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A gynaecologist is a doctor who specializes in women’s reproductive health, including diseases of the genital tract (ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina, and vulva). Gynaecologists can seek out additional training in subspecialist areas, including maternal and fetal medicine.



This Medicine course will help doctors to enhance their knowledge and skills required for the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute and urgent aspects of illness and injuries affecting patients of all age groups. This course will enable the student build competencies in triaging patients.



This Orthopaedic course is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies to organize, manage and deliver an Orthopaedics Rehabilitation program within a hospital. It prepares the students to work in the area of orthopaedic injuries & enhance their skills



The programme specifically supports practitioners in the early years of surgical training and it provides broad theoretical knowledge common to all surgical specialities. We understand the hardships faced by young surgeons and gynaecologists who struggle to get a good opportunity.

Our Faculty

Dr. Anurag Arora

General Medicine & Cardiologist

Dr. Anupama Sethi Arora

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Kapil Lall

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Saurabh Pengoria

General & Laparoscopic Surgeon

Dr. Gagan Kansal

Orthopedic & Joint Surgeon

Dr. Manisha Kadyan

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Himanshu Kukreja

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Sweta Kumari

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Bhupender Kadyan


Dr. Pankaj Khurana

General & Laparoscopic Surgeon

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We have trained more than 3000+ candidates in the last couple of years.


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What Alumni Says...

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Had a great time. Learning laparoscopy at Tulip Hospital got chance to assist, hands on procedure with the mentors Wich was the best part of the course. I would like to thanks Dr. Anupama for everything. Read more

Dr. Pappu

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It was a great opportunity to brush up my endoscopy skills. Dr. Anupama is a great person, always calm and patient, how so ever long the surgery is going she keeps teaching important and key points. Read More

Dr. Preeti

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It was great opportunity to have training at Tulip Hospital. Learnt laproscopy surgery, guidance and hands on training was really very helpful. And with this training we can really go back to our institute Read more

Dr. Manoj

Hands on Laparoscopic Surgery Training that develops your capacities and skills for making an expert.

TILLT train you in Hands on Laparoscopic Surgery Training . In this Institute, a Laparoscopy specialist teaches you the basics and advanced things related to the term of laparoscopy surgery and its surgery procedure to groom you.  Obes and Gyne Specialist Dr. Anupama Sethi Arora says about laparoscopy, it is a surgical procedure which you can understand as a minimally invasive incision which is related to the area of the abdomen and pelvis. In simple words, laparoscopy is Endoscopic surgery or Keyhole surgery. It’s a procedure by which a woman’s reproductive system can prepare for a baby through surgery. This surgery works on the involvement of incisions, less pain, the lower rate of infection, and other complications. Through this procedure, patients can heal in quicker

Procedure of Laparoscopy 

Dr. Anupama Sethi Arora says we teach our students with ease procedures to treat patients during the Hands on Laparoscopy Surgery Training, Laparoscopic Surgery Training. How to deal with patients before and after surgery. In all these basic things our qualified Doctors train you.  As a surgeon, you should have to try to feel comfort first with the patients. Then you should start the procedure, as we know in this surgery doctors make a small incision in the abdomen area. In this procedure doctors insert a small tube with an attached camera to it to diagnose, this tube is called a laparoscope.  In this process, the camera displays the images on a screen of the real-time view of organs under the abdomen. This surgery is quite at a reasonable cost for patients and this surgical equipment to use a well-advanced brand and quality.

Pre Surgery Process

Surgeon learns your pre-procedure of surgery, as before undergoing any surgery, it is most important that your doctor has every information on the medical history of patients and awareness of the current medical condition. 

Apart from this, doctors have to clear certain medical tests, urinalysis, electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG), and chest X-ray, etc to understand the abnormality or the disease. The other most important factor doctors instruct their patients about a meal is that before surgery patients should avoid eating and drinking for at least eight hours.

Post-surgery impacts

Laparoscopy is not a much risky procedure. although after surgery rarely in some cases patients may feel some pain in their shoulder because of the carbon dioxide gas. it may occur because of the inflation of the abdomen so that it creates a working space for the surgical instruments. After all, there are no other harmful impacts of this surgery.

Benefits of Laparoscopy

Where there are several risks as well as benefits too of Laparoscopy. Dr. Anupama says, Patients get compared to its counterpart of traditional open surgery like body scars are less, No deep incisions on the body, Shorter Hospital Stay, Less pain, early recovery, Heals quickly. 

Risk of Surgery 

TILLTS trains their future surgeon to deal with the risk factor of patients after laparoscopy. The most common risks of laparoscopy are somehow bleeding, infection, and damage to organs in your abdomen. However, these are rare possibilities, If in some other aspects patients have signs of infection then it is necessary to contact the doctor. 

Need of laparoscopy

Laparoscopy Specialist of TILLT Dr. Saurabh Pengoria says, at what time someone will need laparoscopy treatment? 

When someone has symptoms of severe or chronic pain in the abdomen or pelvis region, a lump in the abdomen area, abdominal cancer, urological health issues, infertility, fibroids, ovarian conditions such as ovarian cysts, emergencies such as an ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy not in the uterus). In these cases, patients can come to doctor their problems and get back better consultation and treatment.

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