Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Superspecialty Hospital in association with various colleges and boards offers various courses which can be taken up by fresh pass outs of MBBS or who have completed their diploma.
Critical care is the multidisciplinary approach to the management of seriously ill medical, surgical or medical management patients. Critical care is an area that presents many learning opportunities for medical and nursing students. However, the need for critical care education at the level is expected to increase.
The Facilities available for those taking up this course are:
1. Fellowship of College of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai
In 2016, Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Superspecialty Hospital in association with the College of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai started the Fellowship of College of Critical Care Medicine, a two year post graduate programme. Wherein the eligible candidate will undergo a thorough training under highly trained critical care experts. Students of this course will be trained on the latest advancements in Critical Care and Emergency care including ECMO. As a center of excellence and the leading hospital of this region, we cater to numerous cases of RTA (i.e. Road Traffic Accidents), Head injury, Gunshot injuries and other medical emergencies requiring urgent critical care support. Thus helping students to gather knowledge and expertise in this domain of Medicine. After the successful completion of two years, we are now ready to start with the third year of this course.
2. IDCCM (Indian Diploma in Critical Care Medicine) – Post Diploma Two Years Course
In association with the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, the aim of this training program is to enhance the skills of care providers who are working in the field of Critical Care Medicine. It also aims to standardize patient care and ensure good quality care can be provided to patients Indian Diploma in Critical Care Medicine (IDCCM) is a 2 years for DA/DTCD/CTCCM or equivalently qualified candidates.
3. CTCCM – Post MBBS Two Years Course
Critical care is an upcoming speciality and presently has a huge shortage of trained dedicated manpower. MBBS doctors are a major workforce in ICU teams. This course has been proposed to impart structured critical care training to MBBS doctors to improve patient management skills.
4. IDCCN – Two Years Course for Nursing
Indian Diploma in Critical Care Nursing (IDCCN) course is designed to assist students in developing expertise and knowledge in the field of Critical care Nursing. It will help students to develop advanced skills for nursing intervention in caring for critically ill patients.
The purpose of the course is to train nurses to:
In association of with the National Board of Examination, Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Superspecialty Hospital has received the approval to start the DNB in Anaesthesiology from the current session. DNB candidates shall have an exposure to all General, Specialty and Superspecialty anaesthesia like Neurosurgery, Minimal Access Surgery, Urology, Obs & Gynae, Paediatric and ENT etc.
The following stipend shall be paid:
|Year of Training||Stipend for Post MBBS trainee to be paid by us**||Stipend for Post Diploma trainee to be paid by us**|
|First Year||74,000||Third Year|
* This does not include any kind of allowances as may be paid to MD/MS candidates in our states and can be considered as the basic pay.
** This can be considered as a consolidated/Lump-sum stipend to be paid to the candidate by our hospital
|Fellowship of College of Critical Care Medicine, Mumbai||Starts 31st March every year|
|IDCCM (Indian Diploma in Critical Care Medicine) – Post Diploma Two Years Course||Starts in June & September|
|CTCCM – Post MBBS Two Years Course||Starts in June & September|
|IDCCN – Two Years Course for Nursing||Starts in June & September|
|DNB Anesthesia||Start date is decided by NBE.|
For further information, please Contact
Dr Vijay Kumar Mishra,
MBBS, MD, FRCA, FICCM
Medical Director – Medica Hospital
Director – Institute of Critical Care
It was an excellent experience after staying three nights at Medica. I will be visiting this hospital if needed and also refer othersMr.S. Majumdar
All staffs are very cooperative. A place of care, peace – home like feeling. Thanks MedicaMs.Chowdhury
Entire management and staff of the hospital are hard working. Keep it upMr. Duru
All staff members are very nice and friendlyMr. S Sethi
I am a retired employee of Coal India Ltd. My company has tied up with your hospital along with other hospitals all over India. But I have chosen Medica as your service is goodMs. S Dawn