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Pharmacy
 
Staff
Mrs. Sweta Kamlesh Shah
Chief Pharmacist Cum Store Officer
Contact Details
Pharmacy Section


Direct : 91-79-2268 8177
Fax : 91-79-2268 5490



 

Services :   

The Pharmacy Wing is functioning in five sections. (i) Main Pharmacy, (ii) Indoor Pharmacy, (iii) Outdoor Pharmacy, (iv) Paediatric Pharmacy and (V) Sanskar Chowk Pharmacy.

Activities :   

About 444 medicines are dispensed from this department. The Pharmacy Computers are linked with all bill collection counters to know the day today availability stock of medicines in pharmacy. Pharmacy services are arranged in such a way that outdoors patients from OPD can collect their medicines (Tablet/capsules) from ground floor Room No.25, which is just near to cash collection counter. Indoor patients (admitted in wards) and Day Care patients (patient on chemotherapy treatment) can collect their medicines from second floor (Indoor pharmacy) near to BMT ward Room No. 210. Paediatric patients are supplied medicines from paediatric pharmacy. From Sanskar Chowk Pharmacy all medicines are supplied to OT, Post Operative, Special Room and Radiotherapy patients. It remains opened on working days as well as on holidays from morning 9.00 am to evening 8.00 pm. Requisition of medicines from various departments and wards are dispensed from Main Store – first floor above Annapurna canteen. Delivery of purchased medicines is accepted at Main Store – first floor above Annapurna Canteen. Number of patients under School Health Programme is markedly increased and all medicines are purchased and supplied to them. Special services are provided to special room patients on priority base. Special services are also provided to patients taking treatment under BMT, advance paid patients as well a s post p a id pa t ient s from va riou s organisation and Central Government employees. Patients under GCS’s adoption scheme and GCS’s Poor Patient Fund are provided free pharmacy services as per rules of the institute. Patients with BPL card and falling under SC/ST category are supplied costly drugs as well as surgical items / ortho surgical items free of cost. To provide better services to patients the pharmacy services hours are extended and remains open from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm.

Silent billing services are started by pharmacy department in the month of November, 2011. Simultaneous work of billing and dispensing of medicines are now performed by pharmacist on each counter of pharmacy. Markedly reduction noted in queue of patients waiting because of silent billing services.


OPD Information

NABH Certified

Accredited for NABH

ISO 15189:2012
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