medical education

Kauvery Hospital offers a diverse range of medical educational advancement, training and observer-ship programs, together with conferences and symposiums at our campuses in Chennai and Trichy. It is our endeavor to provide continuous professional development programs in medical as well as surgical practices. Our eminent teaching physicians and allied healthcare professionals and nurses, coordinate a varied range of educational programs to meet the needs of physicians, fellows, residents, medical students, and administrators, internationally.

The goal is to bring about collaboration and interaction among the healthcare professionals with an understanding of how each segment complements the other, thereby creating a deeper appreciation of each role played in the overall scheme of care giving, consequently bringing about the best of outcomes in patient care. Our spacious premises are well equipped with the state-of-art facilities to enhance the learning experience. “Healthcare has made tremendous progress and is undergoing change constantly and therefore it is changing the way we deliver care services to the patients. The core competencies now lie in quality and the end results of patient care, rather than concentrating on reimbursement for services rendered. Consequently, this requires caregiving by a comprehensive team (with varied expertise and experiences) all working together to provide the best of care and outcomes for patients. Therefore an integrated medical and educational program is important and essential.

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    77 is an age at which pain is nothing new. It was not the fear of pain that made me hesitate when doctors suggested brain surgery. I was worried if I will survive the procedure. I finally gave in. I put my faith in the surgeons who have healed thousands of people before me. When I recovered from surgery, with the nagging pain gone, a whole battalion of my grandchildren descended on me exclaiming, “Grandpa! You have nerves of steel”. Did I? I wonder