The OBG department occupies the III Floor of the Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre.
Obstetric Beds 50 (Fifty)
Intensive Obstetrics -- 4
Eclampsia Ward -- 4
Septic Ward -- 3
Gynaecologic Beds 40 (Forty)
Separate OPD Sections for Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Is extremely well equipped with about 120 textbooks, and about 15 indexed national and international journals.
Is fully equipped with AV facilities including Multi Media Projector.
Demonstration Room, Museum and Spacious Duty Rooms for Staff, P.G. Students, Interns and Undergraduate Students.
General Ward 3 beds, Special Wards 2 Beds
--- Foetal Monitoring
--- Neo Netal Resuscitation
Operation Theatres are separate for Cesarean Section – 1 No.
Gynaecologic Surgery – 2 Nos.
Endoscopic Surgery – 1 No.
Septic Cases -- 1No.
We have an a 100 Pro Wipro GE machine with an EV Probe.
The Department consist of 3 (Three) Units.
Routine Undergraduate teaching i.e, Lectures and clinics are conducted in each of the units everyday. Beside this undergraduates are posted for labor ward duty, after teaching hours, when the postgraduates on duty are encouraged to teach these students. Also these undergraduates have to assist the PG Students and interns in conducting deliveries and carrying out minor investigations and minor procedures.
Post Graduate teaching is undertaken everyday. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons are reserved for PG teachings programs and Friday afternoons are reserved for guest lectures.
Allied posting –
Oncology posting to Curie centre.
Bangalore Kidney Foundation -- Urology
Perinatal Mortality Meeting – Monthly
The staffs are encouraged to attend state, national and international conferences and every assistance and encouragement is given to make presentations at these conferences. The department staff are also very popular teachers at the annual CME for Post Graduates conducted by the Bangalore Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BSOG).
Staff Training –
The Interns too are involved in the teaching programs. They are expected to make short presentations during their internship. The postgraduates guide these presentations.