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BKMC is the first Public Sector Medical Colleges to be recognized in the first year of its establishment by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council in 2010. The college is also affiliated with KMU Peshawar since 2010. College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) granted accreditation for postgraduate training in major disciplines at MMC Teaching Hospital in 2011.

Mardan Medical Complex (MMC), a having all the major and minor specialties with state of the art diagnostic (CT Scanner, MRI) and supportive services is the teaching hospital of BKMC. Phase-I and II of MMC have already been completed and the total bed strength at present is over 400. Phase III has been approved which will increase the bed strength to 800.
In addition to this, construction work on a 200 bedded Mohtarama Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Children Hospital has been started and will be completed soon.

Admitting capacity of the college is 59 in MBBS and 25 in BDS courses. At present three batches of MBBS with 168 students and 1st batch of BDS with 25 students are enrolled in the college.

At BKMC from the very beginning the vision of Principal has been to stress on the quality of education. Proving this wisdom academic achievements have been impressive since the start of the college. The 1st year MBBS result was 82 % and the college stood first among all the Public and Private Sector Medical Colleges in the Province in its first test. Subsequent results have also been more than 85 %, reflecting the high quality of education and dedication of the staff of the college.

Lastly for future expansion of the college 1000 Kanals land near Sheikh Maltoon Town has been acquired recently. This will be used for the construction of staff colony, CPSP and KMU regional offices, a Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy Institute and a separate Dental College


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