About Bukhara State Medical Institute

Welcome to the About page of Bukhara State Medical Institute, formerly known as the Abu Ali ibn Sino Medical Institute.

About Bukhara State Medical Institute
About Bukhara State Medical Institute

Founded in October 1990

Holds a significant place in Uzbekistan’s medical education landscape. Let’s delve into its history, faculties, programs, and achievements.

History and Milestones
  • Foundation: The institute’s establishment in October 1990 marked a crucial step in advancing medical education in the region.
  • Renaming: In March 1991, the Presidium of the Bukhara Regional Council of People’s Deputies bestowed the name “Abu Ali ibn Sino” upon the institute.
Faculty Development:
  • Faculty of Medicine: Established in 1991.
  • Faculty of Dentistry: Founded in 1992.
  • Department of Highly Qualified Nurses: Established in 1999.
  • Department of Medical Pedagogy: Created in 2001.
  • Department of Pediatrics: Added in 2016.
New Directions

As of 2018, the institute introduced two new directions:

  • Medical Prevention Work
  • Medical Biology Work
Our History

Faculty and Staff

Bukhara State Medical Institute practice
Bukhara State Medical Institute Graduate Students

Professors and Teachers: The institute boasts 648 faculty members.

97 hold doctorates (Ph.D.) and professorships.
253 are candidates of sciences (Ph.D.) and associate professors.
100 serve as senior teachers and assistants.

Areas of Education

Bukhara State Medical Institute

Languages of Instruction: Classes are conducted in Uzbek, Russian, English, and Turkish.

The institute trains highly educated personnel in accordance with the new edition of the Law “On Education” in the following areas:


(5 years, including a 1-year internship)


(5 years)

General Medicine

(6 years)

Medical-Pedagogical Work

(6 years)


(6 years)


(5 years)

Medical Prevention Work

(5 years)

Medical Biology Work

(4 years)

Higher Nursing

(3 years)

Traditional Medicine Work

(4 years)

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