• Al- Ameen Charitable Fund Trust

  • No.3, Miller Tank Bund Road, Off Cunningham Road Bangalore - 560052
  • 41248201 / 41248202 Fax : 91-80-41248203
  • info@alameenmedical.org

Al-Ameen Dental College Hospital


Hospital PBX: 91-8352-270250/270113/270253
Dean, Al-Ameen Medical College Hospital: 91-8352-270251 (Tele Fax)

Important Phone Numbers
Deputy Superintendent (Adm) 91-8352-270252
Deputy Superintendent (Adm) 91-8352-270250/270113/270253
Casualty Medical Officer Extn : 202
ICCU Extn : 323
Casualty and Trauma Center
OT Extn : 313
General Medicine Extn : 319 & 320
General Surgery Extn : 317
Neurosurgery Extn : 309
Orthopedic Surgery Extn : 253
Radiodiagnosis Extn : 318 & 233
C T Scan Extn : 260
Pathology Extn : 230
Biochemistry Extn : 315
Physiotherapy Extn : 314
Ophthalmology Extn : 211
Pharmacy Extn : 321
Anesthesia Extn : 201
ENT Extn : 259

Al-Ameen Medical college Hospital (AMCH) is situated in the periphery of Bijapur city near historical "Sangeet Mahal" of the then Adil Shahi Kingdom.. It is linked to all parts of the city by public transport systems such as KSRTC bus, Auto Rickshaw and Mini cabs.

The Hospital has facilities for all the medical investigations like histopathology, cytology, hematology, biochemistry, serology, microbiology, radiology including ultrasound and computed tomography, electroencephalogram, nerve conduction velocity, electromyogram, evoked responses, audiometry, electroretinogram, hemodialysis, endoscopy etc. medical Intensive Care, Intensive Coronary Care and Neuro intensive care facilities are also available. Apart from these a full fledged Blood Bank and a Trauma center run round the clock. This hospital also has qualified Urology consultant .

Special Room: There are a total of special rooms available in the hospital. All these rooms are air conditioned. They have an attached toilet, a telephone, a refrigerator and has a provision for the stay of an attendant. They are allotted on the recommendation of the treating consultant directly from OPD or by transfer from a general ward. Operation fee and other fees are charged as decided by the Hospital Board of Management from time to time.

There are five Operation Theatres (OT) in the hospital which includes one Neuro-Surgery OT , one General Surgery OT, one Orthopedic OT, one ENT OT and one Ophthalmology OT. Obstetrics & Gynecology OT is in the separate Al-Ameen Women & Children Hospital.

Intensive Care Units: Intensive Care Units of this hospital regulates Medicine, Neurosurgery, Surgery and cardiology division. All these intensive care units and Operation Theatres are connected with Central Gas line which is located in the ground floor of the hospital.

There are facilities for Physiotherapy for OPD and indoor patients in the Departments of Orthopedics, Paraplegia Unit, Neurosurgery unit, cardiology unit, and General Medicine unit. Facilities are also available for Dermatotherapy under the supervision of Dermatology unit.

Emergency Pathology Services for indoor patients operate from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Besides this, all routine pathological tests are done between 10 am and 5 pm in the Department of Pathology under Dr.A.M.Patil [Phones: 270055 Extn. (O); (R)] and all microbiological tests in the Department of Microbiology under Dr.Altaf Quadri [Phones: 270055 Extn (O); (R)]. Round the clock X-Ray and CT scan services are available for both outdoor and indoor patients under the supervision of Dr.Ramesh Mankade [ Tel. ]

An Artificial Limb Center functions under the supervision of Department of Orthopedic.

Ambulances are available round the clock for patients. Ambulance can be arranged through the Dean of the hospital. Phone: / PBX Ext 208.

Meals: The hospital provides meals free of cost to all poor and destitute patients as per the recommendation of the treating physician. patients every day. The meals are of 4 types:

1. Only breakfast - includes milk and bread.
2. Full vegetarian - Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner with south Indian food (one vegetable, dal, rice/roti).
3. Only milk diet - one packet of 500 ml for patients on tube feeds
4. Besides these there a limited number of special diets eg. egg, butter and extra diet is given to very needy and poor patients on the specific recommendation of the treating physician.

The hospital also has a PABX telephone system which has extensions to almost all important wards and departments. A Public Call Office for round the clock outstation and local phone calls, one 24 hour running medical shop are also available in the hospital.