Department of Emergency Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine provides emergency care round-the-clock to patients with a variety of emergencies. It is manned by faculty, senior residents and junior residents to provide efficient emergency care. The number of patients attending the Emergency Department has been increasing over the past few years. In the year 2021-22, nearly 1,07,853 patients attended the emergency department.
The department has two operation theatres for immediate surgical interventions. Nearly 122 minor OT procedures were done during 2021-22 which included tracheostomies and others. The department has high-end facilities to manage and monitor critically ill patients. It has all types of equipment required for emergency care. These include defibrillators, ventilators, cardiac monitors, infusion pumps, NIVs, HFNCs, nebulizers and others. The department has electrically-operated chest compressors as well as automatic chest compressor-defibrillation system for providing high-standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation.