Obstetrics & Gynaecology
The department conducts special clinics on a regular basis within the premise.
Antenatal clinic: We provide comprehensive antenatal care to all pregnant woman. The aim of our antenatal clinic is to screen for high-risk pregnancies and give focused care for the best outcomes.
High-risk obstetric clinic: We offer focused care to the high-risk pregnant woman.
Infertility clinics: It provides a meticulous clinical examination of infertile couples, relevant investigations like hormonal profile, follicular monitoring, tubal patency test besides counseling of couple regarding the modalities of treatment.
Postnatal and family planning clinics: it takes care of the postnatal mothers and provides services like counseling regarding different family planning measure and distribution of condom, oral contraceptive pills and insertion of Cu-T.
Maternity services: This is provided on regular OPD basis in the form of regular antenatal check-up, second-trimester anomaly screening by ultrasound and thereby detecting high-risk pregnancy. The department provides 24×7 labour room services under the direct supervision of a consultant and a team of doctors.
Urogynecology clinic: Women suffering from urinary leakage and other urinary problems are taken care of by a team of gynaecologists along with urologists. They are offered medical, surgical and lifestyle management.
Adolescent GYN clinic: The care of young women is done with the help of our fellow paediatricians.
Cancer detection clinics: In this clinic, all women who are sexually active are screened for cervical cancer. This is done by taking Pap smear. Patients with abnormal Pap-smear are subjected for colposcopic guided biopsy.
The department was following up the curriculum of Pondicherry University from inception till the year 2007. This was revised by the Board of Studies in October 2008. It now follows the curriculum of Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth University formed by its Board of Studies for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Faculties from the department take part in the health camps organized by the different NGOs.They take part in educating the public regarding women’s health through regular health talks.