Government Medical College Manjeri

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Radiology

Department of Radiodiagnosis plays an important role in the patient care, assisting clinical diagnosis and guiding subsequent treatment decisions in shortest time. This speciality has had a lot of developments since its origin with the discovery of X-rays and now extends to several other modalities including ultrasonography, MRI and intervention radiology.  Now radiology has become an indispensible part of health care system.

          The Department of Radiodiagnosis was established in Government Medical College Manjeri under Directorate of Medical Education in 2014. Our department is well equipped with latest equipments & managed by learned and experienced faculty. X-rays, CT scans, Ultrasound scans and Mammograms are routinely performed in the department.

Dr Neha Mohan
MD, DNB, FRCR

Assistant Professor

Phone: **********
Email: drnehamohan@gmail.com
Dr Jamuna C
DMRD

Senior Resident

Phone: **********
Email: y.jamuna.c@gmail.com

Radiographers

SLNO NAME DESIGNATION PHONE NO PERMANENT / TEMPORARY
 

1

 

GOKULDAS

 

SENIOR RADIOGRAPHER

 

9495181797

 

PERMANANT

 

2

 

SHOUKATHALI 

 

SENIOR RADIOGRAPHER

 

9400732603

 

PERMANENT

 

3

 

ANJU

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

8089066246

 

PERMANENT

 

4

 

SOUMYA

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9961736405

 

PERMANENT

 

5

 

RAJEESH

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9995381974

 

TEMPORARY

 

6

 

VIJEESH

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

8089724412

 

TEMPORARY

 

7

 

ARUN

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

8281258158

 

TEMPORARY

 

8

 

NOUFAL

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9567173113

 

TEMPORARY

 

9

 

MUSHTHAK ALI

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

8592997485

 

TEMPORARY

 

10

 

MUHAMMED MINHAJ

 

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9188421101

 

TEMPORARY

 

12

 

FAREEDA

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9847027829

 

TEMPORARY

 

13

 

RUBEENA

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9539282004

 

TEMPORARY

 

14

 

MAYA

 

RADIOGRAPHER

 

9947046837

 

TEMPORARY

15 NAICY RADIOGRAPHER 9562804654 TEMPORARY
16 VIPINA RADIOGRAPHER 9496090493 TEMPORARY
17 ARDRA RADIOGRAPHER 9645485637 TEMPORARY
18 NEETHU RADIOGRAPHER 9995472745 TEMPORARY
19 SUJITHA RADIOGRAPHER 8943904600 TEMPORARY
20 DRISYA RADIOGRAPHER 8943746473 TEMPORARY

Other Staff

1  

USHA

 

ATTENDER

   

PERMANANT

2  

VALSAMMA

 

STAFF NURSE

 

9847264440

 

TEMPORARY

3  

MUHAMMED MUSTHAFA

 

STAFF NUSE

 

9605733001

 

PERMANENT

4  

MEENAKSHIKUTTY

 

GR.II

 

9048312056

 

TEMPORARY

5  

RAJASRI

DATA ENTRY   

OPERATOR

 

9745411683

 

TEMPORARY

6  

SANILA

DATA ENTRY OPERATOR  

9745693946

 

TEMPORARY

Initiatives in COVID care:

Since the emergence of COVID pandemic, Government Medical College Manjeri had been designated as COVID treatment care centre for the district of Malappuram. First COVID patient started treatment here on 13/03/2020 and since then the number has been exponentially increasing. All COVID patients with symptoms had atleast a chest X- ray taken from our radiology department. Portable radiography was used to reach the sick patients in all 6 ICUs, 21 wards as well as casualty. B – block was designated as COVID area and CT and USG for COVID patients were done here. All radiological investigations were offered free of cost for COVID patients. Strict precautionary measures were followed by all staff of the department to prevent spread of pandemic among the staff as well as between  patients. All radiographers had selflessly served with dedication to support treatment care of COVID patients. Despite severe staff shortage, radiologists including our senior HOD had actively participated in performing ultrasound scans in PPE and in reporting COVID CTs even outside working hours.

As part of RAKSHA project, masks, sanitisers and gloves were distributed in department and to grade II workers. Dr Gomathy Subramaniam, HOD, had delivered a talk regarding how our radiology department functions during COVID times and on the importance of radiological investigations in COVID -19 on Arogyakeralam program at Radio FM.

Till date more than 1000 ultrasounds, 16000 X-rays and around 700 CT scans have been performed in department for COVID 19 positive patients. 

DEVELOPMENTS IN DEPARTMENT (2016 - 2021):

  • 2016:

          CR unit: Fuji CR FCR profects

          X – Ray:    800 ma MARS 65

          X – Ray Portable:    100 ma       100 mA scanary 

 

  • 2017:

          Ultrasound :  Color Doppler      S8 wipro GE  

          X – Ray Portable:    100 ma       100 mA scanary  (2 machines)

          CR unit: Model B carestream    

 

  • 2018:

          Ultrasound : Voluson E8 BT 18           E8 BT 18                

           DC 60 mindray                Mindray 

            X – Ray:  300 ma   GMHF 32 ,            500 ma    GMHF 80  

            CT: 16 Slice CT                         Philips 16 slice

           Mammogram Analog

  • 2021:

           Digital Radiography system: Model A Carestream

        

Initiatives in patient care- Various schemes being implemented in department:

Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram (JSSK)

It is an initiative by Ministry of health and Family Welfare, Government of India, to provide completely free and cashless services to pregnant women including normal deliveries and caesarean operations and sick new born and infants in Government health institutions in both rural & urban areas.

Pregnant women and sick newborns/ infants are entitled to free diagnostics as part of this scheme.

Karunya Arogya Suraksha Padhathi (Kasp)

KASP is the health care scheme which aims at providing a health cover of Rs. 5 lakhs per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalization to over 42 Lakhs poor and vulnerable families (approximately 64 lakhs beneficiaries) that form the bottom 40% of the Kerala population.

Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram(Rbsk)

RBSK is intended to provide comprehensive healthcare and improve the quality of children's life through early detection of birth defects, diseases and deficiencies.

Arogyakiranam

'Arogyakiranam', an ambitious programme launched by the state government offers free treatment to all children aged below 18 is now clubbed with the centrally sponsored Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK). The programme entitles all beneficiaries (excluding dependents of government servants and income tax payers) from birth to 18 years to free investigation and treatment for all health conditions other than the 30 conditions covered under RBSK guidelines.

Raksha Project

To reduce perinatal mortality and to save the girl child; for the welfare of women and girl child.

 

USG

USG

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