Shanti Gopal Hospital of
Shanti Gopal Hospital Medical Excellence aims at improving the quality of healthcare delivery through its customized training programs which are focused on enhancing the skills and competency levels of doctors, nurses, allied health and non-medical support staff.
Doc Connect - May 2015
- Hooked to an oxygen cylinder, this 20 days old baby braved a 19 hour train journey from Madhubani, Bihar to Delhi. Apoorv was born with a rare congenital defect wherein his oesophagus (food pipe) and trachea (wind pipe) were connected. Due to this, Apoorv would nearly choke every time he was fed.
- With doctors in Patna unable to diagnose the problem, Apoorv's parents decided to get their first born treated in Delhi. " As he was refusing feeds, his condition deteriorated. Doctors in Patna couldn't diagnose the problem. By the time we decided to bring him to Delhi, his condition had deteriorated. He was put on oxygen support and intravenous glucose," Maithili, Apoorv's mother, 0said.
DR. SANJAY GARG's Message
DR. SANJAY GARG
Department - GASTROENTEROLOGY
OPD Timing - MON TO SUN : 09:30 AM - 10:30 PM & MON TO SUN : 12:00 AM - 02:00 PM & MON TO SAT : 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
As the Medical Director of the Shanti Gopal Hospital. We are proud that you have chosen to be with us in your pursuit of clinical excellence in your chosen field.
Learning is a life long journey for each one of us, a tool we use for self-development. Formal education programs are a structured method of promoting learning and the raison d’etre of Shanti Gopal Hospital, our efforts are centered around four principles which we like to call the 4S agenda; every program must be of Superb quality, it must be Student centric, it must Scalable and Sustainable.
Our programs embody all these principles and will impart to our students not only on hands on clinical expertise but will also train them to deal with multiple complexities and quick decision making in a high pressured environment where every minute may make the difference between a life saved or lost. Highly experienced faculty with years of expertise have been chosen to guide you through this learning curve.
We hope to be an integral part of our student’s personal and professional growth and I look forward to welcoming you as part of the Shanti Gopal Family.
Doc Connect - July 2015
- Sunil Bagga, 32, was rushing down the stairs of his office to make it in time for a meeting when he twisted his foot. He felt a searing pain, but limped through it. The pain persisted and the foot became red and swollen, but all he did was apply balm . A few days later, the pain became so severe that he was unable to walk. The doctor found Bagga had injured a muscle. The injury had become worse due to neglect. Recovery, he was told, would be a long process.
- Broken bones, if set and fixed properly, heal so well that they are as strong as before the fracture. The same is sadly not true for the other component of our musculoskeletal system - the muscle. Muscles are responsible for all the movements of our body. Bones cannot move by themselves. It's the muscles that propel them and enable our body to move and function.
DR. A.K. ANURAGI's Message
DR. A.K. ANURAGI
Department - MEDICINE
OPD Timing - MON TO SAT : 01:30 PM - 02:30 PM