Details for Information

Details for Information

Citizen Charter

This charter seeks to provide a framework which enables our users to know

Standard of Service:

  • This is a Medical college and Hospital for teaching, education and Basic and super specialty patient care.
  • It provides medical care to all patients who come to the hospital.
  • Standards are influenced by patients load and availability of resources.
  • We insist that all our patient/relatives receive courteous and prompt attention.

Location: It is located in NH-216 (previously NH-214), Chaitanya Health City, Amalapuram. It is 5 kms from Amalapuram Bus station and around 65 kms from Rajahmundry and Kakinada railway stations. It is 70 Kms from Rajahmundry Airport.

Human Resources: This hospital has 350+ doctors including residents and 850+ support staff including nursing, paramedical and housekeeping staff.

Beds: KIMS Hospital is an 890 bedded hospital attached to Konaseema Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Foundation Medical College, including 30 Casualty/Emergency Beds and 50 ICU beds.

General information:

Enquiry, Reception and Registration services:

  • This hospital has separate OPD counter for both male and female, an IPD counter and an Enquiry counter.
  • Telephonic enquiries can be made over telephone number: +91 - 8856239999
  • Location and directional sign boards have been put up at various places in this hospital.

Casualty and Emergency Services: All casualty services are available round the clock

  • Duty doctors are available round the clock
  • Specialist doctors are available on call.
  • Emergency services are available for all applicable specialties
  • Emergency operation theatre functions round the clock.

OPD services:

Following outpatient services of broad specialities are available in the hospital:

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • D V L
  • E N T
  • Psychiatry
  • Orthopaedics
  • Pulmonary Medicine (Chest & TB)
  • Ophthalmology
  • Paediatrics
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Following outpatient services of super specialities are available in the hospital:

  • Cardiology
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery
  • Neurology
  • Neuro Surgery
  • Nephrology
  • Urology
  • Medical Gastroeneterology
  • Surgical Gastroeneterology
  • Paediatric Surgery
  • Plastic Surgery

In OPD’s specialists are available for consultation.

OPD services are available on all working days excluding Sundays and public holidays from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. OPD services for emergency are available round the clock, including Sundays and Public Holidays.

Laboratory Services:

  • Clinical pathology
  • Bio chemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Haematology
  • Histopathology
  • Virology

There is a central collection centre for receiving and collecting various specimens for testing. The timings for receiving specimens at OPD is from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm. Laboratory services for IPD are available round the clock. Laboratory services for Emergency are available round the clock for limited tests relating to clinical pathology and biochemistry.

Radio Diagnostic services:

  • X-ray
  • Ultrasound
  • CT Scan
  • MRI
  • Mammography

Routine X-rays are done at OPD from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm.

Ultrasound examination is done from 9.00am to 4.00pm

CT Scans is done from 9.00 am to 3.30 pm

MRI Scans is done from 9.00 am to 3.30 pm

Radio Diagnostic services for IPD and Emergency services are also available round the clock.

Indoor patient services:

  • Emergency ward admits emergency cases round the clock.
  • There is a 85 bedded Intensive Care Unit for care of seriously ill patients.
  • A well equipped intensive coronary care unit to take care of heart patients requiring intensive treatment.
  • There are 2 labour rooms for conducting deliveries round the clock.
  • Every patient is permitted for one attendant pass only.
  • Visitors are allowed between 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm only.
  • Admitted patients should contact the duty nurse for any medical assistance they need.

Other facilities available are:

Provision for drinking water, wheel chairs and trolley for the sick and specially abled patients available in the OPD and casualty. Ambulance is available to drop the discharged patients (on payment of nominal charges) round the clock. 24 Hours Pharmacy is available in the hospital premises. Canteen for patients and their attendants is available in hospital premises.

Suggestions/Complaints and Grievances:

There will be occasions when our services will not be up to your expectations. Please do not hesitate to register your complaints. It will only help us serve you better. You can drop your complaints in Suggestion/Complaint boxes placed at prominent places. Every grievance will be duly acknowledged. We aim to settle your genuine complaints within a reasonable time.

Anti-Ragging Complaints:

To avoid ragging in the college the management has appointed an Anti-Ragging Committee. Ragging related complaints can be submitted to the Anti-Ragging committee members at any point of time to the following members:

(a) Mrs.Rekha Kumari - 9490259154

(b) Mr.K.Naga Raju - 9885451169

Responsibilities of the users:

The success of this charter depends on the support we receive from the users. Please try to appreciate the various constraints under which the hospital is functioning. Huge numbers of out-patients are attending the OPD annually and In-patients are admitted annually in the casualty and emergency wards. Please do not cause inconvenience to other patients. Please help us in keeping the hospital and its surroundings neat and clean. Please use the facilities of the hospital with care. Beware of touts. The hospital is a “No Smoking Zone” and smoking is a Punishable offence. Please refrain from demanding undue favours from the staff and officials, as it encourages corruption. Please provide feedback and suggestion which will be useful for us to improve our service, which may be addressed to the Medical Superintendent of the Hospital.

  • No Smoking Please
  • Don’t spit here and there.
  • Use designated dustbins for waste disposal.
  • Keep hospital premises and surroundings clean
  • Give respect to Ladies and Senior Citizens
  • Vulnerable patients are given due priority in services.

Result of all the examinations of last one year

RESULTS OF MBBS (REGULAR) FOR 2019
Year Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
Final MBBS Part II Jan / Feb, 2019 135 115 85%
Final MBBS Part I Jan / Feb, 2019 149 106 71%
II MBBS Jan / Feb, 2019 155 139 90%
I MBBS July / Aug, 2019 155 113 74%

 

RESULTS OF MBBS (SUPPLEMENTARY) FOR 2019
Year Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
Final MBBS Part II July / Aug, 2019 29 9 31%
Final MBBS Part I July / Aug, 2019 47 36 76%
II MBBS July / Aug, 2019 18 12 66%
I MBBS Nov / Dec, 2018 47 36 76%

 

RESULTS OF MBBS (REGULAR) FOR 2020
Year Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
Final MBBS Part II Jan / Feb, 2020 160 148 93%
Final MBBS Part I Jan / Feb, 2020 158 133 84%
II MBBS Jan / Feb, 2020 150 133 89%
I MBBS Jan / Feb, 2021 Results Awaited

 

RESULTS OF MD/MS (REGULAR) FOR 2019
Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
APRIL/MAY, 2019 54 48 89%

 

RESULTS OF MD/MS (SUPPLEMENTARY) FOR 2019
Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
SEP/OCT, 2019 7 2 29%

 

RESULTS OF MD/MS (REGULAR) FOR 2020
Month Appeared Passed Percentage (%)
AUG/SEP, 2020 54 51 94%

THE ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE FOR THE YEAR 2020 - 21

Details of the CHAIRMAN & MEMBERS with contact numbers

DR. A. S. KAMESWARA RAO CHAIRMAN 9000522333
MEMBERS
DR. ANAND ACHARYA PRINCIPAL 9963598050
DR. G. V. BENERJEE PROF. & HOD BIOCHEMISTRY 9885939321
DR. K. VANI MADHAVI PROF. & HOD COMMUNITY MEDICINE 9701594821
DR. M. B. R. SARMA PROF. & HOD GENERAL MEDICINE 9848029600
DR. T. V. RAMESH PROF. & HOD PAEDIATRICS 9849011065
DR. N. PADMAJA PROF. & HOD MICRO BIOLOGY 7893390808
DR. I. ANIL KUMAR PROF. & HOD ANATOMY 9908818152
Mr. M. MOHANA RAJU VICE PRESIDENT 8297341111
D. SURENDRA STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE(s) 7013795956
S. RATNA MOUNIKA 8309130376
M. MOHIT SURYA KUMAR 8008867566
K. KESAVI PRIYANKA 9182745169
I. SRI SAI PRANEETH 6304812139
POLICE DEPARTMENT Y. MADHAV REDDY – “D S P” AMALAPURAM 9440796504
G. SURESH BABU – “C I” AMALAPURAM 9440796525
CH. RAJESH KUMAR – “RURAL S I” AMALAPAURAM 9440796562

 

GENDER HARRASSMENT COMMITTEE

CHAIRPERSON DR. ANAND ACHARYA PROF. & HOD PHARMACOLOGY
MEMBERS DR. T. V. RAMESH PROF. & HOD PAEDIATRICS
DR. K. VANI MADHAVI PROF. & HOD COMMUNITY MEDICINE
DR. K. A. L. SATYAVATHI ASSO. PROF OBST & GYN
DR. N. PADMAJA PROF. & HOD MICRO BIOLOGY

 

Contact Number to report ragging

To curb the menace of ragging, KIMS&RF has taken stringent steps and strictly follows the guidelines according to the Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Professional Colleges / Institutions, Regulations 2009 as notified by the Medical & Dental Council of India and other regulatory bodies of the Govt. of India. A clear statement Undertaking will have to be submitted duly signed by the Parent / Guardian as well as every individual student(s) according to the statutory notification during their admission.

Ragging related complaints can be submitted to the below numbers at any point of time:

(a) Mrs. Rekha Kumari - 9490259154

(b) Mr. K. Naga Raju - 9885451169

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS DURING LAST ONE YEAR

NAME OF THE AUTHOR DESG & DEPT TITLE

DR MD ABDUL SALAAM

Assistant Professor

Psychiatry

VITAMIN D AS AN ADJUNCTIVE TREATMENT WITH ESCITALOPRAM IN TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION: A CASE CONTROL STUDY

DR K L V SIMHACHALAM

2nd MBBS

KIMS & RF, Amp

A STUDY OF HEPATITIS C INFECTION AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH VARIOUS CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN DECIDING THE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE.

K V L SIMHACHALAM

Final MBBS Part-I

KIMS & RF, Amp

CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY ON PREVALANCE OF NOMOPHOBIA & ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS AMONG MEDICAL, DENTAL & PARAMEDICAL STUDENTS OF AMALAPURAM, A.P.

DURGA PRASAD

Final MBBS Part-I

KIMS & RF, Amp

KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTISE TOWARDS CONSUMPTION OF FAST FOOD AMONG MEDICAL STUDETNS OF KIMS&RF, AMALAPURAM.

SAI BHAVYA DHARANI B

Final MBBS Part-I

KIMS & RF, Amp

USAGE OF MEDICAL RELATED APPLICATIONS AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS

V BHARADWAJ

Assistant Professor

Pathology

HISTOPATHOLOGICAL SPECTRUM OF DERMATOLOGICAL LESIONS – A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

DR B BHARGAV PRASAD

Associate Professor

Pulmonary Medicine

BRONCHIAL WASHINGS FOR CBNAAT – A CLINICAL PILOT STUDY OF EVALUATE THE SUPERIORITY OVER SPUTUM CBNAAT.

DR R BATHRINARAYANAN

Assistant Professor

Cardiology

ICC NATIONAL HEART FAILURE REGISTRY

DR ANAND ACHARYA

Professor & HoD

Pharmacology

ROLE OF REINFORCEMENT ON RATIONAL SELECTION OF ANTIMICROBIALS BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

DR P JYOTHI  ARUNA  DEVI

1st Year PG

Ob & Gy

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MERITS AND DEMERITS OF EXTERIORIZATION OF UTERUS DURING CAESAREAN DELIVERY

DR P V SRUJANA

1st Year PG

Radiodiagnosis

PLAIN RADIOGRAPH AND MR EVALUATION OF PAINFUL HIP JOINT

DR SWETHA RONANKI

1st Year PG

Radiodiagnosis

HIGH RESOLUTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN EVALUATION OF PATHOLOGIES OF THE TEMPORAL BONE.

DR PADALA KARTHIK

1st Year PG

Radiodiagnosis

AN ASSESSMENT OF CEREBRAL VENOUS SINUS THROMBOSIS USING MR SEQUENCES.

DR VUMMANENI LATHA MOUNIKA

1st Year PG

Radiodiagnosis

ROLE OF MULTIDETECTOR COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN EVALUATION OF BLUNT ABDOMINAL TRAUMA

M R S J ISWARYA

2nd MBBS

KIMS & RF, Amalapuram

THE PREVALENCE AND TYPE OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS IN KONASEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION – A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY

DR RAJESH POTTI

Assistant Professor

Pharmacology

EFFECT OF EXERCISE ON BLOOD PRESSURE AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS, IN RELATION TO BODY MASS INDEX.

DR V V GOPALA RAJU S

Professor & HoD

Physiology

PERCEPTION OF MEDICAL, DENTAL, NURSING AND PARAMEDICAL STUDENTS ON “MINI-LECTURE TO TEACH ATTITUDINAL DOMAIN

DR THOTLA KAVYA

1st Year PG

D V L

“COMPARISON OF TOPICAL METHOTREXATE IONTOPHORESIS VERSUS TOPICAL CALCIPOTRIOL IN PLAMOPLANTAR PSORIASIS”

DR ARETI SRILAXMI

1st Year PG

D V L

“PROSPECTIVE THERAPEUTIC SPLIT SIDE TRIAL WITH COMBINATION OF 12% AMMONIUMLACTATE AND 0.05% TRETINOIN VERSUS 35% TCA IN ACANTHOSIS NIGRICANS”

DR OJESWI DEVANAPALLY

1st Year PG

General Medicine

“THE CLINICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND SONOLOGICAL PROFILE OF THE SPECTRUM OF LIVER DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH  TYPE 2-DIABETES MELLITUS”

DR VEMULA SAIKIRAN

1st Year PG

General Medicine

A STUDY ON C REACTIVE PROTEIN AND GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN ADULTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES

DR M SHABARISH KUMAR

1st Year PG

General Medicine

A STUDY ON PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCKS IN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME

DR M VENGAMAMBA DEVI

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

A COMPRATIVE STUDY OF 0.25% BUPIVACAINE WITH DEXMEDETOMIDIDNE AND 0.25% BUPIVACAINE WITH DEXAMETHASONE FOR ULTRASOUND GUIDED SUPRACLAVICULAR BRACHIAL PLEXUS BLOCK FOR UPPER LIMB SURGERIES.

DR KATREDDI MOUNIKA

1st Year PG

General Medicine

COMPRATIVE EVALUATION OF STROKE IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DIABETES MELLITUS AND THE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF GLYCEMIC LEVELS ON THE OUTCOME OF STROKE

DR K SRI HARSHA

1st Year PG

General Medicine

A STUDY ON HAEMATOLOGICAL AND COAGULATION PROFILE IN HEMOTOXIC SNAKE BITE

DR GUNDA NIHARIKA

1st Year PG

General Medicine

EVALUATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH HEPATIC CIRRHOSIS

DR A GOWTHAM KUMAR

1st Year PG

General Medicine

A STUDY ON ACUTE PANCREATITIS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO ETIOPATHOGENESIS, CLINICAL PROFILE AND OUTCOME

DR SHAIK RASHEED AHMAD

1st Year PG

General Medicine

PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED STUDY EVALUATING DEXMEDETOMIDINE AS AN ADJUVANT ADDED TO A LOCAL ANAESTHETIC MIXTURE OF BUPIVACAINE & LIGNOCAINE WITH ADRENALINE FOR AXILLARY PLEXUS BLOCK COMPARED WITH AXILLARY PLEXUS BLOCK WITH LOCAL ANAESTHETIC MIXTURE ALONE.

DR K RESHMA NAIDU

1st Year PG

General Medicine

HAEMODYNAMIC      RESPONSES  TO LARYNGEAL  MASK  AIRWAY   (LMA) INSERTION AND ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION IN CHILDREN –  A CLINICAL COMPARATIVE STUDY

DR ASHA NIRMALA S

1st Year PG

Ob & Gy

COMPARATIVE STUDY AND EVALUATION OF PAP SMEAR AND COLPOSCOPY WITH HISTOPATHOLOGY IN CERVICAL LESIONS

DR SANAPALA CHAYADEVI

1st Year PG

Ob & Gy

CORRELATION OF ENDOMETRIAL THICKNESS BY TRANSVAGINAL SONOGRAPHY WITH HISTOPATHOLOGY  OF ENDOMETRIUM IN POSTMENOPAUSAL BLEEDING

DR M SRAVANI CHEGONDI

1st Year PG

Ob & Gy

COMPARATIVE  STUDY OF MATERNAL  AND PERINATAL OUTCOME  IN TEENAGE PRIMIGRAVIDAE AND PRIMIGRAVIDAE AGED 20 -29 YEARS

DR VEENA MADHURI K

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUS DEXMEDETOMIDINE AND  INTRAVENOUS LIGNOCAINE ON HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES DURING EXTUBATION

DR BHAGAVATI YETESHWAR PAVAN KUMAR

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

A COMPARATIVE  CLINICAL STUDY OF EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF CLONIDINE  AS AN ADJUVANT  TO BUPIVACAINE WHEN COMPARED WITH DEXMEDITOMIDINE AS AN ADJUVANT TO BUPIVACAINE IN SUPRACLAVICULAR BRACHIAL PLEXUS BLOCK IN ELECTIVE UPPER LIMB SURGERIES: A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE BLIND CONTROLLED STUDY

DR B RAJENDRAKIRAN

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

COMPARATIVE EVALUATION BETWEEN FASCIA ILIACA COMPARTMENT BLOCK AND INTRAVENOUS FENTANYL  ADMINISTRATION FOR PAINLESS POSITIONING DURING SPINAL ANAESTHESIA IN FRACTURE FEMUR SURGERIES - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY

DR SK UZMARAHAMATHA

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HAEMODYNAMIC CHANGES DURING INDUCTION AND ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION WITH ETOMIDATE AND THIOPENTONESODIUM DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA FOR ELECTIVE SURGERIES.

DR P SUDHIR SRIKAR

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

COMPARISON OF HYPERBARIC ROPIVACAINE WITH FENTANYL AND HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE WITH FENTANYL IN SUBARACHNOID  BLOCK FOR PERINEAL SURGERIES - A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL

DR B KUMAR REDDY

1st Year PG

General Medicine

A STUDY OF ECG AND 2D-ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENTS

DR GADE VAISHNAVI

1st Year PG

Paediatrics

A HOSPITAL BASED STUDY ON PREVALENCE OF RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY & ITS ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN PRETERMS BORN IN KIMS HOSPITAL, AMALAPURAM

DR PEDDI SWATHI GOUD

1st Year PG

Ob & Gy

A CLINICO PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION STUDY OF FIBROID UTERUS IN KIMS HOSPITAL

DR N NAGA LAKSHMI

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF  ATTENUATION  OF HAEMODYNAMIC RESPONSE TO ENDOTRACHEAL EXTUBATION¬ DILTIAZEM VERSUS LIDOCAINE

DR E BALA BHARATHI

1st Year PG

General Surgery

STUDY ON PRE-OPERATIVE AND INTRA-OPERARTIVE PRDICTORS OF DIFFICULT LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN GALL STONE DISEASE BASED ON CLINICAL EVALUATION.

DR T KAMALA PRIYA

1st Year PG

General Surgery

A CLINICAL STUDY ON TRIPLE ASSESSMENT AS A DIAGNOSITIC APPROACH TO PALPABLE BREAST LUMPS IN KIMS, AMALAPURAM

DR N B NAVEEN KUMAR

1st Year PG

General Surgery

EVALUATION OF HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES USING DIFFERENT INTRA ABDOMINAL PRESSURES FOR LAPROSCOPIC SURGERIES

DR K RAMYA KRISHNA

1st Year PG

Psychiatry

ASSOCIATION OF C-DEACTIVE PROTEIN LEVELS IN DEPRESSION

DR T P S SANKAR REDDY

1st Year PG

Psychiatry

A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY OF QUALITY OF LIFE, DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE PATIENTS AT A TERTIARY CARE CENTRE

DR MOKA REJESH

1st Year PG

General Surgery

USE OF SOFA (SEQUENTIAL ORGAN FAILURE ASSESSMENT) SCORING IN ASSESSING THE INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF ORGAN DYSFUNCTION AND PREDICTING THE OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS IN SURGICAL UNIT.

DR ANUSHA K

1st Year PG

E N T

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON OUTCOMES OF ENDOSCOPIC TYMPANOPLASTY AND MICROSCOPIC TYMPANOPLASTY

DR K G G L SHIVA PRIYA

1st Year PG

E N T

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BIPOLAR  TONSILLECTOMY VERSUS DISSECTION TONSILLECTOMY IN MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC TONSILLITIS IN KIMS AND RF GENERAL HOSPITAL, AMALAPURAM

DR P DEVISREE

1st Year PG

Paediatrics

Prevalence of Hypoglycaemia in Children under Five Years with Acute Gastroenteritis  with  Dehydration  and its Correlation  with Various Risk Factors - A Prospective Observational Study.

DR MANIBABU SOMISETTI

1st Year PG

Pulmonary Medicine

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON PULMONARY FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF TREATED TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS AMONG SMOKERS AND NON SMOKERS

DR K V N VYDEHI

1st Year PG

Pulmonary Medicine

ROLE OF BRONCHOSCOPY IN PATIENTS WITH SPUTUM CBNAAT NEGATIVE AND CHEST RADIOGRAPH SUGGESTIC OF PULMONARY MEDICINE

DR H L SRIDURGA

1st Year PG

General Surgery

OUTCOME OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF VARICOCELE IN INFERTILE MEN

DR ASHISH BHARADWAJ

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

EVALUATION OF  SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF MALLEOLAR FRACTURES OF ANKLE IN ADULTS

DR PRIYANKA N

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCKING COMPRESSION PLATE IN DIAPHYSEAL FRACTURE OF HUMERUS

DR HIMABINDU B

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

EVALUATION OF PROXIMAL FIBULAR OSTEOTOMY IN MEDIAL COMPARTMENT VARUS OSTEOARTHRITIS OF KNEE

DR M RAGHUVEER ADAPA

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCKING COMPRESSION PLATE IN DIAPHYSEAL FRACTURE OF HUMERUS

DR ALLA KARTHIK

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

EVALUATION  OF FUNCTIONAL   OUTCOMES   OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DISTAL  HUMERUS FRACTURES WITH INTRA ¬ ARTICULAR EXTENSION IN ADULTS

DR V BHANU PRAKASH

1st Year PG

Orthopaedics

EVALUATION OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DISTAL THIRD FEMORAL FRACTURES BY DISTAL FEMORAL NAILING.

DR SHAIK NAZIA

1st Year PG

General Surgery

STUDY ON INFLUENCDE OF LRINEC SCORING SYSTEM(LAB RISK FACTORS INFLUENCING NEUROLZING FASCITIS  4 MB VASALARITY

AND MICROBIAL FLORA ON OUTCOME OF NEUROLZING FASCITIS.

DR R S RAJU

Professor

Pharmacology

PERCEPTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS ON “TIMING OF THEORY CLASSES” IN RELATION TO LEARNING OUTCOMES

DR K JHANSI LAKSHMI

1st Year PG

Paediatrics

COMPARISION  OF SERUM LIPID LEVELS WITH SERUM ALBUMIN IN NEPHROTIC SYNDROME CHILDREN AT KONASEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION, AMALAPURAM

DR N LAVANYA

1st Year PG

Anaesthesia

A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN  0.5% ROPIVACAINE AND 0.5% BUPIVACAINE ALONG WITH FENTANYL TO PROVIDE POST OPERATIVE  EPIDURAL ANALGESIA IN PATIENTS  UNDERGONE  ELECTIVE LOWER ABDOMINAL AND LOWER LIMB SURGERIES

DR R ANISH NANDAN

1st Year PG

General Surgery

A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PUSH (PREMIUM ULCER SCALE FOR HEALING) – A TOOL TO PREDICT WOUND HEALING IN PATIENTS WITH LEG ULCERS

DR A S R KRISHNA VARMA

1st Year PG

General Surgery

A PROSPECTIVE STUY OF PUSH (PREMIUM ULCER SCALE FOR HEALING) – A TOOL TO PREDICT WOUND HEALA COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN BEDSIDE INDEX OF SEVERITY IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS (BISAP) SCORE AND MODIFIED CT SEVERITY INDEX (CTSI) IN PREDICTING SEVERITY AND MORTALITY OF PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH ACUTE PANCREATITISING IN PATIENTS WITH LEG ULCERS

DR N NAVEEN KANTH

1st Year PG

Paediatrics

SOCIO- DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE AND TREATMENT OUTCOMES OF PAEDIATRIC TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS REGISTERED UNDER RNTCP IN KONASEEMA REGION

DR ADIRAJU KARTHIKEYAN

1st Year PG

General Surgery

CLINICAL STUDY OF SALIVARY GLAND TUMOURS IN KONASEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH FOUNDATION.

DR ANAND BABU

Assistant Professor

Nephrology

A STUDY ON POTENTIAL DRUG- DRUG INTERACTIONS ADVERSE DRUG REACTION IN HYPERTENSIVE END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS IN KONASEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH FOUNDATION, AMALAPURAM.

DR T V RAMESH

Professor & HoD

Paediatrics

EVALUATION OF AWARENESS IN IMMUNIZATION AND ITS BENEFITS IN CHILD BEARING MOTHERS IN KIMS, AMALAPURAM.

DR RAJESWARI PILLI

Assistant Professor

Microbiology

“BACTERIOLOGICAL PROFILE AND ANTIBIOGRAM OF BLOOD CULTURE ISOLATES FROM A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL”

DR B BHARGAV PRASAD

Associate Professor

Pulmonary Medicine

A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE EVALUATION OF HAEMATOLOGICAL CHANGES AND ANEMIA AMONG THE PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS AT KONASEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH FOUNDATION, AMALAPURAM.

DR SRAVANI SAKSHI

3rd Year PG

Ob & Gy

“A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SINGLE LAYER VERSUS DOUBLE LAYER UTERINE CLOSURE IN LOWER SEGMENT CESAREAN SECTION”

DR RAJESWARI PILLI

Assistant Professor

Microbiology

“PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS C  AND HEPATITIS B VIRUSES INFECTION AND THEIR COINFECTION IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL”

DR RAJESWARI PILLI

Assistant Professor

Microbiology

BACTERIOLOGICAL PROFILE AND ANTIBIOGRAM OF BLOOD CULTURE ISOLATES FROM A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL

Details of any CME programs, conferences and/or any academic activities conducted by the institution

Activities in the year 2019

Medical Academy meeting on 25.01.2019, “Thyroid disorders in pregnancy” by Dr. Suhitha, MD, DM (Endocrinology - KIMS&RF)

Medical Academy meeting on 15.03.2019, “Sonography in Acute abdomen” by Dr. Sudhir Sachar, MD (Prof & HoD Radiology - KIMS&RF)

CME scheduled on 18.03.2019, “Normal X-ray Chest” by Dr. Sudhir Sachar, MD, (Prof & HoD Radiology - KIMS&RF) for faculty, PG students & Final MBBS Part – II students.

Guest Lecture on 29.03.2019, by Dr. S. S. Reddy & Dr. P. Gangadhara Rao on “Current Trends in Medical Education”.

Medical Academy meeting on 15.03.2019, “Sonography in Acute abdomen” by Dr Sudhir Sachar, MD (Prof & HoD Radiology - KIMS&RF)

Guest Lecture on 29.03.2019, by Dr. S.S. Reddy & Dr. P. Gangadhara Rao on “Current Trends in Medical Education” Workshop on “Curriculum Implementation and Support Program”, organized by the MCI Regional centre, at our KIMS from 20th to 22nd May 2019

Medical Academy Meeting on 28.05.2019, “Role of Gaps in deciphering Acid-Base disorders” by Dr Ananda Babu, MD, DM (Nephrologist – KIMS&RF)

Medical Academy meeting on 14.06.2019, “Emergency X-ray chest” by Dr. Sudhir Sachar, MD (Prof & HoD Radiology - KIMS&RF)

Medical Academy meeting on 17.12.2019, “Multimodality Imaging in Cardiology” by Dr R. Bathri Narayanan, MD, DM (Cardiologist – KIMS&RF)

Activities in the year 2020

Medical Academy meeting on 04-02-2020, “Emerging Corona Virus infection” by Dr. N. Padmaja, MD (Prof & HOD Microbiology – KIMS&RF) and Dr. K. Vani Madhavi, MD (Prof & HOD Community Medicine – KIMS&RF)

Medical Academy meeting on 13-03-2020, “Recent Advances in Brain & Spine surgery” by Dr. Kiran Kumar, MS, MCh (Neurosurgeon – KIMS&RF)

On line CME on “recent protocols in management of COVID-19 and co-morbities” by Dr. Praveen Maske, MD (Prof Gen Med – KIMS&RF) on 08.08.2020 for faculty PG students

Workshop on “CISP-2: Curriculum Implementation and Support Program”, under the aegis of MCI Regional center, at our KIMS&RF on 29th & 30th September 2020.

On line CME on “Late onset pulmonary complications of COVID-19” by Dr. Vijayender, MD (Asst. Prof Pulm Med – KIMS&RF) on 02-11-2020

CME on ‘COVID -19 precautions’ for the faculty of pre-Clinical & para clinical departments on 18th November 2020 in view of upcoming contact classes for MBBS students.

Unit / Department wise beds distribution

MEDICINE & ALLIED (BEDS: 380 - UNITS: 12)

S. No. WARDS No. OF UNITS MALE FEMALE

1

GENERAL MEDICINE (180)

6

UNIT - 1

15

15

UNIT - 2

15

15

UNIT - 3

15

15

UNIT - 4

15

15

UNIT - 5

15

15

UNIT - 6

15

15

2

PAEDIATRICS (100)

3

UNIT - 1

40

UNIT - 2

30

UNIT - 3

30

3

CHEST & TB (30)

1

UNIT - 1

15

15

4

DVL (40)

1

UNIT - 1

20

20

5

PSYCHIATRY (30)

1

UNIT - 1

18

12

 

SURGERY & ALLIED (BEDS: 300 -  UNITS: 10)

S. No. WARDS No. OF UNITS MALE FEMALE

6

GENERAL SURGERY (150)

5

UNIT - 1

15

15

UNIT - 2

15

15

UNIT - 3

15

15

UNIT - 4

15

15

UNIT - 5

15

15

7

ORTHOPAEDICS (90)

3

UNIT - 1

20

10

UNIT - 2

20

10

UNIT - 3

20

10

8

OPHTHALMOLOGY (30)

1

UNIT - 1

20

10

9

ENT (30)

1

UNIT - 1

20

10

 

OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY (BEDS: 130 - UNITS: 4)

S. No. WARDS No. OF UNITS DISTRIBUTION

10

OBSTETRICS (70)
POSTNATAL : 15+10+10+10
ANTENATAL : 10+5+5+5

4

UNIT - 1

25

UNIT - 2

15

UNIT - 3

15

UNIT - 4

15

11

GYNAECOLOGY (60)

4

UNIT - 1

15

UNIT - 2

15

UNIT - 3

15

UNIT - 4

15

 

WARDS BED STRENGTH

GENERAL MEDICINE

180

PAEDIATRICS

100

TB & CHEST

30

D V L

40

PSYCHIATRY

30

GENERAL SURGERY

150

ORTHOPAEDICS

90

OPHTHALMOLOGY

30

E N T

30

OBSTETRICS

70

GYNAECOLOGY

60

TOTAL TEACHING BEDS

810

 

TRANSITORY BED STRENGTH

CASUALTY

25

SICU

6

OBICU

5

BURNS

5

ICU

6

ICCU

6

RICU

6

PICU

6

NICU

6

POST ANAESTHETIC

10

PRE ANAESTHETIC

8

POST OPERATIVE

10

DIALYSIS

11

TOTAL NON TEACHING BEDS

110