Department of Community Medicine

Community Medicine Department is committed in providing the environment and resources to support excellence in community orientation and in educating medical students to be community responsive primary care physicians who meet the health care needs of the society and the country, including rural and medically underserved populations. The Community Medicine has a common goal of improving health of the whole community and not just an individual.  The department at SGT University has state-of-the-art facilities for training of undergraduate (UG) and post-graduate (PG) students

Faculty in the department—

Prof . Madhulekha Bhattacharya  (Professor & HOD)

Dr. J S Malik                                  (Professor )

Dr. Vijay Singhal                            (Professor )

Dr.  Ved Pal                                    (Assistant Professor)

Dr. Shubham Sharma                  (Assistant Professor )

Dr. Priyanka Sachdeva                (Assistant Professor )

Dr. Shalini Ray                              (Assistant Professor cum Epidemiologist)

Mr. Sunil Chamola                       (Assistant Professor cum Biostatistician)

The department has full faculty strength as per MCI Guidelines and all the faculty members participate in various conferences and seminars organized at national or international level. The distinguished faculty has published 102 research papers in various national & international journals in last three years.

 In  teaching  & training, the approach is multi-disciplinary  which includes Epidemiology, Basic Clinical sciences, Healthcare Delivery System, Health Management,  Nutrition, Social Sciences and Biostatistics. With these core disciplines, the mission of this department is to develop competencies of the UGs  and the PGs  to be  strong academically, to identify problems  and suggest solutions for successful  delivery of National Health Programmes, to  conduct and promote evidence based  research on priority health problems and to  provide health care to the community.  The department organises workshops and seminars as part of Continuing Medical Education for the doctors.

The department has a Rural Health Training Centre (RHTC), and an Urban Health Training Centre.  The RHTC provides medical care, ANC check up , Immunisation services and diagnostic facilities for pregnancy, diabetes ,malaria etc  all days of the week. Besides this medical teams comprising of PGs, interns and Medical Officer with nurse and pharmacist organise five clinics    a week in villages  to provide  curative, preventive and health awareness services. A total of 130 such satellite clinics have been organized in last one year  in the villages.

The department in association with the Primary Health Centres , Community Health Centres and the District Hospital imparts “hands on” training to the UGs,   interns and the PGs. The UGs and PGs are encouraged to conduct projects and present in conferences.

The UHTC provides comprehensive services to the urban area all days of the week. Not only basic services but specialist services are also provided and has radiology, ECG  Spirometry  and routine diagnostic facilities.  Satellite clinics are organized in urban health centre Sector 37D, Gurgaon for urban slum and adjoining population.

Postgraduates passed out from here are placed as faculty in various medical colleges in India and in international organization like World Health Organisation..

The department has played an important role in creating awareness for COVID—19 in all the villages falling under RHTC and the urban slums under the UHTC. The departmental team is providing support to the districts of Rewari & Mahendergarh as directed  by  the government of Haryana.

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