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17 AFMS Hospitals recognised as Teaching Hospitals: MCI


17 AFMS Hospitals recognised as Teaching Hospitals: MCI

New Delhi: 17 Armed Force Medical Services (AFMS) Hospitals have been now recognised as teaching Hospitals in a bid to facilitate the training of medicos in various specialities

A confirmation to this effect was recently given by the Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare and the decision came in the last meeting of the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI BOG).

MCI BOG decided to grant retrospective teaching recognition for the 17 AFMS hospitals w.e.f. 2003 onwards (the period when the recognition was withdrawn by MCI) .This recognition will be applicable only in the specialities where interns are being trained. At present internship involves compulsory 2 months training in Community Medicine; 2 months in Medicine including 15 days Psychiatry, 2 months in Surgery including 15 days Anaesthesia; 2 months in Obst. & Gynae including Family Welfare Planning, 1 month in Orthopaedics including PMR; 15 days ENT, 15 days Ophthalmology, 15 days Casualty. Elective Posting (1 x15 days) 15 days – (i) Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (ii) Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (iii) Radio-Diagnosis (iv) Forensic
Medicine (v) Blood Bank (vi) Psychiatry.

Recognition has been given to the following 17 AFMS hospitals as teaching hospitals

  1. Command Hospital, Pune
  2. Cantonment Gen. Hospital, Pune
  3. Military Hospital (Aundh), Pune
  4. Military Hospital, Kirkee
  5. Military Hospital, Jullundhur
  6. Military Hospital, Bareilly
  7. Military Hospital, Secunderabad
  8. Military Hospital, Pathankot
  9. Military Hospital, Agra
  10. Military Hospital, Jabalpur
  11. Military Hospital, Ranchi
  12. Base Hospital, Udampur
  13. Air Force Hospital, Jorhat
  14. Air Force Hospital, Kanpur
  15. Military Hospital, Roorkee
  16. Military Hospital, Meerut
  17. Military Hospital, Srinagar

 


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  1. Sir, will this move increase the number of pg seats in anyway in afms..?

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    Dr. Lt.col. Y.V MURALI July 22, 2019, 9:11 am

    Yes. It is a good move for what was deleted in 2003. This will certainly help for specialists of AMC to get predated teaching experience for joining teaching appointment in Medical colleges as approved by MCI. As there are no PG medical students in most of these institutions they will not be considered as PG teachers.

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    Maj Gen Rajendra Prasad Choubey(Retd) July 21, 2019, 4:23 pm

    The list needs following changes
    1. Cantonement general hospital, Pune is not an Armed Forces Hospital.
    2. Military hosp, Aundh has been shifted to Pune way back im 70s & its present. name is Mil Hosp, CTC,Pune
    3. MilHosp, Ranchi, is Mil Hosp, Namkum
    4. Base Hosp, Udhampur is now Command hosp, Udhampur.
    O/o DGAFMS should write To MCI for the above amendments.
    Mahj Gen. RP Choubey (Retd)

  4. Afmc provide Paramedical courses or not

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    Col V N Khanna July 20, 2019, 6:17 pm

    Very nice step but list seems to be faulty nothing like mh aundh