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The department started in 2010 along with the inauguration of Malabar Medical College and research centre, and is located at 7th floor in the academic complex. We provide excellent teaching services and comprehensive diagnostic services that helps clinicians in proper patient management.
The Pathology department has a 10 member faculty, assisted by 17 technicians and 7 clerical staff.
The various sections under this department are Histopathology, Cytology, Clinical pathology & Haematology and Blood bank. All the labs are equipped with skilled personnel and high quality calibrated instruments.
This department participates in EQAS programme on regular basis EQAS CBC- Biorad and EQAS coagulation in Haematology with CMC , Vellore. We routinely perform internal quality control checks also.
Our histopathology lab is located on the ground floor with easy access to patients. Lab issues reports roughly on 7000 biopsy specimens a year.
With a dedicated team of pathologists, diagnosis is reached for materials obtained by fine needle aspiration and exfoliation. The department provides reports approximately on 6500 cytology specimens in a year.
Our haematology and clinical pathology section which is located in the central lab (ground floor) is equipped with one 3 part and one 5 part automated cell counters (Mindray). We offer prompt services round the clock. Lab also provides facilities for coagulation studies using
On an average the lab provides reports on around 5000 peripheral smears, 3 lakh haematology tests and 2,40,000 clinical Pathology investigations a year.
We ensure good quality and accurate reporting services as judged by enrolling in regular IQAS and EQAS programmes.
Blood banking services have been provided by MMCH since the start of the institution. The blood bank is equipped with most modern calibrated equipments (Terumopenpol) and well trained technicians. Our blood bank has evolved into a full fledged unit since the installation of component separation unit in January 2017. We have been able to meet the needs of patients for the different blood components since then. Currently we are also issuing blood units to needy patients at other hospitals. We have introduced the gel card system from TULIP for blood grouping and cross matching since January 2017. Our Blood bank functions in accordance with the regulations laid down by Drugs control department and issues monthly report to KSACS.
The department conducts theory and practical classes on a routine basis for undergraduate students in different faculties. The teaching faculty are well qualified and take keen interest in introducing innovative methods of teaching. We also have an excellent museum which displays around 400 biopsy specimens.
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