The Department Of Ophthalmology Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital Under The Aegis of Karnataka Ophthalmic Society. Brochure
RajaRajeswari medical College and Hospital (RRMCH) is organizing a CME on World TB Day
Department of ENT is organising a talk on 14th March 2014.
Inter Medical College Fest “SYNERGIA” was organized by RRMCH from 14th-16th Mar with hordes of sports, literary and cultural events.
The Department of Physiology is conducting a CME (Continuing Medical Education) event on 11th March 2014 in the College auditorium at Rajarajeswari medical College and Hospital from 9 AM to 5 PM. The subject of the event is “Basics of Sleep and Sleep Disorders”. The keynote speakers are : Dr. Bindu M. Kutty, Prof of … Continue reading Basics of Sleep and Sleep disorders
The department of Physiology has conducted a CME on 11th Mar and the subject of the event is Basics of Sleep and Sleep Disorders.
To combat fire mishaps, RRMCH recently undertook fire fighting mock drill handled by Minimak Fire Services on 8th Mar.
A CPC is organised by the department of Pathology on 28th Feb at the college auditorium at 2.30 PM. Speakers – Dr. Reshma & Dr. Mohan
Department of General Medicine is conducting a CME on “Thyroid Disorders, Focussing on clinical and sub clinical hypothyroidism” Speaker : Dr. Karthik Prabhakar MRCP (UK) Consultant Endocrinologist Manipal Hospital Bangalore Date : 18/02/14 Time : 2.30 – 3.30 PM venue : College Auditorium
iHeartScan was an event organized by RRMCH. The event was a huge success given the agenda and the noble idea of helping heart patients all over India
Leprosy still continues to be a major problem in India due to the continued transmission of the disease, potential risk of developing disabilities and deformities, with devastating social and economic consequences. Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL) KARNATAKA branch will be organizing World Leprosy Day throughout Karnataka on 30thJanuary, 2014 with an objective … Continue reading CME on Leprosy
30th January, is celebrated every year as the Anti Leprosy Day all over India to commemorate his selfless efforts and care for the people affected by leprosy.