Undergraduate medical students of PES ISMR organized a rally starting from CI office to UHTC, Kuppam for creating awareness about ill effects of tobacco and encouraging people to stop tobacco consumption in any form.
The medical ethics and awareness programme under the auspices of A.P. Medical Council, Vijayawada was inaugurated by Dr. C.V.Rao, Vice Chancellor of Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences. Speaking on the occasion he emphasized the efforts taken by the institution to improve the efficiency of examination and research activities. Dr.Suresh Krishnamurthy, Medical Director, Dr.H.R.Krishna Rao, Principal, Dr.T.Venugopala Rao, Medical Superintendent and Dr.Y.J.Visweswara Reddy, Vice Principal graced the occasion.
Glaucoma is considered to be a leading cause of blindness in the elderly. Early detection can prevent additional vision loss. A rally to mark the World Glaucoma Week saw active participation of undergraduate medical students in a rally from CI office to UHTC in Kuppam.
The graduation day at P.E.S College of Nursing College was marked by nostalgia and anticipation as undergraduate and post-graduate students received their certificates. The events of the day included photo session, procession, invocation song, lamp lighting by dignitaries and oath taking. Prizes to winners in sports and cultural activities and awards to merit candidates and best out going students were given.
As part of the Founder’s Day Celebrations clothes were distributed among all the housekeeping personnel working at PESIMSR Campus.
Dr. L Krishna, Prof & Head, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Dr.Y. J. Visweswara Reddy, Professor of General Medicine, who rendered their expert medical services to the people of Kuppam and its surrounding villages were felicitated at a public function organised on 14.11.2017 at Someswara Swamy Temple function hall, Kuppam.
Doctors at PES Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kuppam Campus undertook a complex surgery that was performed in two stages in the form of reduction of multiple mandible fractures and fixation with plate and screw. The patient had suffered multiple facial and scalp injuries resulting in fall back of tongue and airway narrowing and difficulty breathing and suffered a head injury with intracranial bleed.