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Forensic Medicine



Location -

Ground Floor, Old Casualty Building

Contact Us -

Ext.166/167

Teaching Faculty

Non Teaching Staff

Activities of the Department

Sections or Branches of Department

Ante- mortem medico legal work
  • Determination of age in criminal and civil cases, examination of accused of sexual assault, injury certification, expert opinion on the hospital related medicolegal issues, guidance to other departments in medicolegal cases.
Postmortem work
  • Postmortem examination (medicolegal autopsies) of deceased referred to postmortem center from various police stations in western suburbs.
Services provided by department
Undergraduate Medical Education
  • Conducting Lectures, Practicals, Autopsy Demonstrations, Seminars Workshop, Internal and University examinations.
New services started since 2015
  • Postmortem examination of medico-legal deaths, injury reports, examination of accused of sexual assault, Age determination of criminal and civil cases
Medico-legal work
Ante Mortem Medicolegal Work
  • Conducting Lectures, Practicals, Autopsy Demonstrations, Seminars Workshop, Internal and University examinations.
Postmortem Work
  • Postmortem examination (medicolegal autopsies) of deceased referred to postmortem center from various police station in western suburbs.
EXTRA CURRICULAR
Dr. Rajesh B Sukhdeve
  • Guidance to hospital and college administration for handling the medico-legal cases of institution.
Dr. Sachin Sonawane
  • Member of Anti-Ragging Committee
  • Member of Institutional Ethics Committee
  • Co-ordination with outside agencies like Police department in case of any help needed from them.
Dr. Shivkumar Kolle
  • Member of Institutional Disaster Management Committee
  • RMO wardenship
  • Guest house management
Dr. Sarah Al Hinnawi
  • Member of Committee of Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Workplace Committee
  • Assistant RMO Warden

CME/ Conferences/ Training/workshop conducted by department

  1. Organized and conducted the CME on “ Be Lawgical” in 2016.
  2. Organized National Annual Conference as joint organizing secretary at Powai, Mumbai.
  3. Sensitization cum training programme on examination of survivors in sexual assault cases of POCSO on 29/08/2018.
  4. Conducted “Jagrut Mumbaikar-Citizen’s Awareness Program” in our hospital on 24/10/2018.
  5. Sensitization cum Training Programme in cases POCSO 2018
  6. Conducted awareness programme on drug abuse in association with Central Bureau of Narcotics “Drugs and Addiction–Do you know enough?” on 24/05/2017
  7. Conducted of Institute of Forensic Sciences, Mumbai students 2017-18
Sr No. Time Topic Speaker
1 11.00 am-11.15 am Introduction Dr. Rajesh B. Sukhadeve Prof .and (MS), Dr. Reena Wani Prof & HOD OBGY
2 11.15 am -11.30am Overview of Protection of children from sexual offense act 2012 Dr. Sachin S. Sonawane Asso. Prof. and I/C HOD FMT
3 11.30 am- 12.15 am Examination of survivors in POCSO cases Dr. Rashmi Jalvee, Dr. Komal Bhengale, Dr. Siddesh Iyer, Assistant professors OBGY
4 12.15 am – 12.45 pm Collection and Preservation of evidences (samples) in POCSO cases Dr. Sarah Hinnawi, Assistant Professor Dept. Forensic medicine
5 12.15 am – 12.45 pm Report writing in POCSO cases Dr. Shivkumar Kolle, Assistant professor Dept. Forensic medicine

Postgraduate

Initiated the process for post graduate course

Participated for the year 2017-18

Enrollment For One Year pg Course of Disaster Management
  • Academics (teaching schedules /practical /clinical posting for student)
  • Research activity by department/faculty
  • Emergency services
  • Surgical procedure

Vision of Department

  • Establish as the center of excellence in the medico legal work in western suburbs
  • Develop the poison information
  • Develop Virtual Autopsy
  • Establishing DNA profiling

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Teaching Faculty

Current Update Feb,2020
Sr No. Time Topic Speaker
1 11.00 am-11.15 am Introduction Dr. Rajesh B. Sukhadeve Prof .and (MS), Dr. Reena Wani Prof & HOD OBGY
2 11.15 am -11.30am Overview of Protection of children from sexual offense act 2012 Dr. Sachin S. Sonawane Asso. Prof. and I/C HOD FMT
3 11.30 am- 12.15 am Examination of survivors in POCSO cases Dr. Rashmi Jalvee, Dr. Komal Bhengale, Dr. Siddesh Iyer, Assistant professors OBGY
4 12.15 am – 12.45 pm Collection and Preservation of evidences (samples) in POCSO cases Dr. Sarah Hinnawi, Assistant Professor Dept. Forensic medicine
5 12.15 am – 12.45 pm Report writing in POCSO cases Dr. Shivkumar Kolle, Assistant professor Dept. Forensic medicine

2. Sections or branches:

Critical Care, Geriatrics, Rheumatology, Hematology, Cardiology, Diabetes, Endocrinology, Neurology, ART

3. Location and Time for OPD and days if any

Location: OPD 3, B Wing, Upper Ground Floor, Hospital Building
OPD Day
General Medicine Mon-Sat 8 – 11am
Geriatric Wed 11am – 1pm
Rheumatology Tues 12:30 – 2:30pm
Hematology Wed 1:30 – 3:30pm
Cardiology Thurs 11am – 1pm
Diabetes Fri 1:30 – 3:30pm
Endocrinology Sat 1:30 – 3:30pm
Neurology Fri 11am – 1pm
ART Daily 8am – 11am

4. Services offered:

Out Patient Services, In Patient Services, Intensive Care Services, Geriatrics, Rheumatology, Hematology, Cardiology, Diabetes, Endocrinology, Neurology, ART Services

5. Activities of the department

  1. Academics: Undergraduate Courses: MBBS, Postgraduate Courses: DNB
  2. Research: 14 ongoing research projects in which there is active participation of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
  3. Patient care, outpatient and inpatient: OPD: As above IPD: 2 male and 2 female wards on 6th Floor, Hospital Building. Total Beds:150

6. Emergency services: Available 24 X 7 on Ground Floor, Hospital Building

7. Surgical procedure: NA

8. CME, Conferences: In 2017

S.No CMEs/Conferences/Seminar/Workshops Date of CME
1 CME on Avian Influenza 14/1/2017
2 CME on Needle Stick Injury 10/3/2017
3 CME on H1N1 Influenza 5/7/2017
4 Regional Rheumatology Quiz 14/8/2017
5 Updates on Stroke 7/10/2017

9. New services started in the year 2017: Neurology OPD

10.The vision of department:

  1. Starting New OPDs: Obesity OPD: Due to increasing the incidence of Obesity in the population and associated metabolic illnesses. All metabolic illnesses like Hypertension, Diabetes, Dyslipidemia will be attended to. Also, coordination with other departments like Diet, OT/PT, Surgery will be done Women’s Wellness: For health problems faced by Post and Perimenopausal females. Comprehensive Diabetes OPD: Increasing the scope of Diabetes OPD to manage complications like neuropathy, diabetic foot, vasculopathy.
  2. ART Centre: Increasing the scope of ART center to provide Second-Line ART in association with MDACS.
  3. New Courses: Starting new courses
      • MD in General Medicine.
      • Fellowship courses in Diabetes, Geriatrics, Rheumatology, Critical Care
  4. Nephrology
    • Starting Nephrology OPD
    • Providing Dialysis Services.
  5. UG Teaching: Newer methods of teaching like increasing student feedback, role play, symposium, group discussions, simulation rather than conventional lectures.
  6. UG Teaching: Newer methods of teaching like increasing student feedback, role play, symposium, group discussions, simulation rather than conventional lectures.

Labeled photographs of activities (CME/Conferences/workshops) conducted by department.

Non Teaching Faculty