ANNA Medical College & Research Centre is offering MBBS program with clinical postings at FLACQ teaching Hospital at MAURITIUS .The infrastructure has been set up with the most modern facilities for modern education and health delivery.
AMCRC will soon start postgraduate programs and the School of Nursing and Allied Health programs. The venture has helped in the overall development of Mauritius besides providing direct employment to a number of local people.
The college attracts an international student presence. The experienced, dedicated and full time faculty is drawn from the cream of talent available in India and Mauritius. The vision of the institution is to achieve global standards in human development and excellence in education and healthcare. Our mission is to be amongst the most preferred destinations for students and teachers of medical sciences. We take pride in the academic and scenic environment of the college, the discipline and motivation of our students and the close relationship between the students and teachers.
Our past and vast experiences have done us proud by initiating yet another global venture. We invite you to explore the unlimited possibilities available at AMCRC, MAURITUS. We hope and wish you to be part of our continuing success story.
AMCRC functions the Campus spread on beautiful architecture land, housing the basic sciences departments, and other facilities for Basic Sciences students. The teaching hospital is a multi-specialty infrastructure at FLACQ. AMCRC is a 3-storey building and is a magnificent edifice, blending modernity with the traditional Mauritian style of architecture. It has laboratories, classrooms and administration buildings, a standalone building that houses the library and the modern multimedia centers with Canteen and other facilities.
Our teaching hospital, Flacq Hospital is situated in the East of Mauritius at Centre de Flacq in the district of Flacq. It provides services for the Health Region 3 for a population of 170,000 inhabitants covering essentially the district of Flacqthrough, 24 Community Health Centres
4 Area Health Centres
and1 medical clinic.
AMCRC is also a cultural hub of activity as students from many different countries converge to take advantage of the exceptional faculty, holistic curriculum and innovative teaching methods. AMCRC will draw students from India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Singapore, Middle East, Kenya, Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada, United Kingdom and South Africa and various SADC Countries thereby providing the student community a rich multi- cultural exposure.