Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences (SGRDUHS), Sri Amritsar

Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences (SGRDUHS), Sri Amritsar

Excellence in higher education in health sciences

Sri Guru Ram Das Rotary Cancer hospital has facilities for latest treatment for cancer patients, equipped with Linear Accelerator, CT Simulator, Brachytherapy, which is offering world class faculties for cancer treatment, Art radiation treatment with facility of IMRT, IGRT and VMAT. Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences, Sri Amritsar becomes the only Private Health University in North India to get the Assistance to Disabled Persons for Purchase/ Fitting of Aids and Appliances (ADIP) Scheme under Department of Persons with Disability, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. Well-equipped Skill Lab has been established to provide hands on training to undergraduate, Post Graduate, Nursing and Paramedical students. Thalassemia ward is established in pediatrics department to serve the needy thalassemic patients of the region. 

The University is synonymous with excellence in higher education in health sciences. Every institute under this university has world class facilities and pedagogy, which are constantly reviewed and upgraded to reflect the latest trends and developments in higher education.


Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences (SGRDUHS), Located at Sri Amritsar, Punjab is an outstanding academic institute dedicated to produce exemplary doctors, nurses, health care professionals, academicians, and researchers. SGRDUHS is a State Private University declared on 19th August 2016 vide ordinance no 7/2016, under the Punjab Private University Policy 2010, established under Punjab Act no. 43 of 2016. It consists of Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (SGRDIMSAR), Sri Guru Ram Das College of Nursing (SGRDCON) and Sri Guru Ram Das Rotary Cancer Institute (SGRDRCI). Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital which came into existence in the year 1977, Medical and Cancer and Nursing Institute’s in the year 1997, 1997 and 2001 respectively have been managed under the aegis of Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital Trust, Sri Amritsar. Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences, Sri Amritsar was established in 1997 with intake capacity of 50 seats for MBBS Course which was recognized by MCI in the year 2003. In the year 2007 institute increased its intake capacity from 50 to 100 seats for MBBS Course which was recognized by MCI in the year 2012. Again, in the year 2013 institute increased its intake capacity from 100 to 150 seats for MBBS Course which was recognized by MCI in the year 2017.

Clinical Research Centre

The Clinical Research Centre (CRC) was set up by the University in March 2021 for development of scientific and professional manpower through Clinical Research Programmes. The centre was coordinated by Scientific Head Dr. Richa Gay Thaman, Professor, Department of Physiology, Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (SGRDIMSR) with co-opted faculty from different departments of the SGRDIMSR. The faculty strength in 2021-22 has increased to seven with two Clinical Research Co-ordinator, One Medical officer, Quality Manager, Clinical Nurse and Data operator.

The Clinical Research Centre (CRC) has 1800 sq. feet cover area with Data storage, Sample storage, Monitoring activities, Cold storage facilities (-20°C), Temperature Control systems (2°C-8°C and 15°C-25°C), Archival Area for research, Hospital has 765 beds, in house 24 hrs pharmacy, 24 / 7 Power back-up facility. The centre is located on the ground floor of Sri Guru Ram Das Hospital for providing quick access to all OPD and IPDs of SGRD Hospital for research. The centre has excellent facilities for research with fully temperature control system during summer and winter seasons. The centre is well equipped to conduct clinical research/Trails and any other academic pursuits.


Services Offered

The 1000 bedded SGRD Charitable Hospital Vallah, Cancer Institute and one primary rural health center and one urban health center are the epicenter of comprehensive quality health care services to rural, needy, marginalized and underprivileged population and at the same time providing undergraduate and postgraduate world class training facilities. The University follows highest professional academic standards and integrates clinical, biomedical and empathic attitude to promote health and well being of patients and the community. There is a commitment to produce physicians and health care professionals who will address local, national and international challenges in medicine in relation to patient and community care. We are committed to make a positive contribution to health care needs of the society.

Free Services
 Majority of the patients coming to this Hospital belong to rural areas and can’t afford treatment. Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital, Sri Amritsar provides free dialysis facilities to these poor patients.

Janani Bhalayi Scheme: Janani Bhalayi Scheme is a maternity benefit program run by the Institute that provide free medical support to pregnant women. Normal Delivery and Caesarean Surgery done free of cost. All the medicines required for surgery provided by the Institutes itself. In case of female child birth Rs. 1100/- also given to the patient as Shagun.

Pingalwara/Jatimkhana: Total free treatment provided to the patients of Pingalwara and Jatimkhana.

Jammu & Kashmir: Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital provides free medical treatment to Jammu & Kashmir Patients.

Free OPD: Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital provides free OPD to any person of any status regardless of religion, caste and creed to which they may belong. Free meals are provided to patients and their relatives every day as part of our social service.

Camps: Free Medical Camps of various specialties and Blood donation camps are organized regularly in nearby villages and cities for the poor and needy patients. This provides highly specialized quality Medicare facility to poor patients of far-flung areas at their doorstep.

This institute provided gift of 96 cochlear implants under SOUND (screening of Universal Neonatal Deafness) and regularly organize screening camps, 75% of treatment cost is borne by the SGPC.

During COVID times oxygen camps were organized at various regions of Punjab providing oxygen and medicines free of cost to the patients/Level 3 Dedicates Covid ICU care.


International Collaborations

Since year 2018 University has more than 20 MOUs with National and International institutes:

  • Clinique Du Docteur Jean Caussee (Causse Ear Clinic, Beziers, France) for fellowship program in Otology, Networking Centre for Live International Otology network (Lion) & Joint Research Publications. Where Dr. Rovert Vincet, Chief Otologist will train postgraduate from our University and also offer annual exchange of fellowship students under combined training.
  • The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, UK to facilitate the building of a mutual collaboration and partnership in the field of postgraduate medical education
  • The Marien hospital Stuttgart for exchange fellowship program in Rhinoplasty – Head Neck & Joint Research Publications.
  • Faculty from the Institute have been invited by FAIMER Philadelphia (under ECFMG) in USA as Regional Institute Faculty for onsite FAIMER (Foundation of Advancement of International Medical Education and Research) fellowship program.
  • The Institute has partnered with GEMx (Global Education in Medicine Exchange) students’ program under ECFMG, USA.
  • MOU Institute of Palliative Medicine (WHO Collaborating Center for Community Participation in Palliative Care and Long-Term Care) and Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences, Sri Amritsar.
  • Department of Genetic has been established and MOU has been signed with Genomic Medical Foundation, UK.
  • Other includes. Vincents Hospital, Sydney, The governing council of the University Toronto, Australasian college of Health service Management, Cape Breton University Sydney, Society of otolaryngologists of Nepal.

National Collaborations

  • Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech & Hearing Disabilities (Divyangjan) Mumbai for cochlear Implant Surgery and post implant rehabilitation per revised ADIP Scheme, 2014 of Govt. of India, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, New Delhi.
  • Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital & Research Center, Pune for Exchange Fellowship Program in Laryngology & Joint Research Publications
  • National Association of Palliative care for AYUSH and Integrative Medicine for foundation course and Fellowship
  • Tata Memorial Centre Mumbai.
  • Guru Nanak Dev University etc. 

Awards & Accolades

Information to be updated


Hospital Infrastructure

CT Simulator
CT Simulator
Cobalt Teletherapy
Blood Bank
Cath Lab
Central Lab

Clinic Research Department Infrastructure

Dedicated Team For The Project

Dr. Gurinder Mohan
Principal Investigator

Dr. Gurinder Mohan (Professor & Head, Department of Medicine, MD Medicine)

Honors and Awards

  • Honor to organize National Medicine update by Indian College of Physician (API) and National Diabetes Summit
  • Fellowship of Indian College of Physician (ICP) & Indian Association of Clinical Medicine (IACM)
  • Regional faculty of Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Mellitus (CCEBDM) being run by Public Health Foundation of India in collaboration with Dr. V. Mohan’s Diabetes institute.


  • Mohan G, Kaur S, Kaur R, Aggarwal A. Echocardiographic assessment of patients with atrial fibrillation: International Journal of Advances in Medicine; June 2019
  • Mohan G, Dhir T, Chandey M. Prevalance and clinical profile of metabolic syndrome in hypertensive patients and its correlation with insulin resistance: International Journal of Advances in Medicine; June 2019.
  • Singh H, Mohan G. To study the incidence of lacunar infarcts in patients with acute Ischaemic stroke and its correlation with carotid artery stenosis: Current trends in diagnosis and treatment; June 2019.
  • Mohan G, Singh AP, Kaur R, Sikand TS, Hepatorenal syndrome: a chapter. Medicine Update 2018- IACM 2018 :349
  • Mohan G, Chandey M, Monga A, Dev P, Comparative study of detection of diabetic neuropathy by clinical and nerve conduction study in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. IJAM; April 2018:5(2):380-383.
  • Kaur H, Mohan G, Sharma V, Singh KP, Girgla K, Pal R, Singh H. Artery of Percheron infarct: a case report. IJRMS 2018 Mar; 6(3): 1035-39.
  • Mohan G, Kaur H, Kaur N. Sagittal sinus thrombosis secondary to varicella infection- A case report, IJRMS; Dec. 2017:4(6).
  • Kaur H, Mohan G, Singh H, Singh Gurraj, Anusha. Coagulapathy secondary to chickenpox-A case report, IJRMS; Dec. 2017:4(6).
  • Mohan G, Kaur R, Aggarwal A, Singh P. To study levels of serum fibrinogen in type 2 diabetes mellitus and its association with diabetic microvascular complication. IJAR. 2017;4(1):10-14
  • Mohan G, Kaur R, Singh G, Singh P. To study the prevalence of insulin resistance in non- diabetes hypertensive subjects. IJAR. 2017;4(1): 92-97.
  • Mohan G, Kaur R, Singla M. Prevalence of cognitive impairment and its association with cardiovascular risk factors in elderly population. IJAR. 2016;3(12):1151-56.
  • Mohan G, Kaur R, Bhalla N, Gill G. Vitamin D levels in Diabetes Mellitus Type –II and its correlation with HbA1C levels. IJAR.2016;4(3):12-18.
  • Mohan G, Singh AP, Kaur R. Critical care polyneuropathy. Medicine update. 2016; 26(313): 1623-26.


Dr Manish Chandey
(MD Medicine)
Dr RichaGhay Thaman
(MD Physiology)
Dr Prabhjot Kaur Gill
(M.Sc. Ph.D)
Quality Manager
Dr Navpreet Kaur
Medical Officer
Ms Avni
Mr Jaspal Singh
(MCA/M.Sc. Computer Sci.)
Ms. Kirandeep Kaur
(M.Sc. IT)
Data Entry Operator
Ms. Amandeep Kaur
Research Nurse
Ms. Mankirat Pahwa
(B. Pharm/ PG diploma in Clinical Research & Pharmacovigilance)
Dr. Aashima
(BDS, M.Sc Clinical Research)

Ms. Mandeep Kaur

Office Assistant

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