Kazakh National Medical University is a university in Almaty; Kazakhstan.It is the no.1 medical institute in all of Kazakhstan.Many of Kazakhstan's leading physicians are affiliated with the university."> Kazakh University
Kazakhstan National Medical University

History of Kazakh National Medical University


The decision to open medical institute in Alma-Ata was adopted Decree SNK RSFSR of July 10, 1930 The network structure and a contingent of admission to institutions of higher education bodies under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation in the year 1930/1931.

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In the appendix to this Resolution among the list of all the other universities in the country has a record: "... Alma-Ata. Medical Institute. Faculty healing. Admission: Winter 1930/1931 year - 100 people. "This is the first administrative document on the opening of the Medical Institute in Kazakhstan. Order of the People's Commissariat for KASSR number 260 of November 30, 1930 the director of the medical institute was appointed Sanjar Dzhafarovich Asfendiyarov, who graduated in 1912 from the Military Medical Academy in St. Petersburg.

The staff of the Institute in 1931 was as follows: 5 professors, 4 associate professors, 13 assistants and 2 teachers. Professor: Asfendiyarov SD (Head. CAF. Social Sciences), VV Averburg (Head. cafes. histology) Zakhvatkin VA (Head. cafes. Biology)


Isaev PO (Head. cafes. morphology later cafes. Normal Anatomy), Litvinov NN (Head. cafes. Chemistry)

Acute shortage of pediatricians demanded opening in 1938 godu pediatric faculty. Its founder and first dean was prof. AI Malinin - a graduate of the Medical Faculty of the University of Saratov.
Sophisticated test worthy of carrying the young growing university in the Great Patriotic War. Already in the first days of the war 84 262 teacher and student voluntarily went to the front. During the war the Institute graduated around 2,000 doctors, 75% of graduates were sent to the front. Immortal feat in the name of freedom of the motherland made ??on the front of medical school students Manshuk Mametova Vladimir Ivanilov, which were posthumously awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union. They are ever enrolled students of medical university. Due to growth and expansion in the years of war, industrial, defense enterprises in Kazakhstan, a large number of evacuees and the danger of epidemics, in 1943 the institute opened the third faculty - hygienic. In the postwar period it increased significantly set of students has increased and the number of departments: in 1951 was organized by the Faculty of Pharmacy , and in 1959 opened a dental faculty . In 1981, for achievements in training and a great contribution to the science of medical school he was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor.
The Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR ? 17 of January 11, 1989 the institute was named after SD Asfendiyarov. Presidential Decree N. Nazarbayev for number 648 of July 5, 2001 "On granting special status to certain public institutions of higher education," university received the status of the Kazakh National Medical University. In 2004 started accepting students on a specialty "Management" for part-time and full-time training, with 2007 training in a magistracy on a specialty "Medicine" specialty "Nursing" - bachelor. In KazNMU them. SD Asfendiyarov known scientists-teachers of Kazakhstan, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Academy of Preventive Medicine of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the International Academy, honored workers of science and education, honored doctors and pharmacists. KazNMU them. SD Asfendiyarov has a cooperation agreement with universities of near and far abroad, including: the University of Nagasaki (Nagasaki, Japan) Asia Pacific University (Beppu, Japan), Parkway College (Singapore); University of Perugia (Perugia, Italy), Transdanubia University (Krems, Austria); Kyrgyz State Medical Academy (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic), the National Medical University. Bogomolets (Kiev, Ukraine), the National Pharmaceutical University (Kharkiv, Ukraine), Moscow Medical Academy. I. Sechenov (Moscow, Russia), and others. University staff are actively involved in carrying out research work on international programs and grants