SGPGI Lucknow Releases Vacancies For SR Post In Emergency Medicine Dept
Lucknow: The Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow has released Vacancies for Senior Resident on Adhoc Basis in the Department of Emergency Medicine. The selection will be done on the basis of Walk In interview.
SGPGIMS is Super-Speciality teaching and training Medical Institution, situated to the Southeast of Lucknow city on Lucknow-Raebareli Road. Emergency Medicine is a specialty dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of unforeseen illness or injury. Initial evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and disposition of any patient requiring expeditious medical, surgical, or psychiatric care are part of EM.
SGPGI Lucknow Vacancy Details:
Total no of vacancies: 05
The Vacancies are in the Department of - Emergency Medicine.
Date of Walk-in-Interview: 16th February 2021.
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What are the General Instructions?
1. Candidates who have already completed three years of Senior Residency may not be considered for the appointment.
2. No TA/DA will be given for attending the interview.
3. Director reserves the absolute discretion to cancel the advertisement in part or whole, without assigning any reason.
4. The candidates must bring the following documents for submission:
a. A bank draft of Rs. 200/-(rupees two hundred only) in favor of 'Director, SGPGI, Academic Account' payable at SBI, SGPGI Branch, Lucknow.
b. Six recent passport size photographs.
c. Xerox copies of all relevant Certificates and Testimonials.
d. Candidates will also bring original documents for verification.
The hospital works as a referral hospital and patients are required to bring a referral slip from the referring physician. The referring physicians are requested to indicate the nature of patients' problem, the specialty at the Institute they wish to refer the patient to, and the nature of help required from the Institute. The Institute hospital endeavors to work on an appointment system. Thus, the patients are expected to re-visit the Institute hospital only on appointed days, except in case of an emergency. Facilities at the Institute hospital are available only on payment and there is no provision for free treatment or investigations. For blood transfusion, the Institute relies entirely on its own blood bank and expects the patients' family and friends to provide replacement blood donors.