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Pain Management Course at GMC/GH

Interventional pain management course was imparted at the Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Hyderabad by Dr. Ram Pasupuleti, Director, Center for Pain Management, USA along with Dr. Rajsheker Kollipara, Pain Management Specialist, USA.

Gandhi Hospital

Gandhi Hospital began as an infirmary near Secunderabad Railway Station. Set up as “Cantonment and Civil Hospital” by the British Government in 1851, the facility expanded to 95 beds with three wards at the turn of the 20th century. One block served the military personnel, another served civilians, and a third unit called the “pauper house” likely served the underprivileged.

Renamed King Edwards Memorial Hospital (KEM Hospital) in memory of King Edward VII, the hospital expanded with charitable contributions by philanthropists. It was inaugurated by the British Resident, Mr. S.M. Fraser, on 20th December 1917. KEM was renamed Gandhi Hospital and thus became the teaching hospital for GMC. Until 1958, students of People’s Medical College and the GMC had to work at Osmania General Hospital for clinical education.

Upon learning that the old staircase was about to be discarded as scrap metal, GMCGA members made great efforts to safely move the veneered staircase to the newly built Alumni Education Center (AEC).