Community Medicine | SNHRC

The Department of Social Medicine plays a vital role in taking SNHRC Hospital to the community across a wide network. The Department seeks to understand the effect of socio-economic, genetic, and environmental factors that have an impact on human beings leading to disease and disability, and to establish preventive and prophylactic medical and health screening measures to control and protect individuals and the community at large.


The Health camps are conducted to screen the community for risk factors with a view to identifying diseases and preventing its complications. Our team of doctors and nurses treat minor illnesses at the site and detect major illnesses including noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiac ailments and cancer of breast, cervix and prostate and refer them for further management and follow up at SNHRC Hospital.

Emergency Care

In Patient Services 24/7

Out Patient Services

Monday - Saturday: 8am - 6pm

Sunday: 9am - 1pm