India

Christian Medical College & Hospital

Haukeland University Hospital (HUH) is collaborating with Christian Medical College & Hospital (CMCH) in India. This is an educational and research institute with primary, secondary and tertiary hospitals.

 

​ It is located in Vellore, Tamil Nadu and is one of India’s most prominent and advanced medical colleges. CMCH has approximately 2.600 beds and more than 8.000 staff members.

We have been in collaboration with CMCH since 2004, first of all in training of medical specialist candidates from our collaborating partner hospitals in Africa. Since 2007, the National center for tropical infectious diseases at Department of medicine, HUS has arranged a yearly course in tropical medicine in collaboration with CMCH for Norwegian and Indian doctors. This course is useful for doctors under specialization in infectious diseases and microbiology, specialists in infectious diseases and microbiology and other physicians with an interest in tropical infectious diseases.

Here you can read more about the course

At the CMCH campus we also have our own Haukeland House that was built in 2005, with a total of 8 apartments available. This is primarily used for HUH staff on exchange to CMCH, as well as specialist training candidates from our other partner hospitals in Africa and Nepal.

Contact information

Office phone: +47 55 97 21 56
Office hours: 08:30 - 15:30

Postal address:
Helse Bergen HF
Haukeland University Hospital
Department of International Collaboration
Post Office​ Box 1400
N - 5021 Bergen

Visiting address:
Konrad Birkhaugs Hus, 3rd floor
Jonas Lies vei 65
5021 Bergen

partner hospitals

  • Ethiopia

    The first female neurosurgeon in Ethiopia received her specialization through HUH’s neurosurgery program.

  • India

    Inside the campus of CMCH we have built the very first Haukeland House, with 8 apartment available for Norwegian staff.

  • Malawi

    Today the Department of Orthopedic surgery at KCH have only two orthopaedic surgeons to cover a population of 6 million people.

  • Nepal

    The project in Nepal is a tripartite between hospitals in Norway, Nepal and Zanzibar within the field of blood transfusion services.

  • Zanzibar

    The new Children’s Clinic in Zanzibar opened in 2016. It was financed with funds from Trond Mohn, The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania, and the Ministry of Health in Zanzibar.