By local standards, Pokhara's Radiology Department stands out due to its comparatively modern facilities, which include X-ray machines, CT scanners, and an MRI scanner. With patient numbers varying from 2 to 100, depending on the equipment they require, you'll certainly have a lot to see. When you’re not on placement you'll have ample choice in activities, whether it's paragliding through snow-capped mountains, or greeting the sunrise with hilltop yoga. Read what our students think below!
"X-rays were constantly taken with multiple patients and family in the room".Read more
"I’ve returned home with a fresh outlook on the type of practitioner I want to be".Read more
I do have great admiration for the hospital staff, who were relentless in their effortsRead more
Nepal should be experienced by everyone. I give this placement my highest recommendationRead more
It was rare that imaging did not present some form of gross pathology, indicating chronic conditions that had long gone undiagnosed. For a combination of reasons, including the default to home-based remedies for acute onset of symptoms.Read more
The staff I worked with were incredibly knowledgeable and were more than happy to show me interesting casesRead more