About Us

The world-class clinical education offered by experienced medical team
and well qualified teaching staff set a benchmark
for young medical aspirants.

Message from Academic Co-ordinator

Dear Students,

KIST Medical College offering a better campus environment to allow positive learning in the premises students. KIST Medical College provides medical education for UG and PG students of different medical and paramedical programme with world class diagnostic & treatment facilities equipment.

KIST Medical College offering a better campus environment to allow positive learning in the premises students. KIST Medical College provides medical education for UG and PG students of different medical and paramedical programme with world class diagnostic & treatment facilities equipment.

Prof. Dr. Kishore Singh Basnet

Academic Co-ordinator

Our Mission

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The KIST Teaching Hospital will actively promote and preserve the highest values and ethics in education to produce medical professionals of global standards, to create a Centre of excellence in medical education, the modern facilities and state of art equipment’s for excellent specialized health care in the region.To be one of the preferred learning destinations for students and faculties of health professions education.

Our vision

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Our Vision To create competent, humane, and compassionate healthcare professionals through excellence in holistic education, healthcare, and research. To function as an independent Centre of Excellence committed to high-quality specialized excellent health care services in the country and conduct research on relevant local health problems for the holistic development of community services and medical education.

Physical Infrastructure

At present, the college and the teaching hospital are functioning from three main buildings. These are the Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (IBMS) block, the Teaching Hospital block, and the OPD and Administrative block.

The OPD and Academic Block

The ground floor has various outpatient departments (OPDs) and also houses the patient waiting area. The third floor has student classrooms. There are four classrooms two small ones which can accommodate 50 students and two large ones which can accommodate over 100 students. The classrooms are equipped with modern audiovisual aids like overhead projectors, LCD projectors, slide projectors, laptops, and television monitors. This block also houses the administrative offices of the institution on the first floor and the outpatient hospital pharmacy on the ground floor.

The Teaching Hospital Block

The ground floor has the emergency wing, Gynecology & Obstetrics ward, and radiology department, and other diagnostic facilities e.g. endoscopy suite. The emergency is equipped with all modern facilities and has eight beds in the emergency ward and eleven beds for observation. The central sterile supplies department and the laundry are also on the ground floor. The college teaching hospital has an adequate number of beds in various departments according to the requirements of TU and NMC. The first floor houses the Medicine and or- thopedic ward, clinical laboratories, various departments of dental college, and inpatient pharmacy; the second floor has the hemodialysis unit, high dependency care unit, nephrology ward, and the Dental OPD; the third floor has the Major Opera- tion Theater, the surgical ward and Postoperative ward and the ICU, NICU, and CCU. The top floor houses Psychiatry, Oph- thalmology, Dermatology and Otorhinolaryngology wards. The college auditorium with a seating capacity for 200 per- sons and is also situated on the top floor. To ensure easy access to stretcher trolleys and wheelchairs, a sloping ramp connects all the wards of the hospital. A lecture hall to seat 100 students has been constructed on the top floor.

Hostel Facilities

The college offers comfortable twin sharing and four-seater residential accomodations in the Integrated Basic Sciences (IBMS) block for around forty students. Preference is being given to students from outside the country and outside the Kathmandu valley, girls, the physically challenged, Dalits and Janajatis. The hostel fees for twin-seater accommodation are Nepalese Rs. 6000 per student per month and for four-seater accommodation, it is Nepalese Rs. 3500 per student per month. There are separate accommodations for boys and girls. Male students are strictly prohibited from going to the female students’ rooms and vice versa. The consumption of alcohol and other intoxicating substances is strictly prohibited and if discovered may lead to expulsion from the hostel and the institution.

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