1. To learn common organizational structures of emergency medical services
  2. To learn the principles of EMS operations, disaster management, prehospital triage and EMSresearch.
  3. To learn medico legal principles relating to EMS.
  4. To be familiarize with the local EMS.
  5. Where available, actively participate in EMS.
  6. To demonstrate familiarity with research methodologies relating to EMS and disaster management.
  7. To discuss the medico legal issues relating to EMS.
  8. To discuss the development of EMS prehospital care protocols.
  9. To discuss basic concepts of mass casualties and disaster management.
  10. To describe common environmental, toxicological, and biological hazardsencountered in the prehospital care setting.


  1. To assimilate general concepts of emergency medicine, focused history taking, and physical examination skills to develop a systemic evaluation for patients presenting to the emergency department.
  2. To demonstrate the ability, based on the history acquired, to do an immediate assessment and initial stabilization, followed by a complete directed examination.
  3. To combine the knowledge with the history and physical examination, to develop an appropriate differential diagnosis for all presentations.
  4. To demonstrate knowledge of the causes, presentation, and management of commonly presenting emergencies.
  5. To perform primary and secondary survey with management of polytrauma patients effectively.
  6. To demonstrate the ability to perform essential emergency procedures.
  7. To be able to differentiate and place patients on care pathways which lead to appropriate discharge with follow up when needed, admission to an ED based observation unit or admission into hospital.
  8. To work in the difficult and challenging environment of the Emergency Department and to be able to re-prioritize and respond to new and urgent situations.
  9. To be a part of a multi-disciplinary team where good communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
  10. To be able to work both within and lead a team to ensure the patient’s needs.
  11. To be able to work closely with a wide variety of in-patient teams and with primary care and pre-hospital clinicians.
  12. To be committed to the highest standards of care and of ethical and professional behaviour within the specialty of Emergency Medicine and within the medical profession as a whole.
  13. The Emergency Physician should be caring, empathetic, conscientious and practices medicine without prejudice.
  14. To continually seek to improve care by utilizing up to date evidence, being committed to lifelong learning and being innovative.?

Head of Department’s Message:

Emergency Medicine is a new specialty in India. B. J. Medical college, Ahmedabad, is honoured to have the first MCI recognized degree course in India. At present we have 4 PG seats for the same. It has a bright future with good opportunities for its students.

1. Infrastructure

 Civil facilities and building:

  • Building – Earthquake proof, centrally air conditioned, state of an art Trauma Centre.
  • Reception area
  • Case registration desk
  • Helper desk (PRO desk, PM-Jay card help desk)
  • Triage area
  • CMO room
  • Medico legal examination room
  • Surgical resuscitation area
  • Medical resuscitation area
  • Surgical minor OT (modular)
  • Emergency modular OT
  • Emergency septic OT
  • High Dependency Unit
  • Emergency ICU
  • Emergency dialysis unit
  • Pharmacy
  • Central oxygen and suction facility
  • Doctor’s Room
  • Nursing station
  • Plaster Room
  • X-ray room
  • USG room
  • Waiting area for relatives with patients
  • Biomedical engineer room
  • Insurance cell (PM-JAY)
  • Refreshment Stall
  • VIP and VVIP rooms

Diagnostic Facilities

  • Rapid antigen testing facility
  • ECG
  • X-Ray
  • Ultrasonography (Portable)
  • CT-Scan, MRI
  • Emergency laboratory facility
  • 2D ECHO

Supportive Facilities

  • Ambulance Service
  • Security services
  • Police Station
  • CCTV supervision
  • PRO
  • Phone call facility
  • Disaster preparedness and control room
  • Media corner
  • Fire Safety services
  • Volunteer service
  • Generator facility and electric room
  • Cold storage and Post-mortem room
  • CSSD services

Biomedical waste disposal department?

Operative Facilities

  1. Well Equipped modular operation theatres
  2. IITV

Critical Care Facility

  1. Ventilators
  2. Continuous vital sign monitoring
  4. Liaison with organ donation bank

Blood Bank

  1. Blood and various blood components available
  2. Plasmapheresis

2. Human Resource

  • Consultants
  • All BroadSpeciality and super speciality consultants available 24*7
  • Resident Doctors
  1. Senior residents
  2. Postgraduate junior residents
  3. Interns

Emergency Medical Officer

  • EMO as first responder at triage area

Paramedical staff

  • Nurses on shift duty/ EMT trained
  • Technicians (X-Ray, ECG, OT, Sample collection), Clerk, Computer Operator, Servant, Sweeper)
  • Physiotherapist
  • Biomedical engineers

Supportive staff

  • Clerical staff
  • Security Staff
  • Class IV Staff (Sweepers and Servants)

Teaching staff information:




Dr.Chirag J. Patel

Dr.Shruti V. Sangani

Dr.Jigarkumar B. Gosai

Dr. Sonal Amit Badreshia

Dr.Srushtiben R Patel

Dr.Brijesh S Goswami

M.S. General Surgery

M.D. Anesthesia

M.D. Anesthesia

M.D. Emergency Medicine

M.D. Emergency Medicine

M.D. Emergency Medicine

Professor& Head

Associate professor

Associate professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Emergency Medical Officer

  1. Dr.Vipul Chasiya
  2. Dr.Krunal Patel
  3. Dr.Dilip Gosai
  4. Dr.Vijya Amin
  5. Dr.Komal Damor
  6. Dr.Roshan Asari (BONDED)

Supportive Staff

Clerical Staff

Junior Clerk:Rajnikant A Parmar

Class 4 Staff(Peon):Sonal M.Parmar