The department of Anaesthesiology is equipped to provide anesthesia to patient with diverse spectrum of disorders. The department caters to various specialties like General Surgery, Orthopedics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Plastic and micro-vascular surgery, Neurosurgery and Pediatric Surgery.
The department of Anatomy teaches Anatomy and Genetics to medical students, BSc Nursing students and runs a MD (Anatomy) programme. The department has a well-established cytogenetic laboratory with an expert geneticist and trained technical staff for cytogenetic investigations and genetic counselling.
Chest Medicine Department is providing diagnostic and curative service to patients suffering from various respiratory diseases i.e. tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, COPD and interstitial lung diseases etc. Indoor facility of 20 beds is available for both male and female patients.
The mission of Department is to create a model for decentralized community health care delivery, to network with other organizations, to conduct and promote research on priority health problems and to develop doctors with a service orientation towards underprivileged communities.
The Department of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy (Skin & VD), MGIMS, Sevagram became an independent department in July 2003. Earlier it was one of the units under Department of Medicine. The Department is the first of its kind in Vidarbha.
Besides carrying out routine post mortems, the department runs a clinical toxicology laboratory that detects the chemical compound in body fluids in patients admitted with deliberate or accidental poisoning.
JBTDRC is an advanced centre for Tropical Disease Research established in 1994 at MGIMS Sevagram to expand the Institute’s ongoing research programmes in tropical diseases such as filariasis and tuberculosis prevalent in this region.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGY) believes in providing quality services with a humane
touch to all the rural and urban women visiting the outdoor and indoor sections. It has 90 teaching beds and 60
The Department of Ophthalmology has the mission to combat eye disease and to reduce the prevalence of
blindness through a scientific approach by providing equitable, excellent and efficient eye care to the people and training to medical students, residents and specialists.