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Government Medical College (Nagpur)

Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur (Marathi: शासकीय वैद्यकीय महाविद्यालय व रुग्णालय, नागपूर) was founded in 1947 in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.[1] The college was affiliated with Nagpur University from 1947 to 1997, and subsequently Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik.

Government Medical College & Hospital

Marathi: शासकीय वैद्यकीय महाविद्यालय व रुग्णालय
GMC Nagpur (official logo).jpg.png
Official Logo of GMCH Nagpur
Motto Selfless service
Type Education and research institution
Established 1947
Endowment Government-funded
Dean Dr. Abhimanyu Niswade
Undergraduates 200 per year
Postgraduates 84 per year
Location Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Campus 196 acres (0.8 km2)
Affiliations Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik
Website gmcnagpur.org

Its research activities are based on a community approach, oriented toward areas like maternal, neonatal, and child health care, infectious diseases, nutritional illnesses, and lifestyle disorders.

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LocationEdit

The college is located in south Nagpur, the winter capital of the state of Maharashtra. Government Medical College Nagpur is considered to be the best medical college of central India.The campus is stretched over an area of 196 acres.

FeaturesEdit

The college was the first center in India to have an Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy School. It was also the first institution to have a Cobalt Unit and CT scanner in the state of Maharashtra. It also has Ultrasound 2-D Echo, an ICCU, Computerized Treadmill Testing, and AutoAnalyzers.

The Department of Community Medicine has been designated the lead center for State Level Monitoring of ICDS activities in Maharashtra.

The college is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI), New Delhi.[2]

StatisticsEdit

  • Around 200 students are enrolled each year.
  • The hospital currently has 1400 beds.
  • The institute offers postgraduate studies in many disciplines of medical science.

Notable alumniEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ World directory of medical schools (7 ed.). World Health Organization. 2000. p. 169. ISBN 9241500107. 
  2. ^ "List of Colleges Teaching MBBS". Medical Council of India website. Medical Council of India. Archived from the original on 18 March 2013. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.mahantrust.in/awards--felicitation.html

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