Department of General Medicine caters the needs of Undergraduate, Postgraduate students and provides round the clock patient related services.
On the education front the dedicated faculty in the department are actively involved in providing need based learning and good clinical skill development of both Undergraduate & Postgraduates. Clinical Research is given top priority. The faculties are involved in clinical research and guiding the undergraduate and Post Graduate students in various research activities.
On the patient front the department provides outpatient services, round the clock emergency, ICU services and regular inpatient services.
The Department of General Medicine at RRMCH comprises of a group of Faculty members with a keen interest in education service & research. The curriculum for post graduate training in General Medicine is as per the RGUHS Guidelines PG students in the department are trained in terms of developing proper clinical skills in recognition & management of various medical problems with due emphasis on proper utilization of various state of the art investigation tools available in the institute. Ethical approach to patient care is emphasized without causing diagnostic pain to the patients. PG students are also trained in the field of Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonology & Endocrinology. Research is given top priority right from the beginning and the PG students are encouraged to take up research projects & present research papers in various state & national level conferences. The goal is to provide knowledge clinical skills & confidence in the management of Medical problems.
The Department of General Medicine at RRMCH since inception in 2005 is one of the largest departments offering qualities medical services to the patients.The department comprises of a team of dedicated doctors who provide the following medical services.
Out Patient Service: From 9 AM to 4 PM on week days and 9 AM to 1 PM on Sundays and general holidays. Quality medical care is provided on outpatient basis by a team of doctors.
Speciality clinics: Provide chronic care and need bases assistance for chronic medical diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, epilepsy and chronic liver disease.
Inpatient Services: presently a total of one hundred and eighty beds are available for the care of sick patients. The 180 beds are under Six medical units, each unit has thirty beds. The sick patients in the medical general wards receive round the clock medical and nursing care. In addition patients receive health education, counseling services and dietician services.
Intensive Care Services: The Medical intensive care unit is fully equipped with all the emergence care facilities. The MICU provides round the clock services for the critically ill patients who are taken care of by a team of physicians and anaesthetists.
Health Camps: The camps are conducted regularly. Team of doctors from the department take active participation in the health camps by providing medical services (diagnosis and treatment) in the community setting