The Department of Burns and Plastic
Surgery was established with the joining of Dr. Manal Mohd Khan
(presently Associate Professor) in Nov, 2012. OPD services of Burns
& Plastic Surgery were started on 26th Jan 2013. Later, Dr Deepak
Krishna (Assistant Professor) and Dr Ved Prakash Rao Cheruvu (Assistant
Professor) joined the Department in August, 2017.
The Burns and Plastic Surgery ward and Peripheral Plastic Surgery
Modular OT were inaugurated by the Honble President AIIMS Bhopal, Prof.
Y K Gupta and the Director & CEO, Prof. Sarman Singh. The
Department currently provides both elective and emergency services. The
various facilities provided in the out-patient department include
consultation and counselling for all Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive
surgical cases The department is providing in-patient care to patients
requiring admission for Plastic and Reconstructive surgical
OPD days: 5 days per week.
OPDs: Plastic Surgery Routine, Follow up, Referred and Burns clinics.
Specialty Clinics (Cosmetic Surg, Hand Clinics, Diabetic Foot, Congenital Deformity Clinic, and Maxillofacial Surg).
Operation Theatre services: Elective Major OT, Minor OT and Emergency OTs (24X7)
Emergency services :
- Post-Burn Reconstruction
- Post-Traumatic Reconstruction
- Oncoplastic Reconstruction
- Microvascular surgical Reconstruction
- Treatment of Congenital deformities
- Treatment of Cleft and Craniofacial deformities
- Treatment of Vascular Malformations and Tumors
- Reconstruction of Hand injuries and Tumors
- Reconstruction of Nerve injuries including Brachial Plexus injuries
- Cranio-Maxillofacial surgery
- Aesthetic/ Cosmetic surgery including Breast Surgery, Liposuction, Fat grafting etc.
- Other plastic & reconstructive surgeries
Courses and Training :
- Treatment of Hand injuries and fractures
- Treatment of Maxillofacial injuries and fractures
- Treatment of Nerve injuries
- Orthoplastic Surgery
- Peripheral Vascular injuries
The M.Ch. (Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery) program was started in January 2019 with intake of two M.Ch.
residents per session. Trainees are exposed to a wide variety of
elective and emergency plastic surgery procedures performed in the
department. The training includes theoretical teaching, bedside clinical
discussion, case presentation, seminar presentation, Journal club etc.
and there is exhausting interactive learning for students. Academics are
conducted regularly and residents are encouraged to present papers at
conferences. Residents are also required to submit dissertation for
completion of the training program. Dr. Michael Laitonjam and Dr. Reena
Minz have joined the MCh program in Jan, 2019, as the first batch of
At present, 2 M.Ch candidates (joined Jan 2019) and 4 Non-Acad SRs and
JRs are working in the Department, with PGs on rotation from Surgery
In the near future, along with the expansion of Plastic and
Reconstructive surgery services, we are also planning to start a
dedicated burn unit to cater to acute burn patients, a Skin bank to
cater to Central Indian region and Microvascular Skill Lab.