The city of Vijayawada has a population of close to 1 million and a drawing area of close of 2 million people. Non-Resident Telugu physicians hailing from the coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh are acutely aware of the need to establish a modern specialty and general hospital in Vijayawada to serve the people of this region. The Government of Andhra Pradesh has made a policy decision to give an Essentiality Certificate to establish atleast one medical college in each district of Andhra Pradesh. By this impetus, a group of NRI Physicians purchased 50 acres of land and established a 750-bed NRI General Hospital and NRI Academy of Science Medical College in Chinna Kakani, between Guntur and Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, India.
- Educating the physician and medical scientist workforce
- Discovering new medical knowledge
- Developing innovative technologies for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
- Providing health care services in academic settings at an affordable cost.
Goals and Objectives
Our goal is to produce physicians who are prepared to serve the fundamental purposes of medicine. To this end, our graduates will possess the attributes that are necessary to meet their individual and collective responsibilities to society.