Patient has to report with a referral letter from a doctor and biopsy reports and other relevant details if available. Any one of the documents to be produced by the patient at the time of registration - AADHAAR CARD/VOTERS ID/PASSPORT/PAN CARD/DRIVING LICENCE. The Registration Counter is open from Mondays to Saturdays from 8:00 AM till 12:00 noon. After registration, a card containing the registration number, clinic name, address and other relevant details is given to the patient, and subsequently the patient is seen at the clinic concerned.
Clinics are designated from A to G and each clinic is a 'team' which has the services of a surgical oncologist, medical oncologist and radiation oncologist to cater to the patient's needs. Each clinic deals with different cancers.
Those having benefits from ESI, CGHS schemes, or employees from government/semi-government organizations and public service undertakings who bring credit references can avail credit facilities. Sufficient funds if credited in advance in the patient's name at the cash counter can save several visits to the counter for various payments.
Appointments and Patient Examinations
There is a 24-hour casualty service at RCC, and patients who need immediate attention can avail the same.
Facilities are in place for the patients and bystanders for their food and rest.
Screening tests for early detection of common cancers of mouth, breast and uterine cervix are conducted on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM.
Behavioural counselling and other tobacco cessation measures are offered in this clinic which is running under Community Oncology division.