Aligarh Muslim University
Source: dna.com

Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, JNMC is a part of Aligarh Muslim University, AMU. So, JNMC offers Out Patient Department Services. The college would resume it for all patients from January 4.

Professor Haris M Khan is the Medical Superintendent. He told about the schedule when the institution would provide the services. He said that these services will be provided to 70 patients daily.

70 PATIENTS ALLOWED TO THE GIVEN DEPARTMENT

OPDs at the ENT department will be open for all days. Pediatrics, Orthopaedic Surgery, Radio-Diagnosis, Dermatology, General Surgery, Medicine, Med/ Follow up, Cardiology-Super specialty, TB Chest, Plastic Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, ANC, Radiotherapy. JNMC would provide all these services for all the days.

For Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Well Baby Clinic would serve 70 patients at JNMC. For Diabetes and Endocrinology, patients can come on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

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JNMC WOULD ALLOW ONLY 30 PATIENTS TO CATER THESE SERVICES

Haris further said that JNMC would provide some services that would cater to 30 patients per day. Some services would be provided for all the days. Those services are Physiotherapy /Workshop, G S Follow Up Clinic, and Anaesthesiology. JNMC would provide some services only on Tuesday and Wednesday.

SCHEDULE OF GRANTING SERVICES DURING WORKING DAYS

For Tuesday, the services are Sports and Arthroscopy-Super specialty, Tumour Clinic-Super specialty. For Wednesday, Arthoplasty Clinic Hip and Knee-Super specialty, Neurology-Super specialty would be available. Patients can come to Pain Clinic and Neurosurgery. They can come at Spine Clinic-Super specialty, on Thursday and Paediatric Ortho Clinic-Super specialty, and Nephrology-Super specialty, on Monday. G S Special OPDs would be available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Moreover, JNMC would provide CTVS on Tuesdays and Fridays.

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JNMC TERMINATED OPD SERVICES DURING PANDEMIC

Healthcare Workers would move towards COVID-19 Management. That is why JNMC terminated OPD services for new and follow-up registrations. Doctors were available for tele-consultancy services to the patients who are undergoing their treatment. Because of these services, patients could sit at home without visiting the clinic frequently. So, when the Central Government would release some restrictions, the college would open OPDs.

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