The RRI Health Clinic provides a basic health care facility through consulting doctors to the Institute community comprising of staff/pensioners and their dependents, students, and temporary staff. The health clinic is located near the north gate of the campus, behind the canteen/guesthouse. Though small in relative terms, the health clinic has consultant medical practitioners, visiting at fixed hours on most days of the week.
The Institute has tie-ups with a few recognized hospitals/clinics for medical treatment.
The Medical Office at the clinic acts as a single-window system for referral letters, submission of bills, enquiries, etc.
Dr. B.V. Sanjay Rao
Dr. N. Sundari
Dr. B.G. Shridhar
Dr. Annapurna Bhat
(Ayurveda Consultant Sampoorn Health Care)
Scheduled rates for reimbursement
The Institute is following the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) scheduled rates for all reimbursement purposes.
Procedure to avail treatment in tie-up hospitals
(for consultation/ treatment/ tests/ procedures/ admission)
- Identification of RRI members by the hospital/ diagnostic center
- RRI Medical Health Card(For Staff/Pensioners/Dependents/ Research Scholars).
- Doctor's Prescription(Mandatory for Diagnostic Centres).
- RRI ID card or RRI Pensioners ID Card.
- RRI Medical Health Card
RRI Medical Health Card is compulsory (OPD / In- Patient) to be shown at the tied-up hospitals for the identification of the beneficiaries.
The above documents shall be used by the hospital staff/doctors to identify the medical history and validate the beneficiary.
The procedure remains the same for patients availing treatment in various other Private Hospitals/Clinics/Diagnostic Centres/Govt. Hospitals directly and claiming for reimbursement, on submission of original bills/discharge summary at the RRI health clinic, for payment as per CGHS rates.
- During emergency situations
The medical card issued by the Institute can be shown during any emergency situations or upon admission, in the tie-up hospitals.