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Manpower Planning

Personnel management is productive exploitation of manpower resources. This is also termed as


‘Manpower Management’. Manpower Management is choosing the proper type of people as and
when required. It also takes into account the upgrading in existing people. Manpower
Management starts with manpower planning. Every manager in an organization is a personnel
man, dealing with people.

Definition and importance of manpower Planning:

Planning is nothing but using the available assets for the effective implementation of the
production plans. After the preparing the plans, people are grouped together to achieve
organizational objectives.
Planning is concerned with coordinating, motivating and controlling of the various activities
within the organization. Time required for acquiring the material, capital and machinery should
be taken into account. Manager has to reasonably predict future events and plan out the
production. The basic purpose of the management is to increase the production, so that the
profit margin can be increased. Manager has to guess the future business and to take timely and
correct decisions in respect of company objectives, policies and cost performances. The plans
need to be supported by all the members of the organization. Planning is making a decision in
advance what is to be done. It is the willpower of course of action to achieve the desired results.
It is a kind of future picture where events are sketched. It can be defined as a mental process
requiring the use of intellectual faculty, imagination, foresight and sound judgment.
It involves problem solving and decision making. Management has to prepare for short term
strategy and measure the achievements, while the long term plans are prepared to develop the
better and new products, services, expansion to keep the interest of the owners.

Advantages of manpower planning:


Manpower planning ensures optimum use of available human resources.
1. It is useful both for organization and nation.
2. It generates facilities to educate people in the organization.
3. It brings about fast economic developments.
4. It boosts the geographical mobility of labor.
5. It provides smooth working even after expansion of the organization.
6. It opens possibility for workers for future promotions, thus providing incentive.
7. It creates healthy atmosphere of encouragement and motivation in the
organization.
8. Training becomes effective.
9. It provides help for career development of the employees.

Steps in Manpower planning


1. Predict manpower plans
2. Design job description and the job requirements
3. Find adequate sources of recruitment.
4. Give boost to youngsters by appointment to higher posts.
5. Best motivation for internal promotion.
6. Look after the expected losses due to retirement, transfer and other issues.
7. See for replacement due to accident, death, dismissals and promotion.

Factors which affect the efficiency of labor:


1. Inheritance: Persons from good collection are bound to work professionally. The quality and
rate of physical as well as mental development, which is dissimilar in case of different
individuals is the result of genetic differences.
2. Climate: Climatic location has a definite effect on the efficiency of the workers.
3. Health of worker: worker’s physical condition plays a very important part in performing the
work. Good health means the sound mind, in the sound body.
4. General and technical education: education provides a definite impact n the working ability
and efficiency of the worker.
5. Personal qualities: persons with dissimilar personal qualities bound to have definite
differences in their behaviour and methods of working. The personal qualities influence the
quality of work.
6. Wages: proper wages guarantees certain reasons in standard of living, such as cheerfulness,
discipline etc. and keep workers satisfy. This provides incentive to work.
7. Hours of work: long and tiring hours of work exercise have bad effect on the competence of
the workers.

Downsizing of manpower:
Downsizing of manpower gives the correct picture about the number of people to be employed to
complete given task in the predetermined period. It is used for achieving fundamental growth in
the concern. It can work out the correct price by the resource building or capacity building. It
aims at correct place, correct man on a correct job.
Thus manpower planning is must to make the optimum utilization of the greatest resource
available i.e. manpower for the success of any organization.

According To Hospital: ( Following is an Example)

Planning manpower, outsourcing key to boost profitability

In a typical hospital set up, expenditure on salary amounts to roughly 25-30 per cent of total
income or 30-35 per cent of total expenditure. This is not healthy statistics, say experts. Most
hospitals are believed to operate with excess manpower. As competition increases and margins
come under pressure, hospitals tomorrow will have no option but to rationalise manpower,
which, in other words, would mean downsizing.

Most times, downsizing has led to further chaos, mainly because of improper manpower
planning. Health-care consultants stress on a multi-skilled workforce to carry multiple tasks in
order to maintain optimum employee per bed ratio, a key to boost and sustain profits.

To achieve this, manpower planning becomes crucial. But, such tasks are rarely undertaken in
hospitals, say experts. Most hospitals operate on excess man power, says Dr K C Ojha,
managing director, Hospic, Mumbai-based Hospital Consultancy Firm. “Ideally, employee to
bed ratio should be 3 per bed,” he says. Three persons per bed could be a little stingy, say some,
who find 4-5 persons per bed more acceptable.

Factors affecting Manpower


The type of hospital, the set-up and even the structure of the building counts when it comes to
manpower allocation.

Specialty: The number of employees depends not on the size of hospital but more on its
speciality, say experts. “Ideally for multi-speciality and super speciality hospitals the ratio of
bed to employee should be around 1:6. This is an ideal situation and is practiced in developed
countries as mandatory requisition,” says Dr C P Kamle, international associate ofAmerican
Institute of Medicine and Hans Finne International.

Setup: More classes of wards means more staff. For instance, a deluxe room may have one staff
for just 2 beds since the patients are charged higher and consequently demand better care. In
median class, one employee can look after 6 patients.

Structure: Hinduja Hospi-tal has more staff than other hospitals in Mumbai because the
building is designed to have four separate wings.

A ward boy in one wing may not be able to give his best to all the wings on the same floor. So
the staff increases. Says
Col Rampal, director, HR, Hinduja Hospital, “The solution is to economise without effecting
patient care. For eg, non-core sector like support staff, house keeping can be outsourced. We
have outsourced security and are thinking of outsourcing food
service too.”

Measures to be taken
Audit: Manpower audit, which must be carried out regularly is seldom done. According to Dr
Vivek Desai, MD of Hosmac Consultancy, Mumbai, knowledge among healthcare professionals
on manpower audits is not satisfactory.

Multi-skilling and multi-tasking: Employee per bed ratio can be kept optimum, provided
effective utilisation of manpower is done by creating multi-skilled and multi-tasked personnel.
Explains Dr Ojha, “In any hospital, an ECG technician does the job of just taking the ECG. And
if it is a male technician, he can see only male patients. Most of the times therefore he is left
without work.” The right way he says is to employ female employees or train nurses to carry out
the same for full utilisation of man power.

Giving an example of multi-skilled employee, Dr Ojha says that a peon must have knowledge of
computers, lift operation, vehicle driving and handling patients. He emphasises that even class
IV staff be given training and apprenticeship. Full orientation for computer application must be
given. This will reduced manpower requirement, say experts.

Outsource: Consultants advice that hospitals must explore services which can be outsourced. Dr
Desai says that contracting some services can bring down man power to 4 persons per bed.
Shija Hospital
9 months, 11 days and 21 hours, 3 minutes, 25 seconds ago

IMPHAL, Jan 6: The Shija Hospital and Research Institute (SHRI), Langol, has been
granted the accreditation for Diplomat National Board in general surgery by the
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
A release of the CMD, SHRI said the hospital is the first time a private hospital in the
state is given the accreditation.
With this the hospital would be able to commence a three years Post Graduate DNB
course which is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) from this month, the
release further said.
http://www.cicmanipur.nic.in/HTML/brouch.htm

Shija Hospitals and Research Institute


Private Limited
From the Desk of the Chairman Cum
Managing Director
Dr. Palin
Chairman cum Managing Director

Message

Health is our right. Everybody should get it. The aim of Shija Hospitals and Research
Institute is to provide world class health care to the people of Manipur and its
neighbouring states.

In medical sciences, patients are the "nucleus" around which we revolve. The
expectancy of life has increased manifold in western countries. Thanks to the
modern and ultramodern medical technologies, we the people of India in general and
Manipur in particular have to rethink the global scenario of health care delivery
system to explore ways & means in delivering safe, affordable & latest medical
technology with a human touch. India’s health care sector is growing at a pace of
15% per annum and the region should not be left behind. I believe, it is a difficult job
but not impossible, provided all the related professionals join hands to sort out
hindrances. It is our aim to keep pace with the trend of growth of Medical Science.

I extend my sincere gratitude to the public & patients who have shown their goodwill
& reposed faith on Shija Hospitals since its inception.

Thank you.

Dr. Kh. Palin

The Hospital

Shija Hospitals And Research Institute Pvt. Ltd. is a pioneer private health care
centre in Manipur in providing advanced health care with the motto of "World class
healthcare at the doorstep at an affordable cost". With the support of the people of
Manipur and its neighbouring states Shija Hospitals has been successful, to a great
extent, in bringing highly needed medical technology and know how in the region.

Shija Hospitals began as a consultation chamber with minor


operation facility attached to a pharmacy at Paona Bazar,
Imphal, in June 1985 to provide basic health care. Shifted to
RIMS Road in a building with 9 beds and major operation
facilities, on 3rd October, 1988. Installed laparoscopic surgery
equipment (key-hole surgery) for the first time in Manipur in
April, 1996.

Since then laparoscopic surgery for gall bladder, appendix,


uterus, ovaries, diagnostic are done routinely. Advanced
Laparascopic Surgeries like Hernia, Rectopexy, Highly Selective
Vagotomy, Hiatus Hernia, GJ & Vagotomy, Cysto-Gastrostomy
are done with the most advanced technology thus saving them
from going to far off places to seek medical treatment and
spending prohibitive amount of money. Installed Harmonic
Scalpel, USA, for bloodless surgery for the first time in the
entire Indian Subcontinent on 25 January 1997. More than thousands of operations
have been performed using this revolutionary instrument.

In its revolutionary steps towards treatment of stones, Shija Hospitals installed


ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography) for extracting gall-stones
from CBD and inserting stent on 11th March 2000 for the first time in Manipur and
ESWL (Extracorporeal Short Wave Lithotripsy) on 27th of May 2000 for non-surgical
removal of stones from urinary tract. PCNL, URS and CLT for treatment of Kidney,
Ureter and Bladder stones were started in Feb 2003.

A modern multidisciplinary 200 bedded has materialised. It was inaugurated by our


hon’ble Chief Minister Shri O. Ibobi Singh on 15th September 2003. The first phase,
with three modern fully equipped Operation Theatres, 50 beds and two hundred staff
support the high speed development. The Information System is computerised.

The Location

Shija Hospitals is located at the foot of Langol Hills 3 km away from the city. The
environment around Shija Hospitals is very soothing and peaceful. For transportation
between the city and the hospital, many Jeep-Taxi are plying and pass the hospital
every fifteen minutes. Besides, auto-rickshaws and Tri-cycles are also available.
Shija Hospitals and Research Institute Private
Limited, Langol

The Departments :

Shija Hospitals has the following Departments and facilities :

Out Patient Department

The Out Patient Department complex consist of Consultation rooms for General and
Surgical Gastroenterology, Plastic Surgery, Pediatric, E.N.T., Gynaecology,
Medicine,and Opthalmology.

Department of Pathology

This facility has been setup with state-of- the-art equipment & is manned by an
experienced team of technicians and doctor. All biochemical, hormonal, serological,
haematological & microbiological investigations are available on a 24 hrs basis.

Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences

These facilities consist of Ultrasound diagnostics and X-Ray. Our hospital is equipped
with three highly advanced Ultrasound Machines, three X-Ray machines including a C-
Arm, which can take live video x-ray images.

Department of General, Laparoscopic and Surgical Gastroenterology

Among the various general, laparoscopic and gastroenterological surgeries our


hospital has routinely done Laparoscopic Surgeries such as Cholcystectomy,
Appendectomy, Hernia, Hiatus Hernia, Rectopexy, GJ & Vagotomy, Cystos-Gatrostomy
etc.

Department of NeuroSurgery: This is the latest field of specialised Surgery


introduced at Shija Hospitals
Department of Plastic Surgery

This Department has done many appreciable plastic surgeries such as cleft lip, cleft
palete and other birth deformities routinely. Many successful reimplantation surgeries
for amputed hand and finger has also been done successfully. Among aesthetic
surgeries, Liposuction, Dermabrasion, Face-lifting, Rhinoplasty and Scar revision has
been done successfully.

Department of ENT
This department has done many surgeries such as septoplasty, functional endoscopic
sinus surgeries (FESS), tympanoplasty etc.

Department of Orthopaedic

Our hospital is equipped with highly sophisticated equipments for Orthopaedic


surgeries such as C-Arm, C-Arm compatible Electromatic O.T. Table with Orthopaedic
attachment and other orthopaedic surgery instruments.

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

This department has done many gynaecological surgeries such as Laparoscopic


Ovariotomy and Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis.

Department of Paediatrics

For the support of child health care, our hospital is equipped with baby incubators,
phototherapy for neo-natal jaundice and other paediatrics equipments.

Department of Anesthesia and critical care

This department is responsible for prescribing anesthesia to operating patients and


taking care of critical patients. Many equipments such Oxymetry, Ventilators and
Monitors support the full functioning of the unit.

Department of Ophthalmology

This department has performed surgeries for cataract, IOL insertion etc.

Department of Urology

This is one of latest area our hospital is advancing in. Urology department has
equipment for extracting/breaking stones of Urinary tract. Extra Shock Wave
Lithotripsy (ESWL) is an equipment for removal of stones from urinary tracts by
breaking down the stones into small sand-like particles which then passes with urine.
PCNL, URS and CLT are highly advanced procedures performed at our hospital for
removal of stones from kidney, urinary tracts and bladder.

The Facilities - Clinical :


Radiology and Imaging Science
Ultrasound

Our hospital is equipped with three highly advanced Ultrasound


Machine. Among the various Ultrasonography we perform Whole
Abdomen examination, Upper Abdomen Examination, Lower
Abdomen Examination, KUB (Kidney and Urinary Bladder), Appendix
Area and Gall Bladder Area. We also perform special examinations for Obstetrics and
Gynaecology such as TVS, Folicular Studies and Foetal Well Being.

X-Ray

In the field of X-Ray imaging we are equipped with three


sophisticated X-Ray Machines, viz., We got a portable 100 mA X-Ray
Machine, One 300 mA fixed X-Ray Machine and one live video X-Ray
imaging machine (known as C-Arm). C-Arm is used for hairline
reduction in orthopaedic surgeries, foreign body removal, ERCP,
ESWL, Pacemaker placement, PCNL and URS.

Video-Endoscopy

Endoscopy is the visual inspection of the interior of the body through a small circular
tube containing fiber optics. The endoscope is inserted into an orifice allowing a
surgeon or physician to view internal organs. Sometimes the procedure is simply for
diagnostic purposes and other times the procedure is used for treatment purposes,
such as the removal of a tissue sample or removal of a polyp or tumour. There are
many types of endoscopy.

Upper GI endoscopy is the endoscopic examination of the upper portion of


gastrointestinal tract by endoscope for diagnosing or treating of diseases of this area.
It is a procedure performed by a gastroenterologist, who uses the endoscope to
diagnose and, in some cases, treat problems of the upper digestive system. This
procedure is used to discover problems of swallowing difficulties, bleeding,
indigestion, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, reflux, or chest pain. Upper gastro
intestinal endoscopy is also called esophagogastroduodenoscopy. It is examination of
the upper intestinal tract using a lighted, flexible fiberoptic or video endoscope.

Lower GI (gastrointestinal) endoscopy is the examination of the entire colon of the


rectum and sigmoid colon. In this procedure a flexible tube consisting of thin fibers of
glass and attached to a powerful light source is passed into the lower GI tract for
direct visual observation. Lower GI endoscopy is used to obtain specimens, remove
polyps, diagnose bleeding, inflammation or tumors.

Nasal endoscopy is the examination of the entire nostril using video imaging system.
Nasal Endoscopy is used to diagnose bleeding, inflamation and polyps in the nostril.
ERCP

Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography (ERCP) enables the surgeon to


diagnose diseases in the liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas. In combination
with this process, endoscopic sphinecterotomy can be done for facilitating ductal
stone removal. ERCP is very important for identification of abnormalities in the
pancreatic and biliary ductal system.

ERCP is a valuable tool that is used to diagnose many diseases of the pancreas, bile
duct, liver and gallbladder. Structural abnormalities suspected from symptoms,
physical examination, laboratory tests, or x-rays can be shown in detail and biopsies
of abnormal tissue can be obtained if necessary. ERCP can make the important
distinction between whether jaundice (yellow discoloration of the eyes and skin) is
caused by diseases that are treated medically, such as hepatitis or structural
diseases, such as gallstones, tumors or strictures (obstructing scar tissue), which are
treated surgically or endoscopically. In patients who are not jaundiced but have pain
or laboratory abnormalities suggesting biliary or pancreatic disease, ERCP may also
provide important diagnostic information. ERCP can be used to determine whether or
not surgery is necessary and is helpful in providing the anatomic detail the surgeon
needs to plan an operation when surgery is needed. The information provided by an
ERCP is far more detailed than that provided by standard x-rays or scans. Several
conditions of the biliary or pancreatic ducts can be treated by therapeutic ERCP
techniques that can open the end of the bile duct, extract stones and place stents
(plastic or metal drainage tubes) across obstructed ducts to improve their drainage.

ESWL

ESWL is short form for Extra Corporeal (outside the body) Shock Wave Lithotripsy
(breaking up of stones using sound wave). This procedure breaks up the stones in
kidney and ureters without surgery into fine sand like particles which subsequently
passes out with urine. It is considered to be the most superior, safe, modern, and
scientific procedure of removing stones.
ESWL

PCNL

PCNL (Per Cutaneous Nephro-Lithotomy), involves the removal of large kidney stones
via a small hole made in the abdomen, using telescopic instruments. Conventional
surgery is thus necessitated in few cases only. It requires hospitalisation for a period
of 2 to 4 days at the most.

CLT

CLT is a procedure in which an ureteroscope is passed through urethra upto the


bladder and removes stone with a basket. It requires general anaesthesia and may
require hospital stay for 2 to 4 days. A catheter in the ureter may be needed to aid
urine drainage.

URS

Uretero-Renoscopy (URS) is a procedure in which an ureterscope is passed into the


ureter through urethra right up to the kidneys and removes the stone with a wire
basket. Different types of URS instruments are used like different sizes of rigid
ureteroscope and ‘flexible ureteroscopes’. Depending upon the size of the stone,
different techniques are used for stone removal or disintegration. It requires general
anaesthesia and may require hospital stay for about 4 days. A catheter in the ureter
may be needed to aid urine drainage.

Key Hole Surgery

Among the various Key hole surgeries we are performing Laparoscopy, Thoraicoscopy,
PCNL and Arthroscopy.

The Facilities - Allied Services :-


In-patient care

Shija Hospitals has 60 beds in General Wards, Special and Cabins. Facilities at these
beds differ. However the clinical and nursing care are the same. Each patient is cared
for by a team of well-qualified, experienced and equipped doctors, Nurses and Para-
Medics. Cleanliness in the wards are maintained by the Housekeeping Department.
Clean drinking water and other patients’ food are provided by the Catering
Department. The tariff for the various wards are:

Sl.No Particulars Fare


1 General Wards Rs. 150 per day
2 Semi Cabins Rs. 250 per day
3 Cabins Rs. 300 per day
4 Specials Rs. 500 per day
5 ICU Rs. 600 per day
Paediatric care (Photo
6 Rs. 400 per day
Therapy)
7 Paediatric care (Incubators) Rs. 600 per day
Ambulance Service

Our hospital provides Ambulance service for transporting patient between places in
Manipur. The Ambulance is equipped with emergency equipments such as Oxygen,
Laryngoscopy, BP Instruments and manned by Para-Medics.

The tariff is fixed on the distance covered by the Ambulance per trip. However for
the first 5 Km we charge only Rs. 250 and for every additional one km or part thereof
Rs. 17. Other equipment charges are extra.

Pharmacy

Our hospital has an in-house pharmacy where all medicines and other accessories are
available. It opens 24 hrs a day. In-patients have a facilities to get any medicine and
accessories anytime which are credited the amount to his/her account. The final
payment at the time of discharge from the Hospital will include the pharmacy bill.
There are no service charges.

Hospital Information System

For an effective and efficient service our hospital is equipped with a highly advanced
computer network system. The network stores data about the patient ranging from his
name to his discharged note. At future visit these data can be accessed instantly.

Patient Attendant Rest Room

Patients admitted to our hospital are taken care of by our specially trained nurses.
We allow one person to attend the patient. However, we have made a provision to
provide a separate Rest Room for the patient party to rest.

Lobby

To accommodate more people during patient consultation and OPD hours we arranged
sitting area which can accommodate about 100 persons.

UNIQUE ARMAMENTARIUM :
C-ARM

For Foreign body removal, fracture reduction in Orthopaedic, ERCP, ESWL, Pacemaker
placement.
E.R.C.P

1st installation in Manipur Mar 2000. For diagnosis and treatment Obstructive
Jaundice without surgery.

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY (Key Hole Surgery)

1st Installation in Manipur (May`96). 2 sets backup. Both routine & advanced
surgeries. Less pain, bleeding, scarring & hospital stay. Gold standard treatment for
Gall Bladder Stone. Harmonic Scalpel is used

HARMONIC SCALPEL (For bloodless surgery)

1st Installation in Indian sub-continent (Feb.’97). Cuts & coagulates with ultrasonic
vibration. Latest & better option than LASER or Diathermy

VIDEO ENDOSCOPY

For non-invasive diagnostic and advanced treatment of upper & lower gastro
intestinal tract problems.

ARTHROSCOPY (Key Hole surgery of knee joint)

1st Installation in Manipur(Mar’99). For both minimally-invasive diagnostic &


therapeutic.

FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery)

1st Installation in Manipur(Mar’99). For non-invasive treatment of Chronic Sinusitis,


Nasal Polyps. Better option than the conventional Surgery.

MICROSURGERY

Microsurgery of ear, IOL (Intra Ocular Lens in cataract surgery), nerve repair, free flap
surgeries.

INFRA RED COAGULATOR

For non-operative treatment of piles.

ESWL(Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy)

Non-cutting removal of kidney, ureter & bladder stones. Both ultrasound & X-ray
based. No pain, no bleeding, early return to normal life. Proven better option than
conventional surgery

PCNL(Per Cutaneous Nephro-Lithotomy)


Keyhole Surgery for removal of Stones from Kidney.

URS (Uretero-Renoscopy)

A non-operative removal of stones from urinary tracts and bladder.

ULTRASONIC INSTRUMENT CLEANER

1st installation in NE-India.For meticulous cleaning of surgical instruments.

DIAGNOSTIC SECTION

Pathology, Radiology, Biochemistry, ECG, Ultrasound, ERCP, Laparoscopy.

INCINERATOR

For hospital waste disposal.

AMBULANCE SERVICE

Voyager AC with Emergency Equipment

Shija Hospitals & Research Institute

FOR DETAILS CLICK HERE

OPD CHARGES Rs. 150/-

OPD TIMING

Specially Hospital Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun


RIMS 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800-
Cardiology Off
Road 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100
0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700-
Langol
1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1200
ENT
RIMS 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900-
Off
Road 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700-
General &Gl Langol
1700 1700 1700 1700 1700 1700 1700
Surgery RIMS 0700- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900-
Off
Road 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Obst. & 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800- 0800-
Langol
Gynaecology 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500
0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900-
Langol On Call
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Medicine
RIMS
On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call
Road
0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700-
Neurosurgery Langol off off
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Langol On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call
Nephrology RIMS
On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call
Road
0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900-
Ophthalmology Langol Off Off
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700- 0700-
Langol
Orthopaedic 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500l l500 1500
Surgery RIMS
On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call
Road
RIMS 0930- 0930- 0930- 0930- 0930- 0930-
Off
Paediatrics Road 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Langol On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call On Call
0900- 0900- 0900- 0900- 0900-
Plastic Surgery Langol On Call On Call
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

Phone : Langol (385) 2413163, 2310214,2413005,2310252 Fax : 2412018

RIMS Rd.(385) 2312314, 2310522

For consultation with any doctors by 'on call' system prior appointment is need and to be
confirmed through phone before 1 hr from the appointed time.

Name of Doctors
Sl. Name Qualification Speciality
Dr. S. Samorkanta MBBS, MS, WHO Fellow (Surgery) General and Laparoscopic
1.
Singh U.K. Surgeon
2. Dr. Atul Goswami MBBS, MS, M Ch. (Uro), AIIMS Visiting Urologist
General, Plastic &
3. Dr. Kh. Palin MBBS, MS, FICS, MCh,
Laparoscopic
Dr. Sharad MBBS, MS, DTBS (France), MAA
4. Visiting ENT Surgeon
Maheswari FPRS(USA)
5. Dr. M. Lala MBBS, MS (Ophth) Ophthalmologist
General and Laparoscopic
6. Dr. S. Jugindra MBBS, MS
Surgeon
General and Laparoscopic
7. Dr.T. Sanayaima MBBS, MS
Surgeon
Dr. I. Kunjakeshore
8. MBBS, MS ENT Surgeon

DR. L.
9. MBBS, MS General Surgeon
Krishnamani Singh
Obst Gynae, Laparoscopic
10. Dr. N. Subodha MBBS, MD,DGO
Gynaecologist
MBBS, MD;CC Nutrition
11. Dr. P. Ibomacha Paediatrician
(NIN);PALS(USA)
12. Dr. Suraiya Begum MBBS, MD Pathologist
13. Dr. A. Amujao MBBS, MD Physician
Dr. S.Keranikanta
14. MBBS, MD Radiologist
Singh
15. Dr. Kh.Bonney MBBS, Cert. In Sonography Sonologist
16. Dr. S. Amar Singh MBBS, Cert. In Sonography Sonologist
17. Dr. Sheikholet MBBS Resident Medical Officer
18. Dr. Ch. Ranjuka MBBS Resident Medical Officer
19. Dr. Bhavana MBBS Resident Medical Officer
20. Dr. T. Ranjita MBBS Resident Medical Officer
21. Dr. Mrinalini MBBS Resident Medical Officer
22. Dr. Azin MBBS Resident Medical Officer
23. Dr. Lien MBBS Resident Medical Officer
24. Dr. Asem MBBS Resident Medical Officer
25. Dr. Th. Dinesh MBBS, MD(Anae) Anesthetist
26. Dr. Kh. Vyas MBBS,MS,MCH(Neurosurgery) Neurosurgeon
27. Dr. H. Shantikumar MBBS,MS,(Ortho) Orthopaedic Surgeon
28 Dr. Gangadhor M. MBBS,MS,(ENT) ENT Surgeon
28. Dr. E. Kuladhaja MBBS, MD(Medicine) Physician.

RATES FOR TREATMENT :

Sl. Type of Operation Charges (in Rs.)


Special
OT/Inst/OT
Surg/Anaes/Asst Equipme Others Total
Consumable
nt
1 Key Hole Surgeries
Appendicetomy 5,500.00 5,500.00
3,000.00 - 14,000.00
Cholecystectomy 5,500.00 5,500.00
3,000.00 - 14,000.00
Cystogastrostomy 8,500.00 8,500.00
3,000.00 - 20,000.00
D. U. Perforation Closure 5,500.00 5,500.00
3,000.00 - 14,000.00
Diagnostic 3,500.00 3,500.00
3,000.00 - 10,000.00

Fundoplication 7,000.00 7,000.00 1,000.0


3,000.00 18,000.00
0

Hernia Repair 6,000.00 6,000.00 2,000.0


3,000.00 17,000.00
0
Highly Selective Vagatomy 7,000.00 7,000.00
3,000.00 - 17,000.00
Nephrectomy 9,500.00 9,500.00
6,000.00 - 25,000.00
Partial Gastrectomy 9,500.00 9,500.00
6,000.00 - 25,000.00
Rectopexy 7,500.00 7,500.00
3,000.00 - 18,000.00
Thoracoscopy 8,500.00 8,500.00
3,000.00 - 20,000.00
TV & GJ 11,000.00 11,000.00
3,000.00 - 25,000.00
Ureterolithotomy 8,000.00 8,000.00
4,000.00 - 20,000.00
2 Open General Surgeries
Appendicetomy 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Cholecystectomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Cholecystectomy & CBD
5,500.00 4,500.00
Exploration - - 10,000.00
DU Perforation Closure 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Exploration 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Gastrectomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
GJ & TV 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Hemicolectomy 5,500.00 4,500.00
- - 10,000.00
Splenectomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Hemi Thyroidectomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Partial Thyroidectomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Sub-Total Thyroidectomy 5,400.00 4,000.00
- - 9,400.00
Total Thyroidectomy 5,400.00 4,000.00
- - 9,400.00
3 Urology Surgeries
Open Pylolithotomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Open Nephrolithotomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Open Ureterolithotomy 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Open SPC (GA) 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Open SPC (SA) 4,200.00 3,000.00
- - 7,200.00
Open Nephrectomy GA 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Open Nephrostomy GA 3,800.00 4,000.00
- - 7,800.00
Open Prostatectomy (GA) 4,800.00 4,000.00
- - 8,800.00
Open Prostatectomy (SA) 4,700.00 3,000.00
- - 7,700.00
PCNL 7,500.00 7,500.00
5,000.00 - 20,000.00
URS 7,000.00 7,000.00
4,000.00 - 18,000.00
CLT 4,000.00 4,000.00
2,000.00 - 10,000.00
Extra Corporeal Shock
4
Wave Lithotripsy
First Sitting A 2,500.00 100.00
7,400.00 - 10,000.00
First Sitting B 2,500.00 100.00
5,400.00 - 8,000.00
Subsequent Sitting 500.00 100.00
1,400.00 - 2,000.00
Sl. Type of Operation Charges (in Rs.)
Special
OT/Inst/OT
Surgeon Equipme Others Total
Consumable
nt
5 Infra Red Caugulator
Cervical Erosion/Cervicitis 500.00 200.00
800.00 - 1,500.00
Piles 500.00 200.00
800.00 - 1,500.00
Endoscopy/Therapeutic
6
Endoscopy
OGD 300.00 200.00
300.00 - 800.00
Band Ligation 4,000.00 1,000.00
4,000.00 - 9,000.00
Sclerotherapy :
2,500.00
Oesophageal varices - to
- -
3,000.00
2,500.00
Bleeding duodenal ulcer - to
- -
3,000.00
1,400.00
Oeso-Foreign body removal - to
- -
2,000.00
Colonoscopy 1,100.00 800.00
1,100.00 - 3,000.00
Colonic Polyectomy 1,750.00 1,000.00
1,750.00 - 4,500.00
Balloon dilation of
1,100.00 800.00
Oesophagus 1,100.00 - 3,000.00
Cost of Stent + 6,000 for
Metal Stenting for Ca
Surgeon+OT+Eqpn &
Oesophagus
Other Charges
ERCP
Diagnostic 4,000.00 1,000.00
4,000.00 - 9,000.00

ERCP Stent placement 4,000.00 1,000.00 5,000.0


4,000.00 14,000.00
0

ERCP Papaillotomy 4,000.00 1,000.00 3,000.0


4,000.00 12,000.00
0

ERCP Stone extraction 4,000.00 1,000.00 5,000.0


4,000.00 14,000.00
0
7 Reconstructive Surgeries
Cleft Lip 4,900.00 4,000.00
- - 8,900.00
Cleft Pallete 5,500.00 4,500.00
- - 10,000.00
Depends on the area
Reimplantation (Please enquire at
shija@doctor.com)

Free Flap Surgery


Congenital deformities
Limb trauma
Cystic Hygroma
8 Aesthetic Surgeries

Liposuction GA 6,900.00 4,000.00 2,000.0


- 12,900.00
0

Dermabrasion GA 4,800.00 4,000.00 2,000.0


- 10,800.00
0
Dermabrasion LA 4,000.00 2,000.00
- - 6,000.00

Rhinoplasty LA 4,000.00 2,000.00 6,000.0


- 12,000.00
0

Rhinoplasty GA 4,800.00 4,000.00 6,000.0


- 14,800.00
0
Depends on the area
Face lifting (Please enquire at
shija@doctor.com)
Eyelid Sugeries 4,000.00 2,000.00
- - 6,000.00
Depends on the area
Scar revision (Please enquire at
shija@doctor.com)
9 ENT Surgeries
Myringoplasty LA 2,500.00 3,000.00
1,000.00 - 6,500.00
Myringoplasty GA 4,300.00 3,500.00
1,000.00 - 8,800.00
Functional Endoscopic
4,300.00 3,500.00
Sinus Surgery GA 1,000.00 - 8,800.00
Septoplasty LA 2,750.00 1,250.00
500.00 - 4,500.00
Septoplasty GA 3,500.00 2,000.00
500.00 - 6,000.00
CAT GA 5,000.00 4,500.00
1,000.00 - 10,500.00
Tonsillectomy 3,300.00 2,200.00
500.00 - 6,000.00
Sl. Type of Operation Charges (in Rs.)
Special
OT/Inst/OT
Surgeon Equipme Others Total
Consumable
nt
Arteriovenous Fistula
10
Construction
AVF - LA 3,000.00 500.00
- - 3,500.00
11 Paediatrics
Phototherapy per day
-
(Paed. Phy extra) - - 400.00 400.00
Incubator per day (Paed.
-
Phy extra) - - 600.00 600.00
12 Delivery
Multi 1,500.00 1,000.00
- - 2,500.00
Primi 1,800.00 1,200.00
- - 3,000.00
Instrumental 1,950.00 1,300.00
- - 3,250.00
13 Gynae Surgeries
Open Gynae
Caesarean Section SA 3,950.00 3,000.00
- - 6,950.00
Caesarean Section GA 4,050.00 4,000.00
- - 8,050.00
Caesarean Section with
4,550.00 4,000.00
sterilisation - - 8,550.00
Abdominal Hysterectomy
4,800.00 3,000.00
SA - - 7,800.00
Abdominal Hysterectomy
4,900.00 4,000.00
GA - - 8,900.00
Vaginal Hysterectomy ±
4,700.00 3,000.00
PFR (SA) - - 7,700.00
Vaginal Hysterectomy ±
4,800.00 4,000.00
PFR (GA) - - 8,800.00
PFR (SA) 4,200.00 3,000.00
- - 7,200.00
PFR (GA) 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Ovariotomy (SA) 4,200.00 3,000.00
- - 7,200.00
Ovariotomy(GA) 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Ectopic (SA) 4,200.00 3,000.00
- - 7,200.00
Ectopic (GA) 4,300.00 4,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Myomectomy SA 4,800.00 3,000.00
- - 7,800.00
Myomectomy GA 4,900.00 4,000.00
- - 8,900.00
Minor-Gynae
D & C Gynaec 600.00 400.00
- - 1,000.00
MTP I Trimester LA 1,200.00 800.00
- - 2,000.00
MTP I Trimester IVK 1,500.00 700.00
- - 2,200.00
MTP II Trimester 3,200.00 800.00
- - 4,000.00
Cervical Biopsy 300.00 200.00
- - 500.00
Endomet. Biopsy 300.00 200.00
- - 500.00
IUCD Insertion 120.00 80.00
- - 200.00
Bartholin`s Cyst Excision -
1,500.00 1,000.00
Ket - - 2,500.00
Laparoscopic Gynae
14
Surgeries
Ovariotomy 4,700.00 9,300.00
- - 14,000.00
Hysterectomy 5,200.00 11,800.00
- - 17,000.00
Mymectomy 5,200.00 10,800.00
- - 16,000.00
Adhesiolysis 4,700.00 9,300.00
- - 14,000.00
Ectopic 4,700.00 9,300.00
- - 14,000.00
Sterilisation 2,800.00 5,200.00
- - 8,000.00
Diagnostic 4,000.00 6,000.00
- - 10,000.00
Sl. Type of Operation Charges (in Rs.)
Special
OT/Inst/OT
Surg/ Anaes/ Asst Equipme Others Total
Consumable
nt
15 Orthopaedic Surgeries
ORIF - SA 4,700.00 3,000.00
- - 7,700.00
ORIF - GA 4,800.00 4,000.00
- 8,800.00
Laminectomy/Discectomy 5,900.00 4,000.00
- - 9,900.00
Arthoscopy - SA 5,300.00 3,000.00
- - 8,300.00
Arthoscopy - GA 5,500.00 3,000.00
- - 8,500.00
Spinal Fusion 2,800.00 600.00
- - 3,400.00
ACL Repair 6,000.00 5,000.00
3,000.00 - 14,000.00
TURP 4,800.00 4,000.00
3,000.00 - 11,800.00
16 EYE
Minor - A Categoty (Without
Anae)
Chalazion 400.00 400.00
- - 800.00
Epilition/Catholysis 400.00 400.00
- - 800.00
Corneal/Palpetral Conj. FTS
400.00 400.00
Removal - - 800.00
I & D for Lid /Lacrimal
400.00 400.00
Abscess - - 800.00
Others 400.00 400.00
- - 800.00
Minor - B Categoty
(WithAnae)
Pterygium 1,000.00 500.00
- - 1,500.00
Dermo. Cyst excision 1,000.00 500.00
- - 1,500.00
Entropin/Ectropin 1,000.00 500.00
- - 1,500.00
Probing & syringing 1,000.00 500.00
- - 1,500.00
Paracentesis/drain of
1,000.00 500.00
AC/FBR from Intra corneal - - 1,500.00
Major
ECCEPPC IOL 3,800.00 2,300.00
1,500.00 - 7,600.00
Phaco 7,000.00 6,000.00
4,000.00 - 17,000.00
SICS with PCIOL 4,900.00 4,000.00
3,100.00 - 12,000.00
Shija Hospitals and Research Institute Private
Limited Langol

Laparoscopic Surgeries

Laparoscopic Surgery is done using a video camera to visualize the abdominal cavity
and narrow instruments to perform the surgery without having to make a large
incision.

Advantages of the Laparoscopic Surgeries over conventional ones are:

Less Scar; Less Administration of Faster recovery;


antibiotics;
Less Post Operative Pain; Less Hospital stay; Less post operative
complications;
Cost effective in working
group;

Among the various Laparoscopic Surgeries our hospital is performing the following
surgeries routinely.

Laparoscopic Cholcystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholcystectomy, popularly known as "Lap-Chole", is an operation for


removal of gall bladder laparoscopically. Four small incisions (as much as half
centimeter) are made and video camera and instruments to cut and hold the gall
bladder are inserted through these small holes. Viewing through the video image the
gall bladder is cut and removed. Lap-Chole operation is regarded as a gold standard
all over the world.

Laparoscopic Appendectomy

This operation is for removal of Appendix. This technique involves making tiny cuts in
the abdomen and inserting a miniature camera and surgical instruments. The surgeon
then removes the appendix with the instruments.

Laparoscopic Hernioplasty

Hernia is a protusion of an organ through an abdominal opening in the muscle wall of


the cavity that sorround it. A hernia may be congenital, may result from the failure of
certain structures to close after birth, or may be acquired later in life because of
obesity, muscular weakness, surgery, or illness. This operation is for repairing such
protusion laparoscopically i.e. by key hole surgery.

Laparoscopic Fundoplication
This is a surgical procedure done for Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). In this
operation the fundus of the stomach which is on the left of the esophagus and main
portion of the stomach is wrapped around the back of the esophagus until it is once
again in front of this structure. The portion of the fundus that is now on the right side
of the esophagus is sutured to the portion on the left side to keep the wrap in place.
The fundoplication resembles a buttoned shirt collar. The collar is the fundus wrap
and the neck represents the esophagus imbricated into the wrap. This has the effect
of creating a one way valve in the esophagus to allow food to pass into the stomach,
but prevent stomach acid from flowing into the esophagus and thus prevent GERD

Laparoscopic Gynaecological Surgeries :-

Laparoscopic Ovariectomy

It is a surgical procedure done for removal of one or both ovaries, performed to


remove a cyst or tumor.

Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis

This surgical procedure is performed to separate adhesion of abdominal anatomic


surfaces

Other Laparoscopic procedure includes surgery for Ectopic Pregnancy, Hysterectomy,


Sterilisation, Myomectomy and Diagnostic.:-

Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is an orthopaedic key hole surgery for diagnosis and repairing of knee
joint.

IRC

IRC stands for Infra Red Coagulator. It is for non-operative treatment of piles. It uses
Infra Red rays to coagulate the bleeding instantly. IRC is also used in Gynaecology for
treatment of Cervical Erosion or Cervicitis. After the procedure Patient can leave.

FESS

Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery is an advanced method for treatment of sinusitis,


nasal polyposis and other nasal problem using video-imaging system.

Tonsillectomy

Excision of tonsils. Commonly done by dissection method. We use Harmonic Scalpel


for bloodless surgery and faster healing.

Tympanoplasty
Tympanoplasty (Tympanon - Drum) is a surgery on the eardrum or ossicles of the
middle ear to restore or improve hearing in patients with conductive hearing loss. The
operation can be for repairing of perforated eardrum, otosclerosis, or dislocation or
necrosis of one of the small bones of the middle ear.

Eye Surgery for cataract

Shija Hospitals is equipped with advanced Eye Surgery equipments enough for
performing a cataract surgery successfully.

Intraocular Lens insertion (IOL)

IOL is an operation for inserting an artificial lens in exchange of the defected natural
lens of Eye. IOL is now a routine operation at Shija Hospitals.