International Student / Faculty Exchange and Rotation Program
The global health rotation at SHARE INDIA MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences has been developed with a vision of providing the student scholar a perspective of medical care in rural/resource-limited setting. The experiences gained by the exchange scholar can help enrich his/her perspective of clinical medicine.
Duration: Minimum of 4 weeks without vacation
- Premed students/ Undergraduates interested in a career in the Health Sciences
- Medical students/ MPH Students
Students: MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences is an accredited medical school affiliated to the NTR Health Science University with a 500-bed multispeciality hospital attached. Students interested in pursuing a career in the health sciences will benefit from the patient diversity to which the hospital caters. There are ample opportunities for learning about various medical conditions, especially infectious diseases in rural India. It gives the student scholar a perspective of diseases in a tropical country especially in the rural/resource-limited setting. On an average about 750-800 outpatients are served daily by care provided by the hospital at affordable, subsidized rates. Rotations can be tailored as per the interests of the student scholar. Students also participate in noon conferences.
Interested students have opportunities to participate in fieldwork, such as data collection for the ongoing projects in SHARE INDIA. (Details available on theshareindia.org). Students interested in HIV related work can also participate in activities of APAIDSCON such as organizing Red Ribbon Clubs, creating HIV/AIDS awareness programs; activities of the positive network. They can visit the villages with the team and interact with the local population. This also gives the student scholars an opportunity to learn about the socioeconomic conditions of people in rural India.
Unlike developed countries like the United States, medical care in rural India is very limited. Resident scholars can benefit from the experiences gained by working in a rural environment in a developing country. This will help them gain an insight into medical care in resource-limited settings. Rotations can be structured according to the interest of the resident scholar. Residents can rotate through various clinical departments of their interest. For residents interested in pursuing Primary Care /Family Practice, rotations can be structured to involve multiple departments with special emphasis on outpatient care such as Dept of medicine, women and child health, skin & casualty .The MICU has patient diversity, rotating here would enrich overall clinical experience. Residents who are interested in HIV medicine and I.D fellows can attend the weekly I.D clinics. Case presentations are done at noon conferences. Overall, the experience gained here can be applied in part to rural settings in the US.
You have to mail your request with the following document to Tariffs with effect from 1st Jan., 2016 shall be as under: Revised tariff (With effect from 01-01-2016) Single Occupancy Twin Sharing Basis AC Rooms Rs.1200/- per day Rs.1800/- per day (Rs.900/- per head) Non-AC Room Rs.500/- per day Rs.800/- per day (Rs.400/-per head) If you have questions please feel free to mail us with copy to all.
Dr. P.S. Reddy / Dr. Vijay Yeldandi / Dr. Madhu K. Mohan, MD/ Dr. Shailendra D., MD:
Accommodation and Food:
Type of Accommodation
Commute from Airport to MIMS:
Your experience about the rotation program - Technical Report.
Any other views / suggestion and experience you had during your rotation in the campus.
You have to mail your request with the following document to
Tariffs with effect from 1st Jan., 2016 shall be as under:
Revised tariff (With effect from 01-01-2016)
Twin Sharing Basis
Rs.1200/- per day
Rs.1800/- per day (Rs.900/- per head)
Rs.500/- per day
Rs.800/- per day (Rs.400/-per head)
If you have questions please feel free to mail us with copy to all.
Please contact any of the following for more guidance:-
Dr. P. S. Reddy, MD
Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Vijay V. Yeldandi, MD
Head Infectious Diseases and Public Health, SHARE INDIA