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    Parent & Family

    Thank you for your interest and commitment to IPH&H and we hope that your son or daughter is successful and happy while a student here.Entering higher education after schooling is a landmark time for both children and parents.It is an opportunity for your student to learn how to make many of their own decisions, while you begin to 'let go' of some of the involvement you have had in their daily lives.

    The Health Center staff is interested and concerned about your student's health during their education here.We are very aware of all the roles your student has here as (s)he learns, works, and socializes with others on campus.We also know that good health keeps students in classes, maintains their energy and contentment and contributes to their overall educational success.

    Please note that our two family physicians, pharmacist, and Registered Nurses are full time staff of the Rural Community Health Center and are responsible for about 12,500 visitations annually.I am confident that you and your student will find that they have a very positive and caring attitude toward each of their patients.

    We greatly value the confidentiality of your student's health information.That is driven by our respect for your student's privacy, our medical ethics.We always ask your student to sign a Release of Information before we provide information to you.That is usually not a significant barrier.We can always accept information from you as a family member and can talk with you about our practices and treatment programs in general terms.
    Please click on the links below to see a special message about depression and your student, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's), and our Consent to Treat form. FAQ's If you have questions or concerns, call us or contact us by phone 30620600, or email at iphh76@gmail.com

    What is the basic information I should know about the Rural Community Health Center?

    The Health Center is an outpatient medical clinic that is staffed by two full-time family, board-certified physicians employed by the Institute. In addition, the Center is staffed with four Registered Nurses, an office staff. We are open Monday thru Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 07:00p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m. We are comparable to the many family practices like your own . Because we are part of the FIMT's Division of Student Affairs and offer medical services to students, we provide our care and services at the lowest possible costs with the goal of balancing the budget by the end of each year.The low costs passed on to our patients is done very purposefully.

    What services are offered at the Health Center?

    We offer most or all of the services viz. Radiology, Dental, Physiotherapy, Ophthalmology, Laboratory, Pharmacology,Ultrasonography (4-D) and much more offered by your own family provider. About 12,500 patient visits are handled annually for illnesses, minor injuries that may require sutures, or burn treatment, physicals, and many more services. Please visit services for more information on what we do for our patients.

    Does the Health Center do pap smears and pelvic exams?

    Yes. As part of our women s health clinic, the Health Center performs annual pap smears and pelvic exams. These are recommended for all women 18 years of age and older, or sooner if sexually active. This service is by appointment only. Please call the Health Center for more information about women?s health services.

    Does the Health Center do x-rays?

    Yes, the Center has its own X-ray plants where all the routine and specialized x-rays are done on the most nominal rates. If a patient requires x-rays, the Health Center physician will refer the patient to the Radiology Department. The x-ray results will be sent to the Health Center?s physician for follow-up.

    Do I need an appointment to be seen at the Health Center?

    The Health Center is both a walk-in and appointment-based clinic for acute illnesses, accidents, and injuries. Walk-in patients are seen in the order they arrive, although more urgent cases are seen sooner. Those with more serious emergencies should consider going to the emergency room at the Center. During cold and flu season, time may not allow all who walk in to be seen during office hours. Coming in early usually gives the walk-in patient less of a waiting time to see the doctor.

    Contact us

    Address : RZ-A-44 Mahipalpur Ext.
    New Delhi - 110037 (India)
    Phone No : +91- 011 - 26786846
    Admission Enquiry : +91 - 9811817972