Radiology

Department of Radiology​

NAME:Dr. A. Venkateshwaran,MD
EMAIL: venkateshwaran81@gmail.com
Contact Number :9894688888
Experience :9 years
Publications :International – 2——–National – 4
Area Of Interest
  • Neuroradiology
  • Uroradiology
Expertise:
  • Computerised tomography (CT) scan
  • Magnetic resource imaging (MRI) scan
Achievements
  • Paper Presentation – Diagnostic accuracy of high frequency ultrasound and doppler in detecting malignantsolitary thyroid nodule in international congress of radiology (ICR), in Dubai(2014).

Name

Designation

Name of the Department

Year of Appointment

Dr A Venkateshwaran

 Professor and HOD

Radiology

08.07.2019

Dr. R. Sundara Raja Perumal

Associate Professor

Radiology

05.07.2018

Dr. Shaikh Farid

Associate Professor

Radiology

22.06.2018

Dr. Sidhu Ganesh

Assistant Professor

Radiology

27.06.2018

Dr. Vivek. K

Assistant professor

Radiology

09.07.2018

Dr R. Karthiek Yennabathina

Senior  Resident

Radiology

11.08.2018

Dr Ruthira Eashant

Senior  Resident

Radiology

3.1.2019

Dr. Prabhu

Senior  Resident

Radiology

06.05.2019

Dr. P Nizarul Haq

Senior  Resident

Radiology

01.07.2019

In contributing to achieve the national goal of “Health for all”, the Department of Community Medicine imparts community oriented teaching for MBBS students so as to produce “competent physicians of first contact” and also a skilled and motivated basic doctor. Department has well developed interesting laboratories set up with daily usage materials for teaching and training students for better understanding of community oriented subject knowledge. Department has many community oriented practice of skills and attitude for students. Field practice areas for the MBBS students have been developed in the Pulipakkam village and in Anna nagar, Chengalpattu where the Rural Health Training Centre and Urban Health Training Centre are functioning respectively. The Rural Health Training Centre in Pulipakkam has accommodation and mess facilities for the students, resident doctor and the staff nurse, in order to provide round the clock service for the local population.

Education – through the provision and development of educational programs for residents, medical students, allied health professionals, undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students in Cancer Biology and other areas of basic, translational and clinical science, practising health professionals and the public at large.

Research – Through the development of new knowledge in basic, translational and clinical sciences, health policy, outcome-based research and health education.

Clinical Care – through the development, maintenance and practice of knowledge and outcome, based medicine in the subspecialty of pathology and through interactive programs and practice which improve medical practice and patient outcome for all patients served by KIMS.

 

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