TLC (Tender Loving Care) Package
This is a consolidated 9 month package starting from the 12th week (2nd trimester) of pregnancy until 3 months after delivery.
01. Pre-delivery inclusions
- Gynaecologist consultations from the 2nd trimester onwards (Maximum of 12-14 consultations).
- Standard lab tests from the 2nd trimester (12th week) onwards (check the list below).
- Ultrasound investigations from the 2nd trimester (12th week) onwards (2-4, as per the doctor’s recommendation) (check the list below).
- Tetanus injections (2-3 times, as per the doctor’s recommendation)
- Lamaze classes*
- Antenatal education*
- Non Stress Test (NST) charges*
02. During delivery inclusions
- Operation theatre charges (in case of C-section) / Delivery charges.
- Medical team (Gynaecologist, Neonatologist and Nurses) charges.
- Limited consumables, disposables and medicines used during the delivery.
- Antibiotics used for a C-section
- Diet / Dietician counseling
- Physiotherapy counseling (for C-section)
- 24 hour nursing care
- LDRP/LRP suite as the hospitalization room
03. Post-delivery inclusions
- Pediatrician consultations – 3 visits (1 month to 3 months)
- New-born Screening Test *
- New-born Hearing Test
04. Value additions
- Welcome kit
- Fortis pregnancy guide book
- Gift hamper (At the time of discharge)
- Baby album
- Baby naming book
- Fortis birth certificate
- Mother and baby photo frame
05. Lab tests included are
- Blood Sugar
- Platelet Count
- OGT (if there is a history of Diabetes)
- HIV 1 and 2
- Urine Routine
- Blood Grouping
- Post Prandial Blood Sugar
06. Ultrasounds included are
- NT scan
- Anomaly scan
- BPS scan for the bio-physical profile ( 3rd trimester)
07. Package does not include
- Any stay beyond the delivery package period (2 days in case of normal delivery and 4 days in case of C-section / instrumental delivery).
- NICU or ICU stay.
- Consumables, investigations and medicines over the limit.
- Cost of certain drugs and medicines under special circumstances.
- Visit of consultants of other specialties, like Urologist etc.
- The baby’s bill is separate. It includes phototherapy, medicines, consumables, investigations, ICU charges etc.
- Any additional physiotherapy sessions.
- Investigation, medication and treatment for any pre-existing disease.
- Additional investigations / lab tests in addition to the regular pregnancy tests (in case of any complications).
- 3D/4D Scan.
- Cost of epidural anesthesia.
- Triple Marker test.
- First Trimester test.
- Any admission during pregnancy for reasons other than delivery.
08. Procedure to register for the TLC Package
A deposit of Rs. 15,000 is to be paid at the time of registration at the Gynaecology OPD at the level 2. This amount is the first installment you pay for the TLC Package. The rest of the package amount will be paid after the delivery. You will be given your ‘TLC Welcome Kit’ after making the payment.
A TLC card will then be issued to you at the Billing Counter at the Level 1.
You then have to go to the Physiotherapy Department at Level 1 to register your name for the Lamaze and Antenatal Classes. (Lamaze Classes are to be attended only after your doctor approves it).
- TLC package privileges will begin from the day of registration, even if registration takes place much later or after the 12th week.
- *Lamaze Classes: Breathing techniques and exercises for pregnant woman. One hour classes are held in the hospital on Saturdays and Sundays.
- *Antenatal Education: One hour lessons on the course of pregnancy for e.g. the right diet, exercise etc. Classes will be held on Saturdays or Sundays.
- *Non-stress Test: A simple non-invasive test performed for pregnancies that are over 28 weeks of gestation period. It may be performed if you sense that the baby is not moving as frequently as usual or you are overdue etc.
- *New-born Screening Test: One of the essential preventive health care programs to identify children who are at risk of falling ill later so that preventive action can be taken. The test is usually done when your baby is 48 hours to 13 days old.
- For any other details on packages and insurance, and to have a look at the rooms please visit the hospital – Gynaecology OPD – Level 2.
- For Appointments, kindly call on 66214444 or 66214260/4240
- For enquiries on packages, call 9538995536
First, find out the coverage that your company has for maternity/delivery.
Also find out whether your baby can be covered under your insurance from day one.
Insurance procedures will begin from the time of admission.
- At the time of admission, you will have to collect the ‘Pre-authorization Form’ from the insurance counter at the Level 1, billing counter.
- Get the form filled by your doctor or by the Gynaecology Registrar at the Level 2, LDRP nursing station.
- Once filled, return the form to the Insurance Counter, with your ID proof. The Insurance Counter will then forward the form to the concerned TPA (like TTK, Mediassist, Raksha, etc.) online or by fax.
- After around 6 hours, there will be a response from the TPA, with the approval amount or denial of the request.
- If your baby is also covered under insurance, once the baby is born, you need to collect the ‘Pre-authorization Form’ from the insurance counter and get it filled, this time by the Paediatric doctor or Paediatric Registrar at the LDRP nursing station.
- Give it back to the Insurance Counter, they will then proceed with the work.
10. General information for the expecting mom
The OPD file that you have used throughout your pregnancy. In case of insurance coverage, please produce:
- Your / Your husband’s Insurance ID card / printout
- Your own ID proof (like Driving License, Employee ID card, Voter’s ID etc.)
- Your husband’s ID proof, if you are claiming through his coverage
Baby clothes and diapers to use after being discharged. As long as you are in the hospital, we provide a baby wrapping cloth, disposable baby diapers and Lactogen feeds if required. But at the time of being discharged, you are advised to have a set of clothes ready for the baby.
A set of clothes for yourself for usage after being discharged. As long as you are in the hospital, we provide a hospital gown, sanitary napkins, your food etc. But at the time of being discharged, you are advised to have a set of clothes ready for yourself.
Your personal toiletries like comfortable inner clothing, comb etc. Hospital will provide you a tooth brush, tooth paste, soap and shampoo.