The Department of Orthopaedics at Base Hospital Delhi Cantt is an apex Orthopaedic centre with 170 beds. There are 5 specialists & 6 post graduate residents providing care to the patients. The department caters to serving personnel, ex-servicemen & their dependents. It provides management of Trauma, Sports Injuries (Arthroscopy), Deformity correction & Joint Replacements.
Our goal is to instill in each resident an inquiring mind and a life-long commitment to learning and skills development through critical study of the literature as well as careful consideration and scientific inquiry. We strive by both instruction and example to instill high moral values, as well as an empathetic attitude in our students.
We aim to train young orthopaedic surgeons about the intricacies of treating patients with musculoskeletal trauma, especially those that have been critically injured and/or suffered devastating injuries.  Encourage a basic fund of knowledge.  Impart several principles of treatment, and hone a special set of surgical skills.
For Undergraduates  we strive to make them capable to successfully evaluate injured patients; both isolated injury and polytrauma & orthopaedic emergencies, successfully perform a thorough musculoskeletal exam , critically think and order appropriate investigations when indicated for specific injuries, accurately determine diagnoses of injured patients, formulate a treatment plan for injured patients.

Academics arow

The subject of Orthopaedics is taught from 3rd to 9th Semester to undergraduate students and compulsory clinical postings in Operation Theatre, Outpatient department and Orthopaedic Wards are done during Internship. The department aims to train them thoroughly to provide a comprehensive educational experience in the management of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. It is the goal of this department to provide educational and research opportunities for those candidates with an interest in an academic career in orthopaedic surgery.

Training arow

Undergraduate students are posted in department of Orthopaedics for their internship for a period of 15 days.During the posting interns are made to attend out patient,assist in operation,conduct reduction under guidance.They are trained to manage common problems of bone& joint eg osteoarthritis,spine and back problem.
PG academic activities : Seminars, Case Presentations, Discharge Audit, Teaching Ward Rounds
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Dr (Sqn Ldr) Mainak Chandra Das
Dr (Sqn Ldr) Mainak Chandra Das
Junior Resident
Dr (Maj) Irfan Khan
Dr (Maj) Irfan Khan
Junior Resident
Dr (Maj) Mayank Jain
Dr (Maj) Mayank Jain
Junior Resident
Dr (Maj) R Pramod
Dr (Maj) R Pramod
Junior Resident
Dr (Surg Lt Cdr) Gokul Babu
Dr (Surg Lt Cdr) Gokul Babu
Junior Resident
Dr (Lt Col) Jafri
Dr (Lt Col) Jafri
Senior Resident
Dr (Lt Col) Manoj Kumar
Dr (Lt Col) Manoj Kumar
Assistant Professor
Dr (Lt Col) Sumit Bhandari
Dr (Lt Col) Sumit Bhandari
Assistant Professor
Dr (Maj) Pradymna Sharma
Dr (Maj) Pradymna Sharma
Senior Resident
Dr (Col) Lalit Mohan
Dr (Col) Lalit Mohan
Assistant Professor
Dr (Col) B Harikrishnan
Dr (Col) B Harikrishnan
Professor
Dr (Col) Barun Dutta
Dr (Col) Barun Dutta
Professor
Dr (Brig) Amresh Ghai
Dr (Brig) Amresh Ghai
Associate Professor & HoD

Consultant & Head of Department of Orthopaedics at Base Hospital Delhi Cantt, Professor of Orthopaedics at Army College of medical Sciences which is the largest Orthopaedics Hospital of Armed Forces with 200 Orthopaedics beds.

ESTABLISHED 03 JOINT REPLACEMENT CENTRES & CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE IN ORTHOPAEDICS
(a) Base Hospital Lucknow – 2006 to 2008
(b) 167 MH Pathankot – 2008 to 2012
(c) CH (WC) Chandimandir – 2012 to 2016
First time Joint Replacement Surgeries were done EVER.

DECORATIONS AND AWARDS
(a) GOC-in-C Commendation Medal – 2008 (Central Command)
(b) COAS Commendation Medal – 2010
(c) COAS Commendation Medal – 2012
(d) COAS Commendation Medal – 2015
(e) GOC-in-C Commendation Medal – 2016 (Western Command)
(f) GOC-in-C Commendation Medal – 2018 (ARTRAC Command) 18 Nov 2018

RESEARCH PROJECTS
Two AFMRC Research Projects 2017 and 2018.

PUBLICATIONS IN FIELD OF ORTHOPAEDICS
Seven Publications in Orthopaedics Journals, Nationally.

Dr Parikshat Gopal
Dr Parikshat Gopal
Professor

Dr Parikshit Gopal

Professor, Orthopedics, ACMS

Qualification:- MBBS, DNB & FIMSA

Experience:-

  • 10 years of teaching experience.
  • Involved in undergraduate teaching at ACMS since last 8 years.
  • Involved in postgraduate teaching (DNB) at BHDC since last 8 years.

Key Research Areas:- 

  • Knee & shoulder arthroscopy.
  • ISKSAA  Fellowship from London, UK.