MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences

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MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences
మెడిసిటి వైద్య విజ్ఞాన సంస్థ
MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences logo.png
Seal of the Institute
Type Private medical college
Established 2002
Dean Dr. K.V. Raghava Rao
Director Dr. G. Surendar Reddy
Undergraduates 500[1]
Postgraduates 30[1]
Location Medchal, Telangana, India
Campus Rural, 200 acres (forty acres occupied by the college)[1]
Affiliations NTR University of Health Sciences
Website Official portal

MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS; IAST: Meḍisiṭi Vaidya Vignān Samstha) is an Indian medical college[2] affiliated with NTR University of Health Sciences.

The campus is located in Medchal mandal, thirty kilometres from Hyderabad, in the South Indian state of Telangana.

History[edit]

The college is a tertiary-education initiative under Science Health Allied-Research and Education (SHARE), a non-governmental organisation founded in 1985.[3]

The institute's affiliated private hospital in urban Hyderabad served as a primary treatment centre for casualties following the 25 August 2007 Hyderabad bombings at Lumbini Park.[4][5]

Hospital[edit]

The original cardio-thoracic speciality hospital, established in 1992, today functions as a general-practice facility as well as a teaching hospital for the college.

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Coordinates: 17°37′02.3″N 78°32′48.9″E / 17.617306°N 78.546917°E / 17.617306; 78.546917