Mumbai: The British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin Training Academy has chosen CritiCare Asia Multispecialty Hospital & Research Centre as the first hospital in Mumbai to start Post-Graduate training for Membership of Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) (Medicine) (UK).
Criticare Asia Multispecialty Hospital & Research Centre was intrusted the honour after a detailed facility inspection and assessment by a high-level team from the UK. The Two Plus programme is an International Post Graduate Training Programme with two years of placement at participating hospital at home country and two years at participating hospital under NHS, UK. The candidate whilst in clinical job will obtain 2 years training in India and 2 years in UK. They are expected to complete MRCP (Royal College of Physicians) at the end of 4 years of training .Candidates inducted to the programme shall also participate in the MBA (Healthcare and Leadership) Programme of the University of South Wales.
Speaking on this achievement, Dr. Deepak Namjoshi, Founder and Director, CritiCare Asia Multispecialty Hospital & Research Centre said – We are elated that CritiCare Asia Multispecialty Hospital & Research Centre has been selected by the Royal College as its examination centre to start Post-Graduate training for Membership of Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) (Medicine).It is a corroboration of the talent pool we have set in motion here as well as a exemplification to the quality of accompaniments we offer. We are assertive that this will help to address the need gap and it will bring to being gilt-edge doctors and further invigorate the medical fraternity in Mumbai and in turn, India. During the Program, medi cal trainees go through extensive practical training and laboratory research and patient management in outpatient and inpatient setting with Core Medical Training. We look forward to this partnership and similar associations in the years to come.
On grounds of the proliferating number of applications from doctors in India and the waiting period of almost three years to be admitted to the proficiency exam, members of the BAPIO Training Academy have called on hospitals across India to apply to become new centres. These leading-edge course offering training and job opportunities both in India and UK is undertaken in collaboration with BAPIO Training Academy (BTA) which is the training and education arm of the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) and an important pillar of its strategic approach to promote professional & clinical excellence.