The objective of the course for the students is to review the basic concept of preclinical and para-clinical courses and to implement it in clinical practice in the clinical ward.
It also prepares students for the basic clinical needs related to antenatal care, intranatal care, postnatal care, diagnosis, conduction and management of normal delivery, assisted breech delivery, basic emergency obstetric care, e.g., running of I.V Channel, Resuscitation of hemodynamically unstable patients, conduction of normal delivery, management of P.P.H, and timely referral to the higher center.
Bed side clinics, hands on training in normal delivery through conduction and observation, clinical posting of ward duties, indoor, O.P.D, O.T and rural, are also a part of their course.
The department has adequate space for accommodation of patients, students' teachings, clinical work by the postgraduate students, provision for separate sitting arrangement of faculty members, independent working space for the steno-typist, departmental record keeping room, stores, on-duty medical officers and teaching faculties, restroom during emergency service. Accommodation for labour room, labour room operation theatre, septic OT, nursing personnel's room as well as distribution of beds according to clinical units have been provided in one annex. (Provision for 100 beds.)
Facilities are available for teaching and training of various National Health Programme under NRHM for district level specialists and medical officers for BEMOC & CEMOC and Integrated Child Health Programme and running rural ANC services weekly basis and on-camp basis at different PHC's
Other activities of the department include weekly seminars, journal reviews, group discussions, CME Programme organized by the medical unit, debates, quizzes, specialized workshops like laparoscopic & Hysteroscopic video telecast and three dimensional USG, training of medical officers and nursing personnel under NRHM for BEmOC&CEmOC, inter-departmental seminars and workshops organized by Indian Medical Association & Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society
Diagnostic Health Care Services
Diagnostic Health Care Services are offered through Special Clinics run in OPD on weekly and bi-weekly basis which include screening procedures for detection of Gynaecological Malignancy, breast diseases, ovarian malignancies follow up and prognostic evaluation of high-risk cases related to Hydatidiform Mole & Gynaecological Disorders and VILI & VIA tests for early screening.
Cytological screening of women of reproductive age group is implemented through evaluation of:
National health programme
NSV & IUCDs as part of the National Family Welfare and Planning programme are done routinely as a day-care procedure and bilateral tubal ligation is done as an indoor procedure. Routine antenatal and gynaecology screening of patients as per RCH & NRHM Programme are ongoing procedures.
Non-government health programme
From time to time specialists from Gynaecology faculty are deputed to clinics organized by NGOs for women health care services.
Round-the- clock, cost effective treatment is being offered to the patients attending the institute for ANC, day care surgery, major surgery, Obstetric procedures and Caesarean Sections. Gynaecological health screening in the reproductive and post-menopausal patients is being done in OPD & Special Clinics.