Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College, Dhule

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Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College
Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College
MottoService before Self
TypeGovernment Medical College
DeanDr Meenakshi Gajbhiye (Vahane)
Undergraduates100 per academic year
AddressChakkarbardi, Malegaon Road, Samta Nagar, Dhule, Maharashtra 424001, India
20°51′50″N 74°45′44″E / 20.864024°N 74.762324°E / 20.864024; 74.762324Coordinates: 20°51′50″N 74°45′44″E / 20.864024°N 74.762324°E / 20.864024; 74.762324
AffiliationsMaharashtra University of Health Sciences; Medical Council of India

Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College (SBHGMC) is a medical institution in Dhule, Maharashtra, India. It is affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and recognised by the Medical Council of India.[1] It was established in 1989 and was previously affiliited with Pune University and later with North Maharashtra University.

SBHGMC principally offers the MBBS medical degree (Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery). Post-graduate courses are not offered. It has a total student intake capacity of 100.

Students come from all over India. The division of seats for students from the state of Maharashtra and the rest of India is subject to change, but has been:

  • Students from MHTCET (Maharashtra Health Sciences Common Entrance test): 85%
  • Students from PMT (All India Pre Medical Test): 15%

The campus is located on the outskirts of the city of Dhule city.

The hospital attached to the college is Government Hospital, Dhule, also known as Civil Hospital, Dhule. It has 545 beds and is a major hospital in Dhule district, treating approximately 600 patients a day, many from rural areas.[2][3]


  1. ^ Medical Council of India. "Medical Council of India- Colleges teaching MBBS" Archived 2011-05-05 at the Wayback Machine., Nov 18, 2012.
  2. ^ Santosh Sonawane, "Where doctors practise in fear", Times of India, March 16, 2017.
  3. ^ Santosh Sonawane, "Govt hospital doctors in Dhule set an example", Times of India, March 25, 2017.

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