Gomel State Medical University (State Medical University) is a young but authoritative university in Belarus. Within its walls, future specialists are trained in the medical and medical-preventive business. At the State Medical University there are internships, clinical residencies, masters, postgraduate and doctoral programs. Among the main partners of the medical university are universities in Japan, Russia, Scotland and other countries. State Medical University takes care of building up the material and technical base, developing relevant training programs, and raising the professional level of employees. Gomel Medical University pays great attention to student life, scientific development.
Passing points and tuition at the State Medical University are lower than at the Grodno and Minsk universities. Nonresident students are provided with a dormitory in order of priority.
It began to exist on November 1, 1990 in accordance with the Decree of the Council of Ministers of the BSSR of November 14, 1990, No. 284, and the order of the Minister of Health of the BSSR of November 20, 1990, No. 188. The creation of the university was caused by the acute need for medical personnel in the Gomel and Mogilev regions affected by the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, as well as the need for research to study the medical consequences of the Chernobyl disaster and to find ways to overcome them. The first rector of the institute was the doctor of medical sciences, professor Bandazhevsky Yu. I.
During the existence of the university, a highly professional team has been created, capable of training doctors at the appropriate level, conducting research, and providing medical and advisory assistance to the population.
In 2003, the Gomel State Medical Institute passed accreditation in the Republic of Belarus for compliance with the type of university. The university is accredited in all specialties of training with higher education. In 2008, the university passed state accreditation of specialties, professions and certification.
The clinical base is one of the best in the Republic of Belarus, where the most modern medical technologies for the diagnosis and treatment of endocrinological, cardiological, immunological, hematological, ophthalmic, oncological diseases are applied;
From 1990 to 1999 Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Bandazhevsky Yuri Ivanovich;
From 1999 to 2007 MD, professor Zhavoronok Sergey Vladimirovich;
From 2007 to the present doctor of medical sciences, professor Lyzikov Anatoly Nikolaevich.
Master's program is the second stage of higher education, the result of master's studies is the awarding of a master's degree in science. The purpose of master's education is to provide in-depth scientific and theoretical training of specialists both for subsequent studies in postgraduate studies (postgraduate education) and for teaching.
Education in the magistracy involves the implementation of the curriculum, which includes training and passing candidate exams and differentiated classification in general subjects, writing and defending a master's thesis. Admission to the magistracy is carried out on a competitive basis from among those who have received first-degree medical education and have scientific publications, participated in scientific and practical conferences and seminars, participated in the development of research topics and innovative projects, as well as having the application of the corresponding departments.
Specialties of the magistracy:
"Medical and diagnostic business"
"Medical and psychological business"
"Medical and preventive care"