In the early years of the existence of the college, there was no separate department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and only 12 beds under the charge of a part time professor and a resident obstetric surgeon were assigned to this specialty. The students received the major part of their hospital training in Madras.
This arrangement continued for more than a decade, but as great need for a self contained department was felt, the present Queen Mary's Hospital was built and inaugurated in 1932 by Sir Malcom Halley, then Governor of the United Province of Oudh. Initially the hospital had 56 beds including 6 cots for the newborn babies.
=> Infertility Clinic
=> Oncology Clinic
=> Immunisation Clinic
=> Postnatal Clinic
=> Family Planning Clinic
=> High Risk Pregnancy Clinic
=> Human Reproduction Research Centre (HRRC)
=> Fetal Autopsy Facility
=> Speciality Clinic
=> The Department is organizing regular training of medical officers from provincial medical services under the aegis of SIFPSA, UPSAC, FOGSI, Karl Storz etc. for
=> Department organizes twice a week PG Teaching.
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