Baroda Homeopathic Medical College has its own 49 bedded full-fledged hospital (covering 65000 sq.ft. area) with all modern facilities for routine & emergency medical care. This well-equipped teaching hospital serves as a boon to the surrounding rural locality. Various consultants both from Homoeopathy and Modern Medicine make efforts to provide primary & secondary medical aid to needful patients. The Paradise Foundation Trust runs this hospital purely on charitable basis to allow its benefits to be extended to the very low income generating population. The hospital has a full-fledged Homoeopathic unit where Clinical Teaching & Practical Training in Homeopathy is given to clinical students by prominent consultants.
The allied medicine unit has every modern day facility. The Radiology department has ultramodern X-Ray and Ultra-Sonography Machine. The Pathology Department has Auto Analyzer, Centrifuge Machine, Cell Counter, Microscope, Urine Analyzer, and Computer facilities. The Dental Unit is equipped with a Fully Automatic Dental Chair and other modern facilities. There is a separate Ophthalmology unit to aid the poor patients for their ophthalmic problems. The Yoga and Naturopathic Department caters the need of patients who require nature's help for relief in their ailments. It has a well-equipped physiotherapy department too with modern machines like IFT,SWD,TENS,EMS etc.
The Hospital has its own major and minor operation theatre with an attached recovery room. The vast spacious labour room is an additional benefit for carrying out normal deliveries with ease.
Various wards for catering different strata of society are serving the needs of people from the grass root level to highest standards. The separate Male & Female general wards, Paediatrics ward, Semi Special & Special rooms are specially designed to meet with requirement of modern day medical care. The Surgical &Gynaecology wards are providing medical aids to the patients while simultaneously providing much needed clinical exposure to the clinical students.
The Hospital has its own ambulance and mobile van which visits the urban as well as peripheral areas in rural Vadodara to extend medical aids to the needy patients. Everyday this van visits different localities and nearby villages with a team of Medical Officers and Internee doctors to provide Homoeopathic medication at a very down to earth rate. The patients in need of Pathological or Radiological diagnosis could avail these facilities at hospital at a very cheap rate.
The Hospital takes up the responsibility of serving at mass level by taking medical camps at regular intervals. These camps provide diagnostics and therapeutic measures to many patients at once. The services of stalwart consultants can be availed under one roof during camp period. The Homoeopathic camps, Dental camps, & Ophthalmology & Gynecological camps have attracted many patients from far flung peripheral areas. Every new camp generates a never seen before enthusiasm. The Hospital Superintendent Dr. Jaykumar Chandarana & other clinical & non-clinical staff members of hospital work day in and day out to reach to the unreached population to provide them quality health care.
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Some noteworthy points are:
- School Health Checkup programs
- School students education programs
- Collaboration with Red Ribbon club for educational & AIDS program.
- 4. Collaboration with Vadodara Municipal Corporation(VMSS) for
- 5. Homoeopathic center.
- 6. Collaboration with Doctors cell for LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS medical camps.
Medical Staff Members
|Sr.No.||Name of the Post||Name||Qualification|
|1||Hospital Superintendent||1||Dr. Jaykumar Chandarana||M.D. (Hom.)|
|2||Senior Medical Officer||1||Dr.Vaibhav R. Shah||B.H.M.S., CYS|
|3||Medical Officer||1||Dr. Ranjana Chhabra||B.H.M.S.|
|2||Dr. Priyanka M. Byahatti||B.H.M.S.|
|4||Resident Medical Officer||1||Dr. Shashank Dhobi||B.H.M.S.|
|2||Dr. Himshree Chhaya||B.H.M.S.|
|5||Surgeon (General Surgeon)||1||Dr. Nilay Shah||B.D.S.|
|6||Anestetist||On Call||Dr.Kalpesh Tejani & Dr. Manisha Shah|
|7||Obstetrician / Gynaecologist||1||Dr. Ranjana Parikh||M.D.,D.G.O.|
|8||Radiologist||On Call||Dr. Bhavesh Patel||M.D. Radiologist|
|9||Pathologist / Biochemist||1||M.D.Pathologist|
|10||Yoga Expert||1||Dr.Vaibhav R. Shah||B.H.M.S., CYS|
|12||Dietician (OnCall)||1||Pratiksha V. Bhatt||Dietician|
|13||House Physician (Resident)||24||M.D. Students|
|14||Pathologist / Biochemist||Dr. Sandeep Barve|
Paramedical Staff Members
|Sr.No.||Name of the Post||Name||Qualification|
|2||Mr.Sunil Shah||H.S.C., F.Y. B.com|
|15||Laboratory Technician||1||Mr. Ghanshyam Bhosle||D.M.L.T.|
|16||X-Ray Attendant||1||Mr. Colin Mecvan||B.Sc.,Operation Theatre & Anaesthesia, 1yr X-Ray Tech. Course|
|17||X-Ray Attendant||1||Mr.Jaswant Padhiyar||S.S.C.|
|18||Dressor||1||Mr. Yogesh H. Gohil||H.S.C.|
|19||Nursing Staff Incharge||1||Mrs. Minaxiben A. Parmar||S.S.C., 1yr Nursing attendent Course|
|20||Nursing Staff||1||Mrs. Hiraben Bariya||H.S.C., 01year Nursing Course|
|2||Mrs. Kinjal V. Pathak||H.S.C., Medical Disaster 1.1/2 years Course|
|3||Mrs. Ushaben C. Gohil||H.S.C., 06months Basic Nursing Course|
|4||Ms. Mahishaben N. Nai||H.S.C., 02 yrs Nursing Course|
|5||Ms. Shilpaben M. Rathwa||Nursing Course|
|6||Ms. Hanshaben J. Rathwa||Nursing Course|
|7||Mr.Vishnu K. Bhavsar||H.S.C., Nursing Aid Trining Course|
|21||Ward Boys / Ayas||1||Mr.Jagdish Parmar||9th Pass|
|2||Mrs. Ramilaben Padhiyar||5th Pass|
|3||Mr. Shailendrasingh B. Parmar||H.S.C.|
|4||Mr. Bhavik A. solanki||10th pass|
|5||Mr. Deepak Kolhe||9th Pass|
|6||Mr. Khumansinh P. Padhiyar||10th Fail|
|7||Mrs. Parul S. Solanki||H.S.C. Pass|
|22||Store Keeper||1||Mr. Arun Brahambhatt||8th Pass|
|23||Hospital Administrator||1||Mr. Sanjay Bhavsar||S.S.C., Draughtsman Mechenical|