Objectives And Vision
The Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine has been constantly following a ‘review®renew’ agenda for over five-years now. We aim to follow a set of serial-objectives that are intricately linked and have a prospective step-ladder orientated growth projection. Current objectives are:
- Patient-oriented anesthesia services
- Newer approaches to consider and address difficult case-scenarios
- Bring down internal case-cancellation rate
- Enhance external referrals
- Active record-keeping (anaesthesia-related morbidity, successfully-managed critical cases)
- Structured patient follow-up mechanism with particular attention to high-risk cases, women, children and the elderly
The unit is supported by trained doctors around the clock, cutting-edge technology and ambulance services with critical life-saving equipment manned by trained medical and paramedical staff.
The Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine, offers host of clinical services, academic-training and research. Apart from the provision of routine clinical anesthesia, we impart DNB-postgraduate Training (Anesthesiology), Fellowship (pain relief services, liver-transplant anaesthesia), Observership (general anesthesia, liver-transplant anesthesia, pain management) and opportunity for new MBBS-graduates under the Compulsory Rotatory Internship programme.