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Greetings from EmergencyMedicine.in - The first and only web portal for emergency medicine in India.
We started in May 2006 and are continuing on our quest to provide all EM related information.

As we are all taking the specialty of emergency medicine into its new rapid phase of expansion, the
demand by newcomers for authentic information is at its peak.

www.emergencymedicine.in now recieves more than 12000 visitors per month! Our mailbox is now recieving
about a 100 enquiries a month about all aspects of EM. We get enquiries for locations of training
programs, departments, Heads, EM physicians, mentors, examinations, overseas observerships,
international visitors and workshops. We also are now giving career advice to fresh graduates regularly
and directing them to relevant institutes based on their preferences.

In an effort to standardise the information we have about emergency departments in India, we have created
an online form which needs to be submitted, in order to be listed on our website. This information will be
displayed and used to guide students, residents, observers and potential training candidates to your dept.

The list of emergency departments in India can be reached by clicking on the link at the top left corner of this page.

We will process your submitted information and update our site pages accordingly.
Please include any information specific to your dept that you want us to know.

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World Health Day - 7th April 2009

Save lives. Make hospitals safe in emergencies.

World Health Day 2009 focuses on the safety of health facilities and the readiness of health workers who treat those affected by emergencies.
Health centres and staff are critical lifelines for vulnerable people in disasters - treating injuries, preventing illnesses and caring for people's health needs.
READ MORE on the WHO website

One Year Rural Posting Mandatory for PG Medical Students

One Year Rural Posting Mandatory for PG Medical Students: Central Government
The Centre has taken a major step towards ensuring the availability of doctors in rural areas. It has made one-year combined rural posting mandatory for all doctors seeking a post-graduation in India. The new ruling is applicable to students from the next academic session onwards.

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Rural India to get more docs
It has become obligatory for all MBBS pass-outs applying for post-graduation to do a combined rural posting for four months each in primary health centres, community health centres and district hospitals under the state government.
The rural posting has been made compulsory for the postgraduate medical aspirants only and not for the doctors wishing to enter into practice.

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Postgraduate degree only for those who complete 3 years.

Open varsity degree not equal to regular PG: apex court
Postgraduate degrees awarded by open universities under the distance education programme to students who did not have the basic three-year degree could not be treated on a par with PG degrees obtained after regular study from a recognised university, the Supreme Court held on Wednesday.

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No PG degree unless student completes 3-year graduation: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has upheld a UGC rule which says that no student shall be eligible for a Masters degree, including under the Open University System (OUS), unless he or she has successfully completes a three-year degree course.

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MCEM Residency in New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore & Chennai

Emergency medicine residency towards the MCEM exam can now be done at various Apollo Hospitals in the country.
Apollo Health City, Hyderabad has been training EM residents and conducting the MCEM part A entry and part B & C exit exam since June 2005.
The other Apollo Hospitals where EM residency can be done are

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi
Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad
Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore
Apollo Hospitals, Chennai

However, the exam center for all parts of the exam will remain at Hyderabad.
The official dates from when the residencies can commence at various institutes have not been announced yet.
It is recommended to contact the respective Heads of Emergency Medicine departments for more information.