B.S. Medical College was established in 1956 by Bankura Sammilani Trust. The college was taken over by Government of West Bengal in 1961. MCI recognition for 100 MBBS seats was finally recognized in December 2005. Post graduate courses in General Medicine, General Surgery, Pediatric Medicine and Gynae & Obstetrics were permitted by MCI in March, 2009.
This Government Institution is a Medical College & Hospital providing medical education, research and health care to the people of Bankura district, neighbouring districts and even the nearby states. The buildings of the institution are mainly situated at the Lokepur campus and Gobindanagar campus of Bankura town.

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    Free of cost medicines from the OPD is avialable which remains open 24x7 for all essential medicines and consumables. Telemedicine facility is available in Ophthalmology OPD.

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    blood bank

    Other Facilities

    A licensed Blood Bank is available in this hospital and it is one of the Regional Blood Transfusion Centre of West Bengal where component separation is also available.

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    Indoor Facilities

    General Wards patients are treated free of cost in this college and are providing free diet in the General Wards. The colllege has separate unit for the Thallassemia patients.

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    General Informations

    Different UG & PG courses like- BSc- Nursing, MBBS, MS/MD are conducted under West Bengal University of Health Sciences. Different research projects are also conducted under the supervision of the Institutional Ethics Committee.

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    24 hours emergency service is available. Observation ward with 25 beds is situated adjacent to the casaulty OPD. Emergency operation theatre, CPR room, X-Ray room (digital) are also situated in the casaulty area. Another emergency OT is also available at G & O building.

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    We offer variuos facilities like Hoemetology, Histopathology, Blood Biochemistry, Straight X-Ray (Incl. Digital X-Ray), CT Scan, MRI, USG, Colour Dopper, Mammography

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    Meet Our Expectations

    Our Responsibilities

    The success of the facilities depends on the support of the users. Various constraints under which the hospital is functioning should be appreciated. More than 11 lakh patients are attending the OPD, about 1.5 lakh patients are attending the Casualty and Emergency Ward and about 22,000 deliveries are conducted in a calendar year. Inspite of the huge patient load we try our best to serve the people at their utmost satisfaction.


    Use facilities of this institution with care.
    Avoid activities that causes inconvenience to others.
    Constructive suggestions and useful feedback are requested from all.
    Keep the hospital and its surroundings neat and clean.
    Refrain from demanding undue favours and beware of Touts
    Follow the instruction of doctors & nursing staff properly.
    Follow visiting hours.


    Don’t litter the hospital areas.
    Don’t take food or drink from unknown person.
    Don’t give money to anybody without valid receipt.
    Don’t enter beyond visiting hours.
    Don't overcrowd the ward.