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Bhubaneswar, July 10: AMRI Hospitals, Bhubaneswar, has awarded the Master of Emergency Medicine (MEM) to five of its students at the first convocation ceremony held on the hospital premises, Tuesday.
The convocation was attended by Bhubaneswwar unit AMRI hospitals vice-president Lakshmi Narayan Reddy Chinnam and Medical Advisory Board chairman BN Mishra and George Washington University course director Sajid Nomani were present on the occasion.
The first batch of five students had commenced their MEM residency in 2015. During their three-year residency, the students underwent training in various medical and surgical specialties and received regular hands on training by international faculties from George Washington University. They successfully completed their exit examination held at Delhi June 27-29 and presented their research thesis in front of internationally acclaimed experts in Emergency Medicine.
Chinnam congratulated the students on their successful completion of MEM residency and appreciated the role of emergency physicians in ensuring quick and life-saving treatment to the patients. He hoped the graduating students will contribute to solve India’s healthcare scenario.
Dr Sajid asserted that the students have received necessary competency training in Emergency Medicine and the need of such skilled physicians is enormous.