Facilities

Bombay Hospital

Established in 1952, Bombay hospital is a prestigious tertiary referral centre with 830 beds including 110 intensive care beds. It has 22 operation theatres, state of the art radiology, pathology, blood bank, nuclear medicine and other departments. It has 300 consultants, 200 resident doctors and 3200 full-time employees on its role. It caters to population in and around Bombay, South Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. 33% of the patients treated are in the general ward and pay only for their medicines and consumables. The free OPD at the hospital successfully treats in excess of 100,000 patients each year.

Bombay Hospital is a teaching institute affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and runs several courses including MD, MS, DNB in Medicine, Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Surgery, Orthopaedics, Anaesthesiology, Ophthalmology, Chest Medicine and ENT surgery. It conducts DM, MCh, DNB in Nephrology, Neurology, Cardiology, Urology, Neurosurgery, Plastic surgery and Cardiothoracic surgery.

Bombay Hospital presently ranks among the finest multi-specialty tertiary level medical centres in the country. The internationally renowned panel of doctors and consultants in every field of specialization has, at its disposal, cutting-edge equipment. It is supported by a highly trained and professional nursing staff. Bombay Hospital attracts patients from every strata of society. Be it a factory worker from rural India, a high-flying executive from a multi-national company or the likes of former Prime Minister and Governor of Maharashtra.

Westmead Hospital

We have also collaborated with Westmead Hospital, University of Sydney in this mission of training young physicians. This helps us immensely in many ways. Their excellent faculty guides us in running this fellowship program. This ensures we meet the highest standards. It also gives great credibility to our course and attracts bright physicians to apply for a position. The fellows will be posted as observers at “the center for transplant and renal medicine”, Westmead Hospital, Sydney University for a period of 1 and 1/2 months.

This will be after they complete 1 year of hands on training at Bombay Hospital. Here they will get an overview of the functioning of a world class Nephrology center in all aspects of Nephrology. They will also get to see how research is conducted in a center which is internationally acclaimed for this in nephrology and transplant. This posting will give a much needed finesse to the training.


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