The M.I.M.S.R. Medical College was started in a small portion of Rajarshi Shahu College in 1990, with an annual intake of 100 students for MBBS undergraduate course and shifted to the present premises on Ambajogai road in 1992 having 95 acres of land. The associated rural hospital with 750 beds named after our illustrious leader shri. Yeshwantrao Chavan had started functioning simultaneously in 1992. In addition, the college acquired the facility to use initially, 100 beds for clinical teaching in civil hospital; later on this facility was extended to 200 beds by the govt. of Maharashtra on payment. The college also utilized 150 beds of Vivekanand Hospital for the same purpose so had 1100 beds for teaching against the 700 beds required by MCI. The facility at civil hospital was discontinued in 2001-02 when the MCI reduced the required bed strength from 700 to 500. Presently we utilize 550 beds of YCR Hospital for giving rich experience and exposure to our students in clinical practice. The college was given permanent recognition by MCI in 1997. It was affiliated with Marathwada University from 1990-91 till its bifurcation in 1994-95. Then its affiliation was transferred to SRTM University, Nanded in 1995-96. Since the establishment of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik in 1998-99, the affiliation of MIMSR was again transferred to MUHS, Nashik. Its affiliation is now continued with MUHS for 2006-2007.
The college construction was completed by 1994 and the Hos