Goal

  • To improve the safety and quality of care and reduce waiting period for patients in Emergency Medicine services.     

Objective

  • To train the residents in emergency medical services, administrative and legal activities of the emergency department.
  • To train medical students, nurses and paramedical personnel.
  • To provide pre-hospital medical services.
  • To promote research in Emergency Medicine.
  • Establishment of Emergency medical services and dept
  • Before 2007 , emergency patients were managed in casualty and trauma care.
  • In August 2017, Emergency ICU and Emergency Medical Ward were established. Separate Emergency medicine department was started. Dr Prabha Nayak was head of the department.
  • In June 2019, the services were upgraded and the state of art EMS were made available since 15th June 2019.

PROGRAMS PROVIDED

  • Applied For M.D. Emergency Medicine

Teaching Faculty

Dr.Salve Shobha Bansi

Professor & Head

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Dr.Mahajan Swati Manikrao

Professor

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Dr.Dase Rajesh Keshavrao

Associate Professor

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Dr.Surwe Rahul Ravindra

Associate Professor

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Dr.Tayade Deepak Narayan

Assistant Professor

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Dr.Nakel Mahavir Pannalal

Assistant Professor

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Dr.Kunde Pallavi Bhimrao

Assistant Professor

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Dr.Joshi Bhavna Pramod

Tutor

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Dr.Deshmukh Shweta Vinodrao

Tutor

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Dr. Adchitre Sangita Arun

Associate Professor

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Dr.Naval Sameer Sahebrao

Assistant Professor

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Dr.Takwale Glory Vinay

Tutor

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Administrator

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Non-Teaching faculty

Infrastructure



Infrastructure

Ems has 9000 sq. feet area


RESUSCITATION AREA

  • ASSESSMENT & RESUSCITATION AREA – Has 9 beds including operation theatre for day care and minor and major emergency life saving surgical procedures. As per triage, Patient care is taken in red , yellow and green zone. SOPS are made available for patient management and as a learning resource for students and nursing staff.
  • Patients are stabilised and then shifted to Emergency ward or Emergency ICU.

  • EMS WARD

    It has 8 beds in female and male ward. All patients are monitored with multipara monitors.


    EICU

  • 8 bedded ICU with facility of ventilators and defibrillators for caring critical patients is available.
  • Separate Registration facility and Drug store is made available for patients who need emergency medical services

  • PREHOSPITAL SERVICES

    Well equipped ambulance service with trained paramedical staff is available for pre hospital care of critically ill patients

    EQUIPMENTS in EMS

  • Availability of equipments like invasive, non invasive & jet Ventilators, Biphasic Defibrillators, Syringe pumps, Laryngeal mask airway, laryngeal tubes      and cricothyrotomy set are available for critical patients in Resuscitation area.
  • Portable x-ray, Ultrasonography and CT Scan in EMS help in early diagnosis and initiation of treatment.
  • Facilities available :

  • Investigation facilities are available round the clock. As needed help from NABH accredited Central laboratory with Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry facilities, Blood Bank & Components is available.
  • All emergency services for Medical, Surgical, OBGY & Paediatric Patients, Dialysis, X Ray, CT Scan, MRI, Sonography, Cathlab, OT, Endoscopy are also available
  • Clinical work load Data :

  • Average daily OPD per unit : 120-140/day
  • Average daily IPD per unit : 35-40/day
  • Average daily bed occupancy rate : 80-90%
  • Activities

    ACTIVITIES

    • Museum having Educational CDs, X-Rays ,ABG reports, Emergency airway management, Oxygen therapy, charts, Equipments is established for students and paramedical staff.
    • Emergency Department works in collaboration with the Medical education and skill development unit, Red Cross (Aurangabad Branch)

    Activities Include

  • Training of Basic Medical Skills
  • Training of BLS training
  • Training of ACLS training
  • Training of Communication Skills
  • Value added courses
  • Lectures for Under Graduate Students :

    For 3rd MBBS students, covering commonly encountered emergencies has been initiated since March, 2018.

    Topics include:

  • Burns
  • Respiratory Arrest
  • Cerebrovascular Accident
  • Myocardial Infarction
  • CPR in special situations
  • Future Plans

  • Training of emergency medical practices to under graduates, post graduates and paramedical staff.
  • MCI recognition of the department to start Postgraduate course in Emergency medicine.
  • Encouraging all medical and para medical personnel to be certified ACLS and BLS trained personnel.
  • Encourage students to participate in workshops and research activities in the field of emergency medicine.
  • Facilities