UMA SANJEEVANI has the slogan “Quality Health Care with Dedication in affordable Cost” and we actually provide it. It has the achievement of among the best hospitals in the Delhi/NCR for 25 years. This hospital has multiple specialties in both adult and paediatric. This medical and surgical hospital is best known for less medical mistakes and patient care.

Uma Sanjeevani with its specialized clinical departments every year, hundreds of thousands of patients from all over Delhi NCR and many other places come here to make use of our modern treatment facilities. The highest standards of medical care are guaranteed by our world-renowned Doctors, distinguished physicians and committed nursing staff. Uma Sanjeevani Hospital is constantly improving and updating its processes to speed up with the latest trends.

Ear, nose and throat specialists, also called ENTs, ENT doctors and otolaryngologists, specialize in otolaryngology (pronounced ō-tō-la-rən-gä-lə-jē). Otolaryngologists diagnose, manage and treat disorders of the head and neck, including the ears, nose throat, sinuses, voice box (larynx) and other structures. Otolaryngology is a surgical specialty and ENTs are trained in the medical and surgical management of disease.

Otolaryngologists may see adults and children and treat a variety of conditions, such as

  • Hearing loss and ear disorders (e.g., ear infection, dizziness, tinnitus)
  • Allergies (e.g., hay fever, seasonal rhinitis)
  • Infections (e.g., sinusitis, tonsillitis)
  • Injuries
  • Congenital (present at birth) or acquired abnormalities (e.g., cleft palate, cleft lip, deviated septum, drooping eyelids, loss of smell)
  • Swallowing disorders (e.g., difficulty swallowing)
  • Speech disorders (e.g., hoarseness, laryngitis)
  • Benign (non-cancerous) growths and malignant (cancerous) tumors of the nose, sinuses, mouth, throat, larynx, upper esophagus, thyroid gland and parathyroid (e.g., nasal polyps, head and neck cancer)
  • Certain nerve disorders (e.g., Bell's palsy)
  • Sleep disorders (e.g., sleep apnea, snoring)


Was established by Dr. Kulamani Mahapatra and has existed for over 10 years.

The practice treats the whole spectrum of ear, nose and throat disorders in light, modern rooms, using the latest diagnostic methods. Dr. K Mahapatra is experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of ENT.


Dr. Kulamani Mahapatra

M.B.B.S, M.S (E.N.T), President’s Police Medal Winner

Uma Sanjeevani Health Centre DM-1, DLF City-2, Gurgaon, HR (122002) For appointment, call : 0124.2357157/0124.2353629

In emergency, call 8800713533

Dr. K Mahapatra is a leading Otolaryngologist

He has a rich experience of more than 40 years in ENT. After starting his career as Junior Medical officer in 1970 in Central Reserve Police Force (C.R.P.F) he achieved the heights of success in his professional career by crossing the milestones like Assistant Commandant in the year 1976, Commandant (SMO) in the year 1983, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in the year 1990, Grade Commandant in the year 1992 and worked as Head of the Office from the year 1990 to 2002 of a 100 Bedded CRPF Hospitals across the nation. He is well trained Otolaryngologist, dedicated to provide compassionate and comprehensive treatment to patients with an aim to serve the Community at large.

Why Dr. K Mahapatra 

  • He has a rich experience of more than 40 years in ENT and President’s Police Medal Award winner.
  • He is well trained Otolaryngologist, dedicated to provide compassionate and comprehensive treatment to patients with an aim to serve the Community at large.
  • He has been very popular among his patients wherever he has been for his compassion, transparency & evidence based practice

Got President’s Police Medal for Meritorious Service in year 1990.


Dr. Kulamani Mahapatra’s learning and studying desire didn’t stop on completion of MBBS and MS but he continues to take part in different programmes and courses to meet the latest trends and to full fill his aim to serve the Society. Some of the gems in his career are as:

  • Course on Hospital Administration.
  • Course on Planning and Management of Medical care.
  • Course on Civil Defence Staff Causality Service for Doctors.
  • Medical Rescue and Resuscitation Course.
  • Course on Productivity and performance improvement for Health and Hospital Administration.
  • Workshop on Microsurgery for Ear.
  • Training Programme on Health and Hospital Management at AIIMS.

Ear Cleaning Dos and Don’ts

Why does earwax get such a bum rap? Earwax actually is a good thing and does a great deal to help our ears stay clean. Earwax protects the inside of your ear canal, lubricates it and provides protection against bacteria. It may not sound correct, but you want to have wax in your ears! So how do you go about cleaning your ears? Here are some dos and don’ts.

Do be Gentle

It doesn’t take much effort to wipe away earwax from outside your ears. A tissue or washcloth will get the job done. Your ears don’t need a daily cleaning, which actually can do more harm than good. Ears have a self-cleaning system that sweeps the earwax, dirt, debris and bacteria out to the outer ear. Also, your jaw movement helps earwax migrate out.

Don’t use cotton swabs (or other items)

The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery recently updated its guidelines and plainly stated that cotton swabs are “not appropriate for earwax removal.” The guidelines go on, “say no to putting anything smaller than your elbow in your ear.” That includes toothpicks, hairpins, pen caps and house keys. Why? Because these items can scratch your ear canal, rupture eardrums and even dislocate the delicate bones in your ear. Cotton swabs may push earwax back into the ear canal, leading to impaction. Cotton swabs should only be used on your outer ear, if at all.

Do pay attention to any changes in your ears

If you have a feeling of fullness or sounds seem muffled, you may have an earwax blockage. These are also symptoms of other potential problems, so it’s important to see your audiologist if you notice any changes in your hearing or how your ears feel. Also be sure to ask before using at-home treatments such as eardrops or wax softening products, especially if you recently had any problems with your ears

Don’t fall for fads

Don’t use ear candles, period. Ear candling involves the use of a special hollow candle that is lit above your ear to supposedly remove earwax. It’s a dangerous practice that can seriously injure your ear canal or eardrum. Injuries from ear candling include burns, infections, eardrum perforations and temporary hearing loss.

Do keep your hearing aids clean

Earwax build-up on your hearing aids impairs performance. Keep them clean by wiping your devices down with a dry cloth and using the special tools provided to clean out any wax. It’s natural to want to keep your ears clean. But it’s not often that your ears need extra help! Following these dos and don’ts should keep earwax in balance. And remember, don’t reach for those cotton swabs! When it comes to ear cleaning, that’s the hardest rule to follow – but the absolute best way to maintain healthy ears.

Services we offer in ENT department