Poltava State Medical University

About Poltava State Medical University

Poltava State Medical University, also known as Poltava State Medical Academy and Ukranian Medical Stomatological Academy Poltava, is an MCI recognised Medical University in Ukraine.

The university was founded in 1921 by the dental faculty of Kharkiv Medical Academy. In 1967, it moved to the city of Poltava and was renamed the Poltava Ukrainian Medical Stomatological (oral medicine) Academy (PUMSA). In 1994, the university received the sixth-highest accreditation level because of its low death rate during surgery and was renamed Poltava State Medical University (PSMU). As of 2004, PSMU had a level-IV accreditation.

Global Medical Foundation has sent students to Poltava State Medical University.