General surgery department has been part of the institution since inception. Dr. A. M. Dhamdhere one of the senior most has been the founder member of the department. Since beginning all kinds of surgeries including neurosurgery, urosurgeries, and plastic surgical procedures and endoscopies were being performed.

Later on Prof. Dr. D. S. Bhagwat joined the department. Cardiac surgeries like mitral valve surgeries were started. After the sudden demise of Dr. D. S. Bhagwat the responsibility of the department was fully on the shoulders of Dr. A. M. Dhamdhere. The department moved steadily ahead with increasing work in all surgical subspecialties and it has excelled in the field of colorectal surgery.

In 2002, Dr. S. G. Deshpande joined the department as general and laparoscopic surgeon and widened the horizons of the department with inclusion of minimal access surgeries which was new for the region of Marathwada. He also started video endoscopies. With his experience in critical care and anesthesiology helped the department in giving edge for the management of critical surgical patients. Under the guidance of Dr. A. M. Dhamdhere he has excelled in colorectal surgeries. He is also a postgraduate teacher for DNB general surgery.

In the era of super specialty the general surgery department confined to general, laparoscopy, complex surgeries & colorectal surgeries.

Division of Colorectal Surgery was formally established in 2014 under the leadership of Dr. A. M. Dhamdhere and it is first of its kind in the whole Marathwada region. All sorts of Colorectal Surgeries are performed in the institutions under this division. The department has a rich tradition in colorectal surgery and surgeries for fissure, LASER surgeries and DG-HAL surgeries were first started in the region. The concept of incontinence clinic is introduced for the first time by the department.

The department has infrastructural facilities like general and laparoscopic surgical OT, dedicated Colorectal OT, Day Care Proctology Unit and Endoscopy Unit. The department also has a dedicated research and PR office.

The department is recognized by National Board of Examinations, New Delhi for post graduate course in general surgery since 2007. This post graduate course was started under the guidance of Dr. A. M. Dhamdhere with Dr. S. G. Deshpande as a post graduate teacher. Till the date with one student each year, six students have completed their curriculum. DNB program is still on with students from various parts of country joining of DNB surgery courses. Also the department has on its credit six research publications focusing on different aspects of surgery submitted for the dissertation. Also the department is taking part in various national, international conferences as well as in house academic activities. With all the dedicated consultants and paramedical staff the department of surgery helping the patients not only in their medical and surgical management but also helping them out to have wonderful hospital experience and after care. With their dedication the department is touching new skies of success and making various milestones in surgical field.

There are thousands of patient experiences regarding their thanks and gratitude for the department of surgery for making change in their lives. One to quote such experience is that of mother of a leading anesthesiologist in Aurangabad who was admitted to the hospital in moribund and comatose condition in ICU. After evaluation, she underwent emergency surgery and her gangrenous gall bladder was removed. With efforts of surgical team and intensive care, the lady went home happily with complete cure.
"The mission of the Kamalnayan Bajaj Hospital is to provide compassionate healthcare of the highest quality at a reasonable cost to all the sections of the society. Fulfilling the needs of the patient will be our priority."
The hospital would try and create facilities which do not exist in Marathwada to provide relief so that the
   patients don’t have to travel long distances for treatment.
To provide excellent Nursing and Medical care by constant education and training of all concerned and
   induction of new talent where required.
The needy and poor will be provided treatment concessional or free.
We propose to set the standards for ethical medical practice based on the value system. All efforts will
   be directed towards creating this environment.

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