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College of Ayurved, Pune

Hospital


Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune (India). College of Ayurved & Hospital, Dhankawadi, Pune is indispensable component of Ayurved College. It was established on 16th August 1990. This 236 bedded hospital is sited very close to the college building in the scenic campus of Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational complex at Pune – Satara Road.. It is spread over 5886 sq. mt.; It is a spacious four storied well ventilated building, having good basic amenities like stretcher lifts, Casualty, OPD, IPD, Pathology laboratory, Panchkarma unit, operation theaters, labour rooms. Doctors working here are interconnected by the intercoms. LAN facility is an integral part of the hospital.

OPD Facility

OPD Facility

There are 8 separate OPDs that cater to the individualistic needs of the patients. Each of these OPDs are complete with the latest equipments to meet the requirements of patients. These are run by
  • Kayachikitsa
  • Panchakarma
  • Shalya
  • Shalakya Tantra
  • (a) Netra Roga Vibhag
    (b)Karna- Nasa- Mukha evum Danta Roga Vibhag
  • Prasuti Tantra & Stri rog
  • Kaumarbhritya Tantra
  • Swasthavritta
  • Agadtantra
  • Aatyayika (Casualty)

Special OPDs

Special OPDs

  • Skin OPD
  • RNTCP-DOTS OPD
  • Swarnaprashana OPD

IPD Facility

IPD Facility

The 236 beds of the hospital have been distributed on the basis of the terms and norms laid down by the CCIM amongst the 8 departments i.e. Kayachikitsa, Panchakarma, Shalyatantra, Shalakyatantra, Prasuti Tantra & Stri rog, Kaumarbhritya Tantra, Agadtantra, Swasthavritta. All IPDs have well ventilated wards, nursing station and dispensing units. The IPDs are fully equipped with Ayurvedic and latest advanced devices and instruments that help in their smooth functioning and assure complete patient care.

Panchakarma Facilities

Panchakarma Facilities

'Panchakarma' is the field to which the whole world looks with interest. Special Panchakarma unit is developed in hospital where students get direct experience of Panchakarma Procedures. Panchakarma means five standard therapeutic procedures like Vaman,Virechan, Basti,Nasya and Raktamokshana. It is a special kind of treatment mentioned in Ayurvedic classics for prevention as well as cure. Patients suffering from various diseases are treated here by scientific administration of Panchakarma. Promising results are obtained in Sandhigata Vata (Osteoarthritis), Aamavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and skin disorders especially in Psoriasis.

Yoga and Naturopathy facility

Yoga and Naturopathy facility

Yoga is a science, which deals with natural healing. It is a special way of life, which helps to achieve optimal health. The use of yoga as a preventive and curative science has been proved many times. Naturopathy is a science, which deals with health issues in the same manner as that of Yoga and Ayurved.

We have well experienced staff who provide excellent training in traditional Asanas, Pranayam, Mud therapy, Hydrotherapy to patients and healthy individuals.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy means physiotherapeutic system of medicine which includes examination, treatment, advice and instructions to any person preparatory to or for the purpose of or in connection with movement dysfunction, bodily malfunction, physical disorder, disability, healing and pain from trauma and disease, physical and mental conditions using physical agents including exercise, mobilization, manipulation, mechanical and electrotherapy, activity and devices or diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

Ksharakarma & Agnikarma

Ksharakarma & Agnikarma

These are conventional procedures practiced since thousands of years. Ksharakarma is a method of treating surgical diseases by using a special kind of medicated thread (Ksharasutra) . It is practiced for particularly ano-rectal diseases. Agnikarma Chikitsa is a noninvasive technique that gives encouraging result in Vata Vyadhi ( Neurological disorders), sciatica, frozen shoulder, acute and chronic painful condition of joints and soft tissues ,cervical and lumbar Spondylosis, corn, keloid, calcaneal spur etc. and specially in patients where NSAIDS are contraindicated.

Rog Nidan evum Prayogshaliya Parikshan Prayogshala (Clinical laboratory for clinical diagnosis & investigation)

Rog Nidan evum Prayogshaliya Parikshan Prayogshala(Clinical laboratory for clinical diagnosis & investigation)

The Rog Nidan and Vikruti Vigyan Dept. have an 800 sq. ft. well equipped laboratory and conducts the following investigations :
  • Clinical pathology
  • Biochemistry
  • Serology
  • Microbiology
  • Ultrasound
  • X-ray

Operative Facilities

Operative Facilities

The Shalya, Prasuti Tantra & Stri Rog and Shalakya departments make the best use of the four air conditioned operation theatres that are manned by well-trained staff and complete state-of-art equipments. All of four Operation Theatres are spacious so that good number of students can observe procedures. A separate allotted C-arm image intensifier bearing operation theater is available for uro, ortho & neuro surgery cases. Operative procedures such as Ksharasutra, Agnikarma, Caesarean, Hysterectomy, Tubectomy, Hysterotomy, Cervical Encircalage, Tuboplasty, Dilatation & curettage, Biopsies, Hernia, Appendicectomy, Hydrocele, Plastic Surgery, Malignancies, Urology, Orthopedic & Neuro surgery, Cataract surgery, Squint Correction, Pterygium Surgery, Dacrocystectomy Tonsillectomy, Tympanoplasty, Mastoidectomy, Septoplasty Auroplasty, Thyroidectomy, Nasal Tip correction, F.E.S.S., various scopys in E.N.T. etc. are regularly performed on a planned basis. Emergencies are efficiently managed through casualties & departments.

Dispensing Facility

Dispensing Facility

All standard Ayurvedic & allopathic medicine prescribed in hospital are dispensed in our dispensing unit. The same are stored in clean, airtight containers in a specious dispensing unit.

Teaching Facilities

Teaching Facilities

There are reasonable number of patients in the OPD and IPD to enable conduction of bedside and OPD clinics. The students get good clinical exposure to partake in operative procedure. They are allowed to assist in minor operative procedures and perform several Panchakrama procedures themselves under the supervision of the staff. They get hands on experience of case taking of the OPD and IPD patients. The P.G. Students are encouraged to handle cases independently under the supervision of faculty and attend all the camps and seminars conducted by the hospital and college.

Contact

Contact:
  Mr. Zahur Shaikh, Public Relation Officer,
  Coordinator - Medical Director, BVMF’s Ayurved Hospital 
  Contact No.1: 9890478666
  Contact No.2: 8149074219 
  Contact No.3: 020-40555600
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