Health CareThe campus has a well equipped hospital under the supervision of qualified medical and nursing personnel who are the residents in the campus and will be available round the clock. All students will be required to undergo periodic medical check-up. The health history of each student will be maintained. If a student falls ill, special diet is prescribed by the medical officer, such diet will be provided without any charge.
In case of serious illness necessitating the moving of the child out of the Academy for prolonged hospitalization, parents will have to make their own arrangements and also withdraw the child temporarily from the Academy, if need be. Parents will be asked to take away their wards suffering from any contagious or communicable diseases for treatment outside the campus.
If children need special medical attention, and if a child has to be hospitalized for specialized treatment, the expenses for such hospitalization and medical attention shall be borne by the parents. In emergency cases, and as life saving measure, the Academy takes the responsibility for moving the child for specialized medical care without waiting for the consent of the parents. Parents will have to reimburse expenses on such medical emergencies.
Before admitting children for the first time, parents are required to produce the latest chest X-Rays of the child to the campus doctor. Whenever the X-Rays are not provided, the Academy will make arrangements for a chest X-Rays of the child and the cost will be debited from the child‘s account. Admissions shall be confirmed only after medical examination shows that the child is free from any communicable disease. The decision of the campus doctor on the physical fitness of every child will be final and will be binding on the parents.
While filling up forms for registration and admission, parents are required to disclose all previous known ailments and medications of their wards. All the previous medical history sheets and line of treatment are also to be submitted to the campus doctor at the time of admission of the child to the Academy.