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All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi ( AIIMS New Delhi ) is a public hospital and medical research university based in New Delhi, India. The institute operates autonomously under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and is subject to the AIIMS Act of 1956. [2]

Official seal of AIIMS (New Delhi)
Sharīramādyam khalu dharmasādhanam
"The body is indeed the primary instrument of the Dharma ."
ArtPublic Medical School
Established1956; 65 years ago (1956)
presidentHard Vardhan
deanVinay Kumar Bahl
directorRandeep Guleria
671 [1]
9.956 [1]
students18.933 [1]
students3,209 [1]
PhD students10.399 [1]
1.991 [1]
3,334 [1]
place, ,
28 ° 33'54 "N 77 ° 12'36" E. /. 28.565 ° N, 77.21 ° O. / 28.565; 77.21
websitewww .aiims .edu


Laying of the foundation stone in one of the AIIMS academic buildings, placed by Elizabeth II

The idea of ​​AIIMS came about in 1946 on the recommendation of the Health Survey of the Indian government. From then to the founding and development of AIIMS (New Delhi) in the following years, several famous personalities contributed to the realization of the idea. Originally proposed by then Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru to be founded in Calcutta, it was founded in New Delhi after the highest minister of West Bengal, Bidhan Chandra Roy, rejected it. [3] The foundation stone for AIIMS Delhi was laid in 1952. [4] On February 18, 1956, the then Minister of Health, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, presented a new bill in the Lok Sabha, which would eventually become the AIIMS law. "It was one of my cherished dreams that, for postgraduate studies and the maintenance of a high standard of medical education in our country, we should have an institute of this kind that would enable our young men and women to complete their postgraduate education in their own country" , she said. [5] The old and new main OPD blocks at AIIMS, New Delhi are named after her. When the law was passed in May 1956, it became the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act in 1956. [4]


Emergency block building on the east campus.

International ranking

  • AIIMS (New Delhi) was ranked 231 worldwide by QS WUR in the biosciences and medicine category and 151-200 in the medicine category. [9]
  • AIIMS (New Delhi) was selected in 2020 by QS WUR in South Asia in the category of life sciences and medicine in first place. [9]
  • AIIMS (New Delhi) is also among the World's Top Hospitals 2020 - Top 100 by Newsweek. [10]

National ranking


  • AIIMS is the first Indian center to perform a successful heart transplant. The operation was carried out in 1994 by P Venugopal, the ex-director of AIIMS. [11]
  • AIIMS is an advanced center for stem cell therapy in India, especially cardiac and neurological. It is considered a pioneer in stem cell injection. [12] [13] [14]
  • In cooperation with Germany, AIIMS has India's first and only training center for minimally invasive surgery. [fifteen]
  • The first in-vitro fertilization facility in the public sector was set up in February 2008 at AIIMS (New Delhi). [16]


  • Kayakalp Award (Cleanest Medical Facility) for 3 consecutive years 2017, 2018 and 2019: First prize for maintaining cleanliness in the institute's premises. [17] [18]


Main site

The main campus of AIIMS New Delhi is located in Ansari Nagar in Delhi. It is adjacent to the South Extension II market and is on either side of Sir Aurobindo Marg, south of the flyover intersection of the AIIMS roundabout.

The AIIMS main campus is mainly spread over 5 locations:

  1. East Campus - Contains the OPD Block, Main Hospital Block, Ward Block, Medical College, Research Department, Convergence Block, BB Dixit Library, Administration Wing, Student Dormitories, Central Lawn, Jawaharlal Auditorium and Staff Housing. The 4 specialist centers for cardiothoracic + neurosciences, the cancer center, the center for eye sciences and the center for dental training and research are also located on this east campus.
  2. West campus - It consists mainly of staff accommodation and dormitories.
  3. JPNA Trauma Center - It is intended exclusively for emergency services. In June 2018, a tunnel and ramp road was also opened between the East Campus and the JPNA Trauma Center Campus. This connection route is very useful for quickly transferring critical patients between the two sites. In addition to the JPNA Trauma Center, a 100-bed hospital for plastic and burn surgery is also under construction. It will also include a skin bank for burn injuries.
  4. Masjid Moth Campus - This website features new Post Graduate and Resident Doctor's Apartments. There is also an underground car park here. The upcoming new OPD block, the mother and child care unit, the surgical block and the geriatric block are also under construction. These new blocks are intended to reduce the patient burden of the current OPD block on the East Campus, which currently has around 10,000 outpatients per day.
  5. Ayurvigyan Nagar Campus - This also applies to the accommodation of teachers and staff.
JPNA Trauma Center building
Central lawn, with teaching block in the background

Everywhere in AIIMS is the Safdarjung Hospital and the associated Vardhman Mahavir Medical College (the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University). Adjacent is also the headquarters of the Indian Council of Medical Research, the institution that coordinates and finances medical research in India. Also nearby is the National Medical Library operated by the General Directorate of Health Services of the Government of India. It has an extensive collection of scientific and medical journals that researchers can access.

Extension campus of AIIMS (New Delhi) Jhajjar-AIIMS-II

The second campus of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS-II), which extends over 1,335 square kilometers of land, was visualized during the time of Prof. Tirath Das Dogra as Director AIIMS Delhi and Anbumani Ramadoss (President, AIIMS). , Minister of Health and Family Welfare of India in 2009 in Badshah Village, Jhajjar District, Haryana. It was believed that AIIMS-II was developed as the world's largest super specialty medical training center to meet the tremendous need for super specialists in various fields in India. The 330 hectare land was donated by then Prime Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda from Haryana to Anbumani Ramadoss in the presence of Director AIIMS Tirath Das Dogra in a large public event on February 28, 2009 at the planned location. [19] The National Cancer Institute will be established first, the National Cardiovascular Center next as a joint venture between the government of Haryana and the Union Department of Health in a number of future developments as planned. [20] The next under the plan is a unique collaborative center between the IITD Jhajjar campus, which is located next to the Jhajjar extension of AIIMS (New Delhi). They are to jointly set up a "biomedical research park" in which joint doctoral / research programs are carried out, which are supported by the Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT). [21]

National Cancer Institute (NCI) and upcoming National Heart Institute

The 710-bed National Cancer Institute of India and the Infectious and Community Diseases Center on the Jhajjar Extension Campus of AIIMS (New Delhi) are being built on 32 acres based on the model of the National Cancer Institute of the USA for 2234 GBP. [22] and it focuses on the treatment and research of India-specific cancer. [23]

It went into operation on December 18, 2018, including an OPD, laboratory and 250-bed hospital, which will be expanded to 710 beds by December 2019. [24] It is managed by Dr. GK Rath, former head of the oncology department at AIIMS (New Delhi). . [24] This is where that too National Heart Institute (India) established. [25] The helipad will be developed here for the ambulance in January 2019 to serve emergency patients from remote areas. [26]

Ballabhgarh Extension Campus

Ballabhgarh was founded in 1965 and is an expansion campus of AIIMS in the city of Ballabhgarh in the Faridabad district of Haryana. [27] The rural area of ​​practice OPD [ Need for clarification ] Campus was built in collaboration with Government of Haryana "Ballabgarh Health and Demographic Surveillance System" - called the "Comprehensive Rural Health Services Project". [28] [29] In 1961 the Rural Field Practice at AIIMS (New Delhi) was founded with the help of the Rockefeller Foundation. In 1965, the comprehensive project for rural health services with a 50-bed hospital, 24-hour emergency and obstetrics facilities, outpatient services in the fields of medicine, surgery, pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics, ophthalmology, ear, nose and throat was launched in Ballabgarh. Medicine, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pediatric surgery, dental care, homeopathy, NCD clinic [ clarification required ] , ANC Clinic [ clarification required ] , Immunization clinic, laboratory, radiological and ultrasound examinations. [27] [30] [31] [32]

Ghaziabad Extension Campus

The National Drug Dependence Treatment Center [33] is an intensive field training area and an expansion campus of AIIMS (New Delhi) in the city of Uttar Pradesh in Ghaziabad. [32]

The Drug Dependence Treatment Center, AIIMS, was established in 1988 and was operational in New Delhi. In 2003 it was expanded into a National Drug Dependence Treatment Center and has been fully operational since April 2003 from its new premises in Ghaziabad, Delhi-NCR.

NDDTC was established as the top center for drug and substance abuse disorder treatment in the country. It offers a state-of-the-art model for addiction treatment. This center has a wide range of specialists and facilities. The NDDTC is located on a 10 hectare beautiful campus. It currently has 50 bed treatment systems

The PhD program in addiction psychiatry and the DM (Addiction Psychiatry) program was started in 2012 and 2015, respectively.

The ex-head of the center was a member of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), a United Nations monitoring body.

NDDTC has been named a WHO Collaborating Center on Drug Abuse (2012-2020).

AIIMS (New Delhi) master plan for the renovation of the campus 2019

In February 2019, the Union Cabinet, chaired by the Indian Prime Minister, approved "in principle" the implementation of the master plan to transform the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi into a first-class medical university. [34]

The visualization at the time the institute was set up (in the 1950s) was for a limited number of patients. The medical institute was set up as a tertiary center and has now developed into a primary care center. Over time, the requirement has multiplied. The upcoming master plan will now have a vision for the next decade.

  • The master plan envisages freeing up sufficient space through renovation, vertical expansion and reorganization of the land use and thus optimizing the institute's infrastructure for the next 20 years.
  • It is proposed to re-develop the infrastructure of AIIMS, New Delhi by consolidating patient care, teaching, research, administration and support services in areas of East Ansari Nagar (main campus) and in residential facilities of East Ansari Nagar (main campus). to the Trauma Center Extension (New Rajnagar) campus.


The project would provide patients with highly specialized, state-of-the-art health care and an integrated “one campus” response to all investigative, physiotherapeutic, operative, rehabilitation and professional needs of patients. It would ensure intelligent mobility and accessibility for patients and become a central tertiary center for the further development of research, clinical applications and patient management.

Work expected according to the renovation master plan

AIIMS (New Delhi) will expand its existing capacity of 2,478 beds by around 3,000 more beds by 2024. By then there will be a facility with around 5,500 beds. [35]

A move that will be a relief for the thousands of patients who visit the hospital every day, as nearly 15,000 patients and their companions are currently in the hospital every day. It also aims to strengthen patient care and residential facilities for faculty members and staff.

Officials said the estimated cost of executing the master plan is 10,345 crore, including 1,000 crore for hiring workers.

The project will be completed in two phases; While phase 1 will be completed in 46 months, the second phase will be completed in 70 months.

According to the plan, a congress center, a guest house with 40 rooms, a hostel with more than 4,500 rooms and 500 residential units with Allied parking spaces will be set up.

Since there is no further room for expansion due to the limited availability of land, residential facilities will be relocated from the trauma center campus to the west campus (Ansari Nagar) to the east campus (Ansari Nagar) and the Ayurvigyan Nagar campus . This frees up space on the main campus and enables vertical expansion. [36]

Given that senior faculty members are raising issues with the institute's lack of laboratories and operating rooms, the administration hopes the upcoming project will investigate this issue. This new plan will also create space for research projects that are still pending due to lack of space.

Health care

medical facilities

Department / sub-specialty
1. Anesthesiology
2. anatomy
3. biochemistry
4. Biomedical engineering
5. biophysics
6. Bio statistics
7. biotechnology
8. Breast and endocrine surgery
9. Cardiac anesthesiology
10. Cardiac biochemistry
11. Cardiac pathology
12. Cardiac radiology
13. cardiology
14. Cardiac surgical intensive care
fifteen. Cardio-thoracic and vascular surgery
16. Cardiovascular Radiology and Endovascular Interventions
17. Community medicine and family medicine
18. Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
19. Dermatology and venereology
20. Dietetics
21. Drug addiction and addiction psychiatry
22. Emergency medicine
23. Endocrinology and Metabolism
24. Forensic medicine and toxicology
25. Forensic Pathology and Molecular Laboratory
26. Gastroenterology and human nutrition
27. Gastrointestinal surgery and liver transplant
28. General surgery and surgery with minimal access
29. geriatrics
30. Gynecological oncology
31. Surgical oncology for the head and neck
32. hematology
33. Hepatology
34. Hospital administration
35. Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology
36. Integrative medicine and research
37. Laboratory medicine
38. Laboratory oncology
39. Medical genetics
40. Medical oncology
41. Medical physics
42. medicine
43. microbiology
44. Neonatology
45. Nephrology
46. Neuro-anesthesiology and intensive care medicine
47. Neurobiochemistry
48. neurology
49. Neuropathology
50. Neuropsychology
51. Neuro-Imaging & Interventional Neuroradiology
52. Neurosurgery
53. Nuclear magnetic resonance
54. Nuclear medicine
55. Nursing and obstetrics
56. Gynecology and obstetrics
57. Ophthalmic Sciences
58. Onco-anesthesiology & palliative medicine
59. Mouth, jaw, and facial surgery
60. Organ removal & stem cell science
61. Organ transplant and general surgery
62. Orthodontics
63. Orthopedics
64. Ear, nose and throat medicine
68. pathology
65. Pediatric Cardiology
66. Pediatric endocrinology
67. Pediatric medicine
69. Pediatric Nephrology
70. Pediatric Neurology
71. Pediatric neurosurgery
72. Pediatric Oncology
73. Pediatric pulmonology and intensive care medicine
74. Pediatric surgery
75. Pedodontics & Preventive Dentistry
76. pharmacology
77. Physical medicine and rehabilitation
78. physiology
79. Plastic, reconstructive and burn surgery
80. prosthetics
81. psychiatry
82. Pulmonary medicine and sleep disorder
83. Radiodiagnosis and Interventional Radiology
84 radiotherapy
85. Reproductive biology
86. rheumatology
87. Surgical oncology
88. Transfusion medicine and blood bank
89. Transplant Immunology and Immunogenetics
90 Trauma surgery and intensive care
91. urology

Clinical statistics for the 2017-2018 session

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