Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital (IMS and SH) is the Medical College and Hospital of Siksha 'O' Anusandhan. It consists of the Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) which is the medical college and SUM Hospital, the hospital of Siksha 'O' Anusandhan or SOA.
Information under Clause 'B.1.11' Of Minimum Standard Requirement Regulations, 1999 and as amended.
The HMCHR is founded with the single point aim of providing the best of medical training in these parts of the country. At present the hospital has 400 Teaching beds with state of the art operation theatres. Besides there are 20 intensive care beds with 24hrs with high-tech trauma care facility, serving a wide cross section of the community, belonging to every segment of society. Free medical services are given to the poor and needy patients. Separate rural and urban health training centers have been established so as to impart field-practice training to medical students and helping the needy people nearby and those in remote areas.
Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) a constituent of KIIT, offers a unique combination of experience and expertise. Located in an ultra-modern and eco-friendly campus, it has two wings – The Hospital and The Medical College (for MBBS & M.D. courses). ‘The Medical College’ offers MBBS course at the undergraduate level with an annual intake of 100 students as well as M.D. Course at postgraduate level. A high academic standard is maintained by an experienced and dedicated team of professors, clinicians and scientists, who are engaged in teaching research and developing technologies in health care. The courses are approved by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and the Medical Council of India (MCI). The Medical College has 21 academic departments, providing the study, treatment and prevention of human diseases and maternity care.
Admission to the M.B.B.S. Course is through NEET, an all India entrance test.