::Departments : Clinical : Department of Medicine
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE
DEPARTMENT HISTORY
                Even before the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Medical College Hospital, the Medical ward was under one Senior Civil Surgeon Medical specialist. Once it became a Medical College Hospital in 2000, medicine department is functioning with 4 Medical units with Professor of Medicine and  Associate Professors. And Assistant Professor and Senior Resident In 2007, our college became a Post Graduate Institution with four Post Graduate students intake per year. In addition, our department providing training for Emergency Care Technician students as Paramedical Course.
             A Nephrologist and the Dialyzing units are attached to our department to take care of Renal Patients. Our department also provides an Intensive Medical Care Unit with 12 bed strength to care the acute medical conditions.
NAME OF THE COURSE OFFERED
Course offered Eligibility Sanctioned No. of seats Affiliated University If applicable) Selection procedure
MBBS Passed in +2 Exam 100 TN Dr. M.G.R 85% State quota based on HSC mark
15% for all India quota based on entrance examination
MD(GM) Passed in MBBS + 1yr CRRI 4 TN Dr. M.G.R 2 seats based an TN PG entrance exam
2 seats based on all India PG entrance exam
 
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION DETAILS
MD
Ist  year – Basic Science theory  Examination
IIIrd year – Theory, Practical and Viva voce
MBBS
Medicine Final year - Theory, Practical and Viva voce
PARA MEDICAL
Emergency Care Technician – Theory, Practical Viva voce
 
PERIODIC ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES HELD IN THE DEPARTMENT
  • Every Wednesday – Physician’s Conference – Case Presentation and Discussion
  • Our faculty members and Post Graduate students are actively participating International and National conferences.
  • Our UG and PG students are actively participating in the International and National Quiz programmes.
PAPER PRESENTATION
  • MELAS – Mitochondrial Encephalomyopathy Lactic acidosis, Stroke like episode.
  • Lawrence Moon Biedl Syndrome
  • WPW Syndrome – A case Report
Acrodermatitis Enteropathica
CME’S WORKSHOPS CONFERENCES CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT
Date Topic Credit points 
25.05.11 Antimicrobial Resistance  
20.07.11 Hepatitis review  
12.10.11 Insulin therapy  
23.05.12 CT & MRI for physicians  
04.07.12 Current concept Type 2 DM  
27.08.12 Insulin therapy in Type 2 DM  
17.10.12 Pancreatitis   
31-7-13 TB - Basics to recent advances 10
30-10-13 Rheumatology 10
23-11-13 SLE and APLS 10
14-12-13 CME and workshop in Respiratory critical care 10
30-3-2016

CME on Cardiology and neurology

5

19-06-2015

 

Know your nephron

10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 















SERVICE OFFERED
No of Units : 6
 
OP DAYS AND TIMINGS AND ADMISSION DAY (UNIT WISE)
Sunday – On rotation
Monday – I
Tuesday – II unit
Wednesday – III unit
Thursday – IV unit
Friday – V unit
Saturday – VI unit
OP timings:         7.30am to 10.30 am,
Extension OP :     10.30am to 12.00Noon,
Special fever OP:  07.30 am to 12.00Noon.
After 12.00 noon, the medical cases are admitted through round the clock casualty.
 
BED STRENGTH DEPARTMENT
Total - 145
OUT PATIENT OF MEDICAL PARTICULARS
AVERAGE OP : 8627 Per month
INPATIENT PARTICULARS
AVERAGE IP : 1164 Per month
SPECIAL CLINICS CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT
Hypertension OP, Diabetolgy OP & Nephrology OP
LIST OF LAB TEST
Basic blood and urine investigations
Average lab test: 26400 tests Per year
 
 

Staff:

Professor - 3
Associate Professor - 4
Assistant Professor - 10
Senior Resident - 5
Junior Resident - 17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Designed & Developed by

This site can be best viewed in 1024x768 screen resolution.