iFMPC is an organization dedicated to the strengthening of community-based primary healthcare services . The vision of the institute is to promote international standard scholarship, training, education, research within the domain of primary care both in urban and rural context. The institute is currently affiliated with two urban health centers and two rural care centers. The ongoing projects include pre hospital clinical services as well as digital healthcare initiatives. Inorder to support primary care scholarship a micro grant research program has been started for primary care researchers and healthcare professionals. In order to expand the academic domain of primary care, the institute is working towards establishing various academic and publication projects.
Dr. Raman Kumar was recently featured on the cover of ‘THE LANCET’ as a global primary healthcare leader. He holds a longstanding interest in making a contribution to primary care. Dr. Kumar is the founding president of the Academy of Family Physicians of India (AFPI), an organization that is spearheading the movement for the return of trusted family doctor tradition in India. Dr. Kumar is credited with creating a large pool of young doctors eager to pursue vocation in family medicine - Primary care practice He represented all young family physicians on the executive board of the WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors) from 2013-2016. He continues to be on the WONCA international leadership board as South Asia President. Coming from Bihar, one of the poorest states, Dr. Kumar has championed the cause of the rural population and the underprivileged section of the society. In 2018 he has successfully organized the 15th World Rural Health Conference in New Delhi.
(1) DOC24 Health Center, 03 Ground Floor, Gaur Galleria, Gaur City 2,
Greater NOIDA West, UP India 201301 .
(2) DOC24 Health Center, 05 Ground Floor, La Garacia, Crossing Republic Ghaziabad UP 201016
(1) DOC24 Rural Health Center, Sampurnanagar, Lakhimpur Kheri, UP India .
(2) DOC24 Rural Health Center, Village -Khojauli, Parsa, Chhapra, District Saran Bihar
Amount: INR 10000
Scope: Report writing (5000-15000 words)
Award: Certificate of contribution
Duration: One month
IFMPC focuses on digital innovations for better diagnosis and consultation in primary care
Institute of Family Medicine and Primary Care
03 Ground Floor, DOC24 Health Center, Gaur Galleria, Gaur City 2,
Greater NOIDA West, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh 201301 India