About Ashwini Hospital

Ashwini, is the first star to reckon in the zodiac. It is the ‘Nakshatra’ of Ashwini Kumaras, the Gods of healing in Hindu mythology. The Vedic Gods appear at the sunrise bringing relief to mankind averting misfortune and sickness. ‘Ashwini’ therefore brings the power of healing.

Our Mission

Best practice in patient care We at Ashwini Hospital, believe that the true power of healing remains in adopting the best practices in patient care. Our mission is to provide safe, ethical, well researched and cost effective health care with compassion and dedication to ensure complete patient satisfaction.

Our Vision

Training combined with technology

Ashwini Hospital will strive to establish a model training institute in healthcare and stay in the forefront of medical technology. High quality training combined with modern technology is our cherished design of true and wholesome healthcare delivery.

Modern Facility

Neuro Science

A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene.

Trauma & Orthopedics

T cells that express the CD8 transmembrane glycoprotein (CD8+ T cells). They close down the immune response after invading organisms are destroyed. Suppressor T cells are sensitive to high concentrations of circulating lymphokine hormones, and release their own lymphokines after an immune response has achieved its goal. This signals all other immune-system participants to cease their attack. Some memory B-cells remain after this signal to ward off a repeat attack by the invading organism. Also known as T-8 cells.

Spinal Surgery

A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene.

Gastro Intestinal

T cells that express the CD8 transmembrane glycoprotein (CD8+ T cells). They close down the immune response after invading organisms are destroyed. Suppressor T cells are sensitive to high concentrations of circulating lymphokine hormones, and release their own lymphokines after an immune response has achieved its goal. This signals all other immune-system participants to cease their attack. Some memory B-cells remain after this signal to ward off a repeat attack by the invading organism. Also known as T-8 cells.

Intensive & Critical Care

A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene.

Cardio Pulmonary

T cells that express the CD8 transmembrane glycoprotein (CD8+ T cells). They close down the immune response after invading organisms are destroyed. Suppressor T cells are sensitive to high concentrations of circulating lymphokine hormones, and release their own lymphokines after an immune response has achieved its goal. This signals all other immune-system participants to cease their attack. Some memory B-cells remain after this signal to ward off a repeat attack by the invading organism. Also known as T-8 cells.

Cath Lab & Cardiology

A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene.

Radio Diagnostics

T cells that express the CD8 transmembrane glycoprotein (CD8+ T cells). They close down the immune response after invading organisms are destroyed. Suppressor T cells are sensitive to high concentrations of circulating lymphokine hormones, and release their own lymphokines after an immune response has achieved its goal. This signals all other immune-system participants to cease their attack. Some memory B-cells remain after this signal to ward off a repeat attack by the invading organism. Also known as T-8 cells.

Pathology Biochemistry

A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene.

Our Doctors

  • Dr Subrat Kumar Jena graduated from SCB Medical College, Cuttack in 1977, completed post graduate course, M.S. in Orthopedics in 1982 and M.Ch. in Plastic Surgery in 1985 from B.H.U., Varanasi. Worked as Lecturer in Plastic Surgery at SCB Medical College, Cuttack and MKCG Medical College, Berhampur for 10 years.

    Dr. Subrat Kumar Jena
    M.S. (Ortho), F.I.C.S. (Ortho), M.Ch. (Plastic)
  • Dr Maya Gantayet, D.M. (Neurology) Dr Maya Gantayet graduated from SCB Medical College, Cuttack in 1977. After a year of residency in K.E.M Hospital, Mumbai and another year at C.M.C., Vellore, she completed 4 years residency program at National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore, leading to D.M. in Neurology in 1984.

    Dr. Maya Gantayet
    D.M. (Neurology), M.Sc.(Neuro-Intervention)

Dr. Mamata Singh

M.D (Radiodiagnosis)

CONSULTANT (RADIO-DIAGNOSIS)

View All

Dr. Batakrushna Barik

MBBS, D.G.O, FCCP, PGCRS, D.H.A & HM

M.B.B.S. From Utkal University, BBSR, Odisha (1971)

View All

Dr. Shankar Prasad Mishra

MD(MICROBIOLOGY)

CONSULTANT (PATHOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY)

View All

Dr. Suresh Chandra Mohanty

M.S. (Surg), M.Ch. Neuro Surgery (AIIMS)

Formerly Professor and Head of the Post Graduate Department of Neuro surgery, SCB Medical College, Cuttack. Senior Fellow in Geriatric Neuro surgery

View All

Dr. Syed Firoz Ali

University of Vienna, Austria

* Surgery for Degerative cervical & Lumbar spine. * Surgery for Spondylolisthesis * Disc replacement (Cervical & Lumbar) * Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery * Dynamic stabilization

View All

Dr. Bhawani Sankar Das

M.S. (Surg.), M.S. Neuro Surgery

Formerly Head of the Department of Neuro Surgery, National Institute of Mental Health & Neurosciences (NIMHANS) is Senior Consultant Neuro Surgeon at Ashwini Hospital, Cuttack as well as Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar. Endoscopic Neuro Surgery and Aneurysm Surgery besides Brain and Spinal Cord tumours are his surgical privilages.

View All

Dr. Mrutyunjaya Behera

MD. (Med), DM.(Cardiology)

Trained at Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad. Headed the Post Graduate Department of Cardiology at SCB Medical College, Cuttack.

View All

Dr. Bhanja Kishore Pattnaik

M.B.B.S.

GDMO

View All

Dr. Tanmaya Kumar Das

MD (GENERAL MEDICINE), D.N.B (CARDIOLOGY)

Ex Consultant in Nizam Institute, Hyderabad, Yosoda Hospital, Hyderabad, Aditya Care Hospital, Bhubaneswar, Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar

View All

Dr. Rashmi Ranjan Satpathy

DNB (ANESTHESIOLOGY)

Consultant (Anesthesiology)

View All

Dr. Rosalin Routray

MD, PHYSICIAN

Research Associate

View All

Dr. Sandip Kumar Pradhan

MS (Surgery)

CONSULTANT (SURGEON)

View All

Dr. Suresh Agrawal

MD (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)

REGISTRAR(ANAESTHESIOLOGY)

View All

Dr. Asit Behera

MD (General Medicine)

Working as Consultant Physician and Intensivist. Graduated from SCB Medical College, Cuttack in 1999 and Completed MD Medicine from VSS Medical College, Burla in 2006. Worked in Escorts and Apollo Hospital, New Delhi as Registrar. Worked as senior Resident in Critical care unit in Holy Family Hospital, New Delhi.

View All

Dr. Tapan Kumar Mohanty

M.B.B.S

-

View All

Dr. Jitendra Kumar Rout

MS Ortho, Fellowship In Spine Surgery

Consultant, Orthopaedics & Spine Surgeon Previously worked in M.I.O.T hospital, Chennai as Jr. Counsultant, Asst Professor in SRMC, Chennai. Iyr Fellowship in Spine Surgery, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi.

View All

Mr. Kamal Lochan Behera

MD (MEDICINE)

Medicine

View All
Our Esteemed Patrons
  • Envato
  • Home Energy
  • Goodwawes
  • Graphicriver
  • DiagBlock
  • Google
  • Goodwawes
  • Envato
  • Graphicriver
  • DiagBlock
  • Envato
  • Home Energy
  • Goodwawes
  • Graphicriver
  • DiagBlock
  • Google
  • Goodwawes
  • Envato
  • Graphicriver
  • DiagBlock
  • Envato
  • Home Energy
  • Goodwawes
  • Graphicriver
  • DiagBlock