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Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences, Hassan

Department of OBG



The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology offers comprehensive services for the reproductive health and gynaecological needs of women. Every year, approximately 37,000  patients attend the outpatient department. There are 13,000 inpatients and 6500 surgeries. Annually, over 10000 women deliver in this centre. Large proportions of these women have some high risk factor complicating pregnancy

There is a vigorous teaching programme for undergraduatemedical students as well as nursing trainees.The department also accepts observers through the programme offered by the


Aims of the department



  • Delivery of Quality and Safe Patient care services in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  1. Reducing Maternal Morbidity and Mortality and Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality.
  2. Providing quality antenatal care adopting safe delivery practices and quality post-natal services.
  3. Promoting Family Planning and to prevent unwanted pregnancies by providing free and patient-friendly contraceptive methods
  4. Prevention of Gynaecological malignancies by ensuring timely screening and follow-up
  5. To improve quality of life in women suffering from Pelvic organ dysfunction and menstrual disorders


  • Producing competent and skilled Primary care Graduates for the country

By teaching evidence-based theoretical and clinical skills in Obstetrics and Gynecology to MBBS students with the aim to make them deliver primary level care of managing pregnancy and normal delivery safely


  • Conducting Ethical and Quality Research to contribute to the field of Obstetricsand Gynaecology



Teaching Staff






Dr.Sudha T.R


Professor & HOD


Dr. Rajashekar P


Associate Professor


Dr.Girija B.S


Associate Professor


Dr.Nirmal Doreswamy


Associate Professor


Dr.Sridhara S.K


Asst. Professor




Asst. Professor


Dr.Raghupathi K


Asst. Professor


Dr.Nancy Paul


Asst. Professor


Dr.Suma H.R


Senior Resident


Dr Impana


Senior Resident


Dr Suchetha


Senior Resident


Dr Chaitra


Senior Resident


Dr Sahana


Senior Resident


Dr Sushma


Junior  Resident


Dr Anusha


Junior  Resident

Non-Teaching Staff





Mrs Geetha

Lab technician


Mr Ranganatha

Lab Technician


Mrs Nagarathna



Mrs Anitha

Lab Assistant


Mrs Savithramma

Sweeper / Attender














The Department runs daily outpatient clinics for gynaecological
patients  and obstetric patients from 9am to 4pm . Emergency care is available all day and night.


Gynaecological clinic.

The following services are offered

  • Pap smear for screening of the genital tract cancer.
  • Endometrial
    aspiration cytology for screening for uterine cancer
  • Gynecologic
  • Counseling.
  • Colposcopy.

The Infertility Outpatient Clinic

  • Ovulation study
  • Sperm washing
  • Intrauterine insemination.

The Obstetric Outpatient Clinic is held every day from 9 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. The following services are offered at this clinic.

  • Antenatal care
  • Pap smear for screening of the genital tract cancer during pregnancy
  • Ultrasound scan and Doppler for Pregnant women 
  • Blood. testing for hemoglobin, blood group, VDRL, and HIV after counseling

The Family Planning Outpatient Clinic is held every day from 9.00 a.m. to 4p.m..

 The following services are offered at this clinic.

  • Counseling for contraception.
  • Family planning methods like sterilization, intrauterine device insertion,
    condoms, combination contraceptive pills, Depot medroxyprogesterone
    injections etc.
  • Follow-up examination and care for users of contraceptive methods.
  • Medical termination of pregnancy.


The Postnatal Outpatient Clinic is held every day from 9 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. in the
Family Planning Center. The following services are offered at this

  • Postnatal care to mothers.
  • Counseling for contraception.


Menopausal clinic : Services offered between 9am to 4pm

Adolescent  clinic : Services offered between 9am to 4pm

 Participation in National Programs. 

  1. EmOC- Emergency Obstetric care
  2. BEmOC- Basic Emergency Obstetric and new born care

 3.CAC-  Comprehensive Abortion Care

4.PPICUD-  Post Partum Intrauterine contraceptive device 

  1. Laparoscopic Sterilization
  2. STI, RTA Training

7.Tele medicine

  1. MLHP- Mid- Level Health Provider Training
  2. LaQSHA- Labour Room Quality Improvement initiative

10.Nipuna-  Training

  1. NQAS – National Quality Assurance standards




  1. Feasibility of post partum insertion of intrauterine contraceptive device –expanding the use of intrauterine contraceptive device in post partum period- A cross sectional study in developing country, India International Journal of current research and review: Journal is indexed in Scope med, Google scholar 2014; 6 (14) : Page 38-48. Dr.Sudha. T.  Girija. B. S.
  2. Comparison of efficacy & tolerability of Tramadol with Iarnaxicam as Post operative pain management by administering pre-emotively in patients undergoing elective Gynecological Surgery under regional subrachniod block anaesthisia’’ published in International Journal of Biological & Medical Research ;;2013 :4(2). Dr.Girija,Dr. Sahana,Dr.Sudha T.R.

3.Saline infusion sonography v/s Hysteroscopy in evaluation of abnormal uterine Bleeding among Pre menopausal women -A prospective comparative cohort clinical study ; Dr Sudha. T. R, `International Journal of recent trends in science and technology’.. vol 09, issue 3, 2014, 406-4011.

  1. Prospective study of association of uterine atonicity and serum calcium level International Journal of Reproduction , Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2016;5 (7); Page 2221-2223 Premalatha, Raghupathi  Krishnegowda.
  2. Study of effect of sildenafil citrate In pregnant women with intrauterine growth restriction /oligohydramnios International Journal of Reproduction , Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2016;5 (9); Page 3094-3097 Premalatha HL, Raghupathi K, Srinivas L

6.Raju. V. S. Girija. B.S  Comparison of vaginal hysterectomy for nondescent uterus with abdominal hysterectomy  Indian journal of public health research and development 2014;5(1); Page 15-17.


  1. A study of combined surgery in control of atonic PPH during cesarean section and its outcome

Indian journal of public health research and development 2014; 5(1): Page 184-187. Girija. B. S.Raju. V.

8.Dr. Sudha T.R; Role of Tranexamic  Acid in reducing blood loss during and of the Cesarean section -  A randomized  case control study : Journal of medical research and practice, January 2014 Vol-01 Issue 01-04.

9.High dependency Units in Obstertric care-its impact on maternal and perinatal outcome at referral center- cross sectional  study 2014, Dr. Sudha. T.R; International Journal of recent trends in science and technology’. vol 09, issue 3, 2014, 412-413. Indexed journal at index Copernicus,google scholar,Indian health citation index,electronic journal library,max Perutz library,hamburg university,Indian citation Index,UniversitatsBibliothek IJCRR is 4.18


  1. Shivasharan B B1, Dr.Sudha T.R2KAP study on Knowledge, Attitude,  during    COVID-19 pandemic- A community based study in Karnataka:International Journal of Medical Sciences and Advanced Clinical  Research,IJMACR,2020,vol3 issue2: 292-29 indexed in Index Copernicus  ISSN2581-3633. 
  2. Banapurmath sudha.TR et al:Efficacy of vaginal isosorbide mononitrate with misoprostol versus oral mefipristone and misoprostol in induction of second trimester abortions:an RCT at a tertiary hospital: International journal of clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology,ISSN PRINT:2522-6614:vol3:issue6:,2019,299-304 index Copernicus



  1. Dr Nirmala.D, DrSudha TR et al : Prevalence and outcome of maternal nearmiss in a tertiary care centre,a cross sectional study at Hassan, Karnataka,India:  :International journal of clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 2020,ISSN  PRINT:25222020:4(3):209-212 indexed in index Copernicus


  1. Dr. Girija B.S,  evaluation of Objective Structured Clinical Examination(OSCE) versus Conventional Clinical Examination as a FormativeAssessment Tool in OBG, Journal of Research in Medical Education and Ethics, Volume.8, No.2 July 18 , 136-140.


  1. Dr. Girija B.S , Dr. Sudha T,R,;  Ruptured  Rudimentary Horn in Pregnancy at 20 Weeks of gestation- Internal national journal of contemporary surgery, December 2013, Volume 1, No.2 , Page 69-71
  2. Dr. Girija B.S , Dr. Sudha T,R,;   Management of Acute Non puerpera complete uterine inversion , Journal of case reports volume 4, No.1 June 14, Page No.13-16


  1. Dr. Sridhar S.K ; Neural tube defects- Hospital based study in Hassan.- international journal of recent trends in Science & Technology, June2014, 11(2)-198-199


  1. 17. Dr. Sridhar S.K, Dr. Chaitanya Krishnamurthy; Maternal and Perinatal outcome in twin pregnancy – a hospital based study. international journal of recent trends in Science & Technology, July14 – 11(3)-316-319


  1. Dr. Vinod Kumar C.S , Dr. Sudha T.R – Perinatal Risk factors and Microbial profile of Neonatal Septicemia – A Multicentered study – Journal of Obstetric gynecol India , Volume 58, No.1 January 2008, 32-40


  1. Sridhar S.K, -A Comparative analysis of serum lipid profile between normotensive and hypertensive pregnant women – International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, OBG-May 19 Volume 8, (5) 2060-2063.


  1. Nirmala.doreswamy, Dr.Sudha.TR.Banapurmath: Prevalance of Peripartum  hysterectomy  at Tertiary Hospital, Hassan.- A Retrospective Study  Internatonal  journal of clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology  2020,ISSN  PRINT:25222020:4(5):112-116





  1. First LaQshya  certified  labor room in Karnataka State-  2018
  2. World Conference on why mothers day-2017 Kolkata best paper presentation : Dr. Sudha. T. R.
  3. Best Comprehensive  Abortion   Care services Trainer in Karnataka state -2018: Dr. Sudha. T. R.
  4. Best Comprehensive Abortion  Care training centre in  Karnataka state -2019 Award of appreciation  HIMS, OBG Dept
  5. Awards of appreciation for prevention of  HIV & Syphilis from mother to child given by Vivekananda youth moment : -2020      Sudha. T. R.



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