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COMMUNITY – Ramaiah Medical College
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Our focus on Healthcare and Education is
not limited to classroom learning and
hospital treatment alone. Our true purpose
comes alive through community initiatives.

At Ramaiah Medical College, we focus on sharing awareness and knowledge of better health across larger sections of society. Our efforts are led by the Department of Community Medicine at RMC and the Medical College Hospital.

Apart from ongoing research and training of students to be sensitive to all strata of society, we strive to contribute to the community through our outreach programmes. Students, interns, PG residents and faculty together drive these initiatives in our field practice areas, emphasising the need for prevention, not just cure.

RURAL FIELD PRACTICE

KAIWARA, KARNATAKA

SPANDANA
RESOURCE CENTRE

  • Intellectually
    challenged students
    enrolled: 60 from 36
    villages

DEFLUORIDATION
PROJECT

  • Setup of 2 tanks of
    10,000 litres each
  • Providing water to 200
    households in Kaiwara

PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

  • Outpatients: 80 per day
  • Only Government
    Clinic in a 15-kilometer radius

ARDESHANAHALLI,
KARNATAKA

PRIMARY HEALTH
CENTRE

RAJANKUNTE,
KARNATAKA

PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

URBAN FIELD PRACTICE

MK NAGAR,
BENGALURU

RMC-RUN URBAN HEALTH CENTRE

  • Provides free clinical
    services and medicines
  • Diabetes and hypertension registry

SAI MANDALI,
BENGALURU

Geriatric Services
School Health Services

BK NAGAR,
BENGALURU

RMC-RUN URBAN HEALTH CENTRE

  • Provides free clinical
    services and medicines

OLD AGE HOMES,
BENGALURU

Periodic health checkups

HEALTHCARE CAMPS

Apart from this, junior doctors, residents and
faculty participate in various camps
conducted by the Medical College Hospital

MUDENAHALLI, KARNATAKA

  • Conducted on the last
    Sunday of every month
  • 1,000 outpatient consults
  • Close to 50-60 patients are referred to the Hospital for subsidized treatment

DBCS (DISTRICT BLINDNESS CONTROL PROGRAMME), KARNATAKA

  • Part of National Health
    Programme
  • 15 camps a month
  • 3 districts – Chikaballapur,
    Kolar and Tumkur
  • 200 patients are referred
    for surgery

CRYSTAL HOUSE AND
PARIKRAMA

  • Orphanages
  • 100-140 children come
    to the Hospital for
    screening and treatment
  • Annual checkup

OUTREACH CAMP IN
RURAL AREAS

  • Conducted on every Sunday
  • Coordinated by the Social Welfare department
  • Conducted by a team of doctors
  • 300 – 400 outpatients with close to 50 patients being referred to the Hospital for subsidized treatment