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Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust
The Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust is a society registered under the Society Registration Act 1860. The Society was founded by the great yogi, H.H. Dr. Swami Rama, in the year 1989. Today, the Society (HIHT) is engaged in multifarious activities in the field of research, education, health care, social and outreach.
The Main aims and objectives of the Society are: (a) To undertake activities and research programs for the extension of knowledge in the fields of natural, social, and applied sciences, holistic medicine, preventive medicine, the science of breath, psycho-physiology, nutrition, stress management, and cancer research & treatment. (b) To set up a Charitable Hospital in a region between Rishikesh and Dehradun and/or elsewhere, so as to provide medical, surgical, pathological, radiological, ophthalmological, and other specialized facilities of a high standard to the general public. (c) To run, own, manage and administer medical training centers, diagnostic centers, scan centers, nursing homes, hospitals, hostels, guest houses, clinics, dispensaries, maternity homes, child and family welfare centers, clinical-pathological testing laboratories, x-ray and electrocardiogram, holistic health care facilities and medical research centers in and abroad. (d) To act as consultants and advisors to provide technical know-how, technical and allied services for the establishment, operation, and improvement of nursing homes, hospitals, clinics, medical institutions, medical centers, diagnostics centers, and laboratories in and to provide facilities for medical research & education. (e) To encourage regular visits by experts with various specializations from home and abroad. (f) To organize conferences, workshops, study groups, seminars and medical & other camps. (g) To organize exhibitions, lectures, seminars, conferences on the themes related to the field of education, culture, science, art, and other cultural & educational activities. (h) To organize and conduct refresher courses, research, summer school workshops, fieldwork, training programs and other such courses along with other related programs considered necessary by the Society authorities. (i) To launch/print any medical magazine, periodicals, pamphlets, books, monographs or posters considered necessary for the promotion of aims of the Society. (j) To invite experts for lectures; on related and other themes, organize and conduct laboratory and field work in holistic, experiential learning and other educational, scientific, cultural or any other area of concern for the Society. (k) To institute fellowships, studentships, grant assistance to similar organizations or individuals. (l) To appoint necessary staff required for running the affairs of the Society. (m) To create a core group faculty and other discussion groups and pay them the remuneration and provide the necessary facilities from time to time. (n) To disseminate information and knowledge derived through research and experiential learning and the aims of the Society to larger audiences for the benefit of the people. (o) To collaborate with other institutions, distinguished individuals and societies for promoting aims and objects of the Society. (p) To do all such things as may be necessary, incidental or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the objects of the Society, including the undertaking of any production, manufacturing or industrial activities. (q) To establish Medical College, Nursing College, Ayurvedic College, Homeopathic College, College of Pharmacy, Dental College and other Medical Applied Technical Courses, Engineering College and other educational institutions, Schools and Colleges after taking permission from University, State Government/Central Government or any other competent authority.
Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust of Medical Sciences runs undergraduate (M.B.B.S.) and postgraduate courses (M.D./M.S. and Diploma) in 18 disciplines. The medical faculty is also conducting paramedical degree courses in Medical Laboratory Technology, Radiology & Imaging Technology, Physiotherapy, Radiotherapy, Optometry, OT Technology, as well as Audiology and Speech Therapy.
Research activities have been a primary focus and major thrust area of Society. The University, the Nursing College, and RDI undertake various extramural and intramural research projects. The Society is recognized by the Department of Science & Technology of the Government as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIROs). Extensive outreach activities at HIHT provide a database for evidence-based research to guide research activities in key areas of the hilly regions of Uttarakhand.
Health Care Services
Health care services are being provided through the Himalayan Hospital, a 750 bed, the multi-specialty hospital established in 1994. It is the largest hospital in the State of Uttarakhand. The Hospital incorporates H.H. Dr. Swami Rama's vision of integrating the best of Western medicine with traditional and alternative therapies. The hospital has a full range of super-specialty, diagnostic modalities as well as alternative treatment modalities such as Ayurveda (Panchkarma Therapy), Homeopathy, Yoga, etc., all under one roof at affordable cost.
The Cancer Research Institute was established in the year 2006 and is the first of its kind in Uttarakhand. The Cancer Research Institute was inspired by the vision of our founder H.H. Shri Swami Rama. It will address all aspects of cancer control such as prevention, early detection, and therapeutic facilities supported by research and education.