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CSI Lombard Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Udupi

CSI Lombard Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Udupi Details



About CSI Lombard Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Udupi

The Hospital was established on 15th June, 1923 with just six Inpatient beds. In those days, women patients had no access to Medical aid provided by male doctors. Dr. Eva Lombard, a medical missionary from Geneva, Switzerland, deeply moved by the plight of Indian women during the illness and confinement, started this Hospital, Exclusively for women and children. In 1951, when the need was felt, a male ward was added. At present the Hospital, has a capacity of 200 beds.

The early years of 1900s there were one or two male doctors in Udupi town.  But pregnant women had no access to medical aid provided by male doctors, and prayers to God for somehow sending help to relieve the plight of the pregnant at confinement were made endlessly.

The prayers did not vanish in the air; a young lady of fourteen got a divine-inspired desire to study medicine.  She was quite unaware of the need of Udupi or in India, nor was she aware that she was to come and be an instrument in God’s hands to relieve the sufferings of the pregnant women in such a far away land, among people whom she didn’t know nor had seen! But still, far away in Switzerland, unknown to her, her spirit caught the vision and answered those poignant calls. Obstacles were many on

the road of her preparing to become a doctor. But as the desire was not human, obstacles became only the strengthening of her determination.  At times her feeble physique mocked at her decision, but her strong spirit gave her the momentum to go on unwavering.

Why To Join Csi Lombard Memorial Hospital School Of Nursing, Udupi ?

  • Provision Of Practical Training:  The College is attached to well equip hospital for giving hands on experience to the prospective nurses. All the major specialties are available in the 24 x 7 hospital; such as OT, ICCU, General Medicine, SICU, NICU, general Surgery, Gynecology, Pediatric, Obstetrics, Dental, Cardiology, Anesthesia, Neurology, ENT, and Dermatology.
  • Provision Of Well Equipped Laboratories: The College has well equipped nursing lab, nutrition lab, OBG or Obstetrics Gynecology laboratory with a view to give the practical training to the students.
  • Teaching Through The Modern Teaching Aids: The teaching and training is done with the help of latest technological devices such as OHP, LCD, D.V.D Player, Microscope, T.V, charts, slides,  museum display models, human bones, human skeleton, human skull, slide projector etc.
  • Resourceful Library: The College has a wide collection of books related with a wide range of topics. A lot of journals, magazines and periodicals are also available in the library.
  • Practical And Enriching Community Training Experience:  The students get enriching community training experience by getting training in various rural and urban centers. The students usually work six day in a week in these centers.

Facts & Figures :-

Year of establishment 1981
First batch of GNM 1981
Founder Dr Miss Eva Lombard
Recognition The Karnataka State Nursing Council
Number of beds in the hospital 200

For more details about admission please contact :-

Phone: 0820- 2520334, 2520384, 4294283, 4294284
Email: info@lombardnursing.com


Physical Facilities

More than a lakh Sq ft. built up area with buildings in beautiful environment surrounding for Nursing School and Hospital.  Good Laboratory facilities are available for students of Nursing School.

Lecture Hall:

Lecture hall with good seating arrangement and audio-visual aids facilities

Library:

2214 Sq ft Library arranged with vast collection of Books on wider ranging topics.  The Library also subscribe various journals, periodicals are made freely available to the Students.

Fundamental of Nursing Lab:

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Facilities


Computer labs
Library
Canteen
Auditorium
Medical
Hostel

CSI Lombard Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Udupi Courses and Fee Structure

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