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Rao Tula Ram Memorial Hospital
OPD Services
OPD Services

 

                                                                                                                                                      
Days Registration Timing OPD Timing
Monday to Friday 7.30 AM to 12.00 PM 8.00 AM to 2.00 PM
Saturday 7.30 AM to 11.00 AM 8.00 AM to 1.00 PM

Closed on Sundays and all Gazetted Holidays.

        
  • Daily OPD for all Clinical Departments
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  • Three computerized OPD registration counter: one for male, one for female and one for Senior Citizens/DGEHS card holder/Divyang and Hospital Staff
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  • Medicines issued on basis of prescription of doctors
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  • Medicines are dispensed free of charge.
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  • Special Sunday Clinic for Senior Citizens
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  • Drug Counters: There are three drug counters one for male, one for female and one for Senior Citizens/DGEHS card holder/Divyang and Hospital Staff
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
SpecialtyDayRoom No. HOD
Medicine Daily04, 05, 17 Dr. Shweta Karn
PediatricsDaily 18,19 Dr. D. I. Dutta
Gynecology & Obstetrics Daily PC 11 -15Dr. V. Ranjan
OphthalmologyDaily 01 Dr. A.K. Singh
ENT Daily 16 Dr. Rajeev Kumar
Dental Daily 02,03 Dr. Ravinder Kumar
Surgery Daily 08,10 Dr. Kamal Kishor Gautam
Ayurvedic Daily 06 Dr Guru Prasad
HomeopathicDaily 07 Dr. Bharti
OrthopeadicsDaily 20, 21 Dr. S. C. Yadav
SkinDaily 11Dr. Someshwar. Bordoloi
Physiotherapy Daily 40,41Mr. Bharat Singh
RadiologyDaily 100Dr. Anil Yadav
PathologyDaily 102Dr. Manish salhotra

Special Clinics

                                                                                 
Clinic Day Room No In- Charge
Cancer Clinic Friday (Registration Time: 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm; Clinic Time: 02.30 pm to 04.00 pm)10Dr. Kamal Kishor Gautam
ANC Clinic

Monday to Friday (08.00 am to 02.00 pm)

Saturday (08.00 am to 01.00 pm)

PC 11-15 Dr. Hemlata Martolia
High Risk ANC Clinic

9th day of every month (08.00 am to 02.00 pm except Saturday: 08:00 am to 01:00 pm)

PC 11-15 Dr. Hemlata Martolia
Leprosy Clinic

Wednesday and Friday   (08.00 am to 2.00 pm)


11Dr. Someshwar Bardoloi
STD clinic

Monday to Friday (08.00 am to 02.00 pm)

Saturday (08.00 am to 01.00 pm)

11Dr. Someshwar Bardoloi
Chest Clinic

Monday to Friday (08.00 am to 02.00 pm)

Saturday (08.00 am to 01.00 pm)

59-A,60 Dr. B.B. Sinha
Diabetes and Hypertension ClinicMonday & Wednesday (Registration Time: 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm; Clinic Time: 01.00 pm to 03.00pm)04 , 05Dr. Shweta Karn
Senior Citizen ClinicSunday (10.00 am to 12.00 noon) 04, 05 Dr. Nagendra Kumar Shulania
Immunization Clinic

Monday to Friday (08.00 am to 02.00 pm)

Saturday (08.00 am to 01.00 pm)

18,19Dr. D.I. Dutta

Diagnostic Services Provide:

                                                                                                                   
Services Charges Room No.
Laboratory Free102, 103, 104
X-Ray Free 100
Ultrasound, Colour DopplorFree 100
ECG Free 101

Audiometery and Speech Therapy

             

Free

             

15

             


     All  services including available drugs and diet (for admitted Patients) are free as on date.

Drug Distribution
      Most of the medicines prescribed by the doctors are usually available at the Pharmacy Counters, free of cost. Medicines are usually given for three days prescribed by Doctors to patients. Senior Citizens, Physically handicapped, freedom fighters and beneficiaries of Delhi Government Employees Health Scheme are given priority.

Emergency Services

        
  • All types of emergency services are available in the casualty block near the main gate of the hospital. All Casualty Services are available round the clock.
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  • Duty Doctors are available round the clock in the Departments of Surgery, Medicine, Obstetrics &  Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Orthopaedics.
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  • Specialist doctors are available on call from 24X7 whenever required.
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  • One Emergency operations theater is functional all day.
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  • In case of any difficulty contact Chief Casualty Medical officer and if not solved, contact Medical Supdt. This Hospital manages aprox 5000 medico-legal cases per annum
         
Operation Facilities
There are 4 operation theatres in the hospital. One is in the casualty block while the other two are located on the 1st floor and one minor operation theater in OPD Block. All Minor and Major Surgeries are done by our experienced team of Surgeons and Anesthetists and we are proud to state that we have performed cases of TKR's - Total Knee Replacement surgeries free of cost for poor patients from the rural Southwest zone. The Surgery department is also performing basic and advanced laparoscopic procedures free of cost for patients in neighboring areas.
Support Services
Lab , X-ray, ECG, functional round the clock

Blood Bank Facility:
    Blood Storage facility is available in the Hospital and DDU is our mother Blood Bank.

Laboratory: Laboratory is divided into three sub-divisions viz. Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry Besides routine investigations it also carries out FNAC, PAP Smears and Histopathology.

Sample collection time: Weekdays-8AM to 12 Noon; Saturday- 8AM to 11AM

Physiotherapy & Occupational therapy services are also available in the hospital by qualified physiotherapist and Occupational therapist.


Indoor Services

There are total four wards with 25 beds each. Ward 1 for Maternity and Nursery with attached labour room and Ward II for Paediatrics and Gynaecology are located on the first floor. Ward III is for male patients of all departments. Ward IV is for female patients of all departments except Gynaecology & Obstetrics. Both these wards are located on second floor. There is also a separate Casualty Ward in the casualty block with ten observation beds on ground floor except gynaecological and obstetrical emergencies which are managed round the clock in Labour rooms.

Food as advised by the Doctors is provided free of cost to indoor patients only.

The department wise bed strength is as follows:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
DepartmentBed Strength*
Medicine15
Pediatrics20
Surgery15
Obst. & Gynecology20
Orthopedics15
Otorhinolaryngology05
Ophthalmology10
Total100

Note:   The bed division is not rigid and some flexibility is permitted in need. There is a make shift nursery with 8 cribs/incubators under Pediatrics but is not included in the bed complement.

Family welfare and RCH Services: In view of the heavy load on the OPD services, the Obst. & Gyne. Cum Reproductive Health services have been segregated to a new separate area in porta-cabin through support from NRHM. Services for contraceptive counseling, distribution of condoms, oral contraceptive pills, emergency pills and copper-T insertions are available on all working days. Tubal ligations by Laparoscope & Mini Lap are being done on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Non-scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) is also being carried out in a separate OT in OPD on all working days. The department participates in all new initiatives of Govt. under NRHM viz. JSY, JSSK & IYCF etc.

Delivery Room Facilities are operational round the clock in Ward No. 1 and caters to about 10 deliveries per day.

Newborn Nursery: The hospital has a small make-shift Nursery also in ward no. 1 with 8 cribs/incubators providing Level 1 & Level 2 neonatal care.

Mortuary Services are available round the clock with facilities to keep 12 dead-bodies at a time. Postmortem services are available to on all days of the week between 9 AM to 4PM on requested by the police or the competent authority. The hospital caters to jurisdiction of five police stations in this regard.

STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE & NEED FOR IMPROVEMENT:

Peripheral hospitals like RTRM Hospital are an important need of the local population as well as that of the health system. If things can be managed in periphery, the work -load of bigger central hospitals would automatically reduce.

Delhi Govt. has taken some steps to improve functioning of hospitals like RTRMH, such as,

        
  • Enhancing financial powers of the MS as HOD under H&FW Dept.
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  • Strengthening pre-hospital care by through larger fleet of ambulances under Centralized Accident & Trauma Service –CATS.
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  • Supply of drugs at cheap rates through Central Procurement Agency.
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  • Hospital Computerization has got a boost with a pilot project at GGSG Hospital. This a state of the art modular, scalable, HL7 compliant, DICOM ready and platform-independent software which is envisaged to be replicated to other hospitals like RTRMH.

Future Expansion and addition of beds:

The bed occupancy ratio at RTRM Hospital has consistently been more than  95 percent for several years now and rising to more than 100% in summer months. Almost half of the patients cross over from adjoining Haryana. Accordingly 100 more beds are proposed to be added through construction of a new, state-of-the-art 7-storeyed Indoor Block complete with ICU, modular OT’s, delivery rooms and emergency. The building plans are approved by DUAC, Fire and MCD. Process is on to obtain the Environmental Clearance and approval of EFC of Delhi Govt. is on. If things go smooth, project is likely to become functional by 2016 if not earlier.


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