Institute of Medical Sciences and Sum Hospital

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Institute of Medical Sciences and Sum Hospital
ଭେଷଜ ଶିକ୍ଷା ଅନୁଷ୍ଠାନ ଏବଂ ସମ୍ ହସ୍ପିଟାଲ
MottoImparting Medical Education
TypePrivate medical college
Established2007
DeanDr. Gangadhar Sahoo
Students750 each year including interns
LocationBhubaneswar, Odisha, India
CampusUrban
AffiliationsSiksha 'O' Anusandhan, MCI
Websitewww.soa.ac.in/ims-sum-hospital

The Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) and Sum Hospital (Odia: ଭେଷଜ ଶିକ୍ଷା ଅନୁଷ୍ଠାନ ଏବଂ ସମ୍ ହସ୍ପିଟାଲ) is the medical school of the Siksha 'O' Anusandhan in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. This institute gained permission in 2007 from Medical Council of India to start the MBBS courses in medical stream.

It provides undergraduate courses in medicine and dentistry, and postgraduate courses in non-clinical departments. It has begun providing post graduation in clinical subjects like surgery and anesthesia.

It provides speciality services including cardiology, neurology, nephrology, plastic surgery and neo-natalogy.

Medical college[edit]

The IMS - Institute of Medical Science (the college wing) is the best medical college in the state of Odisha.[citation needed] It has six lecture theatres with e-teaching facilities and many more. It has its own library with internet cafe, and the campus is supported by full-time high-speed wi-fi.

Hospital[edit]

The hospital has 1200 beds. It has an intensive care unit, the largest such unit in Odisha, and a special N-ICU[clarification needed] for neonates.

Campus[edit]

The campus has two conference halls, a large activity centre, an open auditorium for cultural programmes, a big theatre-style auditorium for special programmes, a central library, gym, separate hostels for men and women, three canteens, two messes, apartments for interns, quarters for staff, a stadium for cricket and football, and tennis, badminton, basketball and volleyball courts.

Fire incident[edit]

An accidental fire incident occurred in the evening of 17 October 2016, with the deaths of 12 people confirmed the following day. It was latter confirmed that no death was due to the fire. Deaths occurred due to the hustle in the incident.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bhubaneswar: 12 patients killed in fire at SUM Hospital". The Indian Express. 17 October 2016. Retrieved 18 October 2016.

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