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PSYCHIATRIC CENTER

About us

Psychiatric Centre, Jaipur is the premier institute of the state for treatment and care of mentally ill established in 1952. The centre was started with bed strength of 180 with an outpatient attendance of 190 per annum and annual turnover of 105 indoor patients in the year 1952. At present the hospital has total bed strength of 280 in door patients, 32 in emergency ward and 20 in de-addiction ward). The hospital has an annual 20,000 indoor admission and an outpatients' attendance of nearly 1 lac per annum.

The centre caters patients from Rajasthan as well as adjacent states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and State of Delhi. The admission facilities in the centre are free to every person irrespective of the state. The medicines are distributed free of cost to all the indoor as well as outdoor patients.

Faculty

1) Teaching

S.No.

Name of Doctor

Name of Department/Post

Telephone No.

Office

Mob.

Res.

1

Dr. Pradeep Sharma

Professor & Unit Head& Supdt

2613737

93146-23284

2620033

2

Dr. Sanjay Jain

Professor

2613737

98290-64858

2721532

3

Dr. Paramjeet Singh

Professor

2613737

98290-53600

2654524

4

Dr. Alok Tyagi

Professor

2613737

94133-55115

 

5

Dr. I.D.Gupta

Professor

2613737

93145-02979

2359900

6

Dr. Lalit Batra

Professor

2613737

94140-48290

9314048290

7

Dr.Yogesh Satija

Professor

2613737

9414074437

2614378

8

Dr. Mahendra Jain

Professor

-

-

-

9

Dr. Anil Tambi

Assoc. Professor

2613737

93146-01439

2525506

10

Dr. Suresh Gupta

Assoc. Professor

2613737

98294-66650

2363879

11

Dr. Gorav Rajendra

Asstt. Prof.

 

 

 

12

Dr. Gunjan

Asstt. Prof.

 

 

 


2) Non Teaching

Name of Doctor

Name of Department/Post

Telephone No.

Office

Mob.

Dr. Ravi Prakash Mathur

Deputy superintendent

2613737

7742185649

Dr. U S Chuhan

Jr. Specialist Psychiatry

2613737

9351250090

Dr.Daya Ram Swami

Jr. Specialist Psychiatry

2613737

9414053245

Dr.Rajesh Sharma

MO (MD Psychiatry)

2613737

9829887716

Dr.Arvind Jinger

MO (MD Psychiatry)

2613737

9413439188

Dr. Gunjan Solanki

MO (MD Psychiatry)

2613737

9414404247

Dr Virendra

MO (MD Psychiatry)

2613737

9414403037

Dr. Ramgopal

MO

2613737

9314622204

Dr. Rahul Gupta

MO

2613737

9413616088

Dr. Neeraj Garg

MO

 

9460547824

Dr. Girdhari

MO

2613737

9414772483

Facilities

OPD services

1) At Psychiatric centre (Daily)

Day

Unit

Monday

Unit-1

Tuesday

Unit-2

Wednesday

Unit-3

Thursday

Unit-4

Friday

1st & 3rd Friday - Unit-2
2nd & 4th Friday - Unit-4

Saturday

1st & 3rd Saturday - Unit-1
2nd & 4th Saturday - Unit-3

Sunday

Consecutive units

2) General Hospital Psychiatric Clinic at SMS hospital

Day

Unit

Monday

Dr. Suresh Gupta
Dr. I D Gupta

Tuesday

Dr. Yogesh Satija
Dr. Lalit Batra

Wednesday

Dr. Pradeep Sharma
Dr. Anil Tambi

Thursday

Dr. Sanjay Jain

Friday

Dr. Paramjeet Singh

Saturday

Dr. Alok Tyagi


3) Speciality clinics:
(Daily)
  • Child guidance clinic
  • Geriatric psychiatric care clinic
  • Sleep clinic
  • Memory clinic
  • Psychosexual clinic
  • Headache clinic

4) Indoor services

The admission facility in the open emergency ward is available round the clock. Currently a 20-bedded de-addiction ward is functional at SMS Hospital.

5) Rehabilitation centre

There is a separate rehabilitation centre for occupational therapy, where patients are given opportunity to work and learn some skills according to their aptitude and therapeutic needs, patients are being involved in the work of carpentry, canning, gardening, painting, in kitchen work, making paper bags for the distribution of medicines in the outpatients department.

6) Family therapy centre

7) Investigation

  • The Centre has facilities for routine biochemical and pathological testing,
    ECG
    EEG.
  • Bio-feedback apparatus has been added to the department in the year 1996-1997
  • Disability certification: for Mental retardation and Psychiatric Disability

Teaching and training:

The department is imparting training to both undergraduates and postgraduate student. The training involves theory classes as well as clinical work in outpatient departments.

The postgraduate course in psychiatry (MD) was started at Jaipur in the year 1979. At present every year 5 new students are registered for the MD (Psychiatry).

Post graduate teaching

Monday

Case presentation

Tuesday

Seminar

Wednesday

Presentation by senior residents

Thursday

Case presentation

Friday

Tutorials

Saturday

Journal club

The postgraduate students also undergo training in Neurology, Child Psychiatry, De-addiction Centre and Neuro-radiology.

The students of B.Sc. Nursing come to the centre for their practical training in psychiatry.

The students of Psychology and General Nursing, from within the state and outside, visit the centre for the purpose of teaching and clinical work.

The centre has also been recognized as one of the five regional centres for the implementation of National Mental Health Program (NMHP) of India in the year 1996-1997.

Two training programs for the trainers have been organized in the same year, wherein doctors from all the six medical colleges and five district headquarters received the training. Sikar was identified as the district for the implementation of District Mental Health Program under NMHP. Under the training of trainers program supported by Government of India, Psychiatrists from Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi were trained.

The department also organizes de-addiction camps in the community with the co-operations of voluntary organization. The center was also given the responsibility of training of doctors from PHC's in de-addiction management.

School Mental Health Program has also been initiated by the department and an awareness building program for mental illnesses and drug abuse prevention in school going children has been initiated. A training program for the school teachers was also organized for their orientation and role as counsellors in emotional and behavioural problems of school children.

Departmental Research

There are ample opportunities for research in Psychiatry and related disciplines in behavioural sciences at the centre. The postgraduate students through their work on the dissertations are also taught the basic principle of research methodology.

The centre has been actively involved in psychiatric research. Two projects supported by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), one projects supported by Mental Health Foundation, United Kingdom (Jaipur-London project) apart from the regular departmental research have been completed. The centre has also participated in the World Health Organization (WHO) field trials for International Classification of Diseases, putting this department on the world map of Mental Health.

Apart from this many other research activities are going on in the centre. Nearly 200 scientific research papers have been published and presented by the members of the faculty in National and International journals and conferences. Author has received various prestigious awards namely Bhagwat Award, Marfatia Award, Tilak Venkoba Rao Oration Award, Poona Psychiatric Association Award at National Level and International New Horizon Award for work in de-addiction and drug awareness.

Important Conferences, Seminars and Workshop Organized by the Department of Psychiatry

  1. World Psychiatric Association Symposia and Regional conference 1986, 1998.
  2. Annual National Conferences of Indian Psychiatric Society 2003.
  3. North Zone Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society 2003.
  4. National Mid-term CME of Indian Psychiatric Society (Tradition was initiated from Jaipur) 1990 and 1996.
  5. National workshop on 'Psychiatry Law and Society' of Indian Psychiatric Society 1989.
  6. National Workshop on 'Clinical Practice Guidelines for Psychiatrists in India' of Indian Psychiatric Society 2004 and 2005.
  7. Training of Trainers Program supported by Government of India organized in 1996, 1997. Trainees included psychiatrists from Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.
  8. Several State Conferences and Workshops of Rajasthan Psychiatric Society have been organized (1984, 2003, 2005).
  9. PG development Programme (North Zone)- 2008
  10. Annual National Conferences of Indian Psychiatric Society 2010.

Publication of Dr. Paramjeet Singh

  1. Role of media in society: - A Psychiatric perspective.R.K. Solanki, Acknowledgment: Dr. Paramjeet Singh
  2. Efficacy and tolerability of injectable sodium valprate in patients with mania. R.K. Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Renu Khandelwal, Aarti Midha. Indian Journal of Psychiatry. Vol. 48, no. 2, 118-120, April-June 2006
  3. Pattern and legal consequences in hopitalised drug abusers. R.K. Solanki, D.R. Swami, Paramjeet Singh, Ravi Gupta, Navendu Gaur. Journal of mental health & human behavior Vol. 12 no. 2, Sep. 2007, Page no. 72-76
  4. Clozapine current perspective. Ram K. Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Mukesh K. Swami, Indian Journal of psychiatry, Vol. 49, no. 4, Oct.-Dec. 2007, Page no. 271-275
  5. Psychiatric correlates of obesity in women & its impact of quality of life. Dr. Ram K. Solanki A. Paliwal Paramjeet Singh, Mukesh Swami, Aarti Midha.Ind. J. of Psychological medicine (2008) Jan-June (Vol 30) Issue I 52-58
  6. Mania with & without Psychotic features- A nosological Dilemma R.K.Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Deepti Munshi Journal of Mental Health & Human behavior 2008, Vol13 No. 88-94
  7. Schizophrenia: Impact on Qol- R.K.Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Aarti Midha, Karan Chugh. Indian Journal of Psychiatry Vol 50, No.3, 186-186]
  8. BIS-11, Hindi Version: A preliminary study of Impulsivity in Rural & urban Indian Adolelcents. Paramjeet Singh, R.K.Solanki, P.S. Bhatnagar. Indian Journal of Psychiatry April-June Vol 50, No.2 96-99
  9. Neurocogniive Impairment in patients of Diabetes Mellitus. R.K.Solanki, V.Dube, P.Singh, Deepti Munshi, Mukesh Swami. Journal of Mental Health & Human Behavior Vol. 14. No. 1 46-50, March 2009
  10. Current perspective in the treatment of resistant schizophrenia.(A review article) Indian Journal of Psychiatry-upcoming issue, 2009. R.K.Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Deepti Munshi
  11. Response of biofeedback on comorbid anxiety and depression associated with conversion disorder. R.K. Solanki, Abhay Paliwal, Paramjeet Singh Journal of Mental Health & Human Behaviour Vol. 6 No.2, Sep. 2002, 147-152
  12. Quality of life in depressed patients : A strategic marker of treatment outcome. R.K. Solanki, Paramjeet Singh, Aarti Gauri Journal of mental health & human behaviour Vol.

Publications of Dr. I. D. Gupta

  1. I D Gupta, Shiv Gautam, P. Kamal (1992): General Practitioners' attitude towards psychiatric disorder and psychiatric patients. Indian J. Psychiat 1992 , 34 (2), 140-144.
  2. I D Gupta, Shiv Gautam, P. Kamal, Sudhir, A.Bhargawa (1996): Post Hysterectomy Anxiety & Depression.
  3. Gupta ID, CP Bairwa, Shiv Gautam (1997): Psychiatric morbidity among industrial workers Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 1997, Vol. 39, pp. 21.
  4. Gupta ID, CP Bairwa, Shiv Gautam (1997): Psychiatric morbidity among Victins of Bumb Blast.
  5. Shiv Gautam, C P Bairwa, I D Gupta (1997): Absenteeism in industries- A psychiatric study Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 1997, Vol. 39, pp. 23.
  6. Shiv Gautam, I D gupta, Lalit Batra, H Sharma, R Khandelwal, A Pant (1998): Psychiatric morbidity among victims of bomb blast. Indian J. Psychiat. 1998, 40 (1), pp 41-45.
  7. Nijhawan M, Shiv Gautam, ID Gupta, P Kamal (1998): Psychiatric aspects of recurrent pain abdomen in children Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 1998, Vol. 40, pp. 33.
  8. Shiv Gautam , Nijhawan M, ID Gupta, R Yadav (1998): Knowledge and attitude towards mental illness and drug abuse in school children. Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 1998, Vol. 40, pp. 62.
  9. Nijhawan M, ID Gupta, P Kamal (1999): A study of Psychosocial Factors & Family environment leading to drug dependence in slum areas of Jaipur city.
  10. Shiv Gautam, M. Nijhawan, S. Jain, I D Gupta, Lalit Batra, P. Kamal, A Mordia (2000): Motivational factors for starting and leaving drugs: A study from a Deaddiction centre: Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 2000, Vol. 42, pp. 23.
  11. Shiv Gautam, M. Nijhawan, S. Jain, I D Gupta, Lalit Batra, P. Kamal, A Mordia (2000) : Changing pattern of drug dependence: Indian J. Psychiat, Supplement abstracts 2000, Vol. 42, pp. 23.
  12. Shiv Gautam, M. Nijhawan, S. Jain, I D Gupta, Lalit Batra, P. Kamal, A Mordia (2000) : A Study of Psychosocial Factors in Patients in deaddiction Centre.
  13. I D Gupta, Lalit Batra Poorv Middha (2001): Impact of Family environment , social support & Quality of Life on Schizophrenics.
  14. Shiv Gautam, Jai Singh, Amit Nijhawan, I.D.Gupta, (2005) Different Trends in Phenomenology of First Episod Psychosis presented at the Annual national conference of Indian psychiatric society Chandigarh,January,2005.
  15. Shiv Gautam1, Dr.I.D.Gupta2, Dr.Veer Bhan Lal (2005) Helpseeking Adolescents at psychiatric clinic. presented at the Annual national conference of Indian psychiatric society Chandigarh, January,2005.
  16. ShivGautam, Jai Singh, Amit Nijhawan, I.D.Gupta, Veerbhan psychiatric Clinic, Jaipur.(2005)Factors influencing onset of first episode psychosis. Role of premoribid Personality traits, stressful life events and substancemisuse. Presented at the Annual national conference of Indian psychiatric society Chandigarh, January,2005.
  17. Dr. Shiv Gautam, Dr. I.D. Gupta (2008) Substance abuse disorders -Child & adolescent psychiatry clinical practice guidelines for psychiatrists in India. Published by: Indian Psychiatric Society.
  18. Pathway to psychiatric care in a tertiary mental health facility in Jaipur, India. Nikhil Jain, Dr.Shiv Gautam, Sanjay Jain, Dr.I.D.Gupta, Lalit Batra, Rajesh Shrma, Harful Singh. Published in Asian Journal of Psychiatry Pg- 303-308
  19. Development of Jaipur Stigma Questionnaire: A culturally relevant tool to assess stigma in contemporary Indan context. Dr.Shiv Gautam, Dr.I.D.Gupta, Nikhil Jain, Harful Singh. Published in Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour: 2011: 16(2) Pg, 102-109
  20. Study of insomnia and associated factors in traumatic brain injury
  21. Akhilesh Jain, R.S. Mittal, Achal Sharma, Anand Sharma, I.D. Gupta :Study of insomnia and associated factors in traumatic brain injury, Asian Journal of Psychiatry 8 (2014) 99103

 

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