To be an Academic leader in Orthopaedic clinical care, innovative education and training and musculoskeletal rsearch.
Strive to provide state of art comprehensive cost-effective care for all musculoskeletal disorder to the last man in the queue.
Provide quality UG and PG Orthopaedic education through a structured innovative teaching and evaluation method to produce competent, compassionate Orthopaedic clinicians.
To develop research temper among trainees to create evidence for clinical problems unique to India to be treated in available infrastructure.
Endeavour to make signification advances in musculoskeletal scientific knowledge through collaaborative basic sciiences, translational and clinical research.
Innovations In Curricular Aspects:
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Goals / Future Plans:
A). Medical Education
To Increase the quality of education through:
B) Research activities assisting postgraduates and undergraduates in various clinical publications and research journals.
C) Exchange program between various
other medical institutions and departments.
D) To actively participate in OUTREACH HEALTH PROGRAMMES & HEALTH CAMPS.
E) minimal use of blood and blood products in elective surgeries by using minimally invasive techniques for better health care of poor and weaker
sections of the society.
F) To implement and follow guidelines mentioned in the AYUSHMAAN BHARAT scheme in our hospital as declared by the Honorable Prime Minister of India.
Spine Surgery and Intervention
Musculoskeletal Research and Innovation
Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Procedures
Musculoskeletal Trauma and Fracture Care
|1||DR. AMIT DWIVEDI||PROFESSOR & HOD|
|2||DR. RAJEEV ANAND||PROFESSOR|
|3||DR. APPORV AGARWAL||ASSOCATE PROFESSOR|
|4||DR. NISHIT PALO||ASSOCATE PROFESSOR|
|5||DR. RUDRA NARAYA N MUKHERJEE||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|6||DR. SHIVANSHU MITTAL||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|DR. NEERAJ JAYANT||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|7||DR. MRIGANK TRIPATHI||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|8||DR. ARUNAB H ARORA||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|9||DR. NEEL KAMAL SOURAV||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|10||DR. ABHISHE K MALIK||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|11||DR. TUSHAR TYAGI||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|12||DR. CHIRANT AN M S||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|13||Dr. GOVIND NARAYAN CHOUDHARY||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|14||Dr. CHETAN RAJ SINGH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|15||Dr. VEEREND RA MANNANP||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|16||Dr. ANKIT KUMAR YADAV||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|17||DR. ADITYA AGGARW AL||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|18||DR. ARNAV CHOWDH ARY||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|19||DR. AVISHKAR||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|20||Dr. ASHISHDEEP SINGH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|21||DR. ADITYA SINGH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|22||Dr. G. RAKESH KUMAR||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|23||Dr. ROHIL SHARMA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|24||DR. SHUBHRA NSHU TIWARY||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|25||DR. SAURAV SINGLA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|26||DR. KAPIL KATHURI A||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|27||DR. GOHIL DHRUVIL SINH MAYURD HWAJSINH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|28||DR. PATIL HARSHAD SURESH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|29||DR. SAKET SHUBHA M||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|30||DR. CHAUDHARY MILIND MAHENDER||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
Facilities In Orthopaedics Department:
Assessment of functional outcome of acromia clavicular joint injuries treated by hook plate using Penn and conjunct score.
Evaluation of factors determining pulmonary function in paediatric scoliosis.
Assessment of comparative analysis between PRP and corticosteroid injection in plantar fascitis.
Correlation between cervico thoracic angle and neck pain in adults.
Comparative analysis between hemiarthroplasty & internal fixation in fracture intertrochantric f e m u r i n e l d e r l y population.
Comparative analysis of o u t c o m e of o p e n reduction with plating and closed reduction in distal radius fractures.
Comparative analysis b e t w e e n l o c k i n g compression plate and JESS in the management of p r o x ima l ti b i a l fractures
Awards And Achievement:
I. AAOS(American Association of Orthopedic Surgery).
II. WIROC- Mumbai.
III. MERIL,S arthoplasty course at MERIL’S academy, Gujarat.
IV. Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) certified surgeons.
V. Advanced trauma update.