Medicine is taught in institutions, community colleges, and hospitals. Academic rigour enhances the reality of patient care. As a result, a medical college and a hospital are essentially the same thing. They are connected in this way, and they should be. Medical institutions take pride in their position in the hospital community.
There are several reasons for this. Medical institutions are unique centres of sophisticated, safe, and holistic health care — a far contrast from corporate hospitals — because of their rigorous academic procedures, strict ethics, required peer reviews, audits, accountability, accreditation, and research. Without a doubt, our mission of improving community healthcare through education motivates us at KFMSR.
As an institute, KFMSR places a strong focus on ethics. Ethical care is what we practice here and provide to our people. In addition to guaranteeing an ethical approach, we also take care of the science of care! We provide modern, evidence-based treatment to our patients without overburdening them with unnecessary tests. Our experts will always discuss the treatment choices with the patient and pick the best solution for them. We aim to be the best at what we do all of the time, and the tracking and research required by the professional courses we teach ensure that this is happening.