Emergency & Trauma Unit

Reasons why Shree Jagannath Hospital & Research Centre's emergency services are so effective: When someone experiences a serious injury or requires emergency surgery, the first thing you do is call an ambulance. But getting to the hospital is not all thats essential to ensure the patients survival and recovery. Whats's needed is constant care during evacuation, exceptional medical expertise, and comprehensive trauma care resources - all available immediately and round the clock. Here's how Shree Jagannath Hospital & Research Centres's emergency and Trauma care services are equipped to deliver all of it and more.

We are a Level 1 trauma facility: Trauma Facility Centres are broadly classified into 5 levels on the basis of the quality of care they offer. Shree Jagannath Hospital & Research Centre is Level 1 Trauma Facility, the highest of all levels, as it has in-house surgical specialists and sub-specialists (surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists) available to treat even the most severe cases.

We stabilize patients through specialized emergency care programmes: After evaluating the nature of an emergency, we treat patients through specialized care programmes. Through quick intervention by our experts, we are able to identify the patient’s condition and immediately begin treatment.

We're equipped to handle any kind of emergency: Our emergency units are assembled in a manner to have experts from various departments work collaboratively on each patient.

Complex Trauma & Industrial Injuries

All accident and trauma cases are treated here with expert hands & comprehensive care.

We offer services including:

• Pelvic and Acetabular Fracture Management

• Bone Transport for Gap Non-union

• Conventional and Ilizarov External Fixators

• Fracture Fixation using Interlocking Nails and Locking Plates

• Limb Lengthening

• Polytrauma

HOME ISOLATION ADVICE FOR COVID PATIENTS: 1.Isolate the patient in a room preferably with washroom facility. 2. Patient to wear three layer surgical masks. 3. Normal diet with protein. No high carbohydrate and protein diet. 4. Drink plenty of warm water/ fruit juices to maintain good hydration. No cold water. 5. Steam inhalation 3-4 times a day. 6. Gargle with warm water 3-4 times a day. 7. Sleep in Prone position (Pet kebal) for two hours each time at least 3-4 times in 24 hours. 8. Practice Pranayam/breathing exercises like blowing of balloons.