|Toll Free Anti Ragging Number||18001805499|
|Telephone Number of ASMCS, Firozabad||0561-2246700|
Right To Information
Officer in Charge :- Dr. Alok, Senior Consultant, Anesthesia.
Appellate Officer :- Principal, Autonomous State Medical College Society, Firozabad
CASUALTY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
Officers in Charge of Casualty: Dr. Omkar, Assistant Professor, Medicine
Dr. Rahul Jain (EMO)
Dr. Shailendra (EMO)
Dr. Doli Goswami (EMO)
Dr. Vikki (EMO)
Phone Number of Casualty: 0561-2246700
Location: Ground Floor, casualty block left from entrance of Hospital.
OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT (OPD) SERVICES
Location: Ground, 1st and 2nd Floor of Hospital
|Registration Time||Consultation Time|
|General OPD||8:00 am to 2:00 pm||8:00 am to 4:00 pm|
|Speciality Clinics||8:00 am to 12:00 noon||9:00 am to 1:00 pm|
During OPD consultation, the consultant will fill up the requisition forms for various investigations and direct/guide the patient to the concerned lab/department.
Sample collection centre for blood, urine, stool etc: central laboratory
Sample collection timing : 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Certain particular investigations are done on particular days only.
Patient should obtain the investigation report on the date/time given for collection of the same from the concerned lab/department.
All the investigations are done on payment of a nominal rate fixed by the government. Patient should remit the payment and obtain proper receipt from the concerned lab/department.
Depending on the work load, for certain investigation patients will be called on future dates by the concerned department. However, these may be done out of turn in urgent situations on recommendation of the treating doctor.
Patient admitted in the general ward has to deposit admission charges at the rates approved by the State Government from time to time. At present it is free of cost admissions. Medicines, I.V. fluids and surgical items as per availability, diet, linen etc will be provided free of cost to admitted patients.
Additional charges will be applicable for specific investigations, procedures, surgery, etc.
All the inpatients will receive treatment by team of Resident Doctors and Nursing Staff available round the clock under the supervision and guidance of Faculty Members.
Hospital attendants are available in different wards to help inpatient care and related activities.
Special wards like ICU,ISU, Nursery etc are equipped with modern gadgets and devices like Monitor, Nebulisers, Incubators, Pulse Oxymeter etc. to provide better quality medical care.
Hospital has generator back up.
Bed Linen is changed at the time of admission and thereafter on every alternate day and also whenever required.
Food is served free of cost two times a day for all in-patients along with one attendant. Special diet is also available.
Destitute patient is provided drugs and surgical items from the hospital and all hospital charges are waived.
Operation theatres - The hospital has fully equipped modern operation theatres.
Routine Surgeries are done as per list maintained by the respective department(s).
Visitors are allowed only during visiting hours, i.e. from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Routine Lab (On all working days):
1. Sample collection timing : 8:30 am to 2:00 pm
1. All types of routine and special investigations are done in the hospital, including Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology.
Blood Bank : Available
RESPONSIBILITIES OF USERS
Please follow the rules and regulations of the hospital while inside the hospital campus.
Please do not cause inconvenience to other patients by crowding or making noise unnecessarily.
Please help us in keeping the hospital and its surroundings neat and clean. Please do not argue with security guards, show your passes when asked for and help maintain the order and peace inside the hospital premises.
Please use the facilities of this hospital with care and do not damage/spoil hospital property.
Do not indulge in any money transactions with touts and unauthorised persons.
The hospital is a NO SMOKING ZONE. Please do not smoke in the hospital.
Please refrain from demanding undue favours from hospital staff and officials.
Please provide useful feedback and constructive suggestions. These may be addressed to the Medical Superintendent of the hosp