ACPM Medical College was established in the year 1984 by Late Shri Annasaheb Chudaman Patil. ACPM Medical College provides quality education in the field of medical science. The college is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences [MUHS]. The ACPM Medical College courses are approved by the Medical Council of India [MCI].
The college has achieved many feats one such achievement comes from a charitable general hospital that was set up to look after the health needs of the rural population of Dhule district. Jawahar Medical Foundation is the brainchild of Late Shri Annasaheb Chudaman Patil. The institute aims to educate medical students to meet the primary and specialty health care needs of the region by providing highly skilled care.
ACPM Medical College is located in Dhule, Maharashtra. The college was established in 1999. It is a constituent part of Jawahar Medical Foundation. The medical college is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nasik. The college offers undergraduate course - MBBS, which is a five-year programme, including a compulsory rotatory internship for one year. ACPM Medical College is full of multilateral infrastructure facilities.
Our Vision and Mission
We have a responsibility to educate medical students to meet the primary and specialty health care needs of the region by providing highly skilled, cost-effective, patient-centered care in a variety of settings
We aim to.
Provide the finest education to the medical students.
Contribute to the lifelong education of physicians throughout their careers.
Improve health care available to the rural population in the surrounding.
Deliver the highest quality of clinical care.
We will continue to develop as a regionally recognized leader in education through innovation and excellence. We will provide the community with a diverse cadre of highly-trained professionals capable of performing in a wide variety of clinical settings. Graduates will be prepared for and encouraged to provide cheaper medical care in rural and underserved areas. Faculty and graduates will contribute to the community by being active in social and health-care endeavors that promote the health and well-being of the community.