Shri Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary Hospital located in Village Budhera, Gurugram is a 810+ bedded hospital, a constituent hospital of SGT University.
It is a well equipped, multispecialty hospital with the most advanced facilities in this area catering to the needs of rural and urban population around Gurugram. The hospital has experienced consultants in all specialties such as General Medicine, Paediatries, Respiratory Disease, Skin & VD, Physiotherapy, General Surgery, Orthopedics, ENT, Eye, OBS & Gynecology, anaesthesia and Radio Diagnosis.
The hospital has modern infrastructure and provision to provide appropriate care to patients of accident, medical and surgical emergency as well as to provide intensive care to new born children, cardiac and respiration patients. The intensive care unit (ICU) is also provided care to severely burn patients in the burn ICU.
All types of surgeries (conventional as well as laproscopic) are performed at affordable cost by highly experienced and qualified surgeons belonging to various surgical specialties like General surgery, Orthopedics, ENT, Eye and OBS & Gynae in the OT complex which is equipped with latest equipments and has state-of-art infrastructure.
In addition, the hospital has well equipped central diagnostic laboratories as well as Radiodiagnosis department. Both these investigating departments function round the clock and facilitate in-patient care all through the day on nominal charges.
The hospital has all major OPDs running daily. The Operation Theatres are equipped with ventilator, defibrillator multi paramonitors being taken care by full time anesthetists. All types of general surgeries, gynecological surgeries, ENT/Eye surgeries and laboratory tests are being done at reasonable, subsidized charges for the poor people of the region.
In addition to medical services our hospital has 24 hrs emergency and trauma care, ambulance, pharmacy shop and diagnostics services. The hospital is well connected to Gurgaon and other towns around the area.The hospital provides free bus service to the patients for treatment.
- Operation Theatres
- Ambulance facility
- Diagnostic Laboratories
- Medical services
- Emergency & Trauma Care
- Intensive Cororary Care Unit
- ICU (Medical, Surgical, Neonatal, Pediatrics, Respiratory & Burns)
- Blood Bank.
- Pharmacy Store
- Hospital kitchen and Mess facility.
- General Medicine
- TB & Chest
- Skin & VD
- General Surgery
- Clinical Labs
Our Dental OPD is attended by more than 500 patients every day. There is state-of-the-art indoor facility with 9 specialized dental departments wherein basic dental treatments and advanced treatments like minor and major surgeries, complex implant surgeries, trauma and cleft lip & cleft palate cases are performed daily. To cater to maximum patients, the hospital is running 6 buses giving free service to bring patients from 45 – 50 villages. Under Public Health Dentistry, the hospital is providing oral health screening & distributing oral health care devices like toothbrushes, toothpastes and medicines for free in many neighboring villages & schools.
Regular oral screening surveys have been conducted through out the year for the school children (school health program) and other people in villages and schools. The systematic annual program of conducting out-reach oral health services camps have also been a limelight of the college with huge numbers of treatment procedures being conducted for the rural population. The dental camps have concentrated on oral health prevention, promotion and treatment at various places like where our dental teams of staff members, postgraduates and interns are posted. These programs also include oral health education protocols to improve the knowledge about oral health. Specific targeted approach was used to educate school children about their oral health. These kind of activities not only confined to nearby 150 villages but also have reached to distance of 50 km to 100 km from the institute. In the past 3 years from 2010 to 2012 we have organized more than 300 outreach camps and we have screened more than 75000 patients at the camps. They have been provided basic oral health care at the camp sites and advanced treatments at the college.