Department of Prasuti Tantra and Stree Roga is an important clinical department for teaching and training the UG as well as PG students.
The department having it’s own library consist of many scientific books of Ayurveda as well as modern science. Department also having many informative charts, models and specimens.
OPD, IPD, Labour room, OT complex all these are fully equipped with instruments and medicines.
HOSPITAL ACTIVITIES :-
Spacious OPD with well furnished examination table along with all necessary equipments
Well equipped , large and hygienic labour room and IPD with general ward and private rooms. Adequate staff also there.
Well equipped operation theater with experienced staff.
ANC, PNC check up with routine investigation facility
For the benefits of the patient various government schemes like MJPJY scheme are adopted in the department.
24 hrs efficient and emergency patient monitoring by resident doctor.
Well trained hospital staff and doctors to conduct normal labour, LSCS, Hysterectomy , OS tighting and various minor and major gynecological as well as obstetrical surgeries.
Ayurvedic treatment of various gynecological diseases such as Vaginal White discharge, DUB, Infertility etc. Along with Panchakarma and Sthanik chikitsa such as Yonidhawana, Yonipichu, Yonidhupana, Uttarabasti etc.
DEPARTMENTAL VISION :-
UG & PG Student should be able to
Learn an Ayurvedic and allopathic view of subject Prasuti tantra and Stree roga.
Learn not only theoretical aspect but also it’s application in clinical practice.
Research in different fields of Prasuti tantra and Stree roga.
Consult and counsel variety of patients.
Handle emergency condition of patients.
DEPARTMENTAL MISSION :-
To provide maximum care to female patients rural area.
Also to give effective maternal and fetal care during ANC & PNC period.
To treat different gynecological disorders effectively in order to reduce their prevalence rate in society.
To promote awareness about Ayurvedic treatment and medicines.
And most importantly to give scholar and bright Ayurvedic doctors to community for welfare of society.