The intensive care unit or the ICU, also called the critical care unit, is a designated area of a hospital dedicated exclusively for life-support, round-the-clock monitoring, and intensive care of seriously injured or acutely ill patients. Intensive care units are available at all Apollo tertiary care centers and Apollo Hospitals.
The ICUs are well-equipped with the most advanced life-saving technologies. Undergraduate students at The Apollo Medical College are trained in intensive care medicine or critical medicine in the ICU during their final year of MBBS and during the internship, by intensivists and specialists in internal medicine, emergency medicine, and critical care medicine.
A discussion about a subject matter will teach you more about the issue at hand than just listening to it from a one-dimensional perspective. We believe in engaging our students in seminars, talks, webinars, and group discussions as a part of CME. The Apollo Medical College holds regular talks and seminars at the campus as well as other outside locations in view of our students to benefit from them. Best speakers are brought in with high knowledge on the subject matter and care is taken to ensure modern topics are regularly discussed. We encourage all students to actively participate in the same making this a positively reinforcing experience.