reception and Corridors  Dental Clinic 


15 Treatment across 2 specialties

Anal Abscess Drainage

The treatment of an abscess is surgical drainage under most circumstances. An incision is made in the skin near the anus to drain the infection. ... Up to 50% of the time after an abscess has been drained, a tunnel (fistula) may persist, connecting the infected anal gland to the external skin.

Anal Cyst Removal 

An anal abscess is a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. Most anal abscesses are a result of infection from small anal glands. The most common type of abscess is a perianal abscess. This often appears as a painful boil-like swelling near the anus. It may be red in color and warm to the touch. Anal abscesses located in deeper tissue are less common and may be less visible. Surgical incision and drainage is the most common treatment for all types of anal abscesses and is usually successful. About 50% of patients with an anal abscess will develop a complication called a fistula. A fistula is a small tunnel that makes an abnormal connection between the site of the abscess and the skin. In some cases, an anal fistula causes persistent drainage. In other cases, where the outside of the tunnel opening closes, the result may be recurrent anal abscesses. Surgery is needed to cure almost all anal fistulas.

Anal Fissure Treatment 

This condition usually heals on its own in four to six weeks. Common treatments include dietary fibre and stool softeners, as well as creams to the affected area.

Anal Fistula Surgery 

LIFT procedure. The ligation of the intersphincteric fistula tract (LIFT) procedure is a relatively new treatment for anal fistulas. It's designed as a treatment for fistulas that pass through the anal sphincter muscles, where a fistulotomy would be too risky.

Anal Sphincter Repair 

If exercises do not help, or if the sphincter muscles have been cut or torn during childbirth or some previous surgery, then surgery can be performed to repair and tighten the muscles. Before recommending sphincter repair surgery, it is important that doctors study the pudendal nerve.


An anoscopy is an examination using a small, rigid, tubular instrument called an anoscope (also called an anal speculum). This is inserted a few inches into the anus in order to evaluate problems of the anal canal


Colectomy is a surgical procedure to remove all or part of your colon. Your colon, also called your large intestine, is a long tubelike organ at the end of your digestive tract. Colectomy may be necessary to treat or prevent diseases and conditions that affect your colon.


Swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum and anus that cause discomfort and bleeding.

Rectocele Surgery 

A rectocele occurs when the end of the large intestine (rectum) pushes against and moves the back wall of the vagina. ... Because rectocele and enterocele are defects of the pelvic supporting tissue and not the bowel wall, they are treated most successfully with surgery that repairs the vaginal wall.

Rubber Band Ligation for Hemorrhoids 

Rubber band ligation is an outpatient treatment for internal hemorrhoids of any grade. There are several different devices a physician may use to perform the procedure, including the traditional metal devices, endoscopic banding, and the CRH O'Regan System

Gastric Balloon Treatment 

A gastric balloon is recommended for patients who need to lose weight before an operation to reduce their surgical risk, or it can be used as a stand-alone, non-surgical treatment option for weight management. Weight loss with a gastric balloon can be less and slower than the surgical weight loss options.

Gastric Band Surgery 

Gastric band surgery is a weight-loss surgery which uses an inflatable silicone band to create a small gastric pouch in the stomach, slowing down food consumption and limiting food intake. The surgery is performed to help patients with weight-loss after non-surgical methods such as change of diet and regular exercise, have failed to produce results

Gastric Bypass Surgery 

Gastric bypass surgery refers to a surgical procedure in which the stomach is divided into a small upper pouch and a much larger lower "remnant" pouch and then the small intestine is rearranged to connect to both.

Gastric Plication 

Gastric plication is a procedure where with a special folding and stitching technique the volume of the stomach pouch is decreased into a smaller tube-like shape, in order to reduce the amount of food taken in.

Gastric Sleeve 

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is a new bariatric technique, which has a unique feature; it combines a satisfying gastric restriction with appetite suppression. In other words, LSG has a physiological advantage over other restrictive procedures such as gastric banding. Furthermore, in LSG no foreign material is implanted avoiding complications such as migration, erosion and infection.

Dr. Manoj Jain

Bariatric Surgery
  • Fellowships
    Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery (FMAS) Fellowship in the field of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery from South Korea Fellowship in Hepatobiliary Surgery from Germany Fellowship in Obesity and Metabolic Surgery from Taiwan

    Hernia, Gall bladder, Appendix, Colorectal, Varicose Vein and Obesity Surgery

    Services Offered
    Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery, Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery, Solid Organ Surgery, Foregut Surgery, Lap Hernia Surgery, Bariatric Surgery - Gastric Balloon, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass, Metabolic Surgery - Mini Gastric Bypass and Duodenal-Jejunal bypass with the sleeve (LDJB-S)

    Dr Manoj Jain has been a practising surgeon in the western suburbs of Mumbai for the last 15 years. He performs advanced laparoscopic surgeries regularly and is specialised in performing lap colorectal, solid organ, foregut and lap hernia surgery. He has performed more than 7000 laparoscopic surgeries and has a special interest in bariatric and metabolic surgery. He is also a consultant at many prestigious hospitals in Mumbai, namely:

    • Hinduja Hospital, Khar
    • S.L Raheja, Fortis Hospital, Mahim
    • Criticare Hospital, Andheri
    • Kohinoor Hospital, Kurla
    • Beams Hospital, Khar

    Faculty Highlights
    Teaching faculty in laparoscopic surgery at the prestigious Johnson & Johnson Ethicon InstituteHonorary Associate Professor and Head of the Unit at KB Bhabha Hospital, Bandra
    He has also trained many general surgeons and other specialty surgeons to perform laparoscopic surgery.

    Professional Highlights
    Founder of Centre for Advanced Laparoscopy & Obesity Surgery (CALOS)

    Member of Royal College of Surgeon (MRCS) UKMember of Association of Minimal Access Surgeon of India (AMASI)Member of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal and Endo-Surgeon (IAGES)Member of Obesity Surgery Society of India (OSSI)

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Ghalib Nomani – Feb 05 2019

Very Nice Hospital

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