• Department

    General Surgery

General Surgery

The Department of has all the facilities and faculty for different types of cases and surgeries. The department has three dedicated Modular OTs for open and laparoscopic surgeries and is equipped with all type of Anesthesia Machines and Laparoscopic Instrument. The department has 150 beds for male and female patients and covers various type of Emergency / Trauma Cases. The department has separate SICU beds for sick patients supported with ventilators and multipara monitors. The department also has facilities for Burns patients. The department runs Specialty Clinicslike Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Surgical Gastroenterology, Neuro-Surgery, Pediatrics Surgery, Surgical Oncology. The department is recognized with two post graduate seats.

  •  Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  •  Laparoscopic Hernia repair/Appendix surgery
  •  CBD exploration (Lap/open)
  •  Carcinoma breast
  •  Fundoplications / LAR /APR (Carcinoma rectum)
  •  Pancreatic surgeries for Cancer (Whipples), for pancreatitis (Necrosectomy,etc.)
  •  Liver surgeries for mass & various other disorders
  •  Spleen surgeries (splenectomy) etc.
  •  Small and large Bowel surgeries for volvulus, obstruction, resection, stoma closure
  •  Hemorrhoids (piles)
  •  Varicose veins surgery


Minimal Access/Laparoscopic Surgery

Minimal Access/Laparoscopic Surgery is a surgical technique which involves keyhole incisions instead of large cuts. The surgeon introduces a telescope with a camera through this incision into the body cavity and operates by viewing the internal parts on a TV monitor. In traditional open surgery, the surgeon uses larger incision for seeing what to operate and in Minimal Access/Laparoscopic Surgery camera Introduced through small cuts is used for the same. When the abdomen is operated using a telescope, the procedure is called laparoscopy and, when used in a joint, it is called arthroscopy, and when used in the chest, the procedure is called thoracoscopy

This minimal access surgery helps in early recovery of patients early to eat,early to return to home and also give less pain  with good cosmetic results.Minimal access surgery can successfully treat thyroid and parathyroid, hernia, appendix, anorectal conditions, diseases of gastrointestinal tract, gall bladder stones and certain clinical conditions involving pancreas, adrenal glands, spleen, kidneys and the liver.

Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences and Research center and hospital has always  being a pioneer to provide a platform for super specialist care to Malwa region and  also to far way patients hence We hereby introduces ourselves as first medical college to include well equipped operating department of Minimal access surgery, Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Surgery with our experienced team of doctors,  we always encourage to bring  updated and utmost care and treatment for you.

Benefits of Minimal Access Surgery

  • Quick recovery time
  • Small Incisions
  • Less discomfort
  • Shorter hospital stays
  • less internal scarring
  • Early to Work
  • Early to Return home
  • Early Bowel function


Dr. Dushyant Kumar Garg
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Dr. Gurpreet Singh Gill
MBBS, MS (General Surgery)
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Dr. Kuldip Singh Ahi
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Dr Deepak Kumar Gupta
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Dr. Neelesh Bansal
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Dr. Nikhil Mahajan
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Dr. Parneet Singh Brar
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Dr Aparna Venu Gopal
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