Nobel Medical College, Nepal
Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital (P) Ltd., an affiliate to Kathmandu University, was founded in 2007. The college is located in Biratnagar, one of the major academic hubs of eastern part of Nepal. It’s key objective to impart international standard medical education to the meritorious students of Nepal and abroad enrolled for both medical and paramedical courses.
Nobel Medical College, Recognized by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC), has constantly maintained its academic standards at par with the requirements of other Medical Councils and Universities across the globe.
Noble Medical College listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED).
The Hospital presently has 900 beds of its own at full function. It serves the patients from various communities of Nepal and adjoining districts of India. It has already started Super Specialty Services with eminent super specialized doctors. The hospital is expected to expand its bed strength up to 2000 by 2015. NMCTH is affiliated to Kathmandu University Recognized by Nepal Medical Council Registered at Company Registrar Office.
NOBEL QUICK FACTS
- 100% pass result in licensing examination conducted by Nepal Medical Council.
- 100% passed out result in MBBS final exam 2067- first record in NEPAL.
- 100% pass result in University Examinations of MBBS, B. Sc. Nursing and other programs.
- 100% pass result with distinction in B. Sc. Nursing examination 2012 (IInd year exam, Ist batch).
- Kathmandu University (KU) Top of MBBS final exams by 2 batches in three consecutive years.
- 900 beds with more than 90% occupancy. The highest rate among the private medical colleges in Nepal.
- Highest patients flow (More than 1200 per day) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
- Highest faculty-student ratio (1:10) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
- Second largest Dialysis Unit (kidney treatment center) of Nepal.
- Well equipped NICU, CCU and ICU services.
- 10 sophisticated operation theatres.
- 100 bedded ICU block (Largest ICU in South Asia).