The F H Medical College has been established by RB Group, Agra. The permission from Government of India under section 10-A in the academic year 2014-15 for admitting 150 students every year has been granted. The college has excellent infrastructure including modern lecture halls, well equipped laboratories and latest equipment for training the students.
The college library has got rich collection of over 7200 (more than seven thousand two hundred) text and reference books and more than 42 national & 18 international journals for teaching the students and advancement in research activities. The library has got internet facility which has been mode available for students to improve their knowledge.
The academic block and the hospital are located in the unitary campus. Comfortable separate hostels for boys and girls have been constructed within the campus. Adequate facilities, such as social-cultural activities, sports & games have been provided for all round development of the students.
Accommodations for teaching and non-teaching staff and residents too have been constructed with amenities viz. round the clock water supply and electricity. The college has an organized medical education unit to train & guide the teachers of tomorrow in the latest techniques for medical education. This forum for exchange of views besides the participants and expert trainers in the field are invited from outside the institution.
The scientific & academic forum of the institute is involved in expansion of knowledge on various medical & scientific event by organizing the symposia and seminars attended by the members of the faculty.
The institution is having a hospital of 650 beds at present with round the clock emergency medical care services. The hospital has got well established facilities of laboratory and radiological investigations as are required for patient care. There are fully equipped operation theaters for General Surgery, Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology, ENT Surgery and OBG services besides spare emergency.
Dr. R.K. Goyal - Principal