The Medical Oncology department in the Good
Samaritan is headed by Dr. Subba Rao MD., DM.
Assisted by Dr. Sarathy MBBS,
DrNB, from 50 to 70 patients are visited every day. The hospital provides chemotherapy treatments for 70 to 75 patients daily.
The department undertakes all types of General Surgeries and all kinds of malignant cases in oncology.
The hospital is furnished with the facilities for the administration of radiotherapy treatment for all types of cancers.
The hospital is equipped with the Varian Clinac iX High Energy Linear Accelerator and a Brachytherapy unit for the radiation treatments. At present every day except on Sunday from 50 to 70 cases of Radiotherapy are performed in the Good Samaritan.
The OPD in the Good Samaritan is operative from 08.00 am – 05.00 pm. However, the hospital attends every case that comes outside the OPD time treating them as Emergency Cases, even on Sundays when the OPD is closed.
Diagnostic Department is furnished with some of the essential and modern equipment. The diagnostic department in the Good Samaritan consists of the following.
– Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan
– Ultrasound Scan
– Digital X-Ray
– Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy
– Histopathology Laboratory
– Clinical Laboratory
Emergency service is provided 24 Hours in the Good Samaritan. One Doctor on call and three nurses are available round the clock. An ambulance service is already available in the Good Samaritan for emergencies.
The Department of Nephrology and Dialysis Centre was opened in 2020 in the Good Samaritan to provide comprehensive and benevolent care to the patients of acute and chronic kidney diseases. The hospital has an eminent team of nephrologists, urologists and the technical expertise needed to meet the challenges in conducting multiple life-saving procedures.
The dialysis service driven by an efficient team of nephrologists, nurses, and certified haemodialysis technicians along with registered dieticians, at present is able to attend around 40 patients per day while 18 patients daily are dialysed in three shifts.
A Blood Centre was established in the Good Samaritan Cancer and General Hospital and is fully functional from 2nd February 2012. Through regular blood donation camps in the villages, our blood bank is able to collect the necessary emergency blood.
The latest department added to the Good Samaritan Cancer and General Hospital is the orthopaedic Department offering trauma and Orthopaedic care. The department caters 24 hours accident and Orthopaedic emergency services.
To be the Hospital of first choice for patients and good working environment for doctors and other supporting staff.
To excel in providing the health care needs of our region through qualitative, passionate and compassionate patient care.
To be the hospital of first choice for patients and good working environment for doctors and other supporting staff
To Care and to Cure