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DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

FOR

Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai

Grant Medical College & Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals Byculla, Mumbai 400 008

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................ 2 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................. 3 MAP WITH LOCATION OF GMC & JJ .................................................................................................... 4 SATELLITE VIEW OF GMC & JJ .............................................................................................................. 5 LOCATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 6 NEED FOR A DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN .............................................................................. 7 TYPES OF DISASTERS................................................................................................................................ 7 Natural Calamities......................................................................................................................................... 7 Man made disasters ....................................................................................................................................... 7 PRE-DISASTER PLANNING....................................................................................................................... 7 Disaster mitigation ...................................................................................................................................... 7 Disaster preparedness .............................................................................................................................. 8 RISK ASSESSMENT AND VULNERABILITY ANALYS IS .............................................................. 9 EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA CARE SERVICES ............................................................................. 11 Notification of Disaster/ Emergency .................................................................................................... 11 CONTROL ROOM ......................................................................................................................................... 12 Functions of control room ....................................................................................................................... 13 SIGN BOARDS ............................................................................................................................................... 13 ARRIVAL AND TRIAGE.............................................................................................................................. 14 IDENTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION ............................................................................................. 15 REFFERAL PROCESS................................................................................................................................ 15 ACCOMODATION......................................................................................................................................... 16 EQUIPMENTS AND MEDICAL/SURGICAL STORES..................................................................... 17 FLOOR PLAN OF EMERGENCY WARD & CASUALTY ............................................................... 18 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT.................................................................................................................. 19 Duties of the Emergency Staff .............................................................................................................. 19 Training for hospital staff ........................................................................................................................ 27 ANNEXURE: DEPARTMENTAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN ....................................... 31 GENERAL SURGERY............................................................................................................................. 31 ORTHOPAEDICS ..................................................................................................................................... 35 NEUROSURGERY ................................................................................................................................... 38 ANESTHESIOLOGY ................................................................................................................................ 40 PAEDIATRICS ........................................................................................................................................... 44 PEDIATRIC SURGERY.......................................................................................................................... 48 MEDICINE ................................................................................................................................................... 52 ENT WITH HEAD & NECK SURGERY .................................................................................................. 56 PLASTIC SURGERY.................................................................................................................................... 58 CARDIO VASCULAR THROCIC SURGERY ......................................................................................... 60 CARDIOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................. 62 NEPHROLOGY............................................................................................................................................ 64 OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY..................................................................................................... 66 BLOOD BANK.............................................................................................................................................. 68 RADIOLOGY................................................................................................................................................ 72 CHEST DISEASES & TUBERCULOSIS .......................................................................................... 74 PHARMACOLOGY ................................................................................................................................... 76 PATHOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................. 77 FORENSIC .................................................................................................................................................. 81 MICROBIOLOGY........................................................................................................................................ 83 BIOCHEMISTRY.......................................................................................................................................... 87 PREVENTIVE & SOCIAL MEDICINE.................................................................................................... 93 DENTAL ........................................................................................................................................................ 96 PHYSIOLOGY 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INTRODUCTION
Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai is one of the premier medical institutions of India. It ranks among the ten best medical colleges of our country. In 1834, Sir Robert Grant was appointed the Governor of Bombay and he directed his attention to the expediency of establishing a systematic and scientific institution in Bombay city for imparting medical knowledge to the natives of this province. Consequently, this institution was started as a medical school at the Esplanade in Fort area of Bombay in 1835, making it the oldest in India and probably the first on this side of the Nile , first of its kind, for imparting medical knowledge to the natives of this country. In March 1838, Sir Jamshetjee Jeejibhoy donated Rs. One lakh for building new native general hospital at present site. The shifting to the present site and renaming it to Sir Jamshetjee Jeejibhoy Hospital and Grant Medical College occurred in May 1845. Since then it has veritably become a part of the heritage of Mumbai. Its history is an integral part of the History of Medicine in India. It has been in fore front in medical re lief during natural disasters, epidemics, riots, bomb blasts, accidents and other calamities, not only in Maharashtra but also in other parts of our country. The medical relief teams of the institute were first to rush at the time of earthquakes in Latur (1992) and Kutch (2002) and as far as Nicobar Island during Tsunami disaster in 2005. During the 2005 deluge in Mumbai, the institution had done commendable work during Leptospirosis and fever epidemics. Health relief also was carried out during the mass food poisoning (2005) and outbreak of gastroenteritis in 2006.

MAP WITH LOCATION OF GMC & JJ GRANT MEDICAL COLLEGE & SIR J.J.GROUP OF HOSPITALS

SATELLITE VIEW OF GMC & JJ GRANT MEDICAL COLLEGE & SIR J.J.GROUP OF HOSPITALS

LOCATION
Greater Mumbai Metropolitan area or Brihin Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) area is divided in two revenue districts viz Mumbai city District and Mumbai suburban District. Greater Mumbai is entirely urban. Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals is situated in the southern-central part of Greater Mumbai. This is the most populated and congested part of the city. The area around Sir J.J.Group of Hospitals is mainly thickly populated residential area with some industrial zones, very clo se to the Mumbai docks and three major railway tracks, namely Central, Harbor and western railways. There are many old residential buildings around this area and during monsoon there is danger of house collapse. Due to heavy traffic and flyover bridges in vicinity, many road accident cases come to us. On the eastern waterfront of the city, much large storage of petroleum products and many ships carrying hazardous consignments may pose threat of gas and chemical leakage. Mumbai being natural harbor, there is threat of Cyclone along the seacoast. Fortunately there are no major cyclones in past in our region. Last one was in 1982 with out any damage.

NEED FOR A DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN


A disaster is any event causing widespread destruction and distress. Disaster Management is not a new concept in our institution. In past we have managed man made as well as natural disasters with great success. But management of these of emergencies in past were essentially spontaneous acts without any prior organization. However, the recent rise in the incidence of disasters has alerted us regarding the need for a preplanned disaster management plan. This plan will aim at providing effective and timely relief in times of disaster through organized collaboration of various departments and better use of available resources in a planned manner.

TYPES OF DISASTERS
Natural Calamities a. Droughts, Floods, Cyclones, Earthquake, Land slides, Tsunami etc. Man made disasters b. Rail, road, air accidents; Gas, chemical leakage, fires , c. Riots, Epidemics, Mass food poisoning etc.

PRE-DISASTER PLANNING
Pre-disaster planning consists of: 1. Disaster mitigation & 2. Disaster preparedness

Disaster mitigation
Disaster mitigation focuses on the lessening the hazard that causes the disaster and tries to eliminate or drastically reduce its direct effects before it strike. Examples include strengthening buildings to make them cyclone or 7

earthquake resistant. This part of management is usually done by other government and corporation agencies. However we have to do mitigation for our internal emergencies arising with in hospital campus, interrupting hospital services, threatening lives of staff, patients and visitors and some times necessitating mass evacuation. Fire; building collapse, bomb threats, flooding, an explosion, drinking water contamination, food poisoning etc can cause internal disasters.

Disaster preparedness
Disaster preparedness focuses on plans to respond to a disaster threat or occurrence. It takes into account an estimation of emergency needs and identifies the resources to meet these needs. It also involves preparation of well-designed plans to structure the entire post-disaster response and administrative preparedness by way of stocking of supplies, developing planes for rescue and relief.

RISK ASSESSMENT AND VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS


1) Drought: Due to scanty rain fall the underground water level goes down drastically causing acute shortage of water, leading to scarcity of water for human and animal consumption and crop failure. Drought is not a problem in our part of the state as we get our water supply from municipal water supply, coming from reservoirs 2) Floods: The only source of flooding in our area is from heavy rains especially if it coinciding with high tides. The low-lying areas get flooded and this may trigger house collapses, landslides and epidemics of water borne diseases. This may also cause problem of rail, road and air transport and may lead to accidents. 3) Cyclones: Being an island city, the costal areas are prone to gusty winds and cyclonic impacts. Fortunately, in the recent past, there have been no major cyclones in our region. The last cyclone in Mumbai occurred in 1982 and it did not cause any damage. 4) Earthquake: Though Mumbai city comes under the earthquake prone belt, we have not experienced major quakes in recent past. Last major earth quake occurred in 1951, measuring VIII on the scale. During earthquake there is risk of large scale house collapse, collapse of flyover bridges, bursting of dames, reservoirs and major water supplying huge pipes, causing flooding. 5) Tsunami effect: This is a new addition to the list of disasters. This has never occurred before in this part of world. Last year it caused major casualties all over the world. It is associated with an under water earthquake which causes a large mass of sea water to displace. The

resultant enormous tidal waves are then responsible for massive destruction and large number of casualties on the shores. 6) House collapse: This is more frequent type of disaster in our area where we have large number of timber framed old buildings especially in ward A, B and C. 7) Accidents: Modernization of lifestyle and significant progress in transport and communication sector has unfortunately increased the incidence of rail, road as well as air accidents. We can expect major casualties from rail accidents since our hospital is located in proximity to three main railways, namely Central, Harbor and Western railways. 8) Gas leakage: There are numerous factories in this part of the city, manufacturing and storing hazardous gases and chemicals. Leakage of obnoxious gases from these factories can give rise to large-scale damages. 9) Fire: Greater Mumbai is greatly diversified and practically has every type of fire risk. The fire can arise from following sources. ? Large numbers of closely built timber framed buildings . ? ? High rise buildings with inadequate fire fighting facilities . ? ? Commercial ? activities in Kalbadevi, Bhuleshwar,

Bhendibazar, CP tank etc. ? Large storage tanks of petroleum products along P Dmello ? Rd.

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EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA CARE SERVICES Notification of Disaster/ Emergency


? The hospital may be notified of a disaster from various sources like ? o State level Disaster Control room o Directorate Control room o Police o Fire services ? The telephone operator on duty directs the emergency call to Casualty ? Medical Officer on duty. Casualty Medical Officer on duty should identify the person giving the information and then enquire about the nature and magnitude of the emergency, the location, time, possible number of casualties and approximate time of arrival. ? Casualty Medical Officer on duty should immediately inform the RMO ? on duty and senior resident doctors of concerned specialty stationed in emergency ward no. 4, on the ground floor of main hospital building. ? The RMO on duty should cross check with the informing authority and ? try to find out other details regarding the emergency situation and inform Superintendent of the hospital. ? The RMO on duty should station him self at casualty department and ? mobilize transport equipments like wheel chairs, trolleys, call additional CMO if there are large number of victims and help the CMOs in the process of documentation and admission. ? The RMO on duty should also alert other emergency departments like ? Radiology, Clinical Laboratories, Matron, Pharmacist, Supervisor of lift services, Class four supervisor and the Sanitary Inspector so that adequate man power is available like X-ray technicians, lab

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technicians, nurses, lift operators, ward attendants and sweepers. The pharmacist ensures adequate supplies. ? The RMO on duty should also inform and immediately call for security ? personals to provide adequate security in the casualty area. If required, the police should be informed as well. ? The RMO on duty should also inform the Senior RMO. ? ? The Senior RMO is the over all coordinating officer in the casualty ? center.

CONTROL ROOM
Control room is essential to coordinate the disaster management activities. It will function from the present RMO duty room situated on the ground floor of the main hospital building, near the casualty. Senior RMO will be in charge of this control room. This room will function round the clock and hotline connection will be provided. This room will be communicating with control rooms at state level as well as with directorate control room. Statistician from Medical record department will help in compiling the data. This will function under direct supervision of hospital superintendent. A media spoke person may be appointed by the Dean.

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Functions of control room


? Compilation of data regarding of disaster victims. ? o Full, name, age, sex. o Identification Marks. o Address, date & time of admission, registration no. o Ward No., Treating unit, Nature of injury, diagnosis. ? Dissemination of the data to higher authorities a ? ? Media briefing, press notes ? ? Analysis and application of data ? ? Inter-departmental coordination ? ? Reporting to be done as per pre-determined uniform formats. ?

SIGN BOARDS
Signboards should be prepared and placed at appropriate sites in the hospital campus to direct the flow of patients and vehicles, particularly at the entry points. Signboards need to be prepared to indicate evacuation routes in the hospital for internal emergencies.

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ARRIVAL AND TRIAGE


Patients may arrive at the casualty by means of, ambulances and private vehicles. Many patients may already have been classified and stabilized at the emergency site and come with clinical notes and identifications. Triage upon arrival makes it possible to review the severity of the condition. Triage is the process by which victims are sorted according to severity of injury. Immediate attention will have to be paid to the patients who are serious and can be saved. The goal of triage is: ? To select those patients in greatest need of medical attention ? ? To ensure that patients present for treatment only to the appropriate ? forewarned medical specialty as a means of conserving limited personnel and supply resources. The Casualty Medical Officer on duty should do triage primarily and once the patients are transferred to specialty departments, they should be re-triaged by the senior consultants from that specialty. The area of triage upon arrival at the hospital should be the only point of entry for victims of mass casualty. The best triage cla ssification is also the simplest: ? Lightly injured - Green colored flash card or green ribbon ? Lightly injured patients are not disabled and require minimum treatment. ? Seriously injured - Orange colored flash card or orange ribbon ? Seriously injured patients require definitive care but are not urgent need of treatment ? Critically injured - Red colored flash card or red ribbon ? Critically injured patients required rapid, life saving care.

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? Brought dead - White colored flash card or white ribbon ? The usage of tria ge colored flash cards or colored ribbons to classify and identify, whatever the model, will be standardized whenever possible.

IDENTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION


The Medical Record Department has design in advance the documents for identification and registration of the patients who are admitted. Forms for recording data, identification cards and cards for triage should be available. Green, Orange, Red and white flash identification and triage classification cards are standardized for this purpose. The combination of the identification and triage cards is a better option. Registration forms are designed in a way that it collects the required information with out much delay in the admission process.

REFFERAL PROCESS
The CMO on duty, after documentation, directs the patients to different specialty departments for treatment as per the need. Adult patients with injuries should be sent to emergency ward No. 4, situated close to casualty, on the ground floor of main hospital building. In this ward, lecturers and resident doctors from the emergency units on call on that day will asses the patients, re-triaged them. On arrival resuscitation measures are carried out and details should be entered in the indoor case papers. Concerned unit heads are informed immediately. Those adult patients who need medical line of treatment should also send to ward 4 and examined by residents and lecturer from medicine department. After examination, if required, they should be sent to medical wards for admission. No patients should be kept for observation in ward 4 on OPD basis.

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Pediatric age group patients should be sent to pediatric departments with hospital attendants with due care.

ACCOMODATION
During any disaster, it is likely to get large number of patients in a short interval of time. In order to accommodate them, we have a plan for immediate expansion of indoor facilities at a short notice. ? Expansion of indoor space by utilizing all available space in ward 4 ? and adjacent area like verandah on the both sides of ward 4. In this we can accommodate 30 beds in ward 4. ? A ward has been ear marked for expansion of emergency bed strength ? in such situations where we need more than 30 emergency beds on second floor of main hospital building, adjacent to MICU. In this we can admit 28 more cases. ? Discharge those indoor patients who can be discharge ? ? Transfer some indoor cases, already admitted before, to some other ? wards ? Restrict admission to only critically ill patients ? ? For pediatric cases, 60 on pediatric medicine and 20 on pediatric ? surg ery side can be accommodated. Additional beds space is created in the adjacent Child Welfare Center if need arises.

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Accommodation for Staff


Those medical personnel, deputed from outside for medical relief work are be provided accommodation at the old hostel, guest house located in the building No. 5. Those lecturers, who are not having campus accommodation, are to be given accommodation/duty rooms in the 300 residential quarters, BMS quarters and above the CWC. Wardens are informed for this. Matron will make arrangements for accommodation for the nurses coming from outside in the nurses hostels and girls hostel.

EQUIPMENTS AND MEDICAL/SURGICAL STORES


Adequate buffer stock of essential emergency medicines and surgical items like intravenous fluids, dressing materials, splints, suture material, oxygen cylinders, suction apparatus etc is stocked in emergency ward with a preparation of comprehensive list and a regular check is kept on this by duty RMO on daily basis (list attached).

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FLOOR PLAN OF EMERGENCY WARD & CASUALTY (GROUND FLOOR, Main Building)

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MANPOWER MANAGEMENT Duties of the Emergency Staff Telephone operator


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Separate hotline for incoming disaster related calls, minimum ten lines, available on our telephone board .

? On receiving information of disaster, immediately alert the CMO on ? duty. ? Keep himself available for other important communication to other staff ? required ? Important telephone no. of emergency staff is kept ready with the ? operator. ? Give priority to calls related to disaster management. Do not keep the ? telephone busy for other work ? Reply politely to out queries regarding the disaster ?

Casualty Medical Officer on duty


On receiving information of disaster from operator ? Enquire about the nature and magnitude of the emergency, ? ? The location, time, possible number of casualties ? ? Approximate time of arrival of patients. ? ? Inform RMO on duty/ Senior RMO/Superintendent ? ? Inform the on duty lecturers and residents stationed in ward 4. ? On arrival of patients ? Receive the disaster patients ? ? Registration and identification of the patients ?

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? Do primary triage and attach appropriate triage documents. ? ? Refer to respective specialty with adequate for the transport ?

RMO on duty
? On receiving information of disaster he/she should visit CMO office ? immediately ? Should cross check with the informing authority and try to find out other ? details regarding the emergency situation ? Inform medical superintendent and dean ? ? Mobilize for transport equipments like wheel chairs, trolleys ? ? Call additional CMO if there are large number of victims ? ? Help the CMOs in the process of documentation and admission. ? ? Should also alert other emergency departments like Radiology, Clinical ? Laboratories, Matron, Pharmacist, Supervisor of lift services, Class four supervisor and the Sanitary Inspector so that adequate man power is available like X -ray technicians, lab technicians, nurses, lift operators, ward attendants and sweepers ? Inform pharmacist to ensure adequate supplies ? ? The RMO on duty should also inform the senior RMO. ?

Senior RMO
? He should immediately commissioned the Control room in RMO duty ? room ? Inform the superintended of the hospital ? ? Inform the Dean ? ? Inform all Heads of the departments of other departments ? ? Inform blood bank officer on duty ?

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? Follow the instructions of the superiors ?

Resident doctors From Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics


? Receive patients ? ? Inform lecturer on call ? ? Inform unit head ? ? Triaged the patients ? ? Classify the patients as per the need of treatment ? ? Resuscitates the patients ? ? Enter findings in clinical notes ?

Emergency Lecturers on duty From Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics


? Inform the unit head and head of the department ? ? Call additional resident doctors for help ? ? Call additional lecturer for help if needed ? ? Provide organized patient care ? ? Triaged the patients ? ? Resuscitates the patients ? ? Classify the patients as per the need of treatment ? ? Check the clinical findings/ notes of the residents ? ? Enter your findings in clinical notes ? ? Check the treatment given ? ? Give your suggestions/treatment on priority basis ? ? Suggest required minimum investigations ? ? Do not leave the duty area until relieved by other lecturer ?

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From Radiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Blood bank)


? On receiving information of disaster report to the place of work ? ? Informed other staff present about the disaster situation ? ? Call additional staff members and technicians if required ? ? Check for the supplies like chemicals, x ray plates, and blood bottles. ? ? Give utmost priority to disaster victims and their investigations. ? ? Send investigation report as early as possible ? ? Inform head of department of yours ? ? Do not leave the duty area until relieved by other lecturer ?

Sister in charge/ Staff on duty


? Make necessary entries in the register ? ? Keep a list of patients admit ready ? ? Inform Matron/ Night Super ? ? Call for additional nursing staff if required ? ? Provide necessary patient care ? ? Make available necessary items for patient care ? ? Try to make emergency indent from stores ? ? Not to relieve staff unless sufficient alternate arrangement made ?

Matron/Asst. Matron/ Night-Super


? Mobilize additional nursing staff to casualty ? ? Depute one senior sister to assist the nursing staff ? ? Arrange for additional linen, diet, milk for pediatric cases for patients ? ? Inform kitchen for additional supply ?

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Sanitary Inspector
? Mobilize Sanitary Squad ? ? Mobilize Sweepers for Emergency ward. ? ? Mobilize sweepers to carry dead bodies to mortuary ? ? Keep casualty and ward 4 clean. ?

Class IV Supervisor/ Mukadam


? Provide additional ward attendants to emergency ward ? ? To provide additional dressers, call boys. ?

In-charge of Ambulances
? Call all ambulance drivers and ambulance attendants staying in ? campus ? Arrange duties of additional drivers and ambulance attendants ? ? Check the ambulances for stretchers, O2 cylinders etc. ?

Lift Supervisor
? Arrange for additional liftmen ? ? Arrange their duties ? ? Start additional lifts ? ? Put indicators, directions stating which lifts are working. ?

Medical Superintendent
? Over all in charge for disaster management ? ? Coordinate patient care activities ? ? Coordinate administrative activities of CMOs and RMOs. ? ? Establish communications with other peripheral hospitals like St. ? George, G.T.

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? Prepare press notes ? ? Delegate duties of Public Relation to Medical Social Workers by ? rotation. ? Instruct medical and surgical stores for supplies ? ? If required local purchase ? ? Release of office orders for free treatment and investigations of the ? injured ? Display the names of injured persons and in which ward admitted ?

Medical Social Workers


? Establish the information counter near the entrance of main building ? round the clock by rotation. ? Keep a list of patients admitted in various wards ? ? Keep list of patients who were brought dead ? ? Keep a list of patients who are discharged ? ? Try to contact the relatives of the victims ? ? Try to solves social problems of the victims ? ? Make arrangements to look after the childrens accompanying the ? victims. ? Provide food, milk, to these children ? ? Get in touch with NGOs for this ?

Head of Preventive and Social department


? Activate Epidemic cell/ control room in staff room near Deans office ? ? Depute associate Professor for this duty ? ? Depute additional inters if required ? ? Collect required epidemic data and submit to appropriate authorities ?

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Blood bank
? Call additional staff on duty. ? ? Keep adequate blood units in stock ? ? Get additional blood sto ck from other blood banks ? ? Arrange for donation camps with the help of NGOs ?

Forensic department
? Arrangements for carrying out postmortems ? ? Arrange duties of all staff members round the clock ? ? Provide Embalming and cold storage facilities. ?

Contribution of Para clinical and Non-clinical departments


? Depute some staff to clinical departments for additional help. ?

Emergency arrangements for mass Casualties Personnel


? On duty doctors, nurses, technicians, attendants and other staff on ? emergency duty should not leave the place of duty unless relief staff arrives for next duty.

Material
? Emergency medicines and surgical items required for treating 50 ? emergency cases kept in readiness in separate specially labeled storage cupboards in emergency ward. ? Keys of these cupboard should be available with on duty sister or ? staff ? No items from these cupboards should be used for routine cases ? ? These items should be checked periodically for expiry dates ? 25

? Those with expiry in near future should be replaced with fresh stock ? ? List of these should be prepared and available with sister of ward 4 ? ? Sufficient X-ray films should be available with radiology department ?

Space Expansion
? First 30 cases to be accommodated in the emergency ward No.4 ? ? Other cases admitted in ward 4, who are less critical should either ? be discharge or shifted to the wards attached to the treating units ? Additional 30 cases, if come, to be shifted to the vacant ward ? earmarked for this purpose, on second floor of main hospital building, opposite MICU. ? Those patients from regular wards, who can be discharged, should ? discharge to create additional space. ? Well settled, previously admitted patients, should be kept together ? in one ward, irrespective of units, and keep the disaster victims in the remaining vacant wards. ? For further expansion, if need arise, surgical ward No. 18 and ? medicine ward No. 8 can be commissioned.

Initiations
? Emergency control room starts functioning ? ? The list of staff members required for emergency duty with contact ? Nos. is made available in the control room ? All operation theaters are alerted and OT staffs and OT attendants ? are called for duty. ? AC operators of AC plants for OT are instructed for continuous ? working of AC plant

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? Emergency staff members, who are on leave, should be call back, ? canceling their leave. ? No leave to be granted during this period unless it is must ? ? Routine OPD services will be maintained with help from staff ? deputed from para and non-clinical departments ? Admission will be restricted to emergency cases ? ? HODs are requested to draw out detailed plan of duties to be ? assigned to staff members to look after casualty services, emergency services, indoor services and ICUs. ? The duty list should be prepared by HOD and a copy to be sent to ? Dean, Superintended, Control room, duty RMO, duty CMO, Telephone operator ? Superintendent should prepare emergency duty list of RMOs and ? CMOs. ? RMOs and Superintended should take regular rounds of casualties ? and emergency ward ? HODs of clinical departments should arrange for round the clock ? duties of the staff members ? HODs and unit heads should take regular rounds of wards ? ? Information counter should be set up near superintendents office and ? managed by medical social workers

Training for hospital staff ? ?Regular Training to be given to the staff members at the department as well as at the institution level Disaster Mock Drills
Disaster drills to be carried out to check the preparedness of the plan

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LIST OF ITEMS AND EQUIPMENTS KEPT AT EMERGENCY WARD-4 FOR MANAGING DISASTERS FOR 50 CRITICAL VICTIMS OF MASS CASUALTY

Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Item Patients Trolleys, well designed for rapid transport Portable Oxygen cylinders Twin flow meters Endo tracheal tubes all sizes Airways all sizes Laryngoscopes, set of four blades,infant straight type fiber optic laryngoscopes Tracheostomy tubes,7-9.5 sizes Tracheostomy sets of instruments Ambo bags, adults, pediatric sizes Ventilators Ventilator tubings Catheter mount Thermovent Cavafix- central line Jelco- all sizes Venflow - size 18-24 IV sets-Standard Blood sets Micro sets Ryles tubes- sizes 16-20 Foleys Catheters -sizes 12-20 Intercostal drains sizes 28-30 ICD bottles/bags Urine bags Sterile gloves sizes 6.5-7.5 Suction catheters Suction apparatuses Cardiac monitors with defibrillators Multy parameter monitors Syringe infusion pumps Fiber optic laryngoscope Venty masks Nasal prongs Patients fluid warmers Transport ventilators Pressure transducers IV stands Resuscitation bags, Lacradel type- all size masks ECG machine Mobile X-ray unit Cricothyrotomy sets Venesection sets Bedside lamps Breathing circuits -Bain-Jackson Rees

Qty. 10 20 20 10 each size 10 each size 20 02 10 each size 10 20 06 20 20 10 25 50 100 100 100 50 20 each 20 each 10 each 50 50 1000 each 50 06 02 06 06 01 10 06 04 04 04 20 10 01 01 02 10 10 20

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ACTIVATION PLAN Telephone operator

CMO ON DUTY

EMERGENCY DUTY RESIDENTS IN WARD 4

RMO ON DUTY

SISTER IN CHARGE STAFF IN WARD 4

LECTURER ON CALL

SENIOR RMO

NIGHT SUPER

UNIT HEADS

MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT

ASSISTANT MATRON

DEPARTMENT HEADS

DEAN

MATRON

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FLOW OF PATIENTS DURING DISASTER / MASS CASUALTY

CASUALTY
No. 3 (J.J.H)

Pediatric Patients

Adult Patients

Pediatric Surgery
Ward- - 41

Pediatric Medicine
Ward 37, 38, 39

Emergency Ward
Ward 4

Surgical Cases

Orthopedic Cases

Medical Cases

Surgical C.C.U.

Surgical OT Surgical Wards


No. 6, 11, 17, 18 & 19

Ortho. OT Ortho. Wards


No. 13 & 14

M.I.C.U.
No. 42

Medical Wards
No. 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10

Neurosurgery No. 24 & 25

C.V.T.S. No. 21

E.N.T. No. 15

Plastic Surgery No. 35 & 36

Urology No. 11 & 16 30

ANNEXURE: PLAN

DEPARTMENTAL

DISASTER

MANAGEMENT

GENERAL SURGERY
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION Total No. Of beds: 203 No. Of Wards:- 10 (Nos. 4, 6A, 11A,11B, 17A,17 B, 18 A,18 B, 19 A, 19 B ) Situation of Wards:_ Main building of Sir J. J. group of hospitals No. Of operation theaters: Four, Main, emergency, minor and septic OTs. No. of working operation suits/ tables available for routine emergency work: Three ,

One emergency OT table, one minor OT table and one septic OT table
How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty: Two more OT tables in Main OT tables Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims:- 50 beds Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims:
nd rd

25 beds 2 floor of main building in front of MICU, 25 in ward 17, 3 floor of main building
MANPOWER Teaching: 1. Professors:2. Associate Professors 3. Lecturers 4. Residents, JR I, II, III, Non teaching:__ 3, Class III :_____ 1 Class IV : 1. Attendants:_____1 2. Sweepers:______ 1 3 6 7 JR I-11, JR II-14, JR III- 13. Total- 38

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ADDITIONAL STAFF REQUIRED TO MANAGE DISASTER

From other departments(like Non-clinical-Anatomy, Physiology,)to run OPD services. Assoc. Professor:- Six Lecturers :- Six
NAMES, CONTACT NOS. AND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS Sr. No. 1 Name Dr. B. M. Subnis Designatio n Professor & Head Professor Contact No. Mobile 9869057209 Residential No 23646332 Residential Address Avanti, 13 Narayan Dabholkar Rd,Mumbai400006 Bldg.No1,Block.No 4, J.J.Hospital, Mumbai 400008 Bldg.No2Block.No 11, J.J.Hospital, Mumbai 400008 Devneeti, Plot61, Sect7, Koper Khairane, 400709 1, Shivvihar CHS, Pendsenagar, Dombivali-E, 421201 601,Happy Home,Plot3,sect48, Nerul,400706 22, Doctors hostel, St. George hospital Fort

Dr. M. J. Algotar

9892039460

23770178

Dr. M. B. Tayade

Professor

9821043678

23750413

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Dr Girish Bakshi Dr. Ashok Borisa

Asso. Professor Lecturer

9820218198 9820026458

27545685 2454745

Dr. Pravin Tungewar Dr Aftab Shaikh

Lecturer

9324602530

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Lecturer

9819759659

MATERIAL List of existing, in use, equipments for managing disaster, give information in following format LIST OF ITEMS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR MANAGING DISASTERS FOR 50 CRITICAL VICTIMS OF MASS CASUALTY Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Item Patients Trolleys, well designed for rapid transport Portable Oxygen cylinders Twin flow meters Endo tracheal tubes all sizes Airways all sizes Laryngoscopes, set of four blades,infant straight type fiber optic laryngoscopes Tracheostomy tubes,7-9.5 sizes Tracheostomy sets of instruments Ambo bags, adults, pediatric sizes Qty. 10 20 20 10 each size 10 each size 20 02 10 each size 10 20 32

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Ventilators Ventilator tubings Catheter mount Thermovent Cavafix- central line Jelco- all sizes Venflow- size 18-24 IV sets-Standard Blood sets Micro sets Ryles tubes- sizes 16-20 Foleys Catheters -sizes 12-20 Intercostal drains sizes 28-30 ICD bottles/bags Urine bags Sterile gloves sizes 6.5-7.5 Suction catheters Suction apparatuses Cardiac monitors with defibrillators Multy parameter monitors Syringe infusion pumps Fiber optic laryngoscope Venty masks Nasal prongs Patients fluid warmers Transport ventilators Pressure transducers IV stands Resuscitation bags, Lacradel type- all size masks ECG machine Mobile X-ray unit Cricothyrotomy sets Venesection sets Bedside lamps Breathing circuits -Bain-Jackson Rees

06 20 20 10 25 50 100 100 100 50 20 each 20 each 10 each 50 50 1000 each 50 06 02 06 06 01 10 06 04 04 04 20 10 01 01 02 10 10 20

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal officer who can co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name:Dr. M. J. Algotar Designation:- Professor Contact No:- 9892039460, Res. 23770178 Address :- Building No.1, Block No. 4, J J Hospital, Campus, Mumbai 400008. DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER As soon as the information of any disaster or mass casualty received from the hospital authority the surgical lecturer on emergency duty posted in emergency ward No.4, will inform unit head 33

and Dr. M. J. Algotar, Professor of surgery and nodal officer for surgery department in such situations. Unit head will rush to the emergency ward and take the stalk of the situation with the nodal officer. Department head will be informed by Dr. M. J. Algotar. He will also call the additional surgical residents, lecturer and other senior staff members from other units for help, if the need arise, to tackle the initial phase of mass casualty. Measures will be taken to expand the existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during the disaster as mentioned above. Additional operating suits will be commissioned and emergency operations will be carried out. Two, adjacent surgicalunits will be combined and will work as a single unit during such situations, e.g. 17a and 17b units will work as one unit.

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ORTHOPAEDICS
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION:

2 nd Floor, Ortho.Dept. Total No. of beds: No. of Wards: 120. Two Ward s (Ward No.13 & 14)

Situation of Wards: On Second Floor, Main Building. No. of Operation Theaters. No. of Working operation suits/tables available for routine emergency work.: 2 TWO How many additional working operation suits/tables can be commissio ned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty.: 2 TWO Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims.: NO PLACE. Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims.: NO PLACE FOR ADDITIONAL BEDS . ALREADY OVERLOADED PTs. IN WD 13 & 14.
MANPOWER

Teaching 1. 2. 3. 4. Professor Associate professor Lecturers Residents : : : : One One Four JR-I JR-II JR-III

7 Post 7 Post 7 Post

Non Teaching: Class III : 1. Senior Clerk 2. Lab. Technician 3. Medical Social Worker 4. Photographer

: : : :

One One One One


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Class IV : 1. Attendants 2. Sweepers

: Two : One

NAMES, CONTACT NOS. AND A DDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS Sr.No. 1. Name Dr. A. S. Chandanwale Designation Prof. & Head Contact No. 23735555/ Ext. 2262 Address C/O Dr.Ramesh Rao. Flat No.8. Plot No.60 Swami Samarth Apartm Tarun Bharat Society Chakala Andhari (E) Mumbai-400 099. 3/20Trimurti Bld.,4th Floor,Sir J.J.Hospital, Mumbai. Flat no.4, 4th floor, Alandi Appts., Parel Village, Parel, Mumabi-12 Flat no.4, 4th floor, Alandi Appts., Parel Village, Parel, Mum-12 E-16/18, Marol Police Campus, Marol Maroshi Road, Andheri-E, Mumbai59 Flat no.4, 4th floor, Alandi Appts., Parel Village, Parel, Mumabi-12 4,Krishnakamal Mogal Lane, Mahim, Mumbai-400 016.

2.

Dr. S. A. Jagtap

Assoc. Prof.

9869211923

3. 4.

Dr. Sunil Bhosale Dr. Sachin Jadhav

Lecturer Lecturer

9819961634 9820142504

5.

Dr. Shashikant Nawale

Lecturer

9820187749

6.

Dr. Neetin Mahajan

Lecturer

9869029690

7.

Mrs.Uma Nerurkar

Lab Technician

24378663

MATERIAL

List of equipments required for managing disaster, give information in following format.
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 8. 9. Name of the equipment O.T. Table Cautry Accesarry Suction Machine C Arm X-ray Machine Anaesthesia Machine Pulse OX Defigaurd High Speed Sterlizer No. Existing 2 6 5 2 1 4 2 2 1 No. Require 2 4 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 36

10. 11. 12, 13. 14. 15. 16.

Jelco Bivalve Blood Set Micro Set I.V Normal Salin I.V. Ringer lacted I.V. D.N.S.

500 500 200 200 300 200 150

500 500 200 200 500 300 250

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Name Designation Contact No Address

: : : :

Dr. S. A. Jagatp Associate Professor 9869211923 th 3/20, Trimurti Building,4 Floor, Sir J.J. Gr. Of Hospitals, Mumbai-400 008.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER

We will merge all the Teaching Staff & Resident of Orthopaedic Department in one unit in J.J.Hospital. We will form a three teams .Each Team will have Professor/Associate Professor / Lecturer+ Seven Residents to work , Team 1;Emergency Department-will handle all Orthopaedics Emergencies Team 2;OrthopaedicWard- will give perioperative patient care Team 3; Emergency Operation Theatre.- will deal with emergency life saving, limb saving, Fracture stabilization surgeries.

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NEUROSURGERY
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION: No. of Wards; Two, Ward 25(male with 30 beds), Ward 24 (female with 15 beds) Situation of Wards: 4th floor, Main building, North block. No. of operation theatres; one with three operating rooms(one main, one side and one emergency) No. of working operation suits/ tables available for routine emergency work; Two How many additional working operation suits/tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty; one Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster; Nine Location of the space earmarked for creating additional bed to accommodate disaster victims; Ward 25- 6, ward 24- 3. MAN POWER

Teaching
Professor 1 Associate professor 1 Lecturers 3 Residents 3

Non teaching
1. Social worker 1 2. Nursing Staff 32( ward 25- 2 sisters and 3. Ward boy and servants 20 NAMES, CONTACT NO. AND ADDRESSES OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS Sr No. 1 2 3 4 Name D A Palande Vernon Velho Rahul Mally Pranav Ghodgaonkar Designation Professor and HOD Asso. Professor Lecture Lecturer Contact no. 9821671230/ 26054361 9869089669/ 23732917 9892286861 9819757327 Address Flat no.31,Girnar Bldg.Chapel lane santacruz(W) Flat no. 19, Panchsheel bldg. JJH campus Flat no. 2, Panchsheel bldg. JJH campus Room No 640, 300 resident Quarters, JJH campus.

MATERIAL

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List of existing and required equipments for managing disaster


Sr No 1 2 3 4 5 Name of equipment Ventilators Monitors High power suction ICU Beds Crash cart trolley Existing No. 3 0 6 12 4 Required No. 3 6 6 9 2

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Nodal officer who co ordinates the departmental disaster management plan


The intimation of disaster should be given to the Associate professor who is residing in the campus who will act as Nodal officer. In his absence the HOD may be contacted. Name ; Dr Velho Vernon Designation; Associate professor Contact number; 9869089669/23732917 Address : flat no.19, Panchsheel bldg., JJH campus DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER As soon as intimation is received by the nodal officer he will immediately inform the head of the department. Nodal officer on the campus will immediately intimate the lecturers and resident doctors about the disaster and direct them to attend the cases as and when they reach the hospital. He will himself will assess the situation and inform the HOD about the factual position and obtain further directions. The HOD will reach the hospital as soon as possible and take charge of the situation. The lecturers along with the resident doctors will assess the patients and manage them according to the condition. Team of one lecturer and resident will go to the casualty ward to assist board specialty team and also to identify patients requiring neurosurgical management and shift them to operation theatre/ ward/Critical care unit as situation demands. Second team consisting of one lecturer and resident will handle patients who need observation in neurosurgical ward. They will also look after ventilator management of conservatively treated and post operative patients. Third team of one lecturer and resident will operate as per triage. However if situation demands second team in ward will also operate on patients. The associate professor will supervise and help the teams whenever required under guidance and overall supervision of HOD.

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ANESTHESIOLOGY
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION No. of operation theaters : 13 including CT scan, ECTs

MANPOWER Teaching Staff : Professor HOD 1 Professor -1 Associate Professor - 7 Associate Professor CCU -2 (1 Vacant) Lecturer - 13 Exist 9 Vacant 4 JR1 22 JR2 11 JR3 11 CCU SR 1 3 CCU JR3 3 Non Teaching Class III Clerk 1 Class IV Attendant 1 Sweeper - 1 ADDITIONAL STAFF REQUIRED TO MANAGE DISASTER Professor of Anesthesia 1 Associate Professor 1 Lecturers 3 JR3 6 JR2 3 NAME, CONTACT NOS. A ND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS Sr. No. 1 2. Name Dr. G.S. Sarate Dr. S.L. Khond Designation Professor & HOD Professor Contact No. (M) 9892995737 (R) 23771761 (M) 9820892336 (R) 23720384 (M) 9820757441 (R) 23775174 Address Bldg 2/5 J.J. Hospital Campus Mumbai -8. Bldg, No.1, Block-3 J.J. Hospital Campus Mumbai 8. Bldg No 2/9, 4th floor, doctor quarters J.J. 40

3.

Dr. J.A. Solanki

Associate Professor

4.

Dr. K.D. Harnagle

5. 6.

Dr. B.D. Kondwilkar Dr. L. P. Sawant

(reappointed) Associate Professor (reappointed) Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Lecturer

(M) 9820419053 (R) 2375074 (M) 9892475829 (R) 23721511 (M) 9869014066 (R) 24124412 (M) 9820235615 (R) 23887082 (M) 9869624637 (R) 23704710 (M) 9821326579 (R) 22821658 (R) 25035121

Hospital Mumbai -8 2/4, J.J. Hospital Campus Mumbai -8 7/22, Buld. Bhakti, J.J. Hospital Campus, Mumbai 8 Prathmesh Tower, 503/B wing, Mmgs. Marg, Dadar (E). 65, Vijay Chembar, 6th Floor, Tribhuvan Buld., Mumbai 4 3/30, Ctrl. Railway officer Qtrs., Mazgoan. Plot 1001, Nilambari Kuprej telephone exchange, Mumbai - 21 Sofia villa, Plot 10, Bail bazaar, Kale marg, Kurla (w) Dhanwantari Buld No.1 Plot 2, J.J. Hospital Campus, Mumbai 8 Swastik 32, 7th floor, J.J. Hospital Campus, Mumbai 8. Swastik 4/31, J.J. Hospital Campus, Mumbai 8

7.

Dr. B.N. Shah

8. 9.

Dr. V.R. Badole Dr. V.N. Gadre

10.

Dr. S.M. Kolle

1.

Dr. (Miss) C.B. Upasani Dr. Arti Ghorpade Dr. V.N. Gawande (Mohad) Dr. Smruti Shewale

CCU (Department of Anaesthesia) Professor (M) 9820400721

2. 3. 4.

Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor

(M) 9821065029 (M) 9820610428 (R) 23753459

MATERIAL List of equipments required for managing disaster, give information in following format Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Name of the equipment Anesthesia Machine with vaporizers (selerea type) Multi parameter monitors Defibrillator Pulse ox No. Existing No. Require 3 3 3 3

To manage the patients in the postoperative period a 10 bedded CCU would be required. This will be a well equipped multidisplinary unit where thorough postoperative care will be rendered to patients belonging to all specialties this will need additional man power and equipment as under, Manpower for postoperative CCU Sr. No. 41

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Professor of Anesthesia Associate Professor Lecturers in Anesthesia JR3 Nursing Staff Attendants Sweepers Lab Technicians Dressers Physiotherapists

1 2 3 6 6 6 4 4 4

Equipments for postoperative CCU Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Critical Care CCU Ventilators Multiparamonitors Defibrillators X-ray unit USG Machine ABG Analyser CCU beds (Unit of bed railings I/V stands, wheelers) Patient shifting trolleys (Unit of O2 Cylinder bull nose type) Arterial pressure transducers Patient warmers

10 10 2 1 1 1 10 2 10 3

List of Medicine, dressing material, suture material, IV fluids, IV set, etc requirement For managing 100 admissions as mass casualty. Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Name of Drug Adrenaline Atropine Dopamine Dobutamine Sodabicarbonate Potassium chloride Aminophylline Hydrocortisone Dexamethasone Esmolol Atenolol Nifedipine Ketamine Propofol Thiopentone Succinylcholine Norcurone Atracurium Neostigmine Glycopyrrolate Quantity 100 200 100 50 200 100 100 100 100 10-15 10-15 10-15 100 100ml / 50 ml / 20 ml = 100 100 100 200 200 500 100 42

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Isoflurane Halothane Lasix Mannitol Pethidine Phenergan I.V. Fluids 5 % Dextrose Dextrose Saline Ringer Lactate Hemaccel Hetastarch

2 2 100 100 50 50 Quantity 200 200 200 150 150 Quantity 200 (each) 200 200 200 200 100 100

Jelco No. 20,18,16,14 I/V sets Blood sets Bivalves Cavafix Folleys Catheter Urosac bag

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal Officer who can co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name : Dr. G.S. Sarate Designation : Professor and HOD Anesthesiology Contact No. : (M) 9892995737 (R) 23771761 Address : Bldg 2/5 J.J. Hospital Campus Mumbai -8. DEPARTMENT ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER The first call for disaster will be received by lecturer on call. He/She will alert HOD anesthesia and associate professor on call. The HOD anesthesia will mobilise the required team of anesthesiologists. This will include the lecturers, associate professors, and chief residents staying in the campus. Those staying outside will also be immediately alerted and call for duty. Those who have availed leave will be called back immediately by canceling their leave. Subsequently depending on the situation the HOD and professor will put up the rotational duties for associate professor, lecturers and residents anesthesiologists for round the clock services. The AP and lecturer on call for the particular day will co-ordinate with professor and HOD, residents and other departments for smooth working of OTs.

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PAEDIATRICS
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION ?? Total No. of beds: ?? No. of wards ?? Situation of wards: 110 05 Ward No.37,38,39,40,30B, B.J.Building, J.J. Group of Hospital Campus Byculla, Mumbai-400 008.

?? No. of working operation suits/ tables available for routine emergency work: NA ?? How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty: Not applicable . ?? Capacity to expand exiting indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Yes ?? Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: ?? victims: 50

Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster I.P.C.U and Ward No.40.

MANPOWER Teaching: 1. 2. 3. 4. Professors Associate Professor Lecturers Residents: : : : : 03 (Full time -2, Honorary -1) 01 03 JR III II I 03 06 09 02 Social Worker - 1 Stenographer - 1

Non teaching: Class IV 1. Attendants 2. Sweepers

: : : :

12 10

Additional staff required to manage disaster category-wise: Yes Nursing staff : 10 Attendant : 08 Sweeper : 08 NAMES CONTACT NO.S AND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS: Name Designation Unit- I : Monday / Thursday - Ward No.39 I/c Dr. A.D.Rathod Prof. & Head Dr. M.A. Sheikh Asso.Prof. Contact No. Extn. 2239 9820282216 9422101486 Bldg. No.1/15, J.J.Hospital Campus C.W.C.Building, 44

Dr.Ganesh

Lecturer

9821523736

J.J.Hospital Campus R.No.4, C.W.C. Bldg. J.J.Hospital Campus

Unit - II : Wednesday /Saturday Ward No.38 Extn. 2237


Dr. Meena Malkani Dr.Santosh Valvi Hon.Prof. Lect. 9821221865 9819745549 C.W.C.Bldg. R.No. 5 J.J.Hospital Campus

Unit - III : Tuesday /Friday Ward No.37


Dr.S.S.Khadse Dr.Rekha Somshekharan Professor Lecturer

Extn. 2237 9869365762 R.M.O.Quarters, Near Central Canteen, J.J.Hospital Campus 9323974404 Bldg. No.3, J.J.Hospital Campus

MATERIAL List of existing in use equipments for managing disaster, give information in following format:

Sr.N o. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Name of equipments Ventilators ABG Machine Portable USG machine single probe Mobile x-ray machine Multi parameter monitors Pulse Oximeters Infusion pumps - syringe Infusion pumps- drop FiO2 meter Glucometer Oxygen cylinders Oxygen flow meter Suction machine Wheel chair Thermometer electronic Stethoscope Pediatric

No. existing 4 ---6 6 9 9 1 2 14 14 08 06 ---

No. require d 2 1 1 1 2 4 6 6 2 4 12 12 06 06 06 12

List of Medicine, dressing material, suture material, IV fluids, IV sets etc. requirement for managing 100 admissions as mass casualty: Sr. No. Generic name
Board specifications like strength of the drug, Nature of suture, No, size etc.

Qty. required

I 1

INTRAVENOUS FLUIDS DNS

500 bottles 45

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 II 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 III 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6 7 IV 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ringer lactate Isolyte P Normal saline 5% Dextrose Dextran Hetastarch Haemexels EMERGEYCY DRUGS Inj. Adrenalin Inj. Dopamin Inj. Dobutamin Inj. Lignocaine Inj. Digoxine Inj. Atropin Inj. Lasix Inj. Sodabicarbonate Inj. 25% Dextrose Inj. Mannitol Inj. Hydrocortisone Inj. Dexamethasone Inj. C.P.M. Inj. Diazepam Inj. Midazolan Inj. Phenobarbiton Inj. Phenytoin Inj. Propofol Inj. Vancouranium Inj. Calcium Gluconate ANTIMICROBIALS Inj. Ampicilin Inj. Gentamycin Inj. Metrogyl Inj. Cloxacillin Inj. Cefotaxime Inj. Ceftazidime Inj. Ciproflox CONSUMABLES I.V. Set Blood transfusion set Intracath / Jelco Scalp vein set End tracheal tubes with connectors

500 bottles 500 bottles 500 bottles 500 bottles 300 bottles 300 bottles 300 bottles

200 Ampoules 200 ampoules 200 ampoules 50 vials 50 ampoules 200 ampoules 200 ampoules 200 ampoules 200 ampoules 100 bottles 200 vials 200 vials 50 ampoules 25 ampoules 25 ampoules 25 ampoules 25 ampoules 20 ampoules 20 ampoules 200 ampoules

500 vials 500 vials 500 bottles 500 vials 500 vials 200 vials 500 bottles

6.

Ambo bag

No. 24 No.22 No.24 No.22 No.04 No.4.5 No.5 No.5.5 No.6 450 ml

2000 200 500 500 200 200 10 10 10 10 10 06 46

7. 8.

Face Mask Laryngoscope with blade Blade size Oral airway Suction Catheters

9. 10

11

Ryle's Tube

750 ml Pediatric sized Pediatric sized Straight Curved No. 1A No. 1B No. 1C No. 06 No. 08 No. 10 No. 08 No. 10 No. 12 No. 20-22 No. 22-24 Paediatric No. 10 No. 12 No. 14 2ml 5ml 10ml 20ml No. 22 No. 24

12 13 14 15 16 17

Laryngeal Mask Airways Paediatrics Central line - Cavafix Disposable IC Drainage set Foley's Catheters Urosac bag Disposable Syringes

18 19

Disposable Needles Three way canula

06 20 06 06 06 10 10 10 200 200 200 200 200 200 06 20 20 10 20 20 20 50 500 1000 1000 200 200 200 500

DEPARTMENTAL PLANT T O MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal officers who can co-ordinate the departmental disaster management plan: Name Dr. A.D.Rathod Designation Professor & Head Contact No. 9820282216 Address R.No.15, Bldg.No.1 J.J.Hospital compound, Mumbai

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PEDIATRIC SURGERY
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION On the first floor of B J BULIDING Total number of beds: 24 general ward beds + 2 PICU beds + 4 S NICU beds . Number of wards: one general ward, Surgical NICU, Surgical PICU Situation of wards: on the first floor of B J Building. Number of operation theatres: one, located on the first floor at the east end of the ward. Number of working suits/table available for routine emergency work: Three tables for routine and One for emergency work. How many working operation theatres can be commissioned at a short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : Nil Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster: Nil Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: five Location of space earmarke d for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: within the ward. MANPOWER Teaching Professors :( Hon) Dr S B Mane Associate professor: Dr N P Dhende Lecturers: Dr Suyodhan Reddy Dr Shalika Jaiswal Residents: Dr Santosh SR III Dr Ashok SR I Non Teaching : Class III 1) Staff nurses 12 2) Clark 00 Class IV 1. Attendants: 2. Sweepers: 3. Ayabai 06 07 05

ADDITIONAL STAFF REQUIRED TO MANAGE DISASTER Sr No 1 2 Name Surgeons ( MS) Junior residents Designation Medical officers Clinical / para clinical/ Remarks Two per shift of 8 hours Two per 8 hr shifts 48

3 4 5 6 7

Class III Class III Class III Class IV Class IV

nonclinical Nurses Radiographer Clark Attendants Sweepers

4 per 8 hour shift 1 per 8 hour shift One in office hours 4 per shift of 8 hours 2 per shift of 8 hours

NAMES, CONTACT NO.S AND ADDRESSES OF ALL THE STAFF MEMBERS Sr No 1 Name Dr S B Mane Designation (Hon) Prof Contact No.s 9821054957 022-25942090 Address A/203, Arunodaya Tower, S R S road, Kokan Nagar. Bhandup (W), Mumbai Qrt no 16, Trimurti bld, JJ Hospital campus. Byculla, Mumbai Rno 516, NRH. J J HOSPITAL campus. Byculla Mumbai RMO Qrt J J HOSPITAL campus. Byculla Mumbai

Dr N P Dhende

Asso prof

9322104746

Dr Suyodhan

Lecturer

9820514077

Dr Shalika

Lecturer

9867034617

MATERIAL List of equipment required for managing the disaster, give information in the following format. Sr. No 1 2 3 4 5 Name of the equipment Portable X- ray machine Portable USG Intra OP USG Rapid infusers with warmers Fowler bed with orthopedic attachments Fowler bed without orthopedic No.s existing 1 (not working) 0 0 0 0 No.s required 1 1 1 4 2

2 49

7 8

attachments Syringe pumps Fibre optic laryngoscope with intubating facility Fibre optic bronchoscope with grasping forecep channel facility

1 1

List of medicines, dressing material, suture material, IV fluids, IV sets, etc requirement for managing 100 admissions as mass casualty: Sr No Generic name Broad specifications like strength of drug Nature of suture No, size etc 625 mg X 4 for 100 patients 500 mg X 2 for 100 patients 500 mg X 4 for 100 patients 500mg X 2 for 100 patients On cutting Ethilon no.3-0, 4-0, 5-0 Prolene no 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, 6-0 Vicryl 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, 6-0. Catgut 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0 Quantity

1 2 3 4 5

Amox + clav Ceftadizime Ticarcillin Meropenum Sutures

400 vials 200 vials 400 vial 200 vials Ten packs each containing 10 foils of each suture.

Sutures

On round body Vicryl no 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, Prolene no.2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0 Catgut 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0.

Ten packs each containing 10 foils of each suture

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN, TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Name :- Dr Suyodhan Designation :- lecturer Contact No. :- 9820514077 Address:- Room No 516, NRH JJH hospital campus Byculla, Mumbai

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DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER The following protocols have been decided upon 1) Natural calamities like earthquakes, landslides, building collapses and deluge On receiving information from the CMO and/or RMO the entire unit shall remain alert in the campus. The nodal officer and a senior resident will remain in the casuality ward. They will do preliminary assessment and emergency treatment. They will be assisted by the medical, paramedical and non medical personnel in the casuality ward. They will also co ordinate with other departments like radiology, blood bank, orthopedics, neurosurgery and vascular surgery departments. In the ward the surgical patients will undergo respective surgeries. The patients who are kept under observations will be monitored Medico-legal work and documentation will be undertaken by the clerk designated with help of police. Active involvement of social worker will be solicited. 2) Man made disasters. Like bomb blast, fire vehicular accidents the nodal officer and a Senior resident will remain in casuality ward to do the preliminary work. All available working hands in the casuality will be will be suitably used. If required additional hands will be requested for. All minor wounds and burns will be treated in the casuality. If observation is warranted they will be admitted to ward. All burns patients should be admitted to burns ward under plastic surgery. They will be seen by the pediatric surgeons, as per hospital schedule i.e. morning and evening. All the patients requiring surgery or observation are admitted to ward by the nodal officer.

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MEDICINE
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION Total No. of Beds No. of Wards Situation of Wards No. of Operation Theatre No. of working operation suits/tables available for routine emergency work How many additional working operation suits/tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims Manpower Teaching : 1. Professors 2. Associate Professors 3. Lecturers 4. Residents, JR-I, II, III 335 6, 7, 8, 9, 10(Female), 12 (Male), CCU, Ward 42 (MICU) Ward No.7 does not have O2 facility Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

30 beds

Requirement of approximately 30 beds. If need it can be extended to 50 by adjusting unoccupied beds in other medicine wards. Ward 42 (B)

2 2+1(Adhoc) 4 (DSB) JR-I 09 JR-II 06 JR-III 08

Non-teaching
Class III Class-IV 1+1(vacant)=2 1. Attendants : 02 2. Sweepers : NIL Additional staff required to manage 100 casualties category wise : One Ward of 25 patients : 1. Associate Professor : 1 2. Lecturer 2 3. Residents 09 (3 per 8 holy shift) 4. Interns 10 5. Lab. Technicians 03 (1 in each shift ) 6. Sweeper 03 (1 in each shift) 7. Wardboy 06 (2 in each shift) Hence Requirement for 100 casualties 1. Associate Professor 04 2. Lecturer 08 3. Residents 36 4. Interns 40 52

5. Lab.Technicians 6. Sweeper 7. Wardboy

12 12 24

NAMES, CONTACT NOS. AND ADDRESSES OF ALL STAFF MEMBERS : Sr. No. 1 Name Dr.D.R.Mhasde Designation Associate Professor Professor Contact No. 9821865322 Address 3 Krishna Arpana Apt., Near Kalemanivali, Post Office, Kalyan (East). A/8 Shreesahawas, 90 feet Road, Ghatkopar (East), Mumbai. 4/29, Swastik Bldg. J.J. Hospital campus, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008. RMO Quarters, Near Central Canteen, J.J.Hospital campus ,Byculla, Mumbai 400008. 335/5, Ashirwad, 12th Road, Khar (W), Mumbai R.No.5, 300 Resident Doctors Hostel, Sir J.J. Hospital compound, Byculla, Mumbai. Room No.5, 300 Doctors Qrts., Sir J.J.Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai. R.No.-17, 300 Doctors Qrts., Sir J.J. Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008. Tower 101, Seabrease Tower, Nerul, Palm beach Road, Navi Mumbai. Room No.335, 300 Doctors Qrts., Sir J.J.Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai 400008. B/105, Kamrol Coop.Hsg. Soc. Dattanagar, DNC Road, Dombivali (East) Room No.430, 300 Doctors Quarter, J.J.Hospital, Mumbai. 300 Doctors Quarter, J.J.Hospital, Mumbai.

Dr.A.K.Deshpande

9869168886

6 8

Dr.V.S.Nagar Dr.P.V.Patil (Priya Deshpande) Dr.Deepali Sen Dr.Anand Ambore

Associate Professor Assoc.Prof. (Adhoc) Lecturer (DSB) Lecturer (DSB) Gastro. Post from J.J.H osp. Lecturer (DSB) Lecturer (DSB)

23741817 55769515

9 10

9820454809 9869432920

11 12

Dr.Sandip

V.Dhawane

9820782793 9820716563

Dr.Dhananjay Duberkar Dr.Gurdeep Parmar

13

Lecturer (DSB)

9833374897

14 15

Dr.Vikram S. Kotwal Dr.Hemant S.Wahane

Lecturer (DSB) Lecturer (DSB)

9224637346 9324543159

16 17

Dr.Abhijit Aklujkar Dr. Ajay Khobragade

Lecturer (DSB) Lecturer (DSB)

9224368829 9820664023

MATERIAL List of equipments required for managing disaster, give information in following format. Sr. No. Name of the equipment Existing Number Required number 53

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Ventilator Infusion Pump Pulse Oxymeter ECG Machine Portable X-ray Machine Glucometer Bedside Monitor

Not working N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. -

06 08 08 04 01 08 08

List of equipments required for managing disease, give information in following format: Sr.No. Generic name Broad specifications Quantity required for 100 patients like strength of the drug. Nature of suture, No.size etc. 1 Inj. Cefotaximine 1gm, x hrly 2100 Vials 2 Inj. Cefran 500 mg x 12 hrly 1000 bottles 3 Inj.Metrogyl 500 mg 2100 bottles 4 Inj. Falcigo 120 mg stat 6mg OD x 5 day 5 Inj. Chloroquine 200 mg x 8 hrly for 5 50 bottles doses 6 Inj. Quinine sulfate 450 mg x 8 hrly 500 ampules 7 Phenytoin Na 100 ml x 8 hrly 100 ampules 8 Inj.Rantac 150 mg x 8 hrly 2100 ampules 9 Atropin 50 Ampules each Adrendine Dopamine HCl 10 Midazolam 20 vials Calmpose 50 Ampules 11 Inj Effcorlin 100 mg 50 vials 12 I.V. fluid acc to requirement 5% Dextrose ) ) DS/ ) ) NS/ ) ) 1000 bottles RL ) ) Haemacel/ 50 bottles Blood 13 KCL ) 50 Ampules NaHCO 3 ) Calcium Gluconate ) 25% Dextrose 200 Ampules /Vials 14 Central Line 150 15 Endotrachael tube (7.5, 8, 120 8.5) 16 Ryles tube 120 17 Vein flow 150 18 Oxygen Mask 120 19 Nebulization Kit 110 20 Intercostal drain 20 21 Oxygen Cylinders DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER 54

Nodal officer who can co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name Designation Contact No. Address Dr. V. S. Nagar Associate Professor of Medicine, 23741817 4/29, Swastik, J.J. Hospital campus, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER 1. Emergency medical unit will be activated as an initiator and will take lead role in managing the patients. 2. On call lecturer/registrar of the on call unit will inform to Co-ordinator as well as to HOD regarding the nature of the disaster, the patients input, for pulling of manpower for Management of disaster. 3. Nodal officer will inform HOD and narrate the nature of disaster and number of person to be pulled for Management of Disaster. 4. As per order of HOD instructions arrangement for duties of Lecturer/Resident for Management of Disaster will be done.

55

ENT WITH HEAD & NECK SURGERY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 45 one (ward 15) 3rd floor ,main building

No of operation theaters : one No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : 3

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : one Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : 8 Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: male ward 4 ,female ward 3 , side room 1

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

(Including Honorary) 1

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 15 2

NON TEACHING : 1 Social worker CLASS III 9

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 9 2.Sweepers 4

NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS


Sr no 1 2

Name Dr M.V.Jagade Dr V.G.Kasbekar

Designation Professor & HOD Honorary Professor & Unit incharge

Contact no 9323593627 9820227517

Address Dhanavantri,7th floor , JJH Campus

56

3 4 5 5

Dr R.P.Shah Dr S.K.Nagle Dr Rajan pallav Dr Rajesh koli

Honorary professor Associate Professor Lecturer Lecturer

9821177720 9821717152 9867256826 9323177998

Trimurti , 1st floor , JJH campus Room no 24, 300 RDH , JJH campus Room no 425, 300 RDH, JJH campus

MATERIAL List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing No required equipment 1 Shadowless 0 1 toplight 2 Fibre optic 0 1 headlight 3 Tracheostomy 0 7.51 tubes 81 8.51 91 4 Indirect 1 1 laryngoscope 5 Ambu bag 1 1 6 Ventilator 0 1 7 High power suction 1 1 8 Oscillatory saw 0 1 9 Pneumatic drills 0 1 10 Macintosh 1 1 laryngoscope 11 Catheters Many DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr S.K.Nagle associate professor Trimurti , JJH campus Nodal person of dept of ENT is Dr Smita Nagle ,who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of ENT In usual practice in disaster dept. of ENT comes as second line of treatment vis-a-vis hearing problem in patient & if tracheostomy is needed.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

57

PLASTIC SURGERY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 74 Three (ward 34, 35 and 36) Balaram Building, 2nd and 3rd floor

No of operation theaters : Three No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : 1

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : one Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : 10 Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: side rooms

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

(Including Honorary) 4

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 1

NON TEACHING : 1 Social worker CLASS III 29

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 18 2.Sweepers 20

NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS


Sr no 1 2 3

Name Dr Atul Shah Dr Ashok Shah Dr Ashok Gupta

Designation Professor & HOD Associate Professor Honorary professor

Contact no 9820307232 9821042421 2388-3693

Address

58

4 5 6 7

Dr S.N.Deshpande Dr Nitin Mokal Dr S Banarjee Dr Shivkumar MATERIAL

Associate Professor Associate Professor Lecturer Lecturer

9821055760 9820016700 9820160668 9892490677

List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing No required equipment 1 Shadowless 1 1 toplight 2 Fibre optic 0 1 headlight 3 Tracheostomy 0 7.51 tubes 81 8.51 91 4 Silverex Ointment 0 Many 5 Kollagn sheet 0 Many 6 Humbys knife 1 1 7 Mic Micrograft 0 1 instrument 8 Skin mesher 0 1 DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr Shivkumar Lecturer Room # 517, 300 resident doctor quarters, JJH campus Nodal person of dept of Plastic surgery is Dr Shivkumar ,who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of Plastic surgery.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

59

CARDIO VASCULAR T HROCIC SURGERY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 50 One (ward 21) Main Building, 5th floor

No of operation theaters : Two No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : 2 (1+1)

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : Nil Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : 10 Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: itself and in recovery side room In ward

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

1+1

(Including Honorary)

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 1 (1 Honorary assistant professor) 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 9 3

NON TEACHING : 0 Social worker CLASS III 3

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 5 2.Sweepers 3

Additional staff requirements 2 Perfusionist NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS
Sr no 1

Name Dr S A Potwar

Designation Professor & HOD

Contact no 9323797470 60

2 3 4 5 6 7

Dr KNBhosle Dr GNRachmale Dr CJ Hemant Kumar Dr Ashish Bhivapukar Dr Manoj Joshi Dr Sanjay Nair MATERIAL

Associate Professor Honorary professor Hon Assistant Professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

9892823208 9821341838 9821053018 9869228278 9324243254 9819745564

List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing No required equipment 1 Ventillator 1 1 2 Pulse oxymeter 2 2 3 Vital sign monitor 2 2 4 defibulator 1 1 DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr Manoj Joshi Lecturer 21, Trimurti 5th floor , JJH campus Nodal person of dept of CVTS is Dr Manoj Joshi,who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of CVTS

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

61

CARDIOLOGY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 50 + 10 (ICCU) Two (ward 22 + 22A) Main Building, 4rth floor

No of operation theaters : 1 (HOT) No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : 1

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : Nil Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster vic tims : 15 Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: itself and in the corridor In ward

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

(Including Honorary) 3 (1 Honorary assistant professor)

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 8 2

NON TEACHING : 0 Social worker CLASS III 4

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 8 2.Sweepers 4

Additional staff requirements 2 Technicians NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS
Sr no 1

Name Dr N O Bansal

Designation Professor & HOD

Contact no 9821235177 62

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Dr Satish Vaidya Dr Vijay Bang Dr Satish Khadse Dr Anil kumar Dr Rajani Dr Bhanu D Kapoor Dr Sangeetha MATERIAL

Hon Professor (Unit2) Honorary professor Associate professor Hon Assistant professor Hon Assistant professor Lecturer Lecturer

9820030363 9819036933 9820280402 9821031915 9869827748 9833458633

List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing No required equipment 1 Ventillator 2 1 2 Pulse oxymeter 1 1 3 Vital sign monitor 5 2 4 defibulator 1 1 5 ECG machine 1 1 6 Echo machine 1 1 7 Cath lab 1 0 DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Name Dr Sangeetha Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan designation address Lecturer 610, 300 resident quarters , JJH campus

Nodal person of dept of Cardio is Dr Sangeetha who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of Cardio

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

63

NEPHROLOGY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 30 Two (ward 10 + ward20 + AKD) Ward 20 (3 rd floor), ward 10 and AKD 1st floor

No of operation theaters : NA (AKD is used instead) No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : NA

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : NA Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : 4 Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: 2 ( In ward 20 side room) and 2 in transplant room

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

( Honorary) 1 (Honorary assistant professor)

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 6 2

NON TEACHING : 1 Social worker CLASS III 15

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 8 2.Sweepers 6

Additional staff requirements

NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS


Sr no 1

Name Dr NM Dedhia

Designation Hon Professor & HOD

Contact no 9821132951 64

2 3 4

Dr Shrirang Bichu Dr Archana Shahapurkar Dr Pravin Pant MATERIAL

Hon Associate Professor Assistant lecturer Assistant lecturer

9820191683 9819829027 9819747249

List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing No required equipment 1 Ventillator 0 1 2 Pulse oxymeter 1 1 3 Vital sign monitor 0 2 4 Defibulator 0 1 DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Name Dr Pravin Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan designation address Assistant Lecturer 407, 300 resident quarters , JJH campus

Nodal person of dept of Cardio is Dr Pravin who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of Nephrology.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

65

OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION Balaram building


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : 105 Four (ward 29, 30, 31, 32) Balaram building

No of operation theaters : 2 No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : 3

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : Nil Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : 2/3 beds Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: itself and in the corridor In ward

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

(Including Honorary)

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 8 (1 Honorary assistant professor) 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 6 + 1 (MCH office) 57

NON TEACHING : 0 Social worker CLASS III 8

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 2 2.Sweepers 0

Additional staff requirements Sweepers

66

NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS


Sr no 1

Name Dr Rekha Daver

Designation Professor & HOD

Contact no 9324547050

Address 1401, lalita giridhar Kataria marg, Mahim, mUmbai 16 JJ hospital, Mumbai 4/18, JJ H, Mumbai 21 / 3 JJH, Mumbai 3 / 4, Babrekar marg, Dadar, Mumbai 5/3, JJ H, Mumbai R # 714, 300 resident qrts, JJH, Mumbai

2 3 4 5 6 7

Dr Krishna Algotar Dr Ashok Anad Dr Rajeshree S Dr Vandana Kuwar Dr Disha Andhiwal Dr Manisha Deshmikh

Associate professor Associate professor Associate professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

9869006263 9869183134 9869917830 9820675692 9819720141 9326806495

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER


Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr K.M.Algotar Associate Professor 1 /4, JJH campus

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER As we are havingonly 106 beds for Ante natal, Post natal and surgical cases, so its not feasible to accommodate any disaster cases because of non availability of space. But we can provide man power as Interns, Residents and Faculty members, Lab technician/attendants for helping the disaster management plan wherever it is required.

67

BLOOD BANK LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION Next to casualty department


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : NA NA NA

No of operation theaters : NA No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : NA

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : NA Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : NA Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: NA

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

1 (Including Honorary)

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 1 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 0 1

NON TEACHING : 1 Social worker CLASS III 26

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 5 2.Sweepers 2

Additional staff requirements 5 Technicians NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS
Sr no

Name

Designation

Contact no 68

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Dr AG Valand Dr Vandana M Sanklecha Dr Shekar Sheth Dr Ganesh Kshirsagar Dr Ganesh Pachare Dr Amit Suryavanshi Dr Kalyani Kulkarni Mrs Usha Gatti Mr RPDubey Mrs Sandhya G Mr D Mane Mrs Anuya Durve Mr pramod rathod Mrs Deepa G Mrs Rajani Singh Matharoo Miss Silvia Jacob Mr D Salunke Mr Kalyan giri Mr sanjay T Mr Rakesh patil Mr Srikant more Mr sanjay pail My Gurunath N Mrs Sonibai R Mr Pratapsingh Valsi Mrs S Paralkar Ms Vatsala W Mrs Priyanka J Mrs Kamal pawar Mrs Veena Parab

Professor & HOD Associate professor Lecturer Assistant lecturer Assistant lecturer Assistant lecturer Assistant lecturer Technician Technician Technician Technican Technician Technician Technican Technician Technican Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant Lab Assistant MSW Senior clerk Incharge sister Staff nurse Staff nurse Staff nurse

9820186715 9869304446 9867235509 9869193816 9869418192 9833703457 9422862482 9833005424 9892220122 9869160558 9869038240 9869289327 9869605829 9869605829 9869256351 9869204556

9869071295

9869901970

MATERIAL List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No. existing No required equipment 1 Blood bank 3 3 refrigerator 2 Kitchen 4 2 refrigerator 3 Blood collection 1 2 monitor 4 Elisa plate washer 1 1 69

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 List of consumables Sr no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Elisa plate reader Distilled water plant Incubator Hot air oven VDRL rotor shaker Microscope Cold centrifuge Laminar air flow Centrifuge Gel card centrifuge Computer with printer Donor weighing scale Blood bag weighting bag Serological water bath Fix vol pipettes Multi channel pipettes Variable vol pipettes Semi auto strip washer Sterelizer Tube sealer

1 1 2 1 1 4 2 1 3 1 1 2 17 2 6 1 3 1 1 2

1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 0

Name of the equipment Anti A serum Anti B serum Anti AB serum Anti D serum 22% bovine albumin Coombs antisera CPDA bag CuSO4 powder HIV elisa kits HCV elisa kits HbsAg elisa kits VDRL elisa kits Slide box

No. existing 5 vials (10 ml) 5 vials (10 ml) 5 vials (10 ml) 5 vials (10 ml) 5 vials (10 ml) 1 vial 300 500 gm 3 3 3 3 2 no

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER 70

Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr AG Valand Profsessor & Head 2/8 Dhanvantri, 3rd floor , JJH campus Nodal person of dept of Cardio is Dr Valand who will co-ordinate activities of Blood Bank

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

71

RADIOLOGY LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION Main builfing ground floor


Total no of beds : No of wards : Situation of wards : NA NA NA

No of operation theaters : NA No of working operation suits / tables available for routine emergency work : NA

How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty : NA Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for addit ional patient load during disaster Capacity to create additional beds to accommodate disaster victims : NA Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster victims: NA

MANPOWER
TEACHING :

1.PROFESSORS

2 Nil

2.ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 3.LECTURERS 4.RESIDENTS 30 6

NON TEACHING : 0 Social worker CLASS III 47

CLASS IV 1.Attendants 17 2.Sweepers 05

NAMES , CONTACT NO . & ADD. OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS


Sr no 1 2

Name Dr S.Z.Sorte Dr N.K.Patil

Designation Professor & HOD Professor

Contact no 9224229601 9820883350 72

3 4 5 6 7 8

Dr Shilpa Domkundwar Dr Shyamsunder Sabet Dr Suhas Kulkarni Dr Vasundhara Dr Shivanand Dr Anand MATERIAL

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

9819075529 9820215927 9833391127 9323173873 9423077178 9890812301

List of equipments required for managing disaster , give information in following format Sr no Name of the No existing equipment 1 X-ray machines 8 2 Ultrasound 3 3 CT scan 1 4 MRI 1 DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER
Nodal officers who can coordinate the departmental disaster management plan Name designation address Dr Mrs N.K.Patil Professor Dhanvantri building, JJH campus Nodal person of dept of ENT is Dr N.K.Patil ,who will co-ordinate activities of dept. of Radiology.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER


Arrangement of all available equipment & coordination for the purpose of any mass casualty or disaster

73

CHEST DISEASES & TUBERCULOSIS


LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION Total No.of beds: 50 No of Wards: One - Ward 34 Situation of Wards: David Sasson Building (Balaram Building) No. Of operation theaters: Not Applicable No. of working operation suits/ tables available for routine emergency work: Not Applicable How many additional working operation suits/ tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster or mass casualty: Not Applicable Capacity to expand existing indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster Capacity to additional bed to accommodate disaster victims: 5 beds Location of the space earmarked for creating additional beds to accommodate disaster Victims: Ward 34

MANPOWER Teaching 1. Professor 3. Lecturers4. Residents Non Teaching:Class III:- 11 Class IV: 13 1. Attendant:2. Sweepers:ADDITIONAL STAFF REQUIRED TO MANAGE DISASTER MATERIAL List of existing, in use, equipments for managing disaster S r No. 1 2 Name of equipments PULSE OXIMETER NON INVASIVE VENTIALATOR No. Existing 2 (Two) 1 (One) No. Require One Prof & HOD - Dr N N Ramraje -9323555101 One Dr Priti MeshramFour - 9869300282 2. Associate Professor- Nil-

74

List of Medicine Dressing material suture material, IV fluids, IV sets, etc requirement for managing 100 admissions as mass casualty. DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal office that can co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name :Designation:Contact No.:Address :Dr. N N Ramraje Professor & Head 9323555101 2/15, Dhanvantari Doctors Quarters J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai- 400 008.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER In case of disaster or mass casualty the nodal officer will contact the member of the department, resident & issue instruction to manage the situation.

75

PHARMACOLOGY
LOCATION :P.G.Builidng,Near Gate No.12, First Floor,Grant Medical College and Sir J.J.Gr.of Hospital Compound, Byculla,Mumbai - 8 MANPOWER Teaching 1. Professors - 2 2. Asso.Prof. - 8 3. Lecturer - 4 4. Residents-I,II,III - 5 Non -teaching staff: 1)Technical : 1) Technicians 2) Lab.Asstt. 2)Non Technical : 1)Office Clerk 2)Attendants 3)Sweepers 4) Others :1 : 6 + 1 Animal Attendant 2 : 1 Stenographer 1 Photographer :4 :1

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal Officer who can co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name :Dr.Deepakkumar Langade Designation : Lecturer,Dept.of Pharmacology G.M.C.,Mumbai Contact No : 9868766272

76

PATHOLOGY
LOCATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY
MANPOWER

Teaching Staff 1. Professors : 2. Assoc. Prof.: 3. Lecturers : 4. Residents - JR I,II,III : Non Teaching Staff 1. a. b. 2. a. b. c. d. Technical Technicians Lab assistant Non Technical Office clerk Attendance Sweepers Other : : : : : :

02 14 11 (DSB) JR-03, SRI-07, CRI-04, CRII-02

19 06 03 (1 Neuropath) 27 (Including Neuropath Dept.) 02 01 (Photographer)

NAMES CONTACT NOS. AND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS

No. Name 02 Dr.D.N.Lanjewar

Designation Professor & Head Assoc. Prof

Contact No. 9820162722

03

Dr.S.R.Raghuwanshi

9819296107

04

Dr.G.F.D'Costa

Assoc. Prof

9820307902

05

Dr.P.M.Roplekar

Assoc. Prof

9819830779

06 07

Dr.M.S.Hastak Dr.S.M.Sisodia

Assoc. Prof Assoc. Prof

9821689670 9869250592

Address 1/10,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 2/1,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 212,Pushpa Bhuvan, Near Stand Cinema, Coloba, Mumbai Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 6, Sharavati, Worli, Sea Face-13 502, Vibhavari, Dinsha Wacha Rd. Churchgate, Mumbai-20
77

08

Dr.A.S.Vyas

Assoc. Prof

09 10 11

Dr.R.V.Taksande Dr.B.N.Hiwale Dr.K.A.Deshpande

Assoc. Prof Assoc. Prof Assoc. Prof

9322523097 9869367337 9820474878

12

Dr.S.N.Ramraje

Assoc. Prof

13 14

Dr.Shahin Najmi Dr.S.V.Agale

Assoc. Prof Assoc. Prof

9869614910

4/6,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 12/A/3, Govt. Colony, Hajiali, Mumbai-34 5/24,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp.CampusMumbai-8 825,Khosravi Estate, A/5, 2nd Flr., S.K.Bole Rd. Dadar, Mumbai-400 028 2/15,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 3/30, Trimurti Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp.Campus Mumbai-8 Block No.602, HIG Mhada Colony, Sion, Mumbai 3/45, MIG colony, Vidyavihar (East), Mumbai-400 077. A-16, Om-Prashant, Tambe Nagar, S.N.Rd, Mulund Mumbai

15

Dr.Sanjay Surase

Lecturer

9869385602

16

Dr.Rakesh Shedge

Lecturer

9320375436

17

Dr.Bharat Ghodke

Lecturer

9867993451

18 19 20

Dr.Sunita Kolekar Dr.Shilpi Sahu Dr.Rachana Binayake

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

9867796815 9324414841 9833013325 4/3, Swastik Bld. Gr.Flr., J.J.Hospital, Mumbai 3/23, Trimurti bld. 5th Flr. J.J.Hospital Campus, Mumbai 602/02,Manas Anand, G13, Rd. Thane, (W) 11/403,Mellennium Park, Hariom Ngr. Mulund, Mumbai

21

Dr.Kiran Bendale

Lecturer

9867201602

22

Dr.Barnik Chowdhary

Lecturer

9869379636

23

Dr.Mangesh Bolegave

Lecturer

9869188488

24

Dr.Pritam Khairkar

Lecturer
78

25

Dr.Divya Makhija

Lecturer

9323927121

Flat No.802, Rishabh Towers Lower Parel,(W), Mumbai25

Names contact Nos. and address of the Technicians No. Name 01 S.R.Ghogale 02
Sandhya Walawalkar

Designation Contact No.


Lab Tech. 25679996

Address
Trupti Bld, 21, 5th Flr. J.J.Campus, Byculla, Mumbai C/5, Rukmini-Niwas, L.M.Rd. Navagaon, Dahisar, W,Mumbai A-203, Satguru Sharan II Chaphekar Bandhu Marg, Mulund,(E), Mumbai-81

Lab Tech.

28956758

03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Supriya Gaonkar

Lab Tech.

25927374

K.V.Mahamuni Anuradha More Saroj Kodia Shital Ghadage

Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech. 25661548 28949609 28797641 Vishwa 35/5, Datar colony, Bhandup, (E) Mumbai-42 Matrukrupa CHS, Eksar Rd. Boriwali, W. Mumbai-103 5, Rohini Mahindra Ngr, D.P.Rd Malad (E) Mumbai-97 7/3, Mehta Park, Bhagojikar Marg, Mahim, Mumbai16,W Pawankumar Soc. Sant Janabai Rd.Vileparle (e) Mumbai-57 Shanti 20, 4th Flr. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Byculla, Mumbai8. Sudama CHS, 2nd Flr. Kalwa, (w) Thane Bhakti Sadan CHS, 2nd Flr. R.N 204, Virar, (E). Jivdani Rd. Bhakti Bld.No7, R.No.6, J.J.Hospital, Mumbai BIT Chawl No.4,R.No .50, 3rd Flr. Imamwada, Mumbai

Swati Choksi

Lab Tech.

24461998

Swati Sakrikar

Lab Tech.

26151813

Neeta Sonawadekar Gurunath Bodke Ranjana Save

Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech.

9820604716 9819642842

9324563335 9892947557 9969137065

Sharad Nalawade Prakash Adivadekar Pralhad Muneshwar Rachana Deshpande Siddharth Jadhav

Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Lab Tech.

25334584 9892421386

3/A/13, Brindavan Soc. Thane, (W) Panchashil Ngr, No.3, Sion Koliwada, Mumbai-

79

18 19

Vijay Rane Raghunath Pyaramwad

Lab Tech. Lab Tech.

Koliwada, MumbaiB/66, 2nd Flr, J.J.Hospital Campus, Mumbai 8. -

MATERIAL For consumables items which are immediately required to purchase for Disaster Management the amount of Rs.5,00,000/- could be allocated and kept aside as and when required. This money should be made easily available for decentralized purchase during crises situation.
DEPARTMENT PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Nodal Officer for co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan. Name Designation Contact no. : : : Dr. D.N. Lanjewar Professor of Pathology, 9820162722 1/10, Doctors" Quarters, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008.

* Daily reporting telephonically & writing to the treating physician & the Disaster Cell. * Final Report at the end of disaster. LIST OF THE EQUIPMENT / INSTRUMENT
Sr. No. Name of the Equipment / Instrument No of Existing No. of Require ment

1.

Mortuary Cabinet Units ( 6 Body Capacity each) Hematology Cell Counter with Printer (Imported) Tissue Processing Unit (Imported) Binocular Research Microscope (Imported) Computer With Printer Automatic Photo Electric Colorimeter

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

03 Units ( 2 Units are not working properly) 02 Units 02 Units 15 Nos 01 No. 02 Nos.

6 Units 02 Units 02 Units 20 Nos. 02 Nos. 02 Nos.


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FORENSIC
LOCATION:

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE


MANPOWER

Teaching Staff 1. Professors : 2. Assoc. Prof.: 3. Lecturers : 4. Residents - JR I,II,III : Non Teaching Staff 1. a. b. 2. a. b. c. d. Technical Technicians Lab assistant Non Technical Office clerk Attendance Sweepers Other : : : : : :

02 2 4 5

2 1 1 + 1 (Steno) 5 Nil 01 (Photographer)

NAMES CONTACT NOS. AND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS

No. Name Designation 01 Dr. S D Nanandkar Prof. & Head

Contact No.

Address 9869040955 1/9,Dr.'s Qurts. J.J.Hosp. Campus, Mumbai-8 9869916330

02 03

Dr Dode C R Dr Chavan

Professor Lecturer

MATERIAL For the equipment like laptop and laser printer, plus stationary needed for spot autopsy examinations (representative only) and spot certification of death, will require fund provision to the extend of Rs. 3 lacs could be allocated and kept aside as and when required. This money should be made easily available for decentralized purchase during crises situation. This will also be useful for
81

purchasing 10 exmination kits necessary for above mentioned work in the time of disaster.

DEPARTMENT PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Nodal Officer for co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan. Name Designation Contact no. : : : Dr. S D Nanandkar Professor and Head of Forensic medicine, 9869040955 1/9, Dhanvantri building, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008.

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MICROBIOLOGY LOCATION : IInd floor, Pathology School

MANPOWER Designation Professor No. 02 04 11 06 13 07 02 15 01 10 GMC 03 JJH 03 GMC 04 JJH 1 on deputation 11 GMC 04 JJH -

Remarks 1 on Deputation -

Teaching Staff

Associate Professor Lecturers

Non Teaching Staff (Technical )

Residents JR I III Technicians Lab. Assistants

Non Teaching Staff (Non - Technical )

Office Clerk Attendants Sweeper Others

NAMES & CONTACT NOS & ADDRESS OF ALL STAFF MEMBERS Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Name Dr. Renu Bharadwaj Dr. Abhay Chowdhary Dr. Ameeta joshi Dr. Nita Jangale Designation Prof. & Head Professor Assoc. Prof. Assoc. Prof. Contact no. Address

5/23, Panchasheel, J.J. 9372465940 Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. 2/13, Govt. officers 9821209050 Colony, Haji Ali Park, Mumbai On Deputation Bldg. No. 4, J.J. Hospital 9869403485 Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. 4/30, J.J. Hospital 9323085449 Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. 9224384504 Bldg. No. 3, J.J. Hospital 83

5 6

Dr. Shilpa Patil Dr. Varsha Wanjare

Assoc. Prof. Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Shubhra Sengupta

Lecturer

9869318799

8 9 10 11

Dr. Shama Tomar Mrs. Saroj Turbadkar Mrs. Sarla Menon Mrs. Sujata Dharmshale Dr. Nilma Hirani

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

9324369111 9820944342 9869457790 9969113767

12

Lecturer

9820556255

13

Mrs. Vaishli Wabale

Lecturer

9869251978

14

Dr. Sunil Lilani

Lecturer

9322299008

Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. C- 701 & 2, Mangalam CNS, thakur Complex, Kandivili (E), Mumbai 101. 3/12, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. Bldg. No. 4, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. 3/13, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. 3/27, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. Flat No. 101, Captain Villa, Mount Mary Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai 50 5/9, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 8. Bhagwandas Apts, ist Floor, 51- Zaveri Road, Mulund (W), Mumbai 80.

15

Dr. Shazia Chavan

Lecturer

16 17

Dr. Ritsh Shirpurkar Dr. Monita Kulkarni

Lecturer Lecturer

Aakansha Bunglow, opp. Bhagwati Plaza, Veer 9820638948 Savarkar Road, Virar (E), Thane 305. 401, Kalpana Housing 9323196573 Society, Behind Bldg. No. 38, Tilak Nagar, Chembur 89. 408, Sadanand Apartment, 9322952893 Agar Bazar, N. M. kale road, Dadar, Mumbai - 28

MATERIAL

List of equipments
Sr. Name of equipment No. 1 Deep Freeze (-200 C) Vertical 2 Vertical Autoclave No. Existing 02 03 No. require 01 01 84

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Water Bath Incubator Table Top Centrifudge Biosafety Hood with burnout unit (Class II) Variable Volume single channel Pipette 120 microliter Variable Volume single channel Pipette 10-100 microliter Vacutainer Needles for Vacutainer Vacutainer Holder Needle Burner Universal Container Disposable Leak Proof Container (5 ml) Eppendorf tube (2 ml) N 95 Respirator Mask Disposable Gowns Latex Gloves

01 04 03 02 02 02 02 -

01 01 01 01 01 01 100 100 05 01 100 100 100 50 100 100 pairs

List of Consumables Sr. No. 1 Generic Name Kits & Reagents Specifications Quantity require -

* The above-mentioned items have an expiry date & hence stock cannot be maintained. Rs. 2,00,000/- could be allocated & kept aside for purchase of kits & reagents as and when require. This money should be made easily available for decentralized purchase during crises situation. DEPARTMENT PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER Nodal officer for co-ordinates the departmental disaster management plan Name : Dr. Nita Jangale Designation : Associate Professor

Contact no.
Address

Bldg. 4, (Swastik), Sir J.J. Hospital Campus, 85

9869403485

Byculla, Mumbai 08 Daily reporting telephonically & in writing to the treating physician, epidemiologist & the Disaster Cell ?? Isolates / Sera obtained send to National / International Centers for confirmation ?? Final Report at the end of disaster

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BIOCHEMISTRY LOCATION Department of Bio chemistry MANPOWER

Sr.no 1

Name of faculty member Dr.Anil keshavrao Bhutey Dr.Vinayak Wamanrao Patil

designation Professor and Head Professor

Residential address 11-A/9 Govt.Colony Hajiali,. Mumbai 400034 Dhanvanari 2/A Flat-3 J.J.Hospital campus,Byculla Mumbai-400008 Apoorva Aptt. Tapodham Rd., Warje, Pune 52 14 Kaveri, A.G.Khan Rd., Worli Sea Face, North Worli 400 025 4/8 Doctors Quarters J.J.Hos.Campus, Byculla, Mumbai-400008 211 C.Wing Dosti Lily, Dosti Acres, S.M.D. Road, Antop Hill, Wadala(E), Mumbai - 400037 A-302,Nikhileshwar Complex Behind Venus Cinema Ulhasnagar-4 Dist.Thane Flat 603, supriya tower opp:Rajpark, Parsiknagar, KalvaThane-605.

Res.phone number 24983065

Mobile number 9322335498

Res.02223752756

M-9833211598

Dr.(Smt)S.A.Abhan g Dr.(Mrs.)Leela Abhichandani Dr.A.S.Sardeshmuk h

Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor

Res.0202523048 Res. 55226256 Res.02223772968

9892175028

9820900807

5.

9869603283

6.

Dr.R.C.Sane

Associate Professor

Res022.24121710

M-9422867278

7.

Dr. Santosh Varma

Associate Professor

9525152 0750

M-9323959000

Dr. D.G. Basutkar

Associate Professor

25424061

9322144396

87

Dr.Nilanjana Guha Niyogi

Lecture

10

Shubhangi Gujrathi

Lecture

11

Dr.A.R.Dhas

Lecturer

12

Smt Geetha Sukumaran

Lecturer

13 14.

Dr.Mohana Lonkar Smt Jyoti Panchal

Biochemist Biochemist

5/30Panchsheel J.J.Hospital Compound, Mumbai 8 Swastik 4/10 Opp.PostOffice, J.J.Hospital Compound, Mumbai 8 D-405 Zavne Enclave Near Saidham W.E.Highway, Thakur Complex, Kandivali,Mumbai-8 5/27Panchsheel J.J.Hospital Compound, Mumbai 8 A4/8,Runwalnagar, Thane (w)400601 GHULEMANSION 120,Matar Pakhadi Road, Mazgaon, Mumbai 400 010

27671527 (pune)

9820186367

23746603

9892182028

56777532

982079973

23759571

9892503720

25470422 23776304 32940783

9820548016 9869409304

Non Teaching Staff


1. Shri Suhas N. Manjrekar Lab. Technician D 21/CD 205 3nd Floor, Shrirang Unit No.13, Co.O.Hsg.Society, Thane (West)- 601 4/96, Sahajeevan, Shri Ganesh Nagar, Lalbaug Market, Lalbaug, Mumbai 400 012 J.J.Hospitals Compound, A Block Room No.33 Byculla, Mumbai 400 008 Old Extablishment Quarters, Room No.2, J.J.Hospitals Campus, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008 Old Establishment Quarters, Room No.5, J.J.Hospitals Campus Byculla, Mumbai B-4-03 Navratna Co.o.p.Hosg. Society, Flat No.45 Sector-8 25347536 9820389545

2.

Shri S.Nakashe

Lab. Technician Lab. Technician Lab. Technician Lab. Technician

24715339

9867351389

3.

Shri Y.S. Patil

23782850

4.

Shri V. Pawar

23730570

5.

S.Pimpaldare

4,

Shri S. Pandhre

Lab. Technician

9833479522 9833220446

88

5.

Shri Anna Patil

Lab. Technician

6.

Shri A.A. Mohan

Lab. Technician

7.

Shri S.B.Chougule

Lab. Techician

8.

S.P.Nalwade

Lab.Tech

9.

S. Choudhari

Lab.Tech

Sangpada, Navi Mumbai J.J.Hospitals Campus Trupti 8-B,3rd Floor, Byculla, Mumbai-400 008 Chandresh Oasis K. Lodha Heaven, Kalyan, Skill Road, Nilje Dombivali (E), Avenue B-601, Lodha Heaven, KalyanShil Road, Nilje Dombivali (E) Juna Kurla Bail Bazar Bhagubai Chawl,Mumbai70 RajeshwariCo.op.Hsg.Soc. 2nd Floor, R.No.1, Gawali Nagar,Kalyan(E)

9323199319

9867091970

25024395

952512251383

10.

C.S.Naik

Lab.Tech.

Chintan Anadamai Co.op Soc.,Building No.192/B R.No.7377,Kannamwar Nagar-2,Vikroli(E), Mumbai 800 083 J.J.Hospital Compound Bhairamji Chawal R.No.1/2, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008 Darshan Society Building No.811/3:15 Sector 25 Jui Nagar, Navi Mumbai 400 706 Gharkul Society Building No.8/60/2/12 Sector 24 Jui Nagar Navi Mumbai 400706 J.J.Hospital compound, Trupti 8/B,Gr.Floor, R.No.34, Byculla,Mum 8 J.J.Hosp.Compound, B/36, 1st Floor, Byculla Mumbai 8 314/51 Mahavir Chawl G.K.Marg,Lower Parel Mumbai 400013 40/D, K.K.Marg Jecobb Circle, Mumbai-11 30/32,1st Floor,

56080509

11.

S.S.Natalkar

Lab.Tech.

9819481851

12

S.M.Lokhande

Lab.Tech.

27705163

13.

R.C.Mishale

Lab.Tech.

9869179904

14. 15.

Usman Khan R.G. Ghosalkar

Lab.Tech. Lab.Tech.

23772868 56164723 9869999060

16

Vidya Redekar

Lab.Tech.

24952975

9869063338

17. 18.

Manjula Dabhi D. Vaivude

Lab.Tech. Lab.Tech.

23087809 22074666

9867695515

89

19 20.

R.Y. Kadam S.B.Narkar

Lab.Tech. Lab.Tech.

21.

Shri Vibhute

Lab.Tech

Mahadeo Shankarshet Marg,Sonapure St., Chira Bazar,Jagannath Shankar Shet Marg,Mumbai 400 002 J.J.Hospital Compounder Chawl, Gr.Floor, R.No.6 Mumbai 400 008 J.J.Hospital Compound, Trupti B . R.No.58 Mumbai 400 008 3/14 Om Lambodar Co.op.Hsg.Society,Shani Nagar, Badlapur (W)

23736216

22

A.Desai

Lab.Asstt.

23

Ganesh Bane

Lab. Asstt.

24. 25.

R.G.Kodhawale Subhash More

Lab.Asstt. Lab.Asstt.

26

Naresh B.Solanki Vijay Pawar

Lab.Asstt.

27.

Lab.Asstt.

28.

Shri Raghunath M. Posture Shri AnisoDhhin Shaikh Shri Mahesh Rao rane

Lab.Asstt.

30

Lab.Asstt.

31

Lab.Asstt.

Ladies Hostel Servant Chawl R.No.3 Ground Floor,J.J.Hospital Compound, Mumbai 400 008 4/371 Sundergalli Parijat Building No.1 B.J.Marg, Byculla (W) Mumbai 400 008 1/3,Gowardhan Bhoir Chawl,Datiwali Rd, Diva (E), Dist.Thane C.Block R.No.21, 1st floor, J.J.Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai 8 Chitra Aptt.,R.No.405 4th floor, Gagan Vihar Complex, Ochale Road, Nalasopara (E) Shanti Uopawan,R.No.101 F wing, Lodha Heaven, Nilje,Dombivali (E) Trupti, B-8-B/1/89 Sr. J.J.Gr.of Hospitals Campus, Mumbai 400 008 Yamuna Building R.No.56,3rd Floor, Government Quarters Worli Sea Face, Mumbai 400 018 2/22 Tam Nivas Chawl Shivaji Nagar Tembipada Road, Bhandup (W), Mumbai 78

23747428

9869179841

9325322111

25956006

90

32.

Shri Balkrishna Palande

Lab.Servant

33. 34.

Shri S.Mandhre Shri Prabhakar Ambare Shri Sanjay L. Chodnekar

Lab.Servant Lab.Servant

Old Hostel Servant Chawl, R.No.1, J.J.Hospitals Compound, Mumbai 400 008 Bhola nagar Jagdish store,room no 1802 Kalwa (E) Thane JJ VASAHAT ,Old hostel servant chawl ,Room no 1 2/1 Shrikrishna Nivas Bhatwadi, Ghatkopar (W) Mumbai 4000 084 Ramdut Building No.4 R.No.514 2nd Floor, Kari road, Mumbai 400 012 New Mill Company Chawl.R.No.1, Kurla Shrikrishna Chouk,Kurla (E), Mumbai-400 070 Old Hostel Servant Chawl,R.No.6 J.J.Hosp.compound, Byculla, Mumbai C/302 Sadguru Aptt., Central Park Nalasopara (E), Dist.Thane 36/B Samrtha Hsg. Society,Near Gaondevi Mandir,Kalwa(W) A-Block ,Gr.Floor, R.No.4, J.J.Hosp.Compound Mumbai 8 J.J.Compound C.Block,3rd Floor,R.No.8,Mumbai

9867210385

9869387396

35.

Lab.Asstt.

9867636344

36.

Shri Ganesh T. Nar

Lab.Asstt.

37.

Smt. Kusum Balwant Telure L.W.Makwana

Lab.Servant

9224391362

38.

Lab.Servant

39.

Shanta Rajput

Lab.Servant

40.

R.B.Pawar

Lab.Servant

9869453730

41

D.Kadam

Lab.Servant

23724304

42

Tanaji Savartkar

Lab.Servant

55295842

MATERIAL

List of equipments required for managing disaster.


Sr.No. 1 Name of Equipment Auto Analyzer No.Existing One + two recently installed No.Required One

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2 3 4 5 6

ABG Machine Semi Auto Analyzer Flame Photometer Densitometer Chemiluminescence

one Three Two One One

One One One One One

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Nodal Officer 1. Name Dr. V W Patil


2/A Flat-3 J.J.Hospital campus,Byculla

Contact No.

9833211598

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER Coordination with the health post staff for collection of biological fluid samples Strengthening of clinical biochemistry laboratory activity Field OPD Camp for emergency blood /urinary investigations blood glucose by glucometer serum electrolytes by flame photometer/ urinary analysis by urine analyser blood gas analysis for Po2,PCo2,pH LFT ,KFT.PFT by superfast auto-analysers Procuring of all emergency laboratory biochemical kits/ consumables from dean Office Coordination with other departments Medicine Cardiovascular dept Conservancy staff Daily reporting to Dean office & DMER office

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PREVENTIVE & SOCIAL MEDICINE LOCATION


Department of PSM : Postgraduate Building, IIIrd Floor.

MANPOWER
Faculty Members: Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. Name Dr. S.V. Akarte Dr.M. K. Kakeri Dr. P.B. Sawant Designation Contact No. Professor & Head Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Lecturer M:9821070384 R:23702954 M: 9821 133945 R: 23722580 M: 9869019522 R: 25657099 M: 9869 426068 R: 23743332 9820021492 9820613651 Address 1/14, . J.J.Hosp.Campus, Byculla, Mumbai-8 5/21, . J.J.Hosp.Campus, Byculla, Mumbai-8 C/73, Mulund Nagraj Co. Hsg. Soc., Gavanpada, Mulund (East), Mumbai -81 5/14, . J.J.Hosp.Campus, Byculla, Mumbai-8 4/15, J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai8 101, Ekata Co-op Hsg.Society At. Posst Papadi Tal. Vasai 2/205, Om Sonali Apt. Kala Talav, Kalyan.

4. 5. 6.

Dr. U. Rangnathan Dr. Ranjit J. Mankeshwar Dr. Lalit Sankhe

7.

Dr. Mangesh Nanaware Mr. G. E. Jadhav Mr. Mirza S.M. Baig Mr.Vijay Gaikwad Mrs. Pratiksha Masurkar

Lecturer

9869969524

1. 2. 3. 4.

Social Worker Social Worker Social Worker Laboratory Technician

022-25884077 12/17, Navashakati Co-op Soc. Yashdhan Nagar, Thane 9869062072 Trupti 8/13, Room No.40 J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla,M-8 9819241589 G- 104, Vanashri Shrushti Khadakpada, Kalyan 23739204 6/27. Shanti, J. J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai

DEPARTMENTAL PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER Nodal officer 93

Name: Address: Contact No.:

Dr. S.V.Akarte 1/14, Doctors quarters, J.J. Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai 08 Mobile: 9821070384 Residence: 23702954

DETAILED DEPARTMENT ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER Departmental Objectives: i) Establishment of disease Surveillance Unit ii) Rapid Assessment of Health Problems iii) Suggest Control Measures in the field pertaining to Public Health. iv) Development of Reporting System v) Interdepartmental Co-ordination & Co-ordination with Hospital control room Activities: i) Establishment of disease Surveillance Unit ?? Disease Surveillance Unit will do rapid assessment of Health situations. ?? Identify the health problems ?? Identify the needs of affected population ii) Formulation of health teams Comprising of Residents, Internees & Paramedical workers. iii) Collection of Data: ?? Designing of proforma depending on type of Disaster from the field ?? Standardised Case Definition, Treatment protocols etc. ?? Training of faculty members/Manpower involved. iv) Control Measures in field: ?? Dispatching heath team in field every day during disaster. ?? Collecting morbidity & mortality, data from the field. ?? Distribution of health education material to increase public awareness. ?? Post disaster camp organisation in coordination with RMOs. v) Logistic: Arrange for medicines /vehicles for field in coordination with RMO of J.J. Hospital with P.S.M. Department. vi) Co-ordination with other departments depending on types of disaster/ health problems. vii) Interim report formulation with time to time analysis of collected data viii) Post Disaster activities Compilation and analysis of collected data & final report to be submitted to higher authorities. REQUIREMENTS: Equipments: Minibus

Manpower: Computer Operator 94

Staff Vehicle Telephone Fax machine Xerox machine Computer

Statistician

95

DENTAL
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATION This Department is situated in the O.P.D. Building first floor, room No. 23. Total No. Beds No. of words Situation of words No of operation theaters No. of working operation suits/ tables available for routine emergency work How many additional working operation suits/tables can be commissioned at short notice to tackle disaster of mass casualty Capacity to expand indoor bed strength for additional patient load during disaster capacity to create additional beds to accommodation beds to accommodate disaster. ::::::Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Dental O.P.D.

Location of accommodate 1 a) b) c) 2

the space earmarked for creating additional beds disaster Victims:Patients are treated on O.P.D. basic Since dental department does not have word patients admitted under E.N.T. Since dental department does not have operation theater, patients are operated in ENT OT by appointment To tackle mass casualty the patient with dental maxillofacial trauma can be treated on O.P.D. basis and be shifted to emergency word if necessary.

to

are the & can

MANPOWER Non Teaching 1 Class III (Technical) 1 Class IV 1) 2) Mr. Gopichand D. Ghad:- Lab Attendant Mr. Vinod V. Kadam:- Ward boy. Mr. Satish D. Nagvekar : -Dental Lab Technicians Dr. Sunanda D. Dhirare :- Dental Surgeon

ADDITIONAL STAFF REQUIRED TO MANAGE DISASTER category wise: -Staff Nurse.

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NAME, CONTACT AND ADDRESS OF THE ALL STAFF MEMBERS.

Sr. No.
1

Name
Dr. D.Dhivare

Designation

Contact no
9820550374

Address
E-324, New Air India Colony, Kalina, Santacruz (East), Mumbai29 B -27/1, Govt Colony, Bandra (E), Mumbai- 51. Samata chawl, Room No. 162, Andandwadi, Solt pen Road, Wadala (E), Mumbai- 37.

Sunanda Dental Surgeon

2 3.

Mr. Satish Nagvekar Mr. Gopichand Ghadi

D. Dental Lab 9869538778 Technicians D. Lab Attendant 55763916

MATERIAL
LIST OF EQUIPEMENTS FOR MANAGING DISASTER Sr No. Name of Equipment 1. Dental Chairs with all Accessories 2. X-Ray Machine No. Existing 2 1 No. Require 2 -

List of Medicine, dressing material , suture material , IV sets, etc requirement for managing 100 admissions as mass casualty... Sr. No. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 9 10 11 12 Generic Name Ambuse Bag Larynguscope with blade Stethoscope B.P. Apparatus I.V. Saline Sets Surgical Rubber Gloves Disposable Syringe No. 5 C C Disposable Needle No. 26 inch I.V. Normal Saline Gause, Cotton Tounge Depressor Suturing Material (Cutting Needles + Thread) Needle No. 14, thread 3.o Nylon or silk Thread For local Anesthesis inj. Liquid a) Plain Lignocair 2% BJL. A with Adrenaline 2% Scalp Blade no. 11, no. 15 Jelco + Bivalve No. of Existing 1 1 1 1 Nil 3 box 50 50 5 3 Bundle 1 1 Nil 1 box 4 box 3 Nil No. of Require 1 1 1 1 100 100 Pair 100 100 50 100 1 50 50 1 box 1 box 10 100
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13

14 15

16 17 18 19 20

Catavalon Betadine solution O2 Cylinder Glycose Powder Hicryl Surgical Sutur

1 bott Nil 1 1 Kg Nil

5 bottle 5 bottle 1 5 Pkt 10 Pkt

DEPARTMENT PLAN TO MANAGE THE DISASTER

Officer who can coordinates the departmental disaster management plan.

Name Designation Contact No. Address

: : : :

Dr. Sundand D. Dhivare (M.D. S. oral Surgery) Dental Surgeon 9820550374 E-324, New Air India Colony, Kalina, Santacruz (E), Mumbai- 29.

DETAILED DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVATION PLAN TO MANAGE DISASTER

1) Dental O.P.D. can be made available for the victims with Dental Truma. 2) Surgical procedure like a) Saturing b) Extraction of mobile teeth due to trauma. c) Interdental wiring for dentoalveolar fractures d) Treatment for avalse teeth

Can be performed under local anaesthesia on O.P.D. basis

iii) Victims with the major trauma can be transfer to surgery unit for management.

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PHYSIOLOGY
LOCATION Department of Physiology

MANPOWER Information. Teaching Staff : Sr. Name No. 1. Dr.Ravindra Shriniwas Inamdar 2. Dr. (Mrs.) Surekha Dilip Kaundinya 3. Dr.(Mrs.) Anita George 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Dr.Premanand Ramkrishna Raikar Dr.(Mrs) Chandrakiran Dahyalal Hathial Dr.Surendra Sudhir Shivalkar Dr.Kamaluddin Mohd. Nazir Khan Mrs.Subhagi Shrikant Palkar Dr.Mohd.Abdul Hafiz Ansari Dr.Sachin Hiralal Mulkutkar Dr.(Mrs.) Lata Balraj Buktar Dr.Rameshwar Gopinath Daokar Dr.Dey Chandan K. Designati on Prof. & Head Prof. Asso. Prof. Lecturer (M) 9867324278 (022) 23713010 (022) 25771168 (M) 9892594338 (022) 23714577 (022) 23741778 (M) 9322732370 9819233167 (M) 9819671639 Contact No. (022) 23782516 (M) 9322339107 (022) 23752083 (M) 9819920659 (M) 9323571285 (022) 25663559 (M) 20522716 (022) 26415883 (M) 9819197611 Address 2/13. Dhanavantari. J.J.Hospital Compound. Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. 1/8, J.J. Hospital Compound. Byculla, Mumbai 400 008. 1303, Arihant Towers, G.D.Ambedkar Marg, Parel, Mumbai 400 012. 50/9, Akashwani CHS, Datar Colony, Bhandup (East), Mumbai 400 042. 42/2/28,Gandhinagar Anand CHS, Bandra (East), Mumbai - 400 051. 1/5, Panchsheel, J.J.Hospital Compound. Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. 4/21. J.J.Hospital Compound. Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. F/701, Royalaster, The Great Eastern Garden, L.B.S.Road, Kanjur Marg (West ), Mumbai - 400 068. 3/6, Trimurti, J.J.Hospital Compound., Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. 12, Panchsheel Bldg., 2nd Flr, J.J.Hospital Compound. Byculla,Mumbai - 400 008 58, Old Boys Hostel, 1st Flr, J.J.Hospital Compound. Byculla,Mumbai - 400 008 3/14, J.J.Hospital Compound, Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. 104,A/12, Rutu Enclave, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (West) - 400 601.

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Non-Teaching Staff (Technical) :Sr. Name No. Designation Contact No. Address 99

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Mrs.Rita Rajiv Vora Smt Alaka Keshav Shinde Mrs.Aasha Navnath Lad

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2B/12, Mahendra Park, Narayan Nagar, L.B.S.Marg, Ghatkopar (West), Mumbai - 400 086. 55-56/2, Sofi Mahal, Dr.Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug, Mumbai - 400 012. Trupti-B, 8/50, 4th Floor, J.J.Hospital Compound, Byculla, Mumbai4 - 400 008. Trupti-B, 8/35, Ground Floor, J.J.Hospital Compound, Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. 7/1051, Bandra Government Colony, Bandra (East), Mumbai - 400 051.

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Mr.Sunil Aappaji Mohan Mr.Kiran Ambalal Parmar Non Teaching Staff :(NonTechnical)

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Note :- Manpower which can be spared for helping basic specialities to tackle disaster or mass casualty, is as below :Associate Professors - 2, Lecturers - 3, Residents 3.

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