MAEER's MIT GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS, PUNE (INDIA)

Over the past years MAEER's MIT have opened the Medical Sciences Learning Centre - in 1990 along complete multispecialty hospital has 500 bed capacity expandable to 750 in future with Hospital, at Latur Campus.

Maharashtra Institute of Medical Studies & Research (MIMSR) at Latur in 1990, with the 500 bed capacity hospital is attached to it as Yashwantrao Chavan Rural Hospital, Latur. Lateron in the year 1995 Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education & research (MIMER) is developed at Talegaon Dabhade near Pune. By grabbing the need of pharmacist Maharashtra Institute of pharmacy established in 1997 at kothud Campus.

Only Multispecialty hospital is upcoming at our Raj Baugh campus with name Vishwaraj Hospital.

MAEER's MIT, Medical Education wing recognize the commitment towards the betterment of society & hence frequently carry out many allied free medical camps & provide the latest Medical facilities to the poor & downtrodden at affordable costs.

All healthcare & diagnostic services are regularly rendered through our Medical College, Pharmacy, physiotherapy, Dental, Nursing & Hospitals. Our hospitals at various locations are with potential Capacity admitting patients for all major & minor clinical problems.

The hospital is very well-equipped with the most advanced facilities in the area and caters to the needs of rural and urban population in and around Campus.

Hospitals play an important role in the health care system. They are health care institutions that have an organized medical and other professional staff, and inpatient facilities, and deliver medical, nursing and related services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Hospitals offer a varying range of acute, convalescent and terminal care using diagnostic and curative services in response to acute and chronic conditions arising from diseases as well as injuries and genetic anomalies. In doing so they generate essential information for research, education and management.

Traditionally oriented on individual care, hospitals are increasingly forging closer links with other parts of the health sector and communities in an effort to optimize the use of resources for the promotion and protection of individual and collective health status.