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Clinical Hospitals

YSMU has more than 15 specialized hospitals with the latest apparatus, equipments and monitors where medical students are well trained. They are given an opportunity to provide competent medical services to the public as well as to carry out practical research work. International students also familiarize in different specialized clinics with outpatient services as well as more complicated cases in the concerned departments. This outpatient clinic provides medical care to paediatric and adult population. Family physicians provide the medical care bringing forward narrow specialized and laboratory-diagnostic services. There also exists the service of speech therapist, as well as a physiotherapeutic cabinet. RA Genetic Centre is located at the “Muratsan” University Outpatient clinic, where diagnostic and dispensary control of hereditary diseases is maintained.

Apart from the above mentioned facilities and services, Yerevan State Medical University owns certain clinical bases/platforms structured into medical centers and hospitals. These bases/ platforms are as follows:

  • Armenia Republican Medical Centre (740 beds)
  • Mikayelyan Institute of Surgery (110 beds)
  • Malatia Medical Centre (124 beds)
  • Shengavit Medical Centre (67 beds)
  • Erebouni Medical Centre (750 beds)
  • Nairi Medical Centre (100 beds)
  • Grigor Lousavorich Medical Centre (526 beds)
  • Nork Republican Infectious Clinical Hospital (300 beds)
  • Kanaker-Zeytun Medical Centre (200 beds)
  • S. Malayan’s Eye Centre (125 beds)
  • Sourb Astvatsamayr Medical Centre (368 beds)
  • Sourb Nerses Mets Medical Centre (116 beds)
  • Haematology Centre after Prof. R. Yeolyan (90 beds)
  • Armenicum Clinical Centre (50 beds)
  • National Oncological Centre after V.A. Fanarjyan (500 beds)
  • Maternal and Child Health Centre (300 beds)
  • Artmed Medical Centre (192 beds)
  • Outpatient Clinic at Grigor Narekatsi Medical Centre

All these multidisciplinary clinical hospitals and outpatient clinics provide students and clinical residents an educational platform which offers the opportunity to deal with all types of patients. The clinical experience is based on core training at University’s clinical hospitals and centres. The students and clinical residents actively participate in the primary care services as well as complex care of challenging.

Apart from the above mentioned facilities and services, Yerevan State Medical University owns certain clinical bases/platforms structured into medical centers and hospitals. These bases/ platforms are as follows:

  • Armenia Republican Medical Centre (740 beds)
  • Mikayelyan Institute of Surgery (110 beds)
  • Malatia Medical Centre (124 beds)
  • Shengavit Medical Centre (67 beds)
  • Erebouni Medical Centre (750 beds)
  • Nairi Medical Centre (100 beds)
  • Grigor Lousavorich Medical Centre (526 beds)
  • Nork Republican Infectious Clinical Hospital (300 beds)
  • Kanaker-Zeytun Medical Centre (200 beds)
  • S. Malayan’s Eye Centre (125 beds)
  • Sourb Astvatsamayr Medical Centre (368 beds)
  • Sourb Nerses Mets Medical Centre (116 beds)
  • Haematology Centre after Prof. R. Yeolyan (90 beds)
  • Armenicum Clinical Centre (50 beds)
  • National Oncological Centre after V.A. Fanarjyan (500 beds)
  • Maternal and Child Health Centre (300 beds)
  • Artmed Medical Centre (192 beds)
  • Outpatient Clinic at Grigor Narekatsi Medical Centre

All these multidisciplinary clinical hospitals and outpatient clinics provide students and clinical residents an educational platform which offers the opportunity to deal with all types of patients. The clinical experience is based on core training at University’s clinical hospitals and centres. The students and clinical residents actively participate in the primary care services as well as complex care of challenging.

Library

University Library being founded in 1930, the University library now comprises over 6,50,000 textbooks and professional literature. The research and academic stock of the medical library is extremely rich. The medical library of the University is one of the richest libraries. The textbooks and professional literature are replenished by works authored by the University faculty; manuals are also obtained from overseas countries In addition, specific research journals and magazines are regularly obtained. The library has two sterling halls, one of which is equipped with computers having free access to University’s online educational resources to be used by students, residents, researchers and faculty members. These computers, as well as computers at other halls are gateways to international research resources, such as Up-to-date, Hinari, Ovid-SP. The University covers the resource-related expenses, respectively. Medical librarians provide assistance and consultation recommending resources for individual and group research. The library and the reading hall are widely used by the students till late evening hours. Prior to beginning of classes, students are provided with manuals and handouts for disciplines to be studied in the given term. Upon completion of the term, these materials are handed in to the Library. Every student owns his/her ID card registered with a code number. In practice, all the theoretical academic departments and the majority of clinical academic departments provide students with methodical literature (for practical classes) published by faculty efforts. The Library is equipped with photocopying resources. Library needs are met by the University Printing House. The Library is also a treasury for ancient medical literature of historical value.

Library Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:00
Saturday 09:00 – 15:00

Reading-hall Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00 – 21:00
Saturday 09:00 – 18:00

Library Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:00
Saturday 09:00 – 15:00

Reading-hall Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00 – 21:00
Saturday 09:00 – 18:00

Hostel

The University Hostel established for Foreign students is composed of two buildings. The Hostel provides adequate facilities necessary for residing, studying and recreation activities. Separate hostels wings are provided for boys and girls on sharing basis. International hostels are furnished with basic amenities and are centrally heated. The Hostel Cafeteria presents itself as a non-commercial dining facility with cheap prices. Indian food is also available. Each floor houses a kitchen intended for use by students to prepare meals. Hostel residents are served with free breakfast on each working day. The hostel is provided with Wi-Fi equipped Computer hall, Reading hall, Conference Hall, Event hall, Dining hall, Television lounge, Laundry facilities and Sports ground. Laundry equipment is also available at the Hostel: 7 washing machines and 7 tumble dryers. In winter autonomous heating supply system operates at the Hostel. The Hostel is supplied with cold and hot water and energy on a 24-hour basis. The student doesn’t pay for the electric energy consumed, water supply, for using First-aid unit and Internet services and doesn’t have to pay for other utility expenses. Twice a month students are provided with clean beddings free of charge. Expenses for these services are covered by the University. The second floor of the Hostel Building No.1 is structured in a way to resemble a guest house having a separate entrance with 23 rooms specifically designed for the University guests. Hostel Security officers and necessary equipment ensure (fire safety devices, cameras) the safety and security of students. First-Aid Unit at the Hostel provides first aid and medical care on a 24-hour basis. The hostels are conveniently located at walking distance of 2-3 min from the bus stop where students can catch comfortable buses and mini-buses to the University. Popular supermarket offering wide range of products (food, groceries, toiletries, etc) at affordable cost is situated across the street.

Food Services

Medical University’s Food Services provides distinct on-campus catering services, which are also available at the University Hostel. There are 4 cafeterias in the University campus and one in the Hostel. These dining facilities are affiliated to the Medical University and operate on a non-commercial basis. This is the reason accounting for significant drop in price of meals served at these cafeterias; namely, the prices are half or a third of the market price of meals at other catering facilities in the city. However famous International food chains like Pizza-Hut, Pizza-di-roma, KFC are quiet popular in the city.

Religion

Armenia is a Christian country. It is the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301 A.D. The center of Armenian Apostolic Church is in Echmiadzin.

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