President's Message
The Oxford Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre great value is placed on excellence, integrity, service, equal opportunity and inter-disciplinary collaboration. Our presence in the field of medical education is continuously growing through our commitment and determination in providing quality health care to large sections of the population.

Our focus begins from admissions to curriculum and to teaching and mentoring. The demanding and rigorous medical training combines lectures, laboratory experience and clinical work ranging from hospital to community service in rural areas.

Medical education does not exist to provide students with a living, but to ensure the health of the community -Rudolf Virchow

Students are trained to provide care in challenging circumstances and learn to effectively communicate with and treat each patient with respect and compassion. Students and faculty are deeply committed to the study and practice of medicine. The focus is to achieve competency in skills for providing excellent and compassionate care to all patients, regardless of culture, caste and creed.

The object of the institute is not only imparting quality of medical education to the students to become good Doctors but also to motivate them to serve in Community Oriented Health Care to rural community

The college provides ample opportunity for bio-medical and biotechnology research programs. Through cross-campus expertise, there is tremendous scope for collaborations between academicians, scientists and clinicians

The College and Hospital is equipped with state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic facilities providing specialized health care to patients from all walks of life.

Medical education is not just a program for building knowledge and skills in its recipients. it is also an experience which creates attitudes and expectations- Abraham Flexner

We are dedicated to the educational, professional and holistic development of a diverse group of students. Students are prepared to face the challenges of tomorrow so that they are competent to handle the responsibilities of the medical profession.

Dr. SNVL Narasimha Raju