About FCPS: FCPS (Fellow of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan) is a postgraduate degree awarded by College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan upon completing specialized training in chosen area of specialization and passing the examination in that specific specialty. College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan was awarded "Best postgraduate institution of the world" in 2013 by Socrates Committee Of Europe Business Assembly.
IOM- CPSP Linkage: Programme was established in 1998. Since its establishment 80 candidates have passed FCPS – Part I exam and 14 have been awarded with Fellowship till June 2009. Grande is one of the two institutes in the valley providing FCPS PROGRAMME IN ORTHOPEDICS which is recognized by Nepal Medical Council and is equivalent to MD/MS in Orthopaedic Surgery.
Grande International Hospital got its accredition in 2016.
Eligibility for Admission: Any Doctor wishing to achieve fellowship (FCPS) must first pass FCPS - I (Part 1). This exam is MCQ based exam and can be done in the chosen specialty.
Requirements and duration of training: Any Doctor wishing to achieve fellowship (FCPS) must first pass FCPS - I (Part 1). This exam is MCQ based exam and can be done in the chosen specialty. After passing FCPS - I training starts. It has two parts: initial two years training in General Surgery. An Intermediate Module Exam is given after that. The remaining 3 years of training has to be done in Orthopaedic Surgery. After full 5 years of training and completing few compulsory requirements the candidate is eligible for exit exam FCPS -II. After passing this exam the candidate is awarded FCPS degree.
List of Students undertaking Clinical Internship Program at GIH
|S.No.||Name of Student||Country||University||Assigned Department|
|1||Ms. Suheda Evsen||France||Toulouse Medical School,Purpan (France)||Emergency Medicine, Pulmonology, Cardiology|
|2||Ms. Charlie - Ange Delplace||France||Toulouse Medical School,Purpan (France)||Emergency Medicine, Psychaitrics, Dermatology|
|3||Ms. Maud Lefebvre||France||Toulouse Medical School,Purpan (France)||Emergency Medicine, Psychaitrics, Orthopaedics|
|4||Mr. Vince O' Neil||Australia||Tweed Hospital, NSW, Australia||Emergency Medicine|
|5||Miss Emilie Goffinon||France||University of Brussels, Belgium||Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery|
|6||Mr. Yalonbo M' Bhok Richardson||France||Libre de Bruxelles University, Belgium||Emergency Medicine|
|7||Ms. Debeaud Juliette||France||Libre de Bruxelles University, Belgium||Emergency Medicine|
|8||Ms. Sarah Wagner||Germany||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania||Emergency Medicine, Pre-Hospital Service and Surgery Department|
|9||Ms. Pauliina Korhonen||Finland||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania||Emergency Medicine, Pre-Hospital Service and Surgery Department|
|10||Ms. Stella Katharina Maria Hoh||Germany||University of Mainz, Germany||Department of Neuroscience & Neurosurgery|
|11||Mr. Liam Naybour||England||University of Birmingham, England||Department of Paediatrics & Neurology|
|12||Ms. Krista Koskinen||Finland||Uppsala University Medical School, Sweden||Department of Orthopaedics & Paediatrics|