Emergency Medicine

MES Medical College Hospital was Started in 2002 as the first and only medical college in the district of Malappuram, this hospital has now emerged as one of the region’s largest and most  modern emergency and trauma care facilities

Emergency Medicine department extends state-of-the-art care for more than 50,000 patients every year.

Patients suffering from acute illness or inflicted  with injuries get specialized care here in a reassuring, patient-friendly environment. Over the years this hospital has developed a reputation for treating complex cases especially being a post graduate medical College .

The department is manned by emergency physicians specialized in emergency care with inherent interest in this field. Experienced specialists are available for consultation round the clock.

  • Trained nursing staff resuscitate sick patients according to the ACLS and ATLS protocols.
  • The support staff working in the emergency department are also well trained in Basic Resuscitation Skills.
  • We have a department with separate areas for attending to patients in need of resuscitation, urgent priority, emergent priority and observation .
  • The 30 bedded emergency department is supervised by three full time consultants, ably supported by a team of qualified paramedical staff.
  • Post graduate residents work along with the faculty to manage the patients.
  • The ED is equipped with Cardiac Monitors, Defibrillators with crash carts and ventilators. Exclusive X-ray and CT scan facilities are provided within the ED.
  • The in-house MRI machine provides accurate investigation reports to ensure error free diagnosis.
  • We have round the clock consultants from all major medical and surgical specialties ready to take care of ER patients.

Mobile ICU (ALS ambulance) manned by trained staff is available round the clock. The ambulance staff possess ample exposure and experience in handling the transfer and transport of critical patients from the field and between hospitals.

 publications

2014

Wassim, Jassir,Roney. Magnets in the scrotum- Case Report. National journal of Emergency Medicine 2014 vol 03: issue01, July to September 2014

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