Health Centre

Primary health care and Emergency services

Doctors

Capt. Ravindra Kumar
Dr. Rajasree
Dr. Anupama T. Row
(Chief Medical Officer)
Dr. Gangadhar, C.
Dr. Ch. Kanaka Varaprasad
(Temporary)

Tel: 23010206 / 23132403

The Health Centre provides comprehensive primary health care and emergency medical services 24x7x365.
The Out-Patient Department (OPD) functions from 9.00am. to 5.30pm. on all University working days.
Doctors are available on call on holidays.
The total dependent population is about 18,000 people which include students, employees and their authorised dependents, retired employees & their dependents and the various non-entitled people like ex-students, servant quarters residents, sanitary staff, security staff, house-keeping staff, various projects staff, Kendriya Vidyalaya campus school students, Data Entry Operators and so many other temporary staff etc. working in the University.

Support services available

Emergency: There are various types of emergency cases round the clock, which are attended by the Doctor on call in the Health Centre and are treated either in the Health Centre or are referred to other Super Speciality Hospitals depending on the case under medical supervision in the Health Centre Ambulance.

X-RAY: X-Ray facility is available from 9 am. to 5.30 pm. on all University working days. It is to be noted that the x-ray facility is not available after duty hours and on Sundays and holidays. Patients requiring the facility during this time are referred to nearest hospitals for such facilities.

Laboratory: The lab performs basic blood urine and other Bio-Chemical tests during 9 am. to 5.30 pm. on all University working days.

Pharmacy: Medicines are provided to the Health Centre dependents at free of cost from 9 am. to 5.30 pm. on all working days.

Ambulance: The Health Centre has two functioning ambulances of which one ambulance working on 3 shifts 24x7x365 days.

Health Insurance is mandatory for all the students exists in the University to provide health care and to cover expenses towards in-patient treatment subject to a maximum of Rs. 75,000. All the students must apply for medical insurance in the prescribed form by a notified date. The insurance premium per annum is payable at the time of admission in July for freshers and along with the fees for the Monsoon Semester in the case of current students. Students will be required to pay the insurance premium to be eligible for any kind of medical aid referred to recognised hospitals. 

Note: A detailed leaflet on the medical insurance scheme of the students will be provided to the students along with intimation letters of their provisional selection for admission and also to the wait-listed candidates.

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