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DEAN: Dr. Pradeep G. Naik

Phone: 2495169

Fax: +91 832 2458728

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Medical Superintendent : Dr. Shivanand Bandekar

Phone: 2495010 Fax : +91 832 2458728

PREAMBLE
Goa Medical College & Hospital is a tertiary care Government Hospital situated on the Bambolim Plateau. It has a tradition of providing quality services and medical care to each and every citizen who visits the hospital.
The Citizen's Charter for Goa Medical College reinforces our commitment and the resolve of the Government of Goa to provide high quality and comprehensive health care to all the citizens. It charter provides the following information
1. Services available in GMC and the quality of care you can expect
2. Machinery available for the redressal of grievances
3. A brief overview regarding the admission of students to GMC. 

 

 

I.

Preamble

 

II.

Services available at Goa Medical College

 

 

A. CLINICAL SERVICES

 

 

1.      Out Patient Service Registration 
Location of OPD/timings/consultants
Morning OPD
Afternoon OPD
Ancillary services

2.      Indoor patient services Ward, location, Beds
Private Wards
Operation Theatres

3.      Emergency servicesPre Hospital Emergency Care
Emergency Room/ Casualty
Trauma Ward

 

 

B. DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES

 

 

1.      Laboratory services

2.      Radiodiagnosis

 

 

C. BLOOD BANK

 

 

D. MORTUARY

 

III

Staff

 

IV

Supporting Services

 

 

1.      Hospital Kitchen

2.      CSSD

3.      Laundry

4.      Central pharmacy

 

V

Information for patients

 

 

·         Canteen facilities

·         Enquiry

·         Mediclaim scheme

·         Issue of certificates

·         Complaints/ grievances redressal

·         Responsibilities of the user

 

VI

MBBS and Post Graduation in GMC

 

VII

Contact Information

 

II. SERVICES A. CLINICAL SERVICES

Goa Medical College provides following clinical services:

1.    OUT PATIENT SERVICES

2.    INDOOR PATIENT SERVICES

3.    EMERGENCY SERVICES

1. OUT PATIENT SERVICES: OPD Timings:            9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Registration Timings:  8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Registration fee:         Rs. 20/-
Registration for a Medico- legal case is free

REGISTRATION For the convenience of the public, registration for all the departments is centralised and done at OPD 1- Ground floor (OPD Block).
Registration of patients for the department Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBG) is done in OPD 24 (OBG). 
Registrations at the peripheral hospitals like the IPHB, TB &Chest hospital, RHTC and UHC are done at the respective centres
Emergency and Medico Legal services are registered at the registration counter next to Casualty.

HOW TO REGISTER ? The registration process is computerised. 
You will be asked exact name, age, address and other details at the registration counter.
You will be given a case paper with a unique patient number which can be used in future to avail services from any department in GMC.
You can select the consultant or resident. However the number of patients seen by the consultants are limited and it would be advisable to report early if you have such preferences.
The case paper will also generate a token number which will decide the order in which you can enter the OPD for an examination. 
We request you to adhere to the queuing system. Patients may jump the queue in case of an emergency. 
Senior citizens and those with disability are provided with assistance. Wheel chairs are available on request for those who require them.

Lay out of GMC: Location and OPD days:

The OPDs are open on all days except Sundays and Public Holidays
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

 

Name of the OPD

Location

OPD days

Consultant

General Surgery

OPD 4

Ground Floor

Unit 1- Mon/Thur

Dr. F.P. Noronha 
Dr.Reshma Salkar

Unit 2- Tues/ Fri

 

Dr. D. Amonkar
Dr. M. Correia
Dr. Pandarinath Audi

Unit 3- Wednesday

Dr. Jude Rodrigues
Dr. Anant Ramani

Unit 4- Saturday

Dr. Rajesh Patil
Dr.C. J. Radhika Raj

Paediatric Surgery
OPD 4

Ground Floor

Unit 1- Tues/ Fri

Dr. Roma Nailk
Dr. Abhijit Naik
Dr. Medha Kerkar 

Plastic Surgery

OPD 5

Ground Floor

Mon/ Thur

Dr. Yuri Dias Amborcar
Dr. Sheetal Parab
Dr. Libia Faria
 Dr. Rohit Azgaonkar

Neurosurgery

OPD 5

Ground floor

Wed/ Sat

Dr. Ponraj Sundaram
Dr. Amey Parab

Dr. Jinendra Kumar
Dr.Jorson D’costa

Neurology

OPD 5

Ground Floor

 Tues/ Thur

Dr Parul Dubey
Dr. Teresa Pereira
Dr. Joaquim Proenca
Dr. Silpa Narulkar
Dr. Varun Kakode
Dr. Shiddesh Bhosale
Dr. Zico D’costa

Orthopaedics

OPD 7

Ground Floor

Unit 1- Mon/Wed/Fri
Unit 2- Tue/Thur/Sat

Dr. S. Bandekar
Dr. Z. D'Mello
Dr. S. Nadkarni
Dr. Rohit Chodankar
Dr. Milind Despande

Medicine

OPD12

1st Floor

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Unit 1/Mon

Dr. E. Gomes

Dr. Kedareshwar Narvencar

Dr. Rukma Kolwalkar

Unit 2/Tue

Dr. Anar Khandeparkar

Dr Ramnah Nevrekar

Unit 3/Wed

Dr. Sunanda Amonkar

 

Unit 4/Thus

Dr. V. Khandeparkar

Dr. Sumeet Zuwarkar

Unit 5/Fri

Dr. N. Furtado

Dr. Savita Pinto De'Silva

Unit 6/Sat

Carmen Pereira

Marina Vaz

Mon/Wed

Dr. Ankus Desai

Dr. J. P. Tiwari

Paediatrics

OPD 14

1st Floor

Unit 1/Mon

Dr. Maria Silveria

Dr. Shilpa Joglekar

Unit 2/Tue

Dr. Vaishali Joshi

Dr. Jagadish Bhat

Unit 1/Wed

Dr. Shilpa Joglekar

Dr. Kavita Sreekumar

Unit 2/Thus

Dr. Vaishali Joshi

Dr.Lorraine D’costa

Unit 1/Fri

Dr. Maria P. Silvera

Dr. Annelly D’lima

Unit 2/Sat

Dr. Jagadish Bhat

Dr. Prashant Prabhu

Ophthalmology

OPD 21

2nd Floor

 Mon/Thu 

Dr. P. Naik
Dr. Dipti Srivastava
Dr. Aparna Naik

Tues/Fri
Wed/Sat

Dr. U. P. Usgaonkar
Dr. V. S. Naik

Skin VD

OPD 22

2nd Floor

Tue/Thur/Sat
Mon/Wed/Fri

Dr. P. Shukla
Dr. R. Prabhudessai
Dr. Varadraj Pai

ENT

OPD 23

2nd Floor

Unit 1- Mon/Tues/Sat

 

Unit 2- Wed/Thur/Fri

Dr. Prachi Bhandare
Dr. S. Chodankar
Dr. Markandeya Tiwari

Dr. H. C. Goel
Dr. Carnegie. D'sa
Dr. Dheeraj Lambor

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

OPD 24

Ground Floor 

 

Unit 1- Mon/Thur

Dr. G. Pednekar
Dr. A. Nagarsekar
Dr. U. Pawar

Unit 2- Tue/Fri

Dr. M. Cardoso
Dr. D. Karmali

Unit 3- Wed/Sat

Dr. M. Jindal
Dr. M. Sahasrabhojanee
Dr. Rupa Padwalkar

Cardiology

OPD 4

Ground floor

OPD Block

Tue/ Thusday

2:30 onwards

Dr. Guruprasad Naik

Dr. Manjunath Desai

Dr. Mechelle Viegas 

 Cardiovascular &

Thoracic Surgery

OPD 4

 

Ground floor

OPD Block

 

Saturday 9:00 onwards

 

Dr. Sirish Borkar

Dr.  Jagannath Kolwarkar

OPDs for psychiatry, TB&Chest, are held at the Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour, Bambolim and TB & Chest Hospital, St. Inez respectively. Similarly the OPD srevices provided by the Rural health and Training center, Mandur and the Urban Health Centre, St Cruz including their outreach services are held at their respective centres.

AFTERNOON OPDs
Time: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Name of the OPD

OPD No.

Location

OPD days

Consultant

Urology

4

Ground floor OPD Block

Mon/Wed/Fri

Dr. Madhumohan
Dr. P. Lawande 
Dr. N. Talwadkar

Medicine

Adult Endocrinology

12

1st floor OPD Block

Monday

Dr. Ankush Desai

Cardiology

12

1st floor OPD Block

Thursday

Dr. A. Khandeparkar 
Dr. K. Narvekar
Dr. N. Furtado

Diabetology

12

1st floor OPD Block

Wednesday

Dr. Edwin. Gomes

Dr. Ankush Desai

Nephrology

12

1st floor OPD Block

Tuesday

Dr. J.P Tiwari
Dr. Amol Mahaldar

Anti Retroviral Therapy Clinic

12

1st floor OPD Block

Friday

 

OBG

Post Natal Clinics

24

Ground floor OBG Block

Mon

 

ESI clinic

24

Ground floor OBG Block

Tue

 

Ante Natal Clinics

24

Ground floor OBG Block

Thurs

 

Ophthalmology

Retina and cornea

21

2nd floor OPD Block

Mon

 

ESI/ Laser

21

2nd floor OPD block

Tue

 

Post Operative Clinic

21

2nd floor OPD Block

Thurs

 

Pad: High risk clinic

17

1st floor OPD Block

Mon

 

Paed: Immunization

17

1st floor OPD Block

Thur

 

Ancillary services

Service

OPD no.

Location

OPD Days

Occupational Therapy

17

Ground floor

All days

Physiotherapy

18

Ground floor

All days

Injection

3

Ground floor

All days (8:00 am - 4:00 pm)

Dressing

2

Ground floor

All days ( 8:00 am - 4:00 pm)

ECG

12

1st floor

All days

EEG

Neurology office

1st floor

All days

EMG

1st floor

All days

2. INDOOR PATIENT DEPARTMENT SERVICES (IPD)

Patients who need further treatment and investigations may be admitted as indoor patients
Indoor patients should be registered at the registration counter near Casualty (OPD 10)

Goa medical college Hospital has  beds under various departments for indoor admission and treatment. They are distributed as follows

Service

capasity

Ward No

Medicine Block

Medicine

160

 

145 , 147 (F)

142,144 (M)

 

4th Floor(F)

3rd Floor (M)

 

Kidney Unit

24

140, 141

2nd Floor

 

ICCU

18

146

4th Floor

 

CCU

7

143

3rd Floor

 

Medicine/ Neurology

 

139

 

 

ICU

18

123

 

 

General surgery

150

106,107,109,110,111

 

 

Plastic Surgery

4

118

 

 

Paediatric Surgery

''

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Urology

15

Surgery wards

 

 

Neurosurgery

30

108

 

 

Orthopaedics

90

103,104,105

 

 

Ear Nose Throat (ENT)

30

102

 

 

Ophthalmology

30

101

 

 

Skin VD

50

132

 

 

Paediatrics

60

133,135

 

 

Neonatology Unit (NNU)

45

126

 

 

OBG

155

126,127,128,129,130

 

 

Trauma

17

 

 

 

Private ward

50

121,122

 

 

Prison ward

6

119

 

 

TB Chest

80

 

 

 

IPHB

 

 

 

 

RHTC Mandur

20

 

 

 

UHC St Cruz

nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Private Wards: Private wards can be opted for on request. There are single bedded rooms, sharing rooms, and AC rooms available at the costs mentioned below: 

 

Type of room

Amount

Deposit to be paid

Number of rooms

Sharing room

Rs 750/-

13

Single Room

Rs 1200/-

9

AC room

Rs. 1800/-

1

 Rates are inclusive of diet

The treating physician may advise against getting admitted in a private ward in certain circumstances in the interest of the patient.
The patient will also be charged for the investigations and clinical services provided by the institute in the private wards.

OPERATION THEATRES: Goa medical college has 17 Operation Theatres (OT) of which 12 OTs are for routine operations and 5 OTs are for emergency operations. All OTs are equipped with Boyle's apparatus, Electro cauteries, Monitors, and other essential equipments, central supply of oxygen, Nitrous oxide, compressed air and central suction.
The operations are scheduled as per the requests of various surgical departments.

3. EMERGENCY SERVICES: The Government of Goa has introduced 108 Emergency Services  for all medical and trauma cases. 108 is a toll free emergency number that could be dialled for any emergency - medical or trauma. The services include 18 ambulances with state of the art life saving equipment located at various parts of Goa and ensure prompt transfer of patients. The paramedical workers on the ambulances are trained in providing Basic Life support and shifting the patient.

The hospital lays a lot of emphasis in providing prompt emergency services round the clock on all days. The staff in the Emergency Room will give utmost priority to the patient and no intervention will be denied for delay in paperwork. We request relatives to avoid crowding the casualty and refrain from making unnecessary phone calls to allow proper management and maintain hygiene in the emergency room. Needless to say the services of OPD 10 have to be used in emergencies only and the patient may be sent to the OPD based on the clinical assessment of the CMO.
Stretchers/ wheel chairs and attendants are available to assist you in shifting the patient to the emergency room.

The patient will first bee seen by the Chief Medical Officer who may then call for the concerned department after administering first aid.
Senior Residents in all the department are posts on casualty duties. Consultants are on call. 
Public Phones are available outside casualty
Paediatric emergencies have to be taken to the Paediatric Ward directly. Similarly emergencies involving Obstetrics and Gynaecology have to be shifted to the OBG ward directly.
In case of a medoco-legal case a MLC paper is made which is free of cost and is maintained by the hospital.

The emergency room is equipped with suction machines, defibrillators and with other life saving equipment. All emergency drugs are available in Casualty.
There are 4 emergency OTs situated close to Casualty. There is a special X Ray unit with a technician on duty 24 hours.

Trauma Ward (120) Patient with trauma may be admitted in Trauma ward from where they are shifted to the respective departments. The trauma ward is equipped with all life saving drugs and equipment and is in close proximity with the Emergency OTs.

B. DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES

1. Laboratory Services:Laboratory services at Goa Medical College are available round the clock for routine as well as emergency investigations. The tests are conducted by various departments like Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry.

i. Central Laboratory:

For the convenience of patients, GMC has a central laboratory - collection and testing centre, 
Location: OPD 13, 1st floor below Blood Bank
Timing: The blood collection facility is available from  8:00 am - 11:00 am (Mon - Fri) 8:00 am - 10:30 am( Sat.)

The samples are collected at the central laboratory. Routine tests like Hb, TC, DC, ESR, Urine tests etc are done at the central laboratory itself. Samples are sent to the department of microbiology, pathology and biochemistry for specialised tests.

Patients are requested to follow instructions given by the physicians. Certain investigations like blood sugar, ESR, etc requires  a fasting sample to be collected. The fasting sample is collected in the morning after the patient has fasted for 12 hours.

ii. Microbiology Laboratory:

The department of microbiology is situated on the second floor of the main college building. The department carries out various tests to diagnose infectious diseases. It has various sections like 
Bacteriology, 
Serology, 
Immunology,
Fungal studies, 
AFB(Tuberculosis), 
Virology- HIV/AIDS  / Dengue/  JE /Chikungunya fever, 
Malaria ,etc.
Culture facilities are available for all sample including pathogens commonly acquired in HIV/AIDS cases like Cryptococcus neoformans, candida albicans, cryptosporidium parvum and other opportunistic infections. Facilities are also available for investigating routine cases like diarrhoea, respiratory tract infections, urinary tract infections, wound infections and other infectious conditions.

Samples are collected at the central laboratory and test results are dispatched to the department that requested for the test.
Private patients can also avail the services at a cost. Details are available in annexure 1.

iii. Pathology Laboratory:

The Department of Pathology is situated on the 3rd floor of the main college building. T has various sections like 
Histopathology
Cytopathology
And Haematology
Blood or tissue samples are sent to the department of pathology from various departments. The reports are dispatched to the requesting units. The department also accepts samples form private patients at a cost mentioned in annexure 1.

iv. Biochemistry Laboratory

The department of biochemistry is situated on the 2nd floor of the main college building. The central biochemistry laboratory services are available round the clock for routine as well as emergency investigations.

v. Other laboratory services

DOTS Centre: Facilities for sputum examination for Tuberculosis are available at the DOTS centre from 9:00 am - 5:00 p.m. on the ground floor, in the same building.

Tests for Malaria (Slide for Malarial Parasite): is available round the clock in OPD 13.

ICTC Centre: Voluntary HIV testing and counselling is available from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Pre test and post test mandatory. RESULTS ARE KEPT STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Voluntary testing is done on payment of Rs. 10. This may be waived off if the patient cannot afford.

2. Radiodiagnosis:

The department is centrally situated in the main service block in OPD number 9.
Patients should come to the department with a proper requisition slip from the concerned department. 
Private patients can also avail these facilities at a cost mentioned in annexure 1.

Goa Medical College is equipped with
4 X Ray machines (in addition to this, the department of TB and Chest also have 2 X Ray machines).
One 6 slice CT Scan
One 1.5 Tesla MRI
6 Ultrasound machines including colour Doppler units
One mammography machine
Office timing:  9 am - 5 p.m.
Emergency Duties: 24 hours

C. BLOOD BANK SERVICES:

A FDA licensed blood bank service is available at GMC. It is situated above OPD 13, functions round the clock and provides services to the whole state of Goa.

The blood bank aims for 100% voluntary blood donation. However replacement donations are required for component separation i.e. packed cells, fresh frozen plasma, platelet concentrate, cryo-precipitate etc. The blood bank is equipped with state of the art facilities for blood component separation.

A consultant from the department of pathology supervises the blood bank
All blood units are screened for HIV 1&2, Malaria, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and Syphilis before transfusion.
Blood bank also caters to requests from private hospitals
The testing charges for private hospitals is as follows:

Whole blood:

850

Packed cells:

850

Plasma:

400

Platelet Concentrate:

400

Cryo-Precipitate

200

If you would like to donate blood or organise a blood donation camp contact the staff at +91 0832 2458724

BLOOD DONATION SAVES LIFE- BECOME A BLOOD DONER

D. MORTUARY:

Location: Behind the main college building, Goa Medical College
Timings: 24 hours
Post mortem examination: 9:00 am - 5:00 p.m. (on all days including holidays)
There are 45 dead body storage compartments in GMC Morgue
The dead bodies can be preserved under three requests

1.    Dead bodies brought by the police with a letter of request from the police

2.    Dead bodies from GMC (Medico Legal Cases (MLC) and Non MLC)

3.    Dead bodies from outside GMC

A request from the private physician and a copy of the Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death is mandatory

All valuables should be removed prior to preservation
There shall be at least one attendant to assist in depositing and handing over of bodies

In case of foreigners, copies of documents like passport, FRO etc are necessary.
In case of Police Case (MLC), the concerned police/ magistrate should submit the necessary request and documents to the doctor for post mortem. The body may be claimed by those concerned only after the post mortem examination is conducted.

Rates: the services will be charged as per the notification No 71/101/84-1 PHD part dated 25.08.2006 as follows         
GMC Patients:   Rs 50/day after 48 hours
Private patients: Rs 100/ day
Embalming*:      Rs 1000/-

(receipt shall be issued by the departmental clerk during office hours)

* Only bodies that need to be kept for more than 24 hours at room temperature or those that need to be transported by plane need to be embalmed. Permission of the SDM is required.

Unclaimed bodies are dealt with by the municipality after prior NOC from the police and Medical Superintendent, GMC. Bodies fit for dissection are handed over to the department of Anatomy for teaching purpose under the Anatomy act.

No payment other than prescribed should be made to any morgue staff
Please cooperate with the department staff who are there to help you
In case of problems/ queries, feel free to contact the head of department.
Phone:    Office: 2495179,  Morgue: 2495189, 
Prof. and Head: 2495340, mobile: 9422057731

III. STAFF DETAILS

Doctors

Consultants

168

 

Senior Residents

57

 

Junior Residents

93

 

Interns

100

Nurses

 

490

Class III

(Technical and clerical)

442

Class IV

Ward boys, attendants and sweepers

698

Doctors can be identified by their white aprons, Nurses with their white uniform and Class IV use either grey or blue uniform. All staff members carry ID cards with them.

IV. SUPPORTING SERVICES:

1. HOSPITAL KITCHEN: The hospital has its own kitchen. All patients are provided free diet. Hospital supplies milk, juice, breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner to all the patients. The diet is tailored to meet the needs of the patient i.e vegetarian, non vegetarian, salt free, diabetic diet, liquid diet etc. private patients are charged for the diet.

2. CENTRAL STERILIZATION AND SERVICES DEPARTMENT (CSSD):The hospital has a modern central Sterile supply department. The department also caters to the need of the attached hospitals. Care is taken to ensure that the instruments and linen used in Goa Medical College is meticulously disinfected.

3. LAUNDRY: The Central Laundry is fully mechanised with four bulk washing machines with a capacity of 100 kgs each, four mechanised hydro extractors with a capacity of 35 kgs each and two drying machines. Steam press units are also available. This unit handles 2000 units of laundry per day.

4. CENTRAL PHARMACY The OPD pharmacy is located on the ground floor of the blood bank building. It is the policy of the hospital to try to make all essential drugs free of cost to the patients in the OPD and IPD. The patients may have to purchase some drugs that are not available with the Central Pharmacy. In case an admitted patient cannot afford the medication, drugs can be procured by making a local purchase. In addition to the central pharmacy, there are two private pharmacies located within the hospital premises, extending their services round the clock.

 

 

5. ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR PATIENTS RELATIVES

 

YATRI NIWAS

 

Double bed room

 

Double bed room

Single occupancy per day

Double occupancy per day

Rs 500/head

 

Rs 250/head

Rooms available

22

4 bed room

Rate per day

Rs 150/head

12

8 bed room

Rate per day

Rs  100/head

3

 

 

Timing: 9:00 am - 5:00 p.m.

V. INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS

1. CANTEEN FACILITIES: There are canteen facilities available in the hospital campus. The canteens within the hospital provide food at subsidised rates to patients, staff and students of GMC. The hostels in the campus are also equipped with their own canteen facilities.

2. ENQUIRIES AND INFORMAITON Signboards are available at various junctions showing the directions. Volunteers are also present in the hospital to assist you with your problem. There is an enquiry counter in the OPD block during OPD hours and the casualty country functions round the clock. Information regarding admitted patients can be obtained form the registration counter near Casualty.

3. MEDICLAIM SCHEME: The Government of Goa has launched the mediclaim scheme to help patients avail services that are not available at Goa medical College.  Mediclaim certificates are issued to patients for treatment, based on the certificates issued by concerned departments as per the guidelines stated in the mediclaim notification issued by the government of Goa. The application should be made in the office of the Medical Superintendent.

4. ISSUE OF  CERTIFICATES: The office of the Medical superintendent is the competent authority for the issue of certificates for sickness, leave, medical reimbursement, Medical Board examination etc. The list of such certificates and the fee for these services is mentioned in annexure one. The office has a fixed time frame for the issue of various certificates. However this is subject to the submission of all relevant documents.

5. COMPLAINTS AND GREVIENCES: We try our best to provide quality health care services in GMC. However if these services do not meet your expectation or satisfaction, please do not hesitate to register your complaint with the Medical Superintendent. Suggestion/ complaint boxes are provided at various locations in the campus. You cam also e mail your complaints to us. We will try to settle your grievances as soon as possible.

6. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE USER The success of the charter depends on the support the hospital received from its users. The users need to understand the various constraints under which the hospital is functioning. Please do not create inconvenience to other patients. Please try to keep the hospital and its surroundings clean. The users are requested to use the facilities of the hospital with care. Kindly contact the reception counter for any clarifications. The hospital is a non spitting and non smoking zone. Please refrain from demanding undue favours from the staff and officials. We would appreciate your valuable feedback on the services provided at the Goa Medical College. The feedback could be handed over to the office or sent to us on e mail.

Contact Information:

Feel free to contact us for further information:

Dean:                                      Dr. Pradeep G. Naik
Phone: 
2495169
Fax:     2458728
E mail: 
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Medical Superintendent:   Dr. Shivanand Bandekar
Phone: 2495010
Fax:
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Director Administration:   Mr.Sanjeev Gadkar

Address:                               Goa Medical College and Hospital,
Bambolim, Tiswadi Goa
403202
Goa Medical College Exchange: 
2458700-2458715

CONTACT DETAILS:
Important phone numbers: Dean:
2495169
Medical Superintendent: 2495010
Casualty: 2495030
Blood Bank: 2458724/ 2495032
Mortury: 2495189
Goa Medical College exchange: 2458700-2458715

To contact any extension from outside dial 249XXXX where XXXX is the 4 digit extension number. For example to contact the PA to Dean dial 249 5169. The extension numbers are provided in the table below.

To dial the wards one should dial 2495 followed by the ward number. For example if you wish to contact ward 114 then dial 2495 114. Similarly if you wish to contact ward 117, the number will be 2495 117.\
 Kindly refer to the section above for the ward numbers under various departments.

Direct inward dialing can also be accessed on the old analogue lines: 2458700 - 2458715.

Important extension numbers :

Dean's office:

Dean

Call PA to Dean

PA to Dean

5169

OSD

5253

Director Administration

5099

Academic section I/C

5351

 

 

Medical Superintendent's office

Medical superintendent

5010

MS Office

5153/5280/5164

 

 

Private Billing office

5168

Blood Bank
Laboratory
In charge

5032
5054

OPDs

Department

OPD

Office

Professor

Gen Surgery

5304

5033

5006

Paed Surgery

5304

5033

 

Plastic Surgery

5305

5033

5380

Urology

5304

 

 

Neurosurgery

5305

5075

5004

Neurology 
(EEG, EMG)

5305

5085

5085

Orthopaedics

5307

5074

5014

Medicine

5312

 

5018

Nephrology

5312

 

5003

Paediatrics

5314

 

5016

Ophthalmology

5321

5072

5007

Skin VD

5322

 

5002

ENT

5323

5073

5001

OBG

5324-5325-5326

 

??? 5006

Casualty

5030

5025

5006

Laboratory

 

Office

Prof and HOD

OPD 13

5313

5061

Microbiology

5187

5020

Serology
TB

5399
5166

 

Pathology 
Histopathology
Haematology

5188
5159
5172

5061

Biochemistry
laboratory

5185
5315

5051

DOTS centre

5396

 

ICTC

5395

 

 

 

Office

Professor

Radiology

 

5017

CT Scan
MRI
USG

 

 

Radiotherapy

5332

 

Other Departments:

Anatomy

5180

5350

Physiology

5182

5065

Pharmacology

5191

5200

Preventive and Social Medicine

5193

5335

Anaesthesiology

 

 

Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour:
TB and Chest Disease Hospital:
Rural health and Training Centre, Mandur
Urban health centre, St. Cruz:

We request your co-operation to help us serve you better.

Address: Goa Medical College and Hospital
Bambolim, Tiswadi Goa-India