Queries Related To International Patients - Pre-Registration, Booking Appointments And Formalities In AIOR :
You have to carry your original passport, your relative’s passport and copy of G.O letter with boarding address. If your relative is an Indian, he/she should also have an ID proof.
Yes, you should bring your passport and the online appointment of AIOR if you have already booked it online in our website. www.aior.co.in
No, for international patients pre-registration is done only at the IRO however you can bring copy of confirmation mail which is sent to you by IRO and accordingly when you arrive at AIOR, payment can be made
As per State Government order, every foreign national should register each time he/she comes for the treatment.
Yes, after registration in IRO office, you have to fill the police verification form and register in the police station within 24 hours. (Including Patient and all the relatives)
Yes, you will have difficulty with treatment and travel.
Yes, you have to submit the Xerox copy of police verification form to IRO office, which is stamped by the police officer.
Contact International Relations officer in IRO, who will help you get an early appointment date.
If my patient is getting admitted in the ward and I need to extend my Visa and get my C - Form. Whom should I contact?
Contact the treating doctor to get the Visa extension letter. (Renewal of visa)
Not required. Pre-registration is only done in the International Relations Office – IRO for international patients. You have to submit the original passport of the patient and all the relatives for registration in the IRO
For male patients, it’s not mandatory to have an attendant but for female patients, at least one female attendant must be there.
Yes, you can! Please go to our Website : www.aior.co.in, call center (+916122368881 and +919931306306) Book an Appointment.
Kindly fill in the details and submit, you will be contacted by us