The department has both inpatient and outpatient clinics. While the outpatient clinic takes care of nearly 1700 cases a month, the inpatient care sees 170-190 cases a month.
The outpatient clinic handles regular antenatal, gyanecological and infertility patients. Patients are screened for cancer with pap smears and colposcopy directed biopsies.
The labour ward is the center of the department's activities, including normal vaginal deliveries, instrumental deliveries and caesarian deliveries. Elective gynaecological surgeries include total abdominal hysterectomy, vaginal hysterectomy, trial vaginal hysterectomy, laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy, laparoscopic sterilization, diagnostic and operative laparoscopy, and diagnostic hysteroscopy. Besides this, the department has separate clinics for cancer screening, infertility and family welfare.
The Family Welfare Clinic conducts laparoscopic sterilization, puerperal sterilization, MTP with TAT/Lap sterilization on an average of 25-30 cases per month. On a preventive note, the department spreads awareness on temporary contraceptive methods, such as Cu-T insertion, contraceptive pills and condoms.