Jubilee Mission Hospital has been known as a clinically wealthy, service minded, poor man’s hospital since its inception in 1952. In the year 2003 it ventured into the academic arena by starting a medical college. To the Medicare services were added the responsibility of grooming medical graduates, post-graduates and Para-medical technicians.
The transformation involved meticulous planning and implementation, expanding the infrastructure and building ‘state of the art’ operating rooms and critical care units. From a single operating complex with 6 tables, we grew into 4 operating complexes with 20 tables, handling over 100 cases a day. We now manage Specialty and Super- specialty work, Critical Care units, provide Palliative Pain Relief and labour Analgesia, cover Interventional Radiological Procedures and ECT, etc. Training in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care extended to under graduate and postgraduate students and Anaesthesia Technicians. Our library has an exhaustive collection of books and journals.
The ' Diamond Jubilee Year 2012 ’ inspired us to venture into the field of Continuing Medical Education and Jubilee Anaesthesia Insight -JAI 2012 was conceived. The success of this venture encouraged us to make it a yearly affair.
We stay, forever, committed to excellence in anaesthesia practice, research and academics.