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REVA HEALTH CENTRE (RHC) is a clinic/polyclinic for providing medical services with observation and diagnostic facilities under the Allopathy system of medicine. RHC has been registered under KPME (Reg No. BLU01684ALCWO)

A multi-Specialty Observational Polyclinic equipped with Allengers Multipara Monitor, which automatically monitors ECG/SPO2/RESPIRATION/NIBP-Dual IBP, O2 supported through Oxybliss OX-5A oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders (47 liters capacity) along with adequate dispensary beds accommodating male and female patients.

In-house laboratory and radiology diagnostics is equipped with Allengers HF 300 mA fixed X Rays, Philips Ultrasound, Hematological Analyzers and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography.


REVA university health Centre offers services to the community at large. The Health care providers in REVA Health Centre/ REVA Diagnostics along with REVA University are happy to provide and extend our services to the local public to promote health and provide services to the welfare of society.

REVA COVID CARE CENTRE (RCCC) infrastructure facilities include a well-ventilated separate room for each individual accounting for about 100 dispensary beds with oxygen support. It consists of 20 reserved oxygen cylinders and six oxygen concentrators for the continuous production/supply of oxygen to the patients.

Patient Management System at RCCC

RCCC is a dedicated centre for the treatment of COVID. RCCC treats all patients with mild and moderate symptoms under surveillance. These are the primary level health care centres that provide care to all kinds of patients in the COVID hospitals  to avoid crowding directly in the COVID hospitals and wasting resources.

Also, RCCC has a properly structured patient management system as per the MoHFW and KMEP guidelines as mentioned below.


REVA Diagnostics


Laboratory Services

  • Haematology- CBC, Malaria
  • Histopathology- Cytology, Cancer Diagnosis of Fluids
  • Microbiology – Gram Stain, AFB Stain, Smear Culture
  • Biochemistry

Radiology Services

  • X-ray – Electromagnetic waves passed through the patient to view the internal structures to rule out fractures, foreign bodies, and other pathologies.
  • Ultrasound- Non- ionising waves can be used to confirm pregnancy and do foetal study, the blood flow of internal vessels, pathologies related to abdominal organs, kidney, bladder, uterus & prostrate.

Consultation services

Consultation with the public-spirited Medical Officer/Physicians

Health Care Worker: Professional health care provider, well-trained medical officer, physician, nurse, radio technologist, medical lab technologist, and physiotherapist.


RHC has a designated driver and staff, particularly for a dedicated ambulance equipped with 47 litres oxygen cylinder with tubing (Oxy flow meter) along with a backup stock of 47 litres (minimum of 20 Nos) at REVA Health Centre.

Quarantine Facilities

Separation of individuals who are not yet ill but have been exposed to COVID-19 and therefore have a potential to become ill. RCCC quarantine facility includes 100 dispensary beds with separate room quarantine for contacts of suspect/ confirmed cases. The contacts will be monitored and advised quarantine will undergo risk profiling.

Physiotherapy Services

Interferential Therapy (IFT) is the most common type of electrical muscle stimulation used to treat chronic pain resulting from surgery, injury, or trauma. The end goal of using Interferential current Therapy (ICT) as part of a physical therapy or rehab program is to relieve pain and help patients heal faster. Brio combination therapy including two-channel Electropathy and single channel Ultrasound is for the most effective treatment of pain and tissue repair in less time.

Biomedical Waste

Biomedical Waste, (BMW) or bio-wastes are potentially hazardous waste materials, consisting of solids, liquids, sharps, and laboratory waste. It comes from biological sources or is used in the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of diseases. One of the major sources of biomedical waste are hospitals and nursing homes.

The hospital waste has to be disposed of carefully after segregation. We at REVA Health Centre have made MoU with Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Disposal Facility (CBMWTDF) for the disposal of waste after segregation to reduce nosocomial infection thus promoting health in the clinical sector.

Hygienic Common Facilities:

Clean and ventilated rooms with toilet facilities, proper electricity, water, and internet connectivity, healthy & hygienic food, and drinking water facility. It also ensures the security and safety of individuals.

Health Safety Environment (HSC)

RCCC at REVA Health Centre

RCCC has structured a clear pandemic plan for risk assessment and is working to ensure that our teams have the right tools and information to manage the COVID-19 outbreak and reduce transmission risk and mitigate any suspected or confirmed cases, whether at work or at home.

RCCC SOPs enable safe, preventive, and reactive management of healthcare setup and tasks, where suspected and confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been identified. Our REVA HEALTH CENTRE working in the healthcare sector provides the on-ground experience of working in environments with potential or actual infectious diseases and the ability to quickly respond and develop systems of work around the COVID 19 outbreak, specifically

  • Managing suspected and confirmed cases of COVID 19
  • Preventive and reactive cleaning
  • Food safety processes
  • Laundering for infection control


RCCC at REVA HEALTH CENTRE has separate surveillance and supervisory teams to provide transportation for isolated COVID-infected patients. Our health centre has ambulance facilities with restricted access to the general public.

Stay Arrangements

The field staff for the surveillance activities and for providing perimeter control will be accommodated within the containment zone.

Waste Management

RCCC will stick to SOPs in disposing of bio-medical waste (discarded PPEs, etc.), utilizing the bio-medical waste management services at the designated hospital.

Social Distancing Measures

To avoid cluster containment, the RCCC protocol is structured with proper social distancing measures that would be a key intervention to rapidly curtail the community transmission of COVID-19 by limiting interaction between infected persons and susceptible hosts.