SMCH’s Distinctive Oaths

Creating Medical Faculty

The Special Medical Programs are an initiative at SMCH for the purpose of creating Medical faculties which are required for the purpose of creating learned Medical Professionals. It is an evident fact that as much is the deficiency of Doctors in our society, the Faculty for their creation is also very low. The low Teacher- student ratio in our country has been a prime concern for the growth of professionals in the country, the college thereby initiating to teach apprentices and therefore assist them in to a learned Teaching in the medical Profession.

Developing globally acclaimed Eye Care specialist

The division of medical science that concerns the anatomy as well as physiology of the eye is known as Ophthalmology. This field also deals with the diseases that might affect the eye, the proper treatments required and the preventive methods. A professional of this field is known as an ophthalmologist. He specializes in medical treatment and also does operation in cases of patients who have eye problems that requires surgery.

The provision of primary eye care is rapidly changing, with practitioners becoming increasingly involved in the diagnosis, management and co-management of a wide range of eye conditions. The MSc in Ophthalmology and Optometry is designed to provide eye care professionals with an enhanced knowledge in clinical decision making as the basis for the safe and effective management of a wide range of ocular conditions. Depending on the professional requirements and personal interest, students can tailor their MSc according to specialty with other options. Primary eye care is rapidly expanding to include diagnosing and treating ocular disease in close collaboration with secondary and tertiary care providers. For optometrists, these new roles are in addition to their traditional role of examining eyes and determining the refractive prescription. The management of eye conditions is normally carried out either independently or in partnership with medical practitioners. These new roles involve taking on greater responsibilities, and require additional specialized academic training.