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Christian Medical College

Ludhiana Society, seeks to contribute to the health needs of India by training primarily Christian Medical, Dental, Nursing and other health professional students and by providing holistic health services to the community and the nation, with people of the Christian faith serving in Christ’s name alongside with those of other faiths, who identify with these aims and goals.

Christian Medical College in fulfillment of this objective the Society has established the Institution (Christian Medical College, Christian Dental College, College of Nursing, College of Physiotherapy, Hospitals and other units) as a Christian Institution in name, content and character.
Comprehensive Eye Care Services

The Eye Department supported by CBM serves to the medical Eye Care need of northern part of India. Mobile eye services of Christian Medical College, Ludhiana are essential for hands-on training of ophthalmology residents at the medical college. They go to remote areas in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh & Uttarakhand where no other services are available and operate at local Government facilities. They are also focusing on improved hospital based services.

Community services

CMC, Ludhiana has a keen interest in community health. For many years, it has reached out to the wider community by providing health care and education in urban and rural communities through clinics and medical camps. CMC has also been active in providing health care in tragedies like earthquakes/train accidents. A dedicated Rural Health Outreach Programme (RHOP) has been in place since April 2003. This new initiative has started to provide a network of health services in the rural belts around Ludhiana in conjunction with village panchayats, local trusts and other local organizations. A monthly psychiatric clinic is held at Missionaries of Charity, a home for mentally challenged children. Clinics in surrounding villages like Lalton Kalan, Rauwal, Malsihan Bhaike, Hambran are organized and managed under this program. The social and preventive medicine (SPM) department is very active in this program. Community health centers in nearby areas which provide basic health care are managed by this department. Students and physicians are regularly posted in these centers.
Ludhiana, Punjab


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