Accident & Emergency Department
The Accident & Emergency Unit is an entry point for most demanding and deserving patients in a tertiary care hospital. The "Accident and Emergency Unit" in Khyber Teaching Hospital is 13 bedded unit (extendable to 25 beds in case of Mass emergency events), with one bed for resuscitation and monitoring. The unit is focal point for "Basic Life Support" training and research in injury prevention.
Following services are provided in A&E Unit (Casulty) of Khyber Teaching Hospital:
- Triaging of all emergent patients and prioritization for urgency of treatment according to international criteria modified from SATS(South African Triage Scale).
- Triaging of Trauma patients with primarysurvey and immediate care according to standard ATLS protocols.
- Resuscitation for cardiac emergencies according to AHA Protocols including defibrillation.
- Minor Surgical interventions like wound suturing, incision / drainage and catheterization etc.
- Consultation and treatment for all emergent patients.
- Referral and proper transfer of patients requiring specialist opinion.
- Ambulance services for inter Hospital transfer.
- Free Medicines for all trauma / Burn patients according to KPK government policy.
|01||Dr. Seyd Asad Maroof||Senior Registrar / Visiting Surgeon|
|02||Dr. Akbar Shah||Incharge (Administrative) / PMO|
|03||Dr. Ali Asghar||Casualty Medical Officer|
|04||Dr. Javed Iqbal||Casualty Medical Officer|
|05||Dr. Zahid Hanif||Casualty Medical Officer|
|06||Dr. Noor Hamid||Casualty Medical Officer|
|07||Dr. Tanveer Khattak||Casualty Medical Officer|
|08||Dr. Mohammad Arif||Casualty Medical Officer|
|09||Dr. Mahira Gillani||Casualty Medical Officer / WMO|
|10||Dr. Zainab Kaizar||Casualty Medical Officer / WMO|
|11||Dr. Asma Gul||Casualty Medical Officer / WMO|
|12||Dr. Zohra||Casualty Medical Officer / WMO|