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Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC)

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) offers medical facilities for all its students and teaching and non-teaching staff through Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC). SCHC was established in 1997 with the mission of addressing the healthcare needs, primarily of the students & staff of Symbiosis, envisioning a state of ‘Positive Health’ in them. It is the “In-house Health Care Unit” of Symbiosis which provides preventive, promotive and curative health care services. The healthcare services are rendered to students & staff through standardized healthcare setups and quality NABL accredited lab services.

The following primary health care services are provided by the Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC):


  • Access to state-of-the-art recreational and wellness centres at all campuses which include gymnasium, aerobics studio, swimming pools, and yogashala with meditation halls.
  • Health awareness lectures on various healthcare related issues.
  • Online counseling on health, diet and lifestyle related issues.
  • Campus Health Advisory Committee (CHAC) established at each campus reviews the student communications strategy for evaluating health care services, health care policies and makes recommendations to the management on aspects relating to health care facilities.


  • Annual health check-up of the students of Symbiosis is conducted and a detailed record is maintained electronically on web based, HIPAA compliant software and hosted on Microsoft Azure Cloud in Asian data centre. Consultants/ Specialists from different disciplines (Physician, Ophthalmologist, ENT specialist & Dentist) conduct the Annual Health Check-up including Lab investigations (Haemogram & Urine examination).
  • Inspection of campus & eating establishments on campus.


  • A health centre with a full time medical officer and nurse is available at all campuses. An ambulance is stationed at Lavale Hilltop campus considering the location of the campus and nearby hospitals. At other campuses in Pune and outstation campuses such as Nashik, Noida, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, 108 (Emergency number of concerned state) number is dialed for ambulance services. Patients needing specialized care are referred to or shifted to local hospitals without loss of time. This is critical for parents to feel confident that their children are secure and safe.
  • Outpatient Department (OPD) services including Emergency Medical Services (EMS) phone number for medical assistance is prominently displayed at all institutes and hostels. The EMS & Insurance Cell number is also printed on the identity cards issued to students, faculty and staff.
No. Campus OPD Timings EMS No. (Beyond OPD Timings)
1 S. B. Road 8.00 am to 8.00 pm +91 9552525651
2 Viman Nagar (New) 8.00 am to 8.00 pm +91 9552589179
3 Viman Nagar (Old) 9.00 am to 5.00 pm +91 9552525654
4 Hinjewadi 8.00 am to 8.00 pm +91 9552525650
5 Lavale - Hill Top 8.00 am to 8.00 pm +91 9552525652
6 Lavale - Hill Base 8.30 am to 4.30 pm +91 9552525653
7 Kirkee 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm +91 9552525663
8 Model Colony 11.30 am to 2.30 pm +91 9552382845
9 Nashik 9.00 am to 5.00 pm +91 9552525658
10 Noida 9.00 am to 5.00 pm +91 9910049924
11 Bengaluru 9.00 am to 5.00 pm +91 7022043266
12 Hyderabad 9.00 am to 5.00 pm +91 9552589139
  • Counsellor services available on referral.
  • Every student at Symbiosis is covered under a group medical insurance scheme (Mediclaim & Road/ Rail traffic accident policy) which is a unique feature of Symbiosis which is committed to being a health promoting university.
Salient features of Insurance Scheme
  • Medical Insurance under the Group Insurance Scheme
  • The student is covered for hospitalization upto Rs.50, 000/- in case of non-accidental emergencies (as per the Mediclaim Insurance Policy) and Rs.1, 00,000/-in case of Rail / Road traffic accidents (Copy of FIR , M LC & panchanama is required).
  • The institute identity card serves as the "Insurance Card".
  • In case of hospitalization, the medical officer of SCHC personally visits the student to enquire about his/her wellness and progress.
  • A copy of the medical insurance policy document is available with the Registrar of the institute and
  • For further details regarding the benefits of the policy, the student may contact the Medical Officer Insurance cell SCHC @ 9552525015 or
  • All terms and conditions are as per the policy document. Please read the document carefully!
  • Hospitalizations for any medical reasons (other than emergencies) require the reference of the Medical Officer or Consultant, SCHC.

Medical Leave Guidelines Applicable To Students

  • The Student shall report to SCHC and his/her parent institute on the first day of illness by Phone/SMS/Email/Fax/in person or through his/her parent/guardian.
  • A student is entitled to medical leave only from the date of communication to the SCHC Medical Officer at his/her concerned campus.
  • Retrospective i.e. un-notified medical leave in any of the circumstances shall not be considered.

Authentication of “differently abled category"

SIU admits the students under the differently abled category as follows:
  • The candidate applying for admission should produce a certificate issued by a competent authority.
  • Students are required to check the government document regarding Differently Abled Individuals and Right to Education Act ', The Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995' regarding his / her eligibility in the category as per UGC norms.
  • Student are required to visit SCHC between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm at (SCHC), S.B. Road, Pune with all relevant medical documents/certificates / reports.
  • Please note: admission of all students admitted under the above category will be provisional until authenticated by Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC).

Community Oriented Outreach Services

Symbiosis launched Symbiosis Community Outreach Programme and Extesnion (SCOPE) Activities on 2nd July, 2012under the aegis of Symbiosis International (Deemed University). The SCOPE is directed towards the objective of positively impacting the community by way of joint initiatives at the University level. As a part of the community services, SCOPE initiative undertakes outpatient services and health education activities for poor, marginalized & needy populations in & around Mulshi block and Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) area through Family Doctor Clinic (FDC) at Sus village and a well-equipped Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) in selected 14 villages in Mulshi tehsil & 2 sites in PCMC.

SCOPE have also initiated joint activities with government/private  health sectors & sister institutes of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) undertaking various activities like health talks, check-up and treatment camps, participation in various health education drives, celebration of national health days and  national programs. Students are also encouraged to participate in field research and community based activities.


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