COVID Home care

From preventive care to chronic issues, our medical care providers partner with you for all your healthcare needs.

Comprehensive COVID Care Services

Covid RT PCR Tests

Get yourself tested at comfort of home. Reports same Day. 

Covid Care Consultations

From Doctor Consultations to Comprehensive Home Care Packages, we’ve it all to help you recover.

Covid Care for Corporate Teams

From Covid RT-PCR tests to Rapid tests and expert Doctor consultations, we help corporate teams test and recover.

Our COVID Care includes

Our COVID Care Packages

Call us on 08008166166 if you’ve any questions.


Home Collection
  • Sample Home Collection and Reports within 6hrs

Tele consultation

(1 Consultation )

Tele consultations for 2 weeks

( 10 Consultations )
  • COVID Specialist
  • Dr. Anil Kotamreddy
  • Dr. V S Pearlin
  • Mr. Goutham Kumar & 2 Nutritionist Consultations

Our COVID Specialist Doctors

Dr. Anil Kotam Reddy

General Physician, Internal Medicine

MBBS - General Physician, Internal Medicine

Dr. V S Pearlin


MD - Physician

Dr. A Sunil Kumar Reddy


MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry)

Mr. Goutham Kumar


MS Food Science and Nutrition

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Take vaccinations on time. No need to choose between one or other at present, all are beneficial.
  2. Second wave is worse than first wave.
  3. All hospitals across hyderabad are full. Avail home care on 8008166166, no need for hospital admissions for mild disease.
  4. Doctors and Hospital staff are tired, exhausted and fed up of working long hours and giving health advices.
  5. Impose self lockdown.
  6. Don’t visit closed spaces for atleast the next 2 months like Banks, Supermarkets, Restaurants, Cinema halls, Barber or Hair Saloons etc.
  7. Avoid unnecessary family meetings, visiting relatives and friends houses for social visits.
  8. Be Safe. Help others to be safe. NO EXCUSES, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Some tips to stay mentally healthy. Mask Hand Sanitisation Physical Distance

  1. Isolate yourself from news about the virus. (Everything we need to know, we already know).
  2. Don’t look out for death toll. It’s not a cricket match to know the latest score. Avoid that.
  3. Don’t look for additional information on the Internet; it would weaken your mental state.
  4. Avoid sending fatalistic messages. Some people don’t have the same mental strength as you.
  5. If possible, listen to music, look for board games to entertain children, tell stories and future plans.
  6. Maintain discipline in the home by washing your hands and personal hygiene.
  7. Your positive mood will help protect your immune system.
  8. Focus on your work strategy for future, it’s time to restructure your personal & professional portfolio
  9. Watch comedy movies & videos & stay with laughter, as laughter is best medicine.
  10. Be responsible. Take responsibility. Own responsibility. Don’t blame others.
  11. Keep self-safe. Keep your family safe. Keep your relatives safe. Keep humanity safe.
  • Call our 8008166166 and arrange a COVID test.
  • Stay home and away from others for 14 days.
  • While you are in quarantine, do not go to work, to school or to public places.
  • Keep at least a 1-metre distance from others and your family members.
  • Wear a medical mask to protect others.
  • Clean your hands frequently.
  • Stay in a separate room from other family members, and wear a mask.
  • Keep the room well-ventilated by keeping the windows open.
  • If you share a room, place beds at least 1 metre apart.
  • Monitor yourself for any symptoms for 14 days.
  • Call 8008166166 to speak with our doctors immediately if you have any difficulty breathing, loss of speech or mobility, confusion or chest pain.
  • Stay positive by keeping in touch with others by phone or online and exercising at home.
  1. WHO strongly recommends that corticosteroids (i.e. dexamethasone, hydrocortisone or prednisone) be given orally or intravenously ONLY for the treatment of patients with severe and critical COVID-19.
  2. WHO advises against the use of corticosteroids in the treatment of patients with non-severe COVID-19
  3. Time and duration of medication should be once daily for 7-10 days.
  4. Daily dose should be 6 mg of dexamethasone, equivalent to 160 mg of hydrocortisone (i.e. 50 mg every 8 hours or 100 mg every 12 hours), 40 mg of prednisone, and 32 mg of methylprednisolone (8 mg every 6 hours).
  5. Dexamethasone is generally safe. It presents a favorable benefit-risk profile, particularly in patients with severe forms of pneumonia, while the benefit is less prominent in patients with non-severe pneumoni and has no benefit in others.
  6. In pregnancy or breastfeeding women, patients can be given prednisolone (a milder corticosteroid) 40 mg administered by mouth.
  7. Prolonged use for more than two weeks may be associated with glaucoma, cataract, fluid retention, hypertension, psychological effects (e.g., mood swings, memory issues, confusion or irritation), weight gain, or increased risk of infections and osteoporosis.
  8. All these adverse events are not associated with short term use with the exception of hyperglycaemia that can worsen diabetes.
  9. Steroid Induced Diabetes is usually transient and reversible. As steroid doses are reduced, drug-induced diabetes is expected to resolve
  10. Sulfonylureas are the first- choice oral treatments for steroid-induced hyperglycaemia and if uncontrolled may need Insulin with proper titration of doses to match the tapering of steroid doses.