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SN Medical College, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Address:Mahatma Gandhi Road
Agra (District Agra)
Uttar Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 282002


SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh was established on / in 1939.


Principal of SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is Prof. N. C. Prajapati.

SN Medical College is situated in Agra of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Agra comes under Agra Tehsil, Agra District.

Fax # of SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is 0562-2260353, 2260965.

Contact Person(s) of the SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is (are): Bhupendra Singh.

email ID(s) is SN Medical College Agra Uttar Pradesh

Website of SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is www.snmcagra.in.


Contact Details of SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-562-2260353



Courses

Number of seats in SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh is 128.
SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh runs course(s) in Medical, Pharmacy stream(s).
Diploma in Anesthesia
Diploma in Child Health
Diploma in Clinical Pathology
Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Diploma in Ophthalmology
Diploma in Orthopaedics
Diploma in Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases
MBBS
MD - Anaesthesiology
MD - Anatomy
MD - Forensic Medicine
MD - General Medicine
MD - Pharmacology
MD - Psychiatry
MD - Radiology
MD - Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
MS - Anatomy
MS - General Surgery
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaechology
MS - Ophthalmology
D.Pharm

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Media coverage of SN Medical College, Agra Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh

Relatives, junior doctors clash over patients death

Agra: Five junior doctors were injured, two of them seriously, in a clash between the junior doctors group and relatives of a truck driver after he died while undergoing treatment at SN Medical College in the wee hours of Tuesday, the police said.Rajveer, truck driver, was admitted to the emergency ward of the hospital after he got injured in an accident on Sunday. His legs had to be amputated, following which his condition deteriorated and he died, Principal Dharm Singh said.Later, relatives of the truck driver started beating junior doctors alleging that Rajveer died because of lack of proper treatment after which a clash broke out between the two groups, he said.Hospital furniture and vehicles of patients relatives were damaged during the incident, Singh said adding that Manoj and Pradeep were admitted in a hospital and their condition was critical.

The police, led by Superintendent of Police (SP) Ashok Prasad, reached the spot and efforts are on to pacify the junior doctors.

Relatives, junior doctors clash over patients death

Agra: Five junior doctors were injured, two of them seriously, in a clash between the junior doctors group and relatives of a truck driver after he died while undergoing treatment at SN Medical College in the wee hours of Tuesday, the police said.Rajveer, truck driver, was admitted to the emergency ward of the hospital after he got injured in an accident on Sunday. His legs had to be amputated, following which his condition deteriorated and he died, Principal Dharm Singh said.Later, relatives of the truck driver started beating junior doctors alleging that Rajveer died because of lack of proper treatment after which a clash broke out between the two groups, he said.Hospital furniture and vehicles of patients relatives were damaged during the incident, Singh said adding that Manoj and Pradeep were admitted in a hospital and their condition was critical.

The police, led by Superintendent of Police (SP) Ashok Prasad, reached the spot and efforts are on to pacify the junior doctors.

Man castrated in UP jail, probe launched

Agra: A 24-year-old man, who was allegedly assaulted and castrated by his two co-prisoners in Mainpuri district jail in Uttar Pradesh, was on Thursday shifted to the general ward after surgery at a hospital.Jail Superintendent R.K. Singh said Rajeev was attacked and was admitted to SN Medical College (in Agra) on Wednesday.

This morning, he has been shifted to the general ward. The DIG (deputy inspector general) visited the jail on Wednesday, and an inquiry is under way.Jail authorities said Rajeev, a resident of Mainpuri, had committed the cut on himself out of guilt, but added that an inquiry was on.Rajeevs cousin Babloo Yadav said, How is it possible when they do not permit anyone with anything inside the jail premises, not even blades or knives? He was attacked by some people within the jail.Yadav said Rajeev was booked by police some days ago for his alleged involvement with a girl. Those people had warned him of dire consequences.Doctors at the SN Medical College said Rajeev was out of danger, but would take some time to recover.

His family has denied his involvement with any girl and said he was in Lucknow for an examination.

Protests erupt in Agra as botched abortion victim dies

Agra: As activists continued protests against quacks and the administration kept up raids on illegally-running nursing homes with unqualified personnel, a 29-year-old woman died here on Friday – a fortnight after a botched abortion led to complications and eventually removal of her intestines.Manisha died in the ICU of SN Medical College on Friday morning. Her husband Bhoori Singh sold his land and all the valuables for her treatment but to no avail, as doctors could do nothing to save her.The woman was admitted to a local nursing home in the trans-Yamuna area for an abortion. After her case got complicated, family members took her to at least three other nursing homes and a private hospital before she ended up at the medical college, but without any hope of survival.As her condition deteriorated, Manisha was transferred to Shringar Nursing Home, where Dr KP Singh and nurse Reena carried out an operation for abortion and in the process, damaged her intestines and womb. To save her life, her intestines were taken out.When her blood loss could not be stopped, she was transferred to Vidhyawati Nursing Home and from there to Krishna Nursing Home and from there to Pushpanjali Hospital, before finally landing at the medical college.But even the doctors there had no idea how to treat a patient who had no intestines. How would she ever survive without intestines? Drip is a temporary solution, the doctors told senior police and administrative officials.
A police investigation in the sequence of events is on and the whole city has been fuming with anger against doctors. The doctor and nurse, who allegedly carried out the botched abortion, are on the run and untraced.
Womens groups in the city have been holding demonstrations for the past one week. The state health department has carried out extensive checks and some nursing homes have been sealed, while a large number of quacks have locked their shops and disappeared.The Agra chapter of the Indian Medical Association has asked for stringent measures against quacks.Due to the greed of a few, the whole profession gets a bad name, lamented a retired professor of the medical college.

Woman gives birth outside hospital, baby dies

Agra: A female labourer gave birth under a tree in this Uttar Pradesh city after a hospital refused to admit her. The baby died immediately after birth and the woman was admitted to the hospital after her family created a ruckus.The incident took place early on Tuesday outside the gynecology ward of SN Medical College.Lalloo Singh, from Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh, said he had come with his family to Agra only a few months ago. On Monday evening, he brought his pregnant wife Toli, 30, to the hospital.
The staff said the doctors would come only in the morning and advised him to go to Lady Loyal Hospital.When he went to the other hospital, he was told that it was a complicated case therefore he should go back to the medical college.According to Singh, he came back with his wife and waited for the doctors but Toli went into labour outside the out-patient department (OPD) under a tree. The new-born died immediately after birth which led to the family members creating a ruckus.The college authorities on Wednesday constituted a three-member committee headed by Mukesh Chandra, a professor, to look into the incident.The head of the gynecology department, Saroj Singh has, however, denied the charges by family members.She said that the foetus was only seven months old and the head had not fully formed, therefore the death.

Panel into deaths of 9 pregnant women

The committee constituted by the S N Medical College administration has on Wednesday initiated its inquiry into the deaths of nine pregnant women in the Umaid Hospital here in past 10 days.

On the other hand, the state government has also constituted a two-member panel comprising of Obstetricians (doctors who specialise in womens health).

The divisional commissioner of Jodhpur has also sought a report from the hospital on the death of each woman.

The deaths of nine pregnant women between 13 February till yesterday in Umaid Hospital and MG Hospital has triggered panic.

The primary reason that has come to the fore is excessive bleeding in all of these women, which they occurred delivering the child, Superintendent of the Umaid Hospital Narendra Changani said.

Man castrated in Uttar Pradesh jail, probe launched

Man castrated in Uttar Pradesh jail, probe launched

A 24-year-old man, who was allegedly assaulted and castrated by his two co-prisoners in Mainpuri district jail in Uttar Pradesh, was on Thursday shifted to the general ward after surgery at a hospital here, police said.

Rajeev was attacked and was admitted to S.N. Medical College (in Agra) on Wednesday. This morning, he has been shifted to the general ward. The DIG (deputy inspector general) visited the jail on Wednesday, and an inquiry is under way, Jail Superintendent R.K. Singh told on phone from Mainpuri, some 75 km from here.

Jail authorities said Rajeev, a resident of Mainpuri, had committed the cut on himself out of guilt, but added that an inquiry was on.

Rajeevs cousin Babloo Yadav, however, told IANS: How is it possible when they do not permit anyone with anything inside the jail premises, not even blades or knives? He was attacked by some people within the jail.

Rajeev was booked by police some days ago for his alleged involvement with a girl. Those people had warned him of dire consequences, Yadav said.

Doctors at the S.N. Medical College said Rajeev was out of danger, but would take some time to recover.

His family has denied his involvement with any girl and said he was in Lucknow for an examination.

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