Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences

Bihar's Premier Healthcare Institute

इंदिरा गांधी आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान

बिहार का प्रधान स्वास्थ्य संस्थान

An Autonomous Institute under Government of Bihar & Statutory University created by an Act of State Legislature and recognized by UGC
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Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sheikhpura, Patna

was setup with anobjective to provide the best medicare facilities to the peoples in and around Bihar.The hospital aims to be the AIIMS of this region.So far, it has been successful in achieving part of its goal and IGIMS is acting hard to achieve its goals for the broader interest of masses.

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Our mission extends beyond the institute and into the communities that we serve.

The institute provides education in medicine and does conducts many health and medicinal research in Bihar. It received affiliation of medical college from MCI in September 2011. It has 120 recognised MBBS seats and the highest number of superspeciality seats among the colleges of Bihar.


Welcome to Our Institute

IGIMS was established on 19th November 1983, as an autonomous organisation on the pattern of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. The objective was to provide super specialty medical facilities in Bihar. On 27th January 1983 Cabinet approved the completion of this massive project in 4 phases within a span of six (6) years. According to the decision of State Government, 130.20 Acres of land was transferred to IGIMS.


I.G.I.M.S. strives to meet the health needs of all who live in our service area with quality, compassionate care.
Bio-Medical Waste Management

Hospital wastes have always been considered as potentially hazardous in view of the inherent potential for dissemination of infection. The major identified hazard was that of infection, because over millennia communicable diseases had been the most common cause of morbidity and mortality in the community and majority of persons receiving treatment in the hospitals were suffering from communicable diseases.