Shakuntala Women’s Hospital, established in 1994, has been one of the pioneers at providing premium healthcare at affordable costs in Navi Mumbai. The patients, at Shakuntala Hospital, are looked after by MD consultants with extensive knowledge and experience. Our services are available round the clock and our Healthcare practices are ethically backed by the pillars of Quality, accessibility, reliability and consistency. We believe every mother is special, every baby precious, and each of them deserving of affordable, safe, quality healthcare. Our institute has been serving the masses for well over two decades, treating generations with obstetrics and gynaecological care and fostering novel diagnostic techniques.

At SWH, we believe that patient care begins right from the first consultation. Garbh Sanskar, Adolescent counselling, Infertility clinic, Ante-natal care with delivery, Menopause clinics, Government recognized Family Planning and MTP Center, FOGSI recognized Colposcopy Training Center for doctors and Cancer detection center for patients are some of the facilities available at SWH. We believe in a combination of a professional and homely environment, combined with a spiritual atmosphere through the Garbh Sanskar clinics, which provide holistic and tender loving care to the mother and baby.

At Shakuntala Women’s Hospital, we also conduct Colposcopy training for gynaecologists coming from all over India since 2014, which is a step to reduce the incidence of Maternal Mortality due to Cancer Cervix (mouth of the womb).


About Dr. Bharati R. Morey

Dr. Bharati R. Morey is the founder of Shakuntala Women’s Hospital and Infertility Centre, which was setup on 30th June 1994.

She passed MD(Obstetrics & Gynaecology) in 1989 from Mumbai University. She has served as the President for the NMOGS (Navi Mumbai Obstetrics & Gynaecological Society) and has conducted many CMEs and also conducted free medical check-up camps for the women of Navi Mumbai for the years 2013 to 2015.

She has been an Active Managing Committee member of the Navi Mumbai Obstetric & Gynaecological Society from 2004, since its inception. She has worked as a member for FOGSI (Federation of Obstetrics & Gynaecological Society of India) and Safe Motherhood Committee with Dr. Sadhana Gupta which won the best Committee award at the AICOG, 2014.
Dr Bharati Morey has also attended the TOT (Training for Trainers) Programme and conducted several programs as a National Trainer for the FOGSI – HMS (Helping Mothers Survive) Programme, under the guidance of Dr Alpesh Gandhi. As a National Trainer for the FOGSI – DIPSI programme for the GDM (Gestational Diabetes Mellitus), she has conducted numerous training programs for the medical students of all the medical colleges of Navi Mumbai, grooming them to be competent doctors.

Dr Bharati Morey, as the Organising Chairperson, for the 28th Annual Conference of the AMOGS -The Association of Maharashtra Obstetric & Gynaecological Society in January 2014, gave one of the most successful conferences in the history of AMOGS. She is an active member of the FOGSI Oncology & Trophoblastic Tumours Committee since Jan 2013 and has conducted many free PAP Smear Camps across Navi Mumbai.

Dr. Bharti Morey has been vocational in spreading awareness and conducting knowledge sessions for both medical practitioners and the society. Being associated with WIT (Women’s India Trust), she has conducted sessions ranging from reproductive systems to menopause for the underprivileged women. Some of the initiatives the doctor has closely worked with:
  • Yuva Fogsi (west zone) 2006 panel discussion as faculty member.
  • Navi Mumbai Obstetrics & Gynecological society (NMOGS) - (2008-2009) - Panel discussion on upgrading the standard of clinical care for the patients.
  • Maharashtra Seva Sangh, Airoli, 2006 - Knowledge session on female anatomy, family planning, AIDS and its prevention.
  • Associated with FOGSI for the 'Growing up' school education program for girls on their menstrual 'health & hygiene issues.
  • Active participation in NMOGS initiative for Adolescent Friendly Health services.
  • Actively associated with FOGSI initiative for Rural health activities & camps by talking about antenatal care, contraception and general women health issues.
  • Association with Govt. recognized Mahila Mandals to actively educate the women of health issues.
  • NMMC dispensary , Turbhe 2006, - Detailed dialogue with underprivileged women on topics like women health and permanent methods of family planning.
  • Working with the youth, she has visited various educational institutions for creating awareness about adolescent health by giving talks on contraception, AIDS and safe sex.

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