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The Department of Cardiology began functionaing in the Sri Sathya Sau Institute of Higher Medical Sciences …
The Department of Ophthalmology has been providing advanced eye care since 1994. The department has …
The department began functioning on the day the hospital was inaugurated, 22-Nov 1991, wit …
WHAT IS NEW
SRI SATHYA SAI
H S BHATT RECONSTRUCTIVE UROLOGY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
Applications are invited for 01 vacant position of “Fellow in Reconstructive urology” in the Department of Urology in Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Prashantigram.
Eligibility: Doctors who have specialized in Urology and completed DrNB / MCh with minimum of ONE-year post-qualification experience would be eligible to apply for admission.
Qualification: (M.Ch/DrNB) recognised by the Medical Council of India (except for degrees not covered by Medical Council of India, where the degrees must be recognized by the respective bodies that approve the qualifying courses). Postgraduate degrees from Departments/Institutions to which MCI recognition has not been formally granted (for example: under consideration) will not be considered.
Experience: Minimum 1 year of post MCh /DNB work experience preferred
Age: There is no upper age limit.
Course duration: 1 year (Feb 1st 2023 to Jan 31st 2024)
TWO DNB TRAINEES OF SSSIHMS, PRASANTHIGRAM RECEIVE GOLD MEDALS
Two DNB Trainees of the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Prasanthigram, Puttaparthi have secured the National Board of Examinations, old Medals for the year 2020. Dr. Yogi Sundar Rao Chaganti topped in the Cardio Vascular Thoracic Surgery stream, while Dr. Anuj Dumra came first in the Urology stream. The Urology Gold medal is named after Dr. H S Bhatt, considered a doyen of Urology in India, who had set up the Department of Urology at the SSSIHMS, Prasanthigram.
This is the first time that the hospital has received two gold medals in the same year.
Speaking on the occasion the Director of the SSSIHMS, Prasanthigram, Dr Gurumurthy said that the two gold medals in the same year were a testament to the high quality training provided by the hospital. “The SSSIHMS, Prasanthigram has the state-of-the-art equipment along with skilled manpower, which makes it the best place for any student trying to leave a mark in the their respective specialties,” Dr. Gurumurthy said. “As the patient care has imbibed principles of health care as affirmed by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the trainees apart from the technical skills also learn the soft skills of treating the patients with love and compassion. This makes Bhagawan Baba’s hospital unique and different from other institutions. Here credit goes to the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, which has continued to provide support to the hospital in every way,” Dr Gurumurthy said.
Both Dr. Anuj Dumra and Dr Yogi Chaganti conveyed their gratitude first to their parents to have helped them to reach the place they are today. ” In any walk of life the blessings of the parents is of great importance and it is with their efforts and sacrifices that we both are where we are,” they said.
The National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, an autonomous body directly under the Government of India, award post-graduate and post-doctoral…
We have been a part of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) telemedicine and tele-education programmes since Sri Sathya Medical Trust..
The doctors and DNB trainees in our hospital have been actively publishing papers in renowned journals and also at various National and Internatio…
The DNB candidates have access to a very well equipped library all throughout the day. They also have tele-education facilities to share and learn..
Constructed in six months with a structural area of 320,000 square feet, it is the first super specialty hospital in India to offer world-class tertiary care through state-of-the-art medical technology, totally free of charge to all the patients. This 300 bedded tertiary care hospital is equipped with, 14 operation theatres, one intensive care unit, two cardiac catheterisation laboratories, five in-patient wards and a 24-hour emergency unit. It has a staff of specialists in cardiology, cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, urology, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, orthopaedics, gastroenterology, anaesthesiology, laboratory services and medical imaging. Patients from India and abroad avail the facilities at the hospital.