Govt cleared proposal for New AIIMS

By | March 15, 2016

Establishment of New AIIMS 

The Government has cleared the proposal to establish three new AIIMS, at Mangalagiri near Guntur in Andhra Pradesh at the cost of Rs. 1618 crore, Nagpur in Maharashtra at the cost of Rs 1577 crore and Kalyani in West Bengal at the cost of Rs 1754 crore under PradhanMantriSwasthyaSurakshaYojana(PMSSY), involving a total financial implication of Rs 4949 crore.

The establishment of each of the new AIIMS will be completed in a period of 60 months from the zero date ( that is the date of the approval of Government of India ), broadly comprising a Pre-construction phase of 12 months, a Construction phase of 42 months and a Stabilization/Commissioning phase of 6 months.

The capacity of each of these hospitals and other amenities is annexed in the List.

Facilities in each AIIMS under PMSSY

Ø  Intake of 100 under-graduate students at each of the Medical College, besides the facilities for imparting PG/doctoral courses in various disciplines.

Ø  Provision of Nursing College as a Centre of Excellence for pursuing programme inB.Sc (Nursing) and M.Sc (Nursing) students.

Ø  Total bed strength comes to 960 beds, with 42 specialty/super-specialty departments, as below:-

  1. 500 beds –     Hospital
  2. 300 beds –     Specialty/Super-specialty

iii.            100 beds –     ICU/Accident Trauma

  1. 30 beds –       AYUSH
  2. 30 beds –       Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Ø  Details of specialties and super specialties are as under:-



  1. General Medicine
  2. General Surgery
  3. Obstetrics & Gynecology
  4. Orthopedics and Traumatology
  5. Pediatrics
  6. Dermatology & STD
  7. Auto-Rhino laryngology (ENT)
  8. Ophthalmology
  9. Rheumatology
  10. Pathology with Central Lab
  11. Microbiology & Infectious diseases
  12. Radio-diagnosis & Imaging
  13. Radiotherapy
  14. Anesthesiology
  15. Transfusion Med. & Blood Bank
  16. Psychiatry
  17. TB & chest
  18. Dentistry


  1. Cardiology
  2. Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery
  3. Gastroenterology
  4. Surgical Gastroenterology
  5. Nephrology
  6. Urology
  7. Neurology
  8. Neurosurgery
  9. Medical Oncology
  10. Surgical Oncology
  11. Endocrinology and Metabolic diseases
  12. Clinical hematology
  13. Pediatric Surgery
  14. Burns and Plastic Surgery
  15. Pulmonary medicine and critical care
  16. Nuclear Medicine


  1. Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Bio-chemistry
  4. Pharmacology
  5. Community Med/Public health
  6. Forensic Medicine


  1. Physical Med. & Rehabilitation
  2. Hospital Administration

The Health Minister, Shri J P Nadda stated this in a written reply in the RajyaSabha here today.

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