Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences Conducts Free Heart Check-up

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Rotary International will conduct a free camp at PVS Hospital, Kozhikode, on April 23, and 100 children selected at the camp will be offered free heart surgery. Almost 95% of children with congenital heart disease are not getting proper treatment in India, said Renu P. Kurup, Cardiologist at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi. "Each year, around 2.5 lakh children were born with heart problems in the country, and that the number was the highest in the world. Though these diseases can be cured through surgery, lack of proper diagnosis and treatment is leading to child deaths,” she said.

AIMS Disaster Management Medical Team Departed for Rajasthan & Gujarat to Extend Medical Aid to Flood Affected Areas

The Disaster Management Medical Team from Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi departed for Rajasthan and Gujarat to extend all necessary medical aid to the needy patients in the flood affected areas. Ernakulam District Collector M. G. Rajamanickam flagged off the 25-member medical team on August 05, 2015. 

AIMS Disaster Management Medical Team Reached Out to the Flood Affected Areas in Jammu & Kashmir

Under the advocacy of Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS), doctors, paramedical staff and the Amrita Mobile Telemedicine Unit (AMTU) departed to Jammu & Kashmir on September 30, 2014 to extend all necessary medical aid to the needy patients in the flood affected areas.