Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital
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Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital is located in Warangal of Telangana, India. It is a 1200-bed hospital which is undertaken by the government of Telangana. The M.G.M. Hospital, Warangal, sprawling over an area of 13 acres (5.3 ha), was started on 1 November 1955 with a sanctioned bed strength of 80. In 1961 the bed strength was increased to 150 and subsequently, in 1962, it was increased to 350. Towards the end of the year 1964 to cater the needs of students of Kakatiya Medical College, it was increased to 453. The present inpatient capacity of this hospital is 1,200. The hospital offers facilities for clinical teaching in all the specialties except obstetrics and gynecology, tuberculosis and ophthalmology for which there are separate hospitals.
Dr. K. Manoher, Professor and Head of the department of General Medicine, is the current superintendent of the hospital and Dr. B. Karunakar Reddy, Professor and Head of the Department of General Surgery, is the current Deputy Superintendent of the hospital.
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