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Amar Hospital Patiala-Resident Medical Officers Required

Amar Hospital, Patiala, a first hospital in Patiala to be certified for NABH Safe-I programme and a 150 bedded NABH accredited super specialty hospital, is going to recruit  energetic and qualified Resident Medical Officers for the full-time position. The qualification for this is MBBS. The appointed Resident Medical Officers are able to handle Emergency cases.

Eligible Doctors can send your CV by  November 26,  2017 at Office of Human Resources, Amar Hospital, Income Tax Office Road, Bank Colony, Patiala or they can Email: [email protected]


The dream of Amar Hospital nurtured and grew within Dr. J.S. Bahia, the founder and Managing Director of Amar Hospital, until the point of inflection happened in 1997. Dr. J.S. Bahia, an ambitious personality, turned his dream into a reality – a dream where quality healthcare is given, where pursuit of clinical excellence is a daily endeavour.

Dr. Amarjot Singh Bahia, has brought in a new vision wherein Amar Hospital has stepped ahead to enter the new era of healthcare by extending to a 150 bedded super speciality hospital with 36 critical care beds, 3 Modular Operation Theatres, and a fully equipped Cardiac Cath Lab.

Amar Hospital has succeeded in being more than just a quality healthcare provider. It has been a major player in scripting the medical landscape of the state. To enhance performance and service to customers, Amar Hospital always strives to transform its procedures and processes.

Super speciality Facilities being provided: 
• Cardiology
• Neurology
• Orthopaedics
• Internal Medicine
• Anaesthesiology
• Oncology Surgery
• Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
• Paediatrics & Neonatology
• Neurosurgery
• Dentistry
• Urology
• Nephrology
• Gynaecology
• General Surgery
• Pathology
• Gastroenterology
• Psychiatry
• Pulmonology, Critical Care & Sleep Study
• Radiology
• Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation
• Forensic Medicine


National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) has launched the Safe-I programme for improving patient safety by prevention of infection within the premises of healthcare organization. It ensures essential standards in healthcare and implies that the hospital adheres to safe injection and infusion practices, biomedical waste management, healthcare worker safety, sterilization & disinfection and all other processes that prevent infection.


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