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The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at AMALA IMS offers holistic women's health care. The department caters to Antenatal and Postnatal issues, infertility management, menopause management, family planning, high risk obstetric services, screening for genital cancers, elective gynecology and endoscopy services.

Emphasis is given to provide comprehensive care to women of all age groups, resonating a home-like environment. Being a multi-speciality hospital, the department operates in close co-operation with other specialities like Neonatalogy, Anaesthesia, Urology, Oncology etc., which adds to the efficacy.


  • Antenatal clinic:Besides caring for a large number of low risk patients, expert care for high risk patients like pre-eclampsia, IUGR, pre-terms etc., is provided with excellent and up-to-date facilities in the NICU. Regular antenatal clinics also provide expectant mothers with all information and guidance during their pregnancy.
  • Postnatal clinic:Conducted every Wednesday & Saturday. Gives support and care to the mother and baby besides providing birth-spacing information.
  • Special features:Level 2 ultrasound and Doppler velocimetry studies of high risk mothers are special features.
  • Labour room:Fetal monitoring facilities including CTG, Intensive care unit with close co-operation of the necessary superspecialities and 24 hour blood bank service with facility for blood component therapy are available.
  • Gynaecology:Over and above, providing care for women of all ages for their gynaec problems, special clinics are conducted every week. Infertility clinic, cervical cancer detection clinic and colposcopy clinic are available.


A fully-equipped, ultra-modern, labour room with experienced staff nurse, and “one to one” care for the patient during critical stages of pregnancy.

Colposcopy Clinic giving the extra edge for early Cancer detection

In-house continuing Medical Education for Staff Nurses

Personalized Care is provided by Patient Relation Executive by the Social Work Department.

High risk pregnancy clinic for managing high-risk pregnancies with close monitoring of the patients 


Dr. Anoj Kattukaran
Professor & HOD

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Dr. Betsy Thomas
Principal and Professor

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Dr. P S Remani
Adjunct Professor

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Dr. Prameela Menon

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Dr. Reena Ravindran P

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Dr. Reshma Devi M.r
Assistant Professor

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Dr Hridya P
Senior Resident

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Dr Sarannya P Sasikumar
Senior Resident

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Dr. (Lt Col) B Vipin
Senior Resident

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  • Thomas Betsy, HabeebullahS . Vaginal Misoprostol for medical evacuation of early pregnancy failure . J ObstetGynecolInd . 2004;54(4): 340-42.
  • B.Thomas, A.Thomas, A.Mhaskar. Review of Maternal mortality in a Tertiary Care Hospital of India over Ten years . International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics India ; 2006:9(5):19-21.
  • Thomas Betsy, PS Remani .Eclampsia in a woman on regular haemodialysis for end stage renal disease . The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India. 2007 ; 57(6) : 543
  • B.Thomas ,T.John .A rare combination of congenital anomalies.International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics India ; 2007:10(1): 73-74
  • Thomas Betsy . Oat cell carcinoma of lung mimicking Choriocarcinoma rare presentation of a rare disease. Journal of South Asian Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2010;2(1): 71-72
  • V P Paily MD FRCOG , Betsy Thomas MD MRCOG . Cervical insufficiency and Role of cervical encerclage. World Clin ObstetGynecol .2012 ; 2 (1) : 126 -36
  • Maternal deaths in Kerala – Changing trends ? Thomas B, PailyVP . 2014 RCOG.The authors BJOG. An international Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.Page : 87.
  • VP Paily, KAmbujam, V Rajasekharan Nair, B Thomas. Confidential review of maternal deaths inKerala: a country case study.BJOG 2014; 121: (Suppl. 4): 61–66.
  • Chandradas D, Thomas B, Jayachandran A. Diagnosing and treating Krukenbergtumor: a gynecologist’s dilemma. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol. (2015), [cited December 04, 2015]; 4(6): 2069-2071. doi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20151319
  • Kundoly V Suseela ,VasanthyJayaraj, Thomas Betsy , FareenaJabeen, Mohan Ramya. Incidence of group B streptococci colonization during the third trimester of pregnancy in two tertiary care centers in central part of Kerala. International Journal of Contemperory Medical research 2016 ;3 (2) : 568-570.
  • Poster on Road map of MDSR Kerala model. VP Paily, K Ambujam, V Rajasekharan Nair, Betsy Thomas. Workshop organised by WHO, on 16th to 19th Feb 2016 in Maldives for the South East Asian countries.
  • Mereena George, Betsy Thomas, V.K Sreenivasan. Incidence of Hyperbilirubinemia in Neonates of Parturients undergoing augmentation of labour with Oxytocin : A Prospective Cohort Study . Indian J ObstetGynecol . 2019 ;7(4Part-II): 579-593.
  • Annallur Parappurath,G: Menon P .”Post operative radiotherapy after Werstheems hysterectomy BJOG; volume 121, issue 52, April 2014 Ep10.20, page 208.
  • Prameela Menon “ Accuracy of clinical examination in assessing Parametrium in Cervical Carcinoma”. JEBMH; vol 21 issue,17,April 27,2015 : page 2545-2548.
  • Prameela Menon,Danu.C, Aiswarya “ Role of MRI in preoperative staging of Carcinoma Endometrium” PIJR; vol.8 issue,3, March 2019: issue N 2250-1991.
  • Prameela Menon, Dhanya .R.Shenoy” Skyrocketing caesarean birth in Kerala. Fighting the trend” IJSR, vol .6, issue 10, October 2017.
  • Dhanya R.Shenoy, Prameela Menon “ Resurgence of NDVH-The need of the hour, “IJAR; vol. 7 issue 2, February 2019, page 179-184.
  • SURGICAL SITE INFECTION IN OBG - PRE AND POST COVID-19 PANDEMIC - A COMPARATIVE STUDY Volume - 11 | Issue - 08 | August - 2022 | PRINT ISSN No. 2277 - 8179 | DOI : 10.36106/ijsr Jean Joseph, Prameela Menon.
  • Kattukaran A, Menon P, Thomas S, Impact of COVID-19 on obstetric care delivery and maternal and perinatal outcome. Indian J Obstet Gynecol Res 2021;8(4):482-485
  • Prameela Menon and Pooja Viswaraj (2022); A RARE CASE OF SECONDARY AMENORROHEA WITH SWEYERS SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT Int. J. of Adv. Res. 10 (Sep). 933-936] (ISSN 2320-5407).
  • Cerebroplacental ratio as a predictor of perinatal outcomes in intrauterine growth restriction [] Susan Thomas[1]
  • International Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Research Website: | Print ISSN: 2958-3675 | Online ISSN: 2958-3683 Original Article NLM ID: 9918523075206676 Volume: 4 Issue:6 (Nov-Dec 2023); Page No: 18-20 IJMPR Copyright@IJMPR A Comparative Study of Blood Loss Estimation in Normal Delivery by Visual Estimation Vs Gravimetric Method Dr. Prameela Menon1 , Dr. Tina Thomas2*
  • Ravindran RP, Jayaprakash M, Amrutha M, Ambujam K. Prevalence and risk factors for depression among antenatal women during third trimester of pregnancy in a tertiary care centre. Int J Reprod Contracept ObstetGynecol 2020;9:1838-41

  • P Hridya et al., Perinatal Outcome of Twin Pregnancies in Relation to Chorionicity at a Tertiary Care Centre in Central Kerala, India: A Prospective Cohort Study. Indian Journal of Neonatal Medicine & Research. 2024 : April-June | DOI:
  • Sarannya P Sasikumar, Annie Kuriyan, Saley Daniel, Briji S Panicker. Evaluation of the outcome of oral versus vaginal Misoprostol in all cases of Intrauterine fetal death. International Journal of Scientific Research -Volume2 issue _05,may 2022 print issue number 2277 – 8179