MAHC Hospital


Admission

Booking appointment for panchkarma at MAHC Hospital

For MAHC hospital:

Book 15 days in advance

Between September and March, book 30 days in advance

For MAHC Clinic:

Book your 2-hour time slot 7 days in advance.

Pre-Panchakarma Preparation

You should complete Pre-Panchakarma procedure (Snehan & Virechan) before enrolling for Panchakarma. Pre-Panchakarma procedure is a 2-day process and the doctor will guide you about it.

You can avail reimbursement facility for treatment cost.

Deposit to be paid for booking a room at MAHC Hospital

Rs. 5,000.

What to bring along, while admitting

What I should bring to MAHC Hospital?

… Your medical records and reports

… Your current medication

… Casual clothes

… Walking shoes

… Light woolen clothes (between December and February)

You should not bring any snacks with you.

What is procedure for admission?

Check availability of time slots and dates at clinic or hospital with Dr. Jaydev Pandya (+91 9327219418mail@maharshiatreya.com)

After confirming availability, you should pay Deposit amount of Rs. 5000 to book a room.

Dr. Jaydev Pandya will further guide you through payment and booking procedure.

Diet (food) at Hospital

Diet at MAHC Hospital

The diet will be decided by the doctor after consultation.

It will be 100% vegetarian, and without onions and garlic.

Each meal is freshly prepared in-house, by specially trained cooking staff.

The diet generally consists of appropriate fruits, vegetables, soups, barley, etc. The meals are both filling and satisfying, and appropriate to the specific needs of the patient.

Outside food and snacks are strictly not permitted.

About your current medication / treatment during Panchakarma

Should I stop current medication during Panchakarma?

No. Bring all your current medication with you. After the consultation, our doctor will advise you whether some changes in dose or frequency are needed.

Insurance & Mediclaim

Do you have mediclaim facility?

Yes. We are a registered Ayurvedic Hospital with Unique Hospital ID 8900080094550.

If your policy covers Ayurvedic treatment and hospitalization, you can get the mediclaim benefits.

You can avail reimbursement facility for treatment cost.

Can I avail cashless mediclaim facility?

No, but since we are a registered Ayurvedic hospital you can apply for reimbursement of the treatment cost.

Payment

Payment modes

Cheque

Online transfers (RTGS / NEFT with IFSC number)

Online transfers (International wire transfer with SWIFT code)

International and Indian Credit cards / Debit cards: Visa, Mastercard (POS – swipe machine)

Credit card / Debit card (online): Available for only Indian credit /debit cards

Cash

About Treatment – Panchakarma

Treatment duration

Based on the clinical picture of the patient, Doctor may be advised to stay for 10 days or 14 days or 21 days. In some cases the doctor may advise a longer duration.

Working – visiting city during stay

Can I leave hospital premises during treatment?

If the doctor permits, you are free to visit the city between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Rest is a part of the Panchakarma treatment; the body is rejuvenated while resting, so it is generally not advisable to roam around the city during the resting period.

Can I use my laptop for work?

We provide wifi internet on a chargeable basis to our guests. It is generally provided so that you can stay in touch with your family and friends. However, it is advisable to avoid work related stress during Panchakarma treatment. If your work is urgent you can bring your laptop.

Internet facility?

Internet facility is available on a chargeable basis.

Attendant – Nursing for disabled person

Attendant

Can someone stay with me as an attendant?

Yes. All rooms have one extra bed. Only 1 person is allowed to stay with a patient.

Nursing attendants for disabled patients

No. Our staff can help disabled patients during the Panchakarma treatment and serve food in the room. However, for daily routine activities it is necessary to bring an attendant with you.

Drinking Water

Clean drinking water

We have an in-house water softener and RO plant which provides clean drinking water.

Safety devices in Bathroom and Treatment room

Do Bathroom and Treatment room have safety measures like grab bars and anti skid taps on floor?

Yes.

Room types and facility

Types of rooms and their charges

We have 3 types of rooms:

Deluxe (6 rooms): 180 sq ft size, with two single beds, air conditioned. Attached bathroom, running hot and cold water. Large storage space for baggage.

Super (1 room): 350 sq ft size, with one double bed, air conditioned, and a small changing room. Attached bathroom, running hot and cold water. Large storage space for baggage.

Family (1 room): 350 sq ft size, with three single beds, attached bathroom, running hot and cold water. Not air conditioned. Large storage space for baggage.

Room Charge

Rooms are not charged separately. The room charge is included in the Panchakarma treatment charges.

General / common room

We do not have a general / common room.

Family room

We have a family room with 3 single beds. It is not air conditioned.

Accessibility & Parking

Parking space

Does the hospital have enough parking space?

Yes

Wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available.

Hospital building and facilities

Self-contained hospital complex

Yes. All facilities and activities are in the same complex.

Dedicated walking track

The garden have 100 Meter dedicated path for brisk walk around it.

Reflexology path

Yes. A reflexology path is a path designed to massage and stimulate acupressure points on the soles of the feet which are connected to various energy meridians of the body.

Doctors and their availability

Dorctors availability

Doctors available 24×7 in-house

Doctors stay on the premises, round the clock, 7 days a week.

Non-Medical facilities

Money exchange facility

We do not have a money exchange counter at our centre, but we will guide you to banks and authorised money exchange facilities.

Consulting and visiting timing at MAHC Hospital

Consulting and visiting timing at MAHC Hospital

MAHC Hospital is dedicated for in-door patients only. Please visit our clinic for consultation with doctor and taking treatment on OPD basis.

Those who want to visit the centre and the facilities before booking please ring up in advance and then come between 9 to 11 or 5 to 6 pm

Visiting hours to meet patient: 5 to 6 pm

Difference between Panchakarma as indoor and outdoor

Difference between Panchakarma treatment as an indoor patient at the hospital and as an outdoor patient at the Clinic? Which is better?

When you get Panchakarma treatment at the hospital, you get other benefits like rest and a proper diet, Yog meditation, lectures on different subjects, etc. Staying at a hospital isolates you for a few days from your social and working environment and allows you to take enough rest which is responsible for  detoxification and rejuvenation. At the hospital we follow a daily schedule of different activities which are aimed at one result – that is detoxification and rejuvenation. This specific daily schedule with a specific diet is more effective than following the same procedure at home without the doctor’s monitoring.

Daily schedule for indoor patients at hospital?

Approximate Time Activity Approximate Duration
07:15

(Except Sunday)

Yogic Exercise and Meditation 45 m
08:00 Tea, Breakfast
08:30 Brisk Walking

(This can be done in the evening also)

Maximum 45 m
09:30 Panchakarma 1 h, 15 m
11:00 Lunch as recommended by doctor
Noon Rest
16:00 Tea, Snacks
17:00

(Except Sunday)

Panchakarma 30 m
20:00 Dinner as recommended by doctor
21:00 Lecture on various topics (twice in a Week) 1 h
Night Rest

The above schedule may vary with the number of patients.

MAHC Clinic


Admission

How can I book an appointment for Panchkarma at MAHC Clinic?

Book your 2-hour time slot 7 days in advance.

Check availability of time slots and dates at clinic with Dr. Jaydev Pandya (+1 9327219418, mail@maharshiatreya.com)

Pre-Panchakarma Preparation

How should I prepare before enrolling for Panchakarma?

You should complete Pre-Panchakarma procedure (Snehan & Virechan) before enrolling for Panchakarma. Pre-Panchakarma procedure is a 2-day process and the doctor will guide you about it.

About your current medication / treatment during Panchakarma

Should I stop my current medication for diabetes, blood pressure, etc., during Panchakarma?

No. Bring all your current medication with you. After the consultation, our doctor will advise you whether some changes in dose or frequency are needed.

Duration of treatment

How much time does one full session of Panchakarma take at MAHC Clinic?

About 2 hours

About your current medication / treatment during Panchakarma

Should I stop my current medication for diabetes, blood pressure, etc., during Panchakarma?

No. Bring all your current medication with you. After the consultation, our doctor will advise you whether some changes in dose or frequency are needed.

About Panchakarma treatment

Can I do Panchakarma as an out-patient?

Yes, you can do Panchakarma as an out-patient at our OPD clinic.

Payment

Payment modes

Cheque

Online transfers (RTGS / NEFT with IFSC number)

Online transfers (International wire transfer with SWIFT code)

International and Indian Credit cards / Debit cards: Visa, Mastercard (POS – swipe machine)

Credit card / Debit card (online): Available for only Indian credit /debit cards

Cash

Clinic Timings

What are the consulting and clinic timings?

OPD clinic timing for doctor consultation is 9 am to 12 pm and 4.30 to 6.30 pm.

However clinic remains open from 9 am to 7 pm

Sunday is holiday.

Difference between Panchakarma as indoor and outdoor

What is the difference between getting Panchakarma treatment as an indoor patient at the hospital and as an outdoor patient at the Clinic? Which is better?

When you get Panchakarma treatment at the hospital, you get other benefits like rest and a proper diet, Yog meditation, lectures on different subjects, etc. Staying at a hospital isolates you for a few days from your social and working environment and allows you to take enough rest which is responsible for  detoxification and rejuvenation. At the hospital we follow a daily schedule of different activities which are aimed at one result – that is detoxification and rejuvenation. This specific daily schedule with a specific diet is more effective than following the same procedure at home without the doctor’s monitoring.

Safety devices in bathroom and treatment

Do bathroom and treatment room have safety measures like grab bars and anti skid taps on floor?

Yes