MCOMS - Overview



At present, MTH has a capacity of 750 beds along with all specialty OPD’s, 7 Operation Theatres, 24x7 ER/Casualty (with CT, MRI, USG and X-Ray availability), well-equipped dedicated Intensive Care Units, 2 Labour Rooms, Haemodialysis Unit, Clinical Labs and Imaging Services, state-of-the-art medical equipment, Blood Bank, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, round-the-clock Pharmacy, Oxygen Generator Plant with Medical Gas Pipeline System (MGPS) for independent medical gas supply to the hospital, 24-hour power with DG back-up, Bed lift for patient-shifting on trolley, Ramp for physically challenged, 3 ambulances (on demand).

Clinical Education: Though MTH offers comprehensive healthcare services to the general public, it was established primarily for imparting specialized clinical/bedside training including Health Sciences Education for Clinical Sciences students of MCOMS. The teaching hospital has a commitment to research and is indeed a centre for experimental, innovative and technically sophisticated services; undertakes scientific research & development activities and specialized training for doctors which are possible with such bevy of multi-dimensional services with state of the art facilities in place.

Scope for Foreign Medical Students: In addition to newly graduated physicians gaining the clinical experience and knowledge they need to become effective and highly qualified doctors through bedside clinical training in the hospital, MTH also runs residency & Elective programmes, which range in length and subjects/specialty.

Social Responsibility: MTH also deliver primary and secondary health care services through its Satellite Community Health Centres and various Outreach Clinics in arrangement with some international and national NGO’s. The teaching hospital also serves as safety net providing treatment to financially unsound patients at fully or substantially discounted cost