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Ganga Ram Hospital signs MoU for collaborations in clinical care, training KIMS doctors


Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has signed an MoU with Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences for collaborations in clinical care, training and research.

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has recently signed an MoU with Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (under KIIT university) to collaborate in clinical care, training and research. First six areas in clinical care will be mother and child health, nutrition, biochemistry, medicine, orthopaedics and surgery, mainly directed towards tribal children.

 “SGRH will also train doctors from KIMS and will collaborate in research projects which are of relevance to the poor in India,” said Dr D S Rana, Chairman, SGRH’s Board of Management on the fourth anniversary of Ganga Ram Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER).

According to GRIPMER Dean Dr Samiran Nundy, SGRH has been running the country’s largest DNB training programme in 17 broad specialities and 14 super specialities.

It also publishes a bimonthly journal ‘Current Medicine Research & Practice’. Meanwhile, Dr Achyuta Samanta, Founder of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences and Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, delivered the annual GRIPMER Oration today.

“Education in today’s world is the only game changer for the uplift of poor and downtrodden. My aim is to empower as many poor children as possible with free and holistic education for their sustainable development,” Dr Samanta said.


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