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Aims and Objectives


The Main objectives of the Institute

Patient care
Teaching and Training
Research
Community care

The aim is to offer world class patient care in Gastroenterology related disorders. To achieve this the institute is well equipped with advanced technology and dedicated faculty, sub specialized in different areas in Gastroenterology.

Another objective of the institute is to produce dedicated, competent specialists in the field of Gastroenterology. To achieve this, the institute offers a structured teaching and training program in Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology disciplines leading to the award of DNB degree. In addition the institute offers PhD in different areas of Gastroenterology. The institute conducts regular workshops and CME programs and also takes part in various national and international workshops. It has the credit of training many national and international doctors in acquiring advanced endoscopic skills.

Another goal of the institute is research in the field of Gastroenterology, to find answers to many gastroenterology disorders. To achieve this the institute has established high quality research lab with dedicated and experienced scientists. The institute is collaborating with various national and international research centers to achieve this objective.

The fourth goal of the institute is preventive gastroenterology, to prevent various preventable gastrointestinal and liver disorders. To achieve this the institute offers health care to the rural public under the auspices of charitable trust 'Asian Health Care Foundation'. Initially this will cover the State of Andhra Pradesh. The specialist gastroenterology health care is offered at the door step of the patients, by means of fully equipped mobile gastroenterology units. In addition to this, various epidemiologic data is collected regarding various gastrointestinal and liver diseases. This epidemiologic data will help the research wing in targeting the research towards these areas, so that the research output can be fruitfully translated to clinical benefit to suit our patients.