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MEM At Premier Hospital


MEM plus additional training for FRCEM, UK
Masters in Emergency Medicine (MEM),
Offered by the Society of Emergency Medicine, India (SEMI).
With additional training for writing the primary and intermediate fellowship exam for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM), UK

Program Director:

Dr. Siddharth Marda, MBBS, MD (Accident & Emergency Medicine), FEM

Academic Coordinator:

Dr. Tausif Ahmed Thangalvadi, MBBS, MD (Accident & Emergency Medicine)

Contact Details:

Premier Hospital,
Opp. Quba Masjid, Nanal Nagar Chowrastha,
Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad,
Telangana 500028
T: 040-23515100, 23517100, 23518100
Duration: 3 years training period, starting in February/July.
No. Of Available Seats: 4 per batch (every 6 months).
Institution: Premier Hospital, Hyderabad, India.

Educational goals and characteristics:

The training encompasses all aspects of the evaluation and emergency treatment of patients with a wide spectrum of medical and surgical conditions. It will also prepare the trainee for taking charge of the ED floor during their working hours, following evidence-based approach to patient care, conducting ethical research, planning the duty roster, taking care of the ED library, coordinating academic sessions, liaising with various departments in the hospital for patient care and teaching fellow postgraduates and nurses posted in the emergency department. The candidate will be a full-time employee of the hospital working 48 clinical hours a week on average. Each candidate will be expected to produce at least one research project suitable for presentation as a thesis and also at a national/international scientific conference. They will be encouraged further to publish the same. They will also have protected the academic time of 6 hours once a week wherein lectures and teaching sessions will be conducted.


The applicant must:
Have completed their MBBS successfully and registered their degree with the Medical Council of India.
Any further evidence of interest or work experience in emergency medicine would benefit the candidate’s prospects of selection to the course.

How to apply

Applications to be submitted to the aforementioned e-mail address or in person with:

• Names of three referees with whom the candidate has worked.

• Detailed current curriculum vitae.

• Areas of interest (clinical and research).

The selection process is purely merit-based in which all the applicants for the program will be called for an interview. The successful applicants will be informed thereafter through email or phone.

[Applications are to be emailed to]