The Emergency department is very high-pressure, fast-paced specialty that has diversity team with broad base of medical knowledge and a variety of well-honed clinical and technical skills.
The department focuses on the recognition, evaluation and care of patients who are acutely ill or injured.
It is staffed by a team of emergency physicians, Nurses and Specialist who attend to patient as required they work together and treat patients of all ages and a nearly infinite variety of conditions and degrees of illness – often before a definite diagnosis is made and within time-restricted circumstances. The approach to treatment in the emergency department can vary dramatically from case to case, even for the same medical condition, depending on whether it’s a pediatric patient versus a geriatric patient and in between.
They often deal with critical and trauma patient from disaster or Accident and have to work efficiently with in minutes, as that can be the difference between life and death for the patient.
The department is divided in to the the general ER with 9 beds and Pediatric ER with 4 beds and on average they see about 40 to 60 patient per day
The emergency department works 24/7 round the year 365 days
The department has emergency physician with teams of 6 competent nursing staff who use highly developed clinical reasoning skills to care for patients with acute and often undifferentiated medical problems, frequently before complete clinical or diagnostic information is available.