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The Department of General Surgery provides surgical interventions that focus on the endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, liver, colon, and other major parts of the human body. Some of the common procedures include appendix, gallbladder removals, colonoscopies, thyroidectomies, hernia and bariatric surgeries. The Department also offers proper management to the patients suffering from diseases involving skin, soft-tissue, breast, hernia, and trauma. The department of General Surgery at Green top hospital provides its patients with the services employing cutting-edge surgical care. The department also specializes in Laparoscopic and robotic surgeries (also known as key-hole surgery or minimally invasive surgery), which helps in providing patients with a variety of treatments in the fields of gastroenterology and urology. Using such advanced techniques helps in the speedy recovery of the patients with minimal amount of tissue damage, minimal blood loss, reduced risk of developing infection and hence, minimal pain and discomfort. The general surgery team has its expertise in providing complete patient safety and satisfaction by using all the latest diagnosing and surgical techniques..

Surgical Diagnosis

Unless it is an emergency, you and your physician may discuss surgery as a way to correct your condition upon diagnosis. This decision is based on careful evaluation of your personal medical history and subsequent medical tests, such as blood tests, X-rays, MRI, CT scan, electrocardiogram, or other laboratory work performed to determine the exact diagnosis.

    Types of surgery:

    Depending on the diagnosis, a patient has several surgery options:
  • Optional or elective surgery:
  • A procedure you choose to have, which may not necessarily be essential to continue a good quality of life. An example would be to have an unsightly mole or wart removed.

  • Required surgery:
  • A procedure which needs to be done to ensure quality of life in the future. An example would be having kidney stones removed if other forms of medication and treatments are not working. Required surgery, unlike emergency surgery, does not necessarily have to be done immediately..

  • Urgent or emergency surgery:
  • This type of surgery is done in reaction to an urgent medical condition, such as acute appendicitis.

Purpose of surgery

Surgery, whether elective or required, is done for a multitude of reasons. A patient may have surgery to:

General Surgery Facilities

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surgical emergencies

The department comprising of two separate units has six operation theaters fully equipped with sophisticated instruments to handle any surgical emergencies.

Intensive Care Units

Two Recovery Intensive Care Units with a capacity of 12 beds provide post-surgical care to patients round the clock.

Experienced Surgeons

The top class facilities available in our operating suites are complemented by a dedicated team of highly qualified and experienced surgeons and other support staff to provide the best surgical care to our patients.

Specialty Consultants

Close coordination is maintained with the referring or specialty consultants of the hospital in the pre-operative evaluation and post-operative management of the patient care.

Expert Anesthesia Care

Our Anesthesiology and Critical Care department provides expert anesthesia care for the full spectrum of surgical procedures carried out in the hospital.

CSSD unit

We also have a full fledged CSSD unit that ensures a routine supply of highly sterile medical equipment and consumables to the operation theatre, ICUs and other locations in the hospital.

Doctors

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Walter White

Chief Medical Officer

Sarah Jhonson

Anesthesiologist

William Anderson

Cardiology