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The department of Emergency Medicine started as a 20 bedded facility in 2018. The Department has undergone multiple upgrades, including a recent extension and face-lift and currently has a 30 bedded modern hospital-within-hospital facility, fully equipped to cater for patients presenting with various medical and surgical emergencies, including Trauma Care. The Operating Room, Intensive Care Unit and a Labour Complex attached to the Department further helps in providing wholesome, high quality emergent care and aids in the management of critically ill patients. The department functions 24 hours a day, on all days (including weekends and public holidays). The highly trained team includes Emergency Physicians, Post- Graduate Residents, Junior Residents and nursing staff on duty round the clock.


  • State of the art monitoring facilities for all beds, which enables invasive and non-invasive BP Monitoring, ECG and SpO2 Monitoring
  • Dialysis port for emergency Hemodialysis and SLED
  • Defibrillator with transcutaneous pacing facility
  • End Tidal Carbon Dioxide Monitoring
  • Point of Care Ultrasonography
  • CPR Feedback Device to ensure CPR quality
  • Video Laryngoscopy


Our department comprises of a Triage area, a resuscitation bay for critically ill patients, a trauma bay, medical bay, procedure/plaster, major and minor OT, Ophthalmology/ENT dorm and Labour room. The Department is centrally air conditioned with segregations for isolation rooms which have negative pressure ventilation

  • State of the art ambulance bay and pre-hospital care
  • POCUS (point of care ultrasound) – for rapid bedside diagnosis of acute conditions and aids in provision of early appropriate management.
  • Dialysis port with 24-hour access to emergency hemodialysis
  • Largest point of care facility in the hospital which includes CBC, blood gas analysis, RFT, LFT, Uric Acid, D-Dimer, Troponin I, BNP and lipid profile. This greatly helps expedite provision of appropriate care to patients.
  • All ED beds, including triage beds equipped with cardiac monitoring facility and oxygen ports.
  • Trained doctors and staff capable of providing adult and pediatric advanced life support.
  • Advanced airway management, including surgical airway – both adult and pediatric
  • Invasive and non-invasive ventilation
  • Tube thoracostomy
  • Central and peripheral venous access
  • Acute stroke care including thrombolysis
  • Cardiac care – including management of arrhythmias, transcutaneous pacing, and 24 hour access to cath lab for patients presenting with acute myocardial infarction. We also provide thrombolysis facilities for acute myocardial infarction.
  • Access to a well equipped blood bank enabling management of traumatic and non- traumatic hemorrhagic shock, and also provision of massive transfusion

Doctors and staff trained in provision of acute trauma and critical care

Our Department has a post-graduate training program in Emergency Medicine with an annual intake of 2 trainees. We have a dedicated skills lab, seminar hall and a department library stocked with recent journals and textbooks that help keep the Residents updated on their academics.


Dr. K Jayakrishnan

Professor & HOD

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Dr. Jobin Jose M

Associate Professor

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Dr. Fred John

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Rose Mary Joseph

Senior Resident

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Dr. Syam Mohan

Senior Resident

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Dr. Antony Kalliath

Senior Resident

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Ancy C L

Senior Resident

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Dr. Shabeer P K

Senior Resident

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Dr. Leenus Jacob

Senior Resident

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Dr Sangeetha Sajeevu

Senior Resident

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Dr Mary Jacob

Senior Resident

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CME Details Date of Conduct
Name : EM Pulse : National Level Emergency Medicine Conference
Theme/Subject : Core Emergency Medicine
Credit Hours : 6 CME credit hours

Name : Cardiac workshop
Theme/Subject : Cardiac Resuscitation
Credit Hours : 1.5 hours CME credit hours

Name : Trauma Workshop
Theme/Subject : Emergency Trauma Care.
Credit Hours : 1 hour CME credit hour

Name : INSPIRE'EM : International Health
Theme/Subject : Out-of-hospital Emergency Medicine



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