Department of Surgery


Department of surgery has evolved considerably over the years since it has laid its foundation in Shree Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College, Dhule. Our department has been a pillar in providing clinical facilities in the form of inpatient and outpatient services as well as emergency treatment to the patients. It also aids in building blocks by contributing in research activities and conducting workshops for the students. Department of surgery has always taken a keen interest in educating the students from various branches such as MBBS and Modern Pharmacology. Our department is a well-equipped one with all the amenities necessitating the well-being and immediate recovery of the patient starting from the emergency section to the operation theatre and wards. Department of surgery lays its roots in specializing in operative manuals and instrumental techniques on a patient to improve their health. We try our best to serve the people from Dhule and surrounding districts in North Maharashtra to fulfill their needs and demands at tertiary health care centre like our hospital. There has been a constant evolution from providing basic surgical facilities to practicing endoscopy, laparoscopy and endourology which not only lessens the patients hospital stay but also helps in faster recovery. The myriad opportunities and exposure provided to the students through postings and workshop help them master their skills in day to day surgical activities. Our department always takes an initiative in conducting workshops. We had recently conducted a suturing workshop in our college medical fest-Asclepiad 2019 to propagate the knowledge of all budding surgeons in the students.


One of the most important mission of our department is to provide quality surgical facilities in the emergency department and operation theatre. To manage effectively and efficiently the traumatic and non-traumatic surgical cases is our infinite goal. Our department of surgery also caters to the needs of the patient in OPD and accordingly distinguishes them for inpatient and outpatient treatment for minor as well as major surgical procedures. Our department has a long term visionary to provide high quality education to the undergraduate students by indulging the subject of surgery in their daily routine. One of our long term and major mission is to start post graduation and other allied education in the field of surgery. Our department also strives to maintain its research activities wherein the teachers have various publications in international and national journals.


1) To recognize, evaluate and manage traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies such as acute trauma, acute abdomen , abscess etc
2)to demonstrate history and physical examination on a patient and emphasis on pre-operative and post-operative planning and decision making to narrow down to the treatment and diagnosis.
3) To practice the technique of basic surgical related invasive procedures such as surgical airway control, suturing of minor wounds, placement of nasogastric and urinary drainage tubes.
4) To perform pre-operative and post-operative care of a surgical patient with appropriate medical management.
5) Establishment and maintenance of well-equipped wards, OPD and emergency department with accordance to advanced technology.
6) to involve the recent advances in surgical practice in our set-up for faster treatment.
7) To upgrade the facilities and train the medical and paramedical personnel to effectively and efficiently manage a case in emergency department and operation theatre.
8) To aid in research activities by undertaking interdisciplinary research programmes.
9) To conduct seminars and workshops to educate the students about the vast field of surgery.


1) Dr Parvez Mujawar ,Professor Surgery ,has been trained in Laparoscopic surgery and GI endoscopy.
2) Dr. Parvez Mujawar has also done his FAMS and EFIAGES fellowship.
3) Dr. Parvez Mujawar hás undergone training for Lower GI endoscopy under Dr.Amit Maydeo at cemast,Mumbai.
4) Dr. Parvez Mujawar has also undergone training in Bariatric and metabolic surgery at cemast, Mumbai under Dr.Shashank Shah.
5) Dr. Parvez Mujawar has experience of oncosurgery as Associate professor for 3 yrs at Government medical College and Cancer hospital, Aurangabad.
6) Dr. Parvez Mujawar is a life member of Associations of Surgeons of India(08181). He is also a life member of Minimal Access Surgeons of India(91).
7) Dr. Parvez Mujawar is also a member of Indian association of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy surgeons(IAGES)
8) Dr. Parvez Mujawar has 11 publications in various International and National journals .
9) Dr.Ajay Subhedar, with 5 years of experience as an Associate Professor in Department of Surgery has been trained in laparoscopy and has also done his FMAS fellowship under MUHS, Nashik.
10) Dr.Ajay Subhedar is trained in techniques of gastroscopy under Dr. Amit Maydeo at Endoscopy Research foundation, Mumbai.
11) Dr. Ajay Subhedar is a life Member of Association of Surgeons Of India( FL15323) and also Life Member of Minimal Access Surgeons Of India(2639).
12) Dr. Ajay Subhedar has 11 publications in various national and international Journals as first author or co-author.
13) Dr. Ravindra Mistry, Associate professor in Department of Surgery has been trained in GI endoscopy and Laparoscopic surgery.
14) Dr.Ravindra Mistry has got experience in Oncosurgery for 1 year at Cancer Hospital, Aurangabad.
15) Dr. Ravindra Mistry has got training and experience in handling ESWL-Lithotripsy unit for 2 years at GHATI, Hospital Aurangabad.
16) Dr Prashant Deore, Associate Professor in Department of Surgery is a laparoscopic and general surgeon.
17) Dr. Prashant Deore has 4 publications in various International and national journals.

DR. PARVEZ MUJAWAR (Professor,Department of Surgery)

1 Helicobacter pylori associated Gastritis in Northern Maharashtra, India : A histopathological Study of gastric mucosal Biopsies . Journal for Clinical and Diagnostic
2 Use of bipolar cauterization in circumcision. Global Journal for Research analysis.
Issue-2, February 2018
Page No-1-3
3 Cytohistopatholgical appraisal of unusual locations of epidermoid Inclusion Cysts International surgery journal.
Page No-2292-2295
4 Comparative study between Laparoscopic Appendicectomy and Laparoscopic assisted Appendicectomy. Global journal for Research analysis
Issue-9,September 2018
Page No-21-23
5 Benign Intratesticular Epidermoid Cyst of the Testis Diagnostic Dilemma Online Journal of Health Allied Sciences
6 Malignant gastrointestinal stromal tumor(GIST) of jejunum; the mysterious complex presentation Indian Journal of medical Science and public
7 Fournier’s Gangrene in neonate – A rare clinical entity a case Report IOSR journal ò dental and medical science (IOSR-JDMS)
8 Cytodiagnosis of isolated primary hydatid cyst òf breast masquerading ás a breast neoplasm : A rare case report Journal of cytology Indian academy of cytologist 2015
9 Video Assisted thoracoscopic surgical enucleation of a giant Esophageal Leiomyoma presenting with persistent cough Case ò report in surgery volume 2016


1 Original article
Hydrocele: Study in 120 adivasi patients in tribal area of Dhule region.
MedPulse- International Journal. February 2016;3(2):109-112.
2 Original article
Surgeries at rural hospital:From “Chekmate” to solutions.
MedPulse- International Journal. February 2016;3(2):117-122.
3 Verrucous carcinoma:Unusual presentation. MedPulse- International Journal. February 2016;3(2):127-130
4 Mesentric cyst leading to intestinal obstruction MedPulse- International Journal May 2015;vol 2 ,issue5
5 Original article
Does Dexamethasone Improve Postoperative Day Care Surgery Outcome when used as additive to local infiltration anaesthesia: A Randomized case control study
Indian journal of clinical anaesthesia vol .3, issue 1.
6 Original article
Hydatid disease: imaging and management at Government hospital, Dhule
Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; December 2016: Vol.-6, Issue-1,P 231-241
7 Original article
Traumatic Brain Injury: CT Imaging, Management and Epidemiology of 850 cases from tribal tertiary care centre in Mahar ashtra
Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Researc h; December 2016: Vol.-6, Issue- 1, P. 242-253
8 Original article
Clinico-pathological study : 48 cases of carcinoma Breast at tertiary care centre in Rural area.
Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental sciences/volume 5/issue101/December
9 Original article
“Stab injuries over abdomen : Imaging and Management at Government Hospital, Dhule.
National Journal of Medical Sciences Accepted on 23/10/2016
10 Original article
“Study of Fifty Cases of Ileal Perforation”
National Journal of Medical Sciences Accepted on 1/11/2016
11 Original article
Study of intravenous Tramadol versus rectal Tramadol for postoperative analgesia after appendectomy.
Indian Journal of Clinical anaesthesia (IJCA) Vol.4,issue2.

Dr. RAVINDRA MISTRY (Associate Professor, Department of Surgery)

S. No Name of article Name of journal
1 Trchoobezar presting as Esphalgeal and Upper GI bstruction Indian journal ò Basic and Applied Medical Research
2 Marjolins Uicer Indian journal ò Basic and Applied Medical Research
3 Bleeding Giant Lipoma International journal of Health care and Biomedical research
4 Inguinal hernia surgery(repair)with rare (huge) penoscrotal hematoma International journal of Health care and Biomedical research

DR. PRASHANT DEORE(Associate Professor, Department of Surgery)


S. No Name of article Name of journal
1 Bleeding giant lipoma: very rare case presentation International J of Healthcare and Biomedical research
2 Inguinal Hernia surgery(repair) with rare complication large penoscrotal hematoma International J of Healthcare and Biomedical research
3 Original article
“Study of Fifty Cases of Ileal Perforation”
National Journal of Medical Sciences Accepted on 1/11/2016
4 Original article
“Stab injuries over abdomen : Imaging and Management at Government Hospital, Dhule.
National Journal of Medical Sciences


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