Billroth College of Allied Health Sciences (BCAHS)

Mission:

To ensure qualified professionals–allied health and non-medical personnel to serve the healthcare industries, at state and national levels.

Vision:

To empower the medically inclined members of society with allied health education for employability and professionalism with patient care –centered culture.

ALLIED HEALTH

It is a segment of the healthcare field “that delivers services involving the identification, evaluation, and prevention of diseases and disorders; dietary and nutrition services; and rehabilitation and health systems management”.

ALLIED HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

They work collaboratively with other healthcare providers, including physicians, nurses, dentists, and pharmacists. They may play roles in evaluating and assessing a patient’s needs, keeping the physician and others informed of the patient’s progress and caring for the patient. Some work independently as specialists in exercise, nutrition, health education, speech, and daily function, in “Patient Care.”

Allied Health Professions can be classified into two broad categories:
1. Technicians (assistants)
2. Therapists/Technologists.

  • Technicians are trained to perform procedures, and their education lasts less than two years. They are required to work under the supervision of technologists or therapists. Cardiovascular technicians, ECG technicians, and Emergency Care Technicians are examples of careers in this category.
  • The educational process for therapists or technologists is more intensive and includes acquiring procedural skills. In addition, students learn to evaluate patients, diagnose conditions, develop treatment plans and understand the rationale behind various treatments in order to judge their appropriateness and potential side effects. eg: Physician Assistant, Physiotherapist etc.
  • There is a huge requirement for Allied Health professionals nationally and internationally to provide quality healthcare delivery.

Billroth College of Allied Health Sciences (BCAHS)
(Approved by Bharath Sevak Samaj)

  • BCAHS is a community-based institution of Higher Education.
  • The courses and curriculum are designed at the national level and is imparted through this college.
  • The central examination board conducts the national level examination and is the in-charge of Certification.
  • Courses conducted by BCAHS are approved by Bharat Sevak Samaj.
  • Certification is in the name of Bharat Sevak Samaj.
  • BSS Community College Certificates can be registered at the Employment Office.

What is Bharat Sevak Samaj (BSS)??

  • BSS is a National Development Agency established in 1952 by Planning Commission, Government of India.
  • BSS is a non-official and non-political, national platform for any type of constructive work.
  • The constitution and functioning of BSS are approved unanimously by the Indian Parliament.
  • The BSS Certificate is attested by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.

The Diploma Courses: 2 years