Institute of Medical Sciences and Sum Hospital
|Institute of Medical Sciences and Sum Hospital|
|Motto||Imparting Medical Education, both, at Under graduate and Post graduation level.|
|Type||[Private medical college]|
|Dean||Dr. D. K. Roy|
|Location||Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India|
|Affiliations||Siksha O Anusandhan University, MCI|
The Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) and Sum Hospital is the medical school of the Siksha O Anusandhan University situated in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. This institute gained permission in 2007 from Medical Council of India to start the MBBS courses in medical stream and is affiliated to Siksha O Anusandhan University.
It is one of the premium private medical institute in Odisha. It provides undergraduate courses in medicine and dentistry, and postgraduate courses in non-clinical departments. It will soon begin postgraduate courses in clinical fields.
Its hospital has 750 beds, and is expanding rapidly. It is equipped with modern facilities and equipment, and provide speciality services, like including cardiology, neurology, nephrology, and neo-natalogy.
The IMS (the college wing) has four air-conditioned lecture theatres with two more almost constructed. It has its a library with internet cafe, and the campus is supported by high speed wife connection.
The hospital has 750 beds which will soon be expanding to 1200. It has 50-bed intensive care unit will be expanded to 75, the largest such unit in Odisha.
The campus has two conference halls, a large activity centre, a central library, gym, separate hostels for men and women, three canteens, a mess, apartments for interns, quarters for staff, a stadium for cricket and football, and tennis, badminton, basketball and volleyball courts.