The healthcare system of Hyderabad has undergone widespread changes to serve the various disease model prevalent in the city. Technological advancements have encouraged the emergence of different health care and diagnostic centres across Hyderabad. They play a functional role in providing adequate information necessary for diagnosing and treating the disease.
Common diseases that are reported from Hyderabad are non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular problems, and kidney ailments that take a heavy toll on the health profile of residents living in the city. Some other common diseases are dengue and typhoid amongst other seasonal diseases. COVID-19 has also emerged as a source of primary concern across the healthcare sectors across the city.
The different laboratories and diagnostic centres have heavily invested in their infrastructure to provide accurate results with high efficacy. The private laboratories have introduced several innovative techniques, sensitive instruments, and standard operating procedures for providing adequate results. They act as diagnostic tools that are intended to provide accurate results.
Hyderabad has also witnessed the development of several government laboratories that conduct a wide array of investigations. They also provide validated diagnostic information at an economical rate suitable for the population. They support and guide the treatment and diagnosis of the prominent disease burden of Hyderabad. The predominant government laboratories prevalent in the city are Yashoda Hospital, Citizens Hospital, Government, Nizamia General Hospital, and Gandhi hospital.