On the hospital side, there are three functioning blocks - old OP block
new OP block
OLD OP BLOCK
The old OP block has the Casualty wing, the wards of the surgical, medical branches and also the OP's of Urology, Nephrology, Neurosurgery and other super specialties.
NEW OP BLOCK
The new block houses the Out-patient Departments(OPD) of General Surgery, Dermatology with STD wing, ENT and Dental Surgery departments.
Apart from these, separate buildings are available for Orthopaedics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology(OG), Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Psychiatry, Trauma ward, Paediatric OP and Thoracic Medicine OP. A connecter runs across the old OP and OG block. A new 2-storey neonatology block is also under construction.
The total bed strength of the hospital is 610. The General Medicine and General Surgery departments have 4 units each, while the Orthopaedics and OG departments(including family welfare) function with 3 units each. The paediatrics department runs 2 units.
There are 4 main operation theatres(OT) and several minor OT's. The orthopaedics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and ophthalmology departments have separate OT's, while the ENT and the surgical super-specialities share a main OT. An emergency OT exists, close to the casualty and labour wards. Intensive Care Units for Surgery, Medicine, Paediatric, Neonatalogy are present in the respective departments.
The Radiology department is blessed with CT-scan, Ultra-sound, Doppler, and digital X-ray facilities. The Cardiology department has echocardiography, computerized treadmill electrocardiography(ECG) apart from other facilities. A 16 channel electroencephalography(EEG) is with the neurology department. Dialysis is carried out regularly by the Nephrology wing of the hospital.