DA - K.M.C. Manipal
MD Gen med - MMC Khammam NTR UHS Trained in critical care @ New castle- Australia Observer@HARVARD Med school Massachusetts General hospital
Trained BLS & ACLS INSTRUCTOR
8 Years MMC- Khammam
5 Years Sunrise hospitals - Vijayawada
Research- Paper publication in toxicology & mechanical ventilation
The General Medicine Department of Capital Hospitals stands as the backbone of patient care. The department has been in existence since the inception of the hospital looking after major in-patient and out-patient load daily.
The physicians here are committed to applying the latest medical knowledge and technology to meet the needs of the patient and offer an array of services right from treating simple fevers to complicated clinical conditions requiring consolidated attention and referral to proper specialty if required. Outpatient services run from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 1 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm.
Emergency services of this hospital are covered 24*7 offering sedulous care. All general medicine emergencies, critical as well as routine are looked after in time.
The department has a special interest in treating patients of different specialities like diabetes, immunology, sepsis and critically ill patients. It aims to provide the highest quality of care to the patients based on evidence.
The mission of their department is to provide emergency medical care based on evidence while remaining true to their core values and they keenly adapt to change by new and better ways to provide emergency care round the clock.
It is a broad specialty which provides primary, secondary and tertiary health care for all the medical problems as well as medical emergencies like Diabetes, Hypertension, hypertension crisis, diabetic ketoacidosis, infections, sepsis, and septic shock, pneumonia and ARDS, etc. through outpatient and in-patient services.
The main function is to treat patients who are suffering from an acute illness or injury that would lead to severe complications if not treated in time. It has specialized intensive care units with an interminable Intensivist supervising critically ill patients like various poisonings, snake bites, scorpion bites, drug overdosage, sepsis, diabetic coma, ARDS, multi-organ failure, pneumonia, acute on COPDs and various other medical illness requiring critical care support.