Pulmonary Medicine Private OPD

The  Pulmonary Medicine Private OPD is run by named consultants, whom you can choose. At present, you may choose from among the following consultants:

– Dr DJ Christopher

– Dr Balamugesh T

– Dr Barney Isaac TJ

– Dr Priya N

– Dr Jefferson Daniel J

– Dr Benjamin Earnest Williams

For online booking, you may click here.

a. Location:

Pulmonary Medicine OPD area, A201: Second floor in A block, Ranipet Campus

b. Timings:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

From 8 AM till 4 PM 

For online appointments click the link below or visit the appointment booking counter in the hospital.

a. Location:

Pulmonary Medicine OPD area, A201: Second floor in A block, Ranipet Campus.

b. Timings:

General and Private OPD: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8 AM till 4 PM 

c. Who can visit? 

– Asthma, Allergy & Immunology

a. Severe Asthma

b. ABPA 

c. Occupational asthma

d. Allergic Rhinitis

E. Drug Allergy

F. Anaphylaxis


a. Chronic bronchitis

b. Emphysema

c. Respiratory failure (type 2)

Bronchiectasis, including:

a. Allergic Broncho Pulmonary Aspergillosis

b. Cystic Fibrosis

– Tuberculosis

a. Pulmonary Tuberculosis

b. Pleural effusion

c. Drug resistant Tuberculosis

d. Post TB sequelae

– Interstitial Lung Disease

a. Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis – IPF

b. Non-specific Interstitial Pneumonia – NSIP

c. Organizing Pneumonia – COP

d. Sarcoidosis

e. Chronic Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis – CHP

f. Respiratory Bronchiolitis Interstitial Lung Disease – RBILD

g. Desquamative Interstitial Pneumonia – DIP

h. Acute Interstitial Pneumonia – AIP

i. Lymphocytic Interstitial Pneumonia – LIP

j. Idiopathic Pleuro-parenchymal fibroelastosis- PPFE

k. Combined pulmonary fibrosis and emphysema (CPFE) 

l. Other Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias – IIPs

– Post inflammatory chronic lung diseases

a.  Post- COVID-19 lung disease

b.  Destroyed lung

c. Fibrosis / Fibrocavitary disease

d. Aspergilloma (Fungal ball)

– Pulmonary thromobembolism & Pulmonary hypertension

a. Acute and Chronic thrombo- embolism

b. Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) 

c. Pulmonary arterial hypertension

– Sleep disordered breathing

a. Obstructive sleep apnea

b. Central sleep apnea

c. Obesity hypoventilation syndrome

d. Parasomnias

– Pulmonary Vasculitis

a. Granulomatosis with polyangitis – GPA

b. Eosinophilic Granulomatosis with polyangitis – EGPA

c. Microscopic Polyangitis

– Lung & thoracic tumours (including cancer)

a. Tumour/mass lesion in the lungs

b. Tumour/mass lesion in the chest/mediastinum

c. Lymphoma

 – Pleural effusion

a. Malignant pleural effusion

b. Tubercular pleural effusion

c. Empyema and parapneumonic effusion

d. Undiagnosed pleural effusion

– Occupational Lung Diseases

a. Coal workers

b. Mining workers

c. Steel plant workers

d. Quarry workers

e. Other industries

– Respiratory neuromuscular disorders

a. Kyphosis

b. Scoliosis

c. Respiratory muscle weakness

d. Diaphragmatic paralysis/weakness

– Chronic Respiratory failure, requiring domiciliary Oxygen or require respiratory support devices such as CPAP, BPAP