About The Department
Our outpatient department (OPD) is located in the ground floor of the hospital building, an average of 100-150 patients attend the OPD.
Outpatient services include: General antenatal and Gynecology care, Family welfare clinic, Infertility clinic, High risk obstetrics care, Menopause clinic, Adolescent clinic and Cancer screening. All OPD procedures are done here.
The labour ward complex is situated in the first floor with well-equipped labour rooms attached with operation theatre inclusive of 21 beds labour room, 2 beds in eclampsia room, 5 beds in Obstetrics ICU, 7 beds in NICU, 3 beds in septic labour room, 5 beds in early labour and 2 beds in postnatal observation.
OBG wards have total of 90 beds with 40 beds for antenatal, 35 beds for Gynaecology and 15 beds for post-partum care.
Our state of Art Theater complex is well equipped with 24×7 anaesthesia facilities. We have all modernized equipment for minimal access surgery. Laparoscopy, Hysteroscopy, Tubal microsurgery, Abdominal and Vaginal hysterectomy, Medical and Surgical abortions, Emergency Laparotomy and Cancer surgeries are done here.
We have intake of 150 MBBS students & 3 post graduate students per year. We have dedicated Lecture & Clinical training for undergraduate students. They are exposed to skills lab training. They are encouraged to improve knowledge through Symposium, case presentations and integrated lectures.
The post graduate students, apart from regular lecture and clinical classes participate in Journal club, research work. They participate in paper presentations, publications, conferences, CME’S and integrated lectures.
Head of the Department
HOD of Anatomy is the first stepping stone in laying out a firm foundation for medical aspirants. With the sound grasp of normal body structure; medical professionals are able to reason out a just rationale towards any disease.
Academic teaching comprises of 9 Subdivisions along with Research education to stimulate and boost new ideas in Research domain. Postgraduate and other allied students also undergo training in the department.
The subject dynamism attracts General and Super Speciality surgeons to revisit cadaveric lab for advance skill sharpening and explore new surgical interventions on cadavers.