Physical Achievements for the Year 2004-06
1. Extension of Labour
Room: In order to
minimize the problem of overcrowding in the labour room
of the hospital, a new building has been constructed adjoining
to the existing labour room with an approximate cost of
Rs. 55.00 lacs.& and was put to public use in April-
2. Construction of the
Central Collection Lab: Central Collection Lab
was constructed in the OPD block of the hospital to provide
laboratory facilities to the patients at one place. Prior
to the construction of the Central Collection Lab, the patients
had to visit different rooms, situated in the different
parts of the hospital to get their tests done and to collect
the reports, as a result of which the patients were facing
lot of difficulties. The provision of Central Collection
Lab has resulted in streamlining of the laboratory facilities.The
cost expenditure on this account amounted to Rs. 1.95 lacs.
3. Remodeling of the Paediatric
Emergency Ward: The Paediatric Emergency Ward
of the Hospital was very old and required lot of renovation
and remodeling. A composite plan was prepared in consultation
with Pediatricians, Architects and the Engineers. As per
the plan, the remodeling of the ward was carried out with
the addition of the waiting area, consultation room, air
conditioned resuscitation room and new Nursing Station.
4. Closed Circuit Monitoring
of the Gynae Wards: The Labour room and the adjoining
wards of the hospital were put under the surveillance of
Closed Circuit monitoring which resulted in improvement
of patient care in the department.
5. Repair and Renovation
of the Toilet Blocks and the Drainage System:
The toilet blocks in the different patient care areas which
were very old and required extensive repair/renovation were
repaired and remodeled for the benefit of the patients and
6. Patient Information
System: To improve the patient information system,
the different sign boards were displayed in the patient
care areas of the hospital as a result of which, now the
attendants of the patients do not have to roam about tracing
the different sections/ rooms of the hospital.
7. Construction of Nursing
Counters in all the Wards of Hospital:
To improve the working environment of the Staff Nurses,
a Model Nursing Station was constructed in Ward No.1,3,10,11&
17 with the adequate facilities of proper sitting arrangements,
storage of the fluids, other life saving drugs and equipments.
8. Garbage Dumping site:
The garbage generated in the hospital was dumped in open
at the backyard of the hospital which resulted in foul smell
around the hospital and the rag pickers were always seen
sorting out the different articles for recycling. This was
a source of health hazard. A Garbage Dumping site was constructed
and a gate was provided in front to take care of these problems.
9. Implementation of Bio
Medical Waste Management Policies:
The hospital waste was not properly segregated in different
coloured bags and bins which was resulting in mixing of
the infectious with non-infectious waste. A proper segregation
system of Bio Medical Waste Management with provision of
different coloured bins, bags, needle destroying units,
scissors and chemicals for Chemical Treatment was implemented.
10. Writing off of dead stock
items: The dead stock items were lying in the
different patient care areas on roof tops and in the surroundings
of the hospital and had not only occupied the important
rooms which could be used for delivering patient care but
also resulted in damage to the hospital building besides
giving a very shabby look to the hospital. The scrap was
written off and an approximate revenue of Rs. Eight lacs
was generated and deposited in Govt. treasury.
11. Refresher Courses for Nurses
and Para Medical Staff:
In order to update the knowledge and skills of the Staff
members, regular refresher courses are being organized on
topics like Management of Complaints in the hospital, Infection
Control, HIV/AIDS, Safe Transfusion Practices, Art of living,
Yoga,Communication and Leadership, etc.
12. Maintenance of Parks,
Gardens and Fountains: In order to provide better
environment in and around the hospital, several pockets
have been converted into beautiful parks and gardens and
several new plants have been planted.
13. Augmentation and upgradation
of Electric Sub-Station:
The electric Sub-Station of SMGS and CD Hospitals were very
old as a result of which lot of problems were being faced
with regard to voltage fluctuation without any scope of
expansion. The work of augmentation and upgradation of Electric
Sub Station is under process and will be completed very
14. Construction of waiting
hall:- A new waiting
hall is being constructed near the newly constructed Labour
room for the attendants of the patients. The funds to the
tune of Rs.10.00 lacs have been provided by the Hon’ble
Minister of State for Youth Services and Higher Education
from his constituency development fund.
15. Water Storage Tank:-
An underground water storage tank with a capacity of
approximate one lac gallons has been constructed to improve
the water supply in the hospital.
17. Painting and Whitewashing
of the hospital:-
Most of the patient Care areas (Wards/OPDs) have been painted
and whitewashed to give the hospital a better look.
19. Increase in the work
load:- The work
load in the hospital in terms of OPD attendance, Indoor
admissions, number of deliveries and number of operations
is increasing day by day which shows the faith of the public
in the hospital and its facilities. At present, the bed
occupancy in the hospital is more than 125%.
20. Shifting of ENT OPD &
Construction of Audiometry and Speech Pathology Section:-
The ENT OPD has been shifted to new place, thus providing
separate block to the ENT OPD and administration block to
facilitate the patients. An Audiometry and Speech Pathology
Section has been constructed with an estimated cost of Rs.5.16
21. Waiting Hall E.N.T O.P.D
patients:- The patients attending the ENT OPD
of this hospital have to wait for their turn in open area.
During summer and rainy season it was very difficult for
them to wait in open area. To over come this problem, J&K
Bank authorities have been approached and they constructed
a waiting hall and dedicated the same to SMGS Hospital,
Construction and Remodelling of the Entrance Foyer
of SMGS Hospital.
An amount of Rs. 2.93 lacs has been sanctioned by the Hon’ble
M.L.A Sh.Gulchain Singh Charak out of funds available under
Constituency Development Scheme.The Entrance Foyer was inaugurated
by the Honble M.L.A and put to pubic use on 23rd Dec, 2005.
23. Construction of Sulabh
Sauchalaya A sulabh Toilet Complex has been constructed
for the patients visiting the OPD Block within an estimated
cost of Rs. 9.78 Lacs.
Face Lifting of SMGS Hospital An amount
of Rs.9.45 Lacs have bee spent for face lifting of SMGS Hospital,
whereas total estimated cost is Rs. 23.17 Lacs.The work
has almost been finished.
Parking Sheds near Skin OPD. Parking
Sheds near Skin OPD have been constructed for the consultants
Hospital within estimated Cost of Rs.7.30
26. Development of Park near
old defunct toilet block at the entrance of SMGS
: Work has been completed within estimated cost
of Rs. 0.71 Lacs.
27. Repair to E.N.T Theatre:
Repair to ENT theatre by way of plaster in patches,
wood work, wire gauge, glass panes, painting & white
washing etc. was done within estimated cost of 1.02 Lacs.
Repair and Renovation of Blood Bank: The Blood
Bank at SMGS Hospital,
has been repaired and renovated with an estimated cost of
Rs. 7.00 Lacs, for the benefit of general public.
29. Upgradation of Library
and provision of internet facility: The library
at SMGS hospital was upgraded with provision of internet
facility, provision of furniture, books relating to the
deptt. of Paediatrics, Gynae & Obstt. ENT,Dermatology,
journals and other related material for undergraduates,
post graduates, faculty members and other staff members.
The library was inaugurated on 28th of June, 2006.