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I.Location Site Map
 
Location                              Raghubir Nagar, New Delhi-110027.
Head of Deptt.                      Dr S.C. Chetal , Medical Superintendent
Contact nos                          25988532,25984549
                                                EPABX 25986410-13
                                                Fax : 25989417
Police Station                       Khyala.
Nearest Metro Station        Tagore Garden
Bus Routes                           408,842,857,998
 
 
 II. Introduction
     
Guru Gobind Singh Govt. Hospital is a 100-bedded hospital. It was  established in the resettlement colony of Raghubir Nagar, West Delhi under "Special Component plan" of Delhi Govt with a view  to provide health care facilities to the low socioeconomic group of people in the area. 
 
The scheme was approved at an estimated cost of Rs.16.96 crores  for construction of hospital on the plot of land measuring approximately 14 acres and the construction began in 1993. On completion of the OPD block, OPD services were commissioned on 30th Dec.1995. The inpatient services started in the year 2003-04 and have since been strengthened and upgraded to the current level in a phased manner.
 
Presently the hospital is a well established secondary level health care institution. The health care facilities are not only utilized by low socio economic group of people but also by various strata of societies living in the area. The bed occupancy of the hospital is more than 100 percent and further expansion with addition of 150 beds in a new block is being planned by the government. The hospital is also a First Referral Unit (FRU), for maternity centres of Jwala Puri, Khayala, Vishnu Garden,Madipur,Subhash Nagar, IPP VIII Raghubir Nagar. The hospital has also been notified an approved centre for  Medical Certification of Disability for West District.  It is also chosen as a pilot project for implementation of Hospital Information Management System (HIMS) by the govt
 
      III.        Broad Services Available in the hospital :
     
OPD, Special Clinics, Geriatric Clinics, Round the clock Emergency, Surgeries, and labour room and admission
 
S.No
Services
Days
Registration Timings
1
Out-Patient Deptt (OPD)
Monday to Friday
Saturday
8.45 AM to 12.30 PM
8.45 AM to 11.30 PM
2
Geriatric Clinic
Sunday
8.45 AM to 11.30 PM
3
Special Clinics
Daily except Saturday, Sunday
1.30 PM to 3.30 PM
4
Casualty,
Round the clock
Round the clock
5
Admission facilities
Round the clock
Round the clock
6
Emergency Operations
Round the clock
Round the clock
7
Labour Room
Round the clock
Round the clock
 
Details of OPD Services specialty-wise:
 
S.No
Specialties
Room No
 
Monday to Friday
Timings  
Saturdays
Timings
 
1
Medicine 
6A-F
9 AM to 1 PM
 
9 AM to 12.30 PM 
2
Surgery
5 A-B
-as above-
-as above-
3
Paediatrics
21B,C,D 
-as above-
-as above-
4
IYCF centre
21 E
-as above-
-as above-
5
Obs & Gynaecology
9A-C
-as above-
-as above-
6
Family Welfare
23A-B
-as above-
-as above-
7
Orthopaedics
4A-B
-as above-
-as above-
8
Skin
23C,D,F
-as above-
-as above-
9
Eye
20A-B
-as above-
-as above-
10
ENT
17A,C,D
-as above-
-as above-
 
11
Dental
8
-as above-
-as above-
12
Physiotherapy and  occupational therapy
3
-as above-
 
-as above-
13
Counselling for HIV/AIDS
 11
9 AM -4 PM
-as above-
14
Homeopathy
SPS block
9 AM -4 PM
-as above-
15
DOTS Clinic
SPS Block
9 AM -3 PM
-as above-
16
Malaria
SPS Block
9 AM -3 PM
-as above-
 
Special OPD Clinics 
 
S.No
Specialties
Days
Room No
Timings
1
Antenatal Clinic
Daily
9A,C
9-4PM
2
Post Natal Clinic
Daily
9A,B
2-4PM
3
Well Baby Clinic
Wednesday
21
2-4PM
4
Immunization clinic
Daily
21
9-4 PM
5
Post Ligation Clinic
Friday
6E
2-4PM
6
Infertility Clinic
Monday
 
2-4PM
7
Diabetes/ Heart/ Hypertension/   clinic
Mon-Wed
6 F
2-4 PM
8
Asthma Clinic (Adult)
Friday
6 F
2-4PM
9
Asthma Clinic (Paed)
Friday
21
2-4 PM
10
Medical Review Clinic
Mon, Wed
6 F
9 - 1PM
11
leprosy  (LEP) Clinic
Tuesday
23C
2-4PM 
12
Retina clinic
Wednesday
20
2-4PM
13
Disability Clinic
Monday, Friday
06
2-4PM
14
Cancer Clinic
Tuesday, Friday
9C,17
2-4PM
15
Dermatology Minor Operations Theatre Procedures
Wed, Thursday
23 D 
2-3.30 PM
16
Glaucoma clinic
Friday
20
2-4PM
17
Speech Clinic
Wednesday
17
9-1 PM                                       
18
Geriatric clinic
Every Sunday except polio day and Gazetted Holiday
04,06,17 A
9-1 PM
19
Vertigo Clinic
4th Friday
17
2-4 PM
20
Pediatric Hearing disorder Clinic
Friday
17
9-4 PM
21
Endoscopy Clinic (ENT)
Friday
17
9-1 PM
22
Adolescent Clinic
Every Saturday
09
11-1 PM
23
DOTS/TB Clinic
Mon-Saturday
6 F
9 -1 PM
24
STI Counselling Clinic
Daily
23 F
9-1 PM

 
IV Diagnostic Services :
 ( A )    Laboratory Services :
Room No 18 Collection of samples  and main lab at 2nd floor in Ward block
            Hematology: Hb%, TLC, DLC, ESR, Platelet count, Peripheral Smear,
Biochemistry : LFT,  KFT, S.Uric Acid, S.Amylase, S.Cholesterol, Lipid Profile,  Australia Antigen,  Blood Sugar, Hepatitis B, Blood Group, RA factor,
Serology : HIV testing, Body Fluid Exam, Widal Test, VDRL, Australia Antigen, Hepatitis B, Body Fluid Exam.
Urine : Urine Pregnancy Test, Urine routine and culture
Stool Examination: Routine 
Others: Semen Analysis, FNAC, Bone Marrow Aspiration,
 
 (B)      Radiological Services :
            Room No 2  Routine and Special X-rays , Ultrasonogram,
            Room No 8 …..Dental Xray in Dental OPD 
 
( C)      Other Diagnostic Services  :
 
S.No
Services
Days
Room No
Timings
1
Audiometry 
Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat.
17
9-1 PM
2
BERA  & otoacoustic emission
Friday with appointment for Pediatric Hearing disorder
17
9-1 PM
3
Nasal endoscopy
Friday
17
9-1 PM
4
Speech
Wednesday
17
9-12 PM
5
Spirometry
Friday
6 E
2-4 PM
6
ECG
Daily
6 G
9-4 PM
 
Charges for Investigations:
All investigation are free except Ultrasound where Rs 50 are charged from the  patients however it is free for BPL patients, Pregnant women , indoor patients
 
V. Pharmacy :
 
Medicines prescribed by the doctors are available at four pharmacy Counters in the SPS block free of cost. Medicines are usually given for three days to  OPD patients and for longer period i.e one month and also upto three months to patients who attend special clinics. One counter is exclusively for Senior citizens, Physically handicapped, freedom fighters and beneficiaries of Delhi Government Employees Health Scheme.
 
VI. Indoor Services :
 
The hospital has 100 beds with distribution of beds as below on two floors viz Ward-I  & Ward-II
 
S. No.
Name of Specialty
Number of Beds
1
Medicine
18
2
Paed
18
3
Surgery
10
4
Ortho
10
5
Gynae
32
6
Eye
6
7
ENT
6
TOTAL
100
 
Besides above there are 22 bedded level-II nursery. 6 beds are available for diarrhea/Dengue patients. There is 10 bedded emergency departments where 07 beds are for observation of patients and 03 beds are for casualty.
 
VII. Round the Clock Services :
 
    (A)    Emergency Services:
 
Hospital has round the clock Casualty/Emergency services. The patients are attended by the Casualty Medical officers and Junior Resident doctors  and as per requirement they are referred to concerned Senior resident doctors/Specialists as the case may be . The decision to call the specialists rests on the casualty Medical Officer. In case of non availability of any services and Serious patients are referred to nearby Govt hospitals where the requisite facilities are available. As per directions from DHS Govt of Delhi , the patients are also referred to identified private  hospitals  There are two patient transport ambulances available round the clock for transportation of patients and one ALS ambulance stationed by CATS  which is available from 9 AM to 4 PM.
           
MLC Services:
 
Medicolegal cases are handled round the clock including Medicolegal  Examination of the accused brought by police.  The police stations attached are PS Rajouri Garden, PS Khyala, PS Moti Nagar, PS Paschim Vihar wef july 2010


    (B) Labour Room Services:
 
The hospital is running round the clock labour room and about 275-300 deliveries are conducted per month. The hospital is also providing services under Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram  (JSSK) scheme of Govt of India.
 
    (C) Nursery :
 
The hospital has a 22 bedded level II SNCU out of which 18 beds are functional including 6 beds for out born babies. 3 beds in pediatrics ward are reserved for the severely malnourished children admitted for nutritional rehabilitation. 
 
    (D) Operation Theatre :
 
There are 4 major operation theatres out of which two are for elective surgeries from 9 AM -4PM from Monday to Friday and two are for emergency surgeries. Every Saturday the operation theater are thoroughly washed and fumigated.
 
Monday
Eye & Orthopaedics
Tuesday
Surgery  and Obst & Gynae
Wednesday
Ortho and ENT
Thursday
Eye and Obst & Gynae.
Friday
Surgery
 
Emergency operation facilities are available round the clock.
 
There is one minor operation theatre in the OPD block for minor surgical procedures.
 
VIII . Achievements :
Statistics of patients last five years
Item
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
 
OPD Patients
397026
429013
499503
521277
549813
IPD Patients
9519
9008
10045
11069
11503
Emergency Patients
50217
57826
72216
80008
87535
Medicolegal Cases
64
93
409
1259
1963
Lab Tests
147268
144434
189483
223027
375544
Major & Minor Surgeries
7629
9989
16700
18841
21299
Deliveries
2753
3203
3087
3822
3490
X-Rays
32202
40177
44032
48733
48561
Ultrasound
6094
8004
11073
5967
3450
ECG
6565
7212
7950
8098
7313
Audiometry
2300
2432
2539
3652
2748
 
 
Patient care services and future plans  :
  • Laparoscopic procedures for general surgery and Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Arthroscopic procedures, joint replacements, and spine surgeries are done.
  • Cataract surgeries  through phacoemulisifiers
  • Audiometric room in ENT department well equipped for advanced hearing tests like BERA and oto-acoustic emissions. Diagnostic endoscopies are also being done
  • Waiting area for relatives of patients in the corridor near OT/ Labour room improved and further improvements are being done.
  • Additional Fans and exhaust fans installed in the SPS block for patients waiting at pharmacy.
  • Centre opened for making MCR footwear for Leprosy patients  and physiotherapy services  enhanced.
  • Infrastructure development for 6 bedded ICU and a blood storage unit is complete and further progress to start ICU and blood storage unit  is being done  actively.
  • Renovation of Paediatric OPD   and Ward –I has been undertaken and renovation of other areas in progress.
  • Mortury services are being added shortly.
  • Proposal of 150 bedded Mother and Child Block has been  approved by DUAC  and further action is being taken.
Hospital information Management System (HIMS) : Salient features
  • After cabinet approval in February 2011 for implementation of HIMS as pilot project on BOOT model by CDAC , it became functional in August 2011 .
  • HIMS consists of 17 modules with 10 clinical and 7 non clinical modules.
  • At registration counters patients are provided with a unique registration number which in future can be used by other referral hospitals as well.
  • Sudden rush of patients at the registration  counters has been minimized by a token delivery system, provision of waiting chairs, guidance by volunteers and provision of security for them.
  • All clinical data are captured for future reference and also for the retrieval of data in case the patient has lost his slip
  • It helped in maintaining optimum inventory
  • Investigation of the patients has been made available at all Doctors Desk so the patients need not to collect investigation reports.
  • Data related to MRD available and can be used for disease surveillance.
  • Data capture has helped to reduce pilferage to great extent.
  • Hospital is thriving towards a paperless institution. 
General :
  • CCTVs installed in different areas.
  • Proposal for construction of Mother and Child Block  for additional 150 beds cleared by DUAC and further  is being followed up by PWD.
  • Jeevan centre fully functional for general public
  • Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) has been made functional
  • Installed CFL/Electronic chokes and solar water heating system for energy saving
  • Water coolers with  RO system
Anciliary  facilities available:.
 
  • Cold Drinking water facility in OPD, Indoor and Casualty.
  • Wheel Chair and Patient transport Trolleys in OPD and Casualty
  • Ambulance service for transporting patients to higher centres
  • Parking facilities
  • Standby Electric Generator
  • Adequate public conveniences
  • Provision of lifts
  • Conference Hall and Library for staff
  • Hostel accommodation for Resident Doctors
  • Residential quarters for staff.
  • Dead Body storage(Mortuary)
  • Referral facilities for Economic weaker section (EWS) patients to designated Private hospitals.
  • Computer Training Lab
  • Health awareness related material
                                     
 
Facilities not available:
 
         Nursing Home,  Burns ward, Blood Bank, CT scan, TMT, holter monitoring, Dialysis etc.
 
IX. For Complaints and Grievances:
DMS (A) has been designated as grievance redressal officer, who can be contacted between 12-1 PM on any working days or any grievance can also be addressed to DMS (M) . The undersigned can also be contacted on any working days .  All  complaints shall be duly acknowledged.


Contact Us:  25986410, 25986411, 25986412

            (Dr S.C. Chetal)
Medical Superintendent

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