The Prime Medical College Hospital was formally started its function on 17 August 2007 with a bed capacity of 310 which has now been extended to 750 beds. It is a tertiary care medical facility. The hospital provides all sorts of Medical & Surgical services. The Hospital has well equipped medical, general surgical, obstetrics and gynaecological, paeditric, Anaesthesiology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Neurology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, ENT, Urology, Neurosurgery Unit, ICU, CCU & Neonatal ICU. The Additional services are Dialysis Centre, Radiology & Imaging Stone Crash Center, Specialist Consultation Centre, Diagnostic Centre supported with modern equipments.
Renowned specialists, highly skilled technical, nursing aids and supporting staffs contribute to the reputation of this Hospital as a Medical Centre of Excellence in this region.
The hospital conducts clinico-social services (cataract operation, cleft-lip & cleft-palate operation) for the poor section of the society. These activities are performed free of cost.
Six Extensive Equipped Operating Theaters
Accident and Emergency (A&E)
Cardiac Non Invasive Laboratory
Coronary Care Unit
Respiratory and Gastrointestinal Video Endoscopy
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Outpatient Department (OPD)
Sophisticated X-ray/CT Scan
Reference Pathology Laboratory
Vaccination for Children
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES OF THE HOSPITAL:
All assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Professors teach the students who are placed in the wards everyday in the morning. Students are placed in small groups. Teaching in the morning is primarily done by Faculty Members. Registers teach the students in the evening session. Students are required to complete their cards and other assessment criteria before being allowed to take the MBBS final professional examinations.
Post Graduate Teaching:
Regular postgraduate teaching is imparted to Registrars, Assistant Registrars and Interns with regard to theory, diagnosis and management of patients. Registrars and Assistant Registrars are encouraged to attend teaching sessions in class rooms and wards. Complicated cases are routinely discussed with them with a view to train them in the management of patients. Assistant Registrars have hands on training in management of patients. The Intensive Care Unit and the Coronary Care Unit serve as ideal points for teaching on critically ill patients.
Journal Club Meeting is held in clinical departments once in a week and are attended by all members of the Department. Papers are read by the members of the Faculty, interns and junior doctors take part and important journals are regularly covered.
Seminar on topics of current interest/new discoveries/new therapeutic methods are held on regular basis in the college/hospital primacies'.