Within the campus the ambulance service between the departments is free of charge.
Ambulances are available round the clock for patients. The charges for ambulance are Rs 8/- per kilometer but not less than Rs 61/- within corporation limits. Ambulance can be arranged through the PRO of the hospital. Phone: 2257352 / PBX Ext 208. Ambulance services are also available in Lari Cardiology Centre (Phone: 2265817 / 2265910 ) and Psychiatry Hospital (Phone: 2265416 / 2266724).
www.kgmcalumni.com is the official website of the KGMU Alumni. Our alumni around the world have spread excellence and maintained high traditions of Georgian culture.
This site should provide you with
A meeting point with Georgians
List of alumni from 1940 onwards
KGMU DONATES 1.1 CRORE FOR UTTARAKHAND RELIEF OPERATIONS
KGMU VC Prof. D.K Gupta presented a cheque for Rupees 1.1 crore to the UP Chief Minister as contribution for helping the state of Uttarakhand in the hour of tragedy. This money was raised after the faculty members and employees of KGMU donated two days salary to help the victims of Uttarakhand tragedy. A team of doctors from KGMU is already lending a helping hand to the doctors of the local administration health services in treating the victims.
Headache Update - 2013 organised at Scientific Convention Centre, King George's Medical University, Lucknow
State level Indian Society of Hematology & Transfusion Medicine quiz on 17th June, 2013 organised by Department of Clinical Hematology & Medical Oncology, KGMU, Lucknow.
Teachers Day function was organized on Sept 5, 2013 in Brown Hall Administrative Block KGMU Lucknow. Several faculty members were honored with various awards.
Student Awareness Programme organized on the occasion of the "National Symposium on Lead Awareness" organized the Department of Biochemistry, King George's Medical University, Lucknow on October 6, 2013
Visit of Uttarakhand Governor HE Shri Aziz Qureshi to the University on January 21, 2013
The King George Medical University, Lucknow, established in 1911, has been a frontrunner among medical education institutions in the country By an act passed by the Government of Uttar Pradesh on the 16th September 2002, the college was transferred under a new university...
In 1870, the Maharaja of Vijaynagaram first floated the idea of starting a medical college in Lucknow and offered to donate Rs 3 lacs, but due to paucity of funds this was not passed by the Government and the dream of the Maharaja could not take shape. It was in 1905 that, to commemorate the visit of Prince of Wales to India, the Raja of Jehangirabad and Sir Taussuduq Rasool requested the Raja of Ayodhya to persuade Sir James LaTouche, Lt. Governor of United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh) to recommend the establishment of the medical college to the Governor of India. This time the Government gave its sanction but with the condition that the people of United Provinces raise a sum of Rs 8 lacs.
Prof. D. K. Gupta
Prof. Devendra K. Gupta joined as Vice Chancellor of the King George's Medical University U.P. in April 2011.