MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences is established at Ghanpur, Medchal Mandal, Ranga Reddy Dist of Telangana by Share Medical Care (NGO), during 2001-2002 over an area of 40 acres in the MediCiti Campus of 200 acres. A 300 bedded multi-specialty MediCiti Hospital functioning at Ghanpur since 1992 is attached to MIMS. MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS) was started during the year 2002-2003 with annual intake of 100 students. The college has started functioning from 17th October 2002 following admission of 1st batch of students of 100.
Medical Council of India has accorded permission for the 1st batch on 26th August 2002 vide letter No. U.12012/111/2000-ME (P-II) dated 6th August 2002, Govt of India, Min of Health & FW. The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare ,Govt of India, with the recommendation of Medical Council of India Recognized the MIMS for awarding of MBBS degrees with effect from yr 2007 vide its letter No. U 12012/333/2000-ME(P-II) Dt.19/06/2008. and Continuation of recognition granted vide
Letter No .MCI-34(41)2007-/28718) Dt.13/06/2012 MCI granted permissions for increase of seats for 100 to 150 from academic year 2012-13 vide Letter No.MCI-.37(1)/2012-MED/114274 Dt.27/06/2012 and renewal for 2nd batch and 3rd batch of students of 50 for the acedemic year 2014-15 vide Lr.No.MCI-37(1)(R1-6)/2012-MED./15117 Dt..20-06-2013 , provision for increasing the bed strength to 700 by the end of 5th year (increase 0f 50 beds annually) As on date the bed strength is 720 excluding 50 beds of Intensive Care .Imbued with a passion to serve the community and create a centre of excellence in medical education, a handful of forward - looking dynamic personae, with a highly professional & enlightened industrial group to back up, established MediCiti Institute of Medical Science, initially, an undergraduate medical college at Ghanpur, Medchal Mandal, Ranga Reddy Dist of Telangana under Share Medical Care, a not-for-profit NGO, during 2001-2002. The college spread over an area of 40 acres in the MediCiti campus of 200 acres, in lush greenery, hillocks & lake, only 30 km away from Hyderabad city, on Nagpur Highway No. 7. A 300 bedded multi-specialty hospital that was functioning in the campus since 1992, was attached to MIMS to make it a full-fledged teaching college under Dr.NTR Health University and together their journey began on 17th October 2002 following admission of the 1st batch of students of 100.
Medical Council of India (MCI) had accorded permission for the 1st batch in 2002 & subsequent batches, thereafter.Post graduation courses started during the is an 2009 in all the pre,para and clinical departments with annual intake of 50 degree students in all the departments Today in 2019, the college is in its 17th year and the campus is buzzing with activities, with 750 UG students, 150 PG Students and a thousand others, comprising faculty member and support staff. On an average, about 1200-1300 Out Patient's get benefited by medical care provided by the hospital at affordable, subsidised rate.
The college has comprehensive facilities for teaching and research, the hospital, the patients care. All the eight non clinical departments of undergraduate courses have adequate infrastructure with full-fledged laboratories, world class lecture halls, with audio visual aids.
There is the right blend of youth and experience in faculty members, both in medical and pre-medical courses. With 13 clinical departments, the hospital practically treats all types of disease conditions with support from pre and para clinical departments. Most of the equipments in the laboratory and diagnostics and those used in monitoring the patient's conditions are state-of-the-art.
The hospital has latest equipment like CT Scan,MRI,Mamography,Colour Dopplars, 2D echo, Tread Mill, ventilators, auto analyzer etc The students are especially benefited by the variety of teaching materials, thanks to the hospital's rural hinterland. The college provides excellent campus life with hostel facilities, canteen and a good cafeteria. Besides, a number of students do commute from nearby areas and from Hyderabad, by specially deployed student buses