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Christmas Dinner Dance 2015  Medical Institute of Tamil (MIOT) Presents their Annual Christmas Dinner Dance. Date: 7th November 2015 Time: 6.30pm- late Venue: Hilton Watford, Elton Way, Watford, HertsWD25 8HA Click to view the post

Kalai Kathampam-2014

Contact Details Dr M Pradeepan 07725 992395 Dr Vipulendran 07590 680560 Alcohol Consumption is prohibited in the theatre and premises - kind notice from the management

Healthcare Symposisum

Please see the attached files STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT PLAN SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW PROGRAMME Dear MIOT Member MIOT North Thames Branch has organised a healthcare symposium on supporting the development of primary healthcare services in the NE of Sri Lanka. The event will be...

Carnatic Events

An Evening of Carnatic and Hindustani Entertainment In aid of CANE and MIOT Your generous support will change their lives

National MIOT Study Day & Extra-ordinary AGM

National MIOT Study Day & Extra-ordinary AGM   Educational meeting 10th May 2015 POST GRADUATE CENTRE, North Middlesex Hospital Wilbury way London N18 1BX  Royal College of Physicians CPD No 96536 13.30 pm– 14.00pm Registration & Networking 14.00 pm-...

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MIOT aims to unite all Tamils involved in the field of medical care worldwide, to work towards helping the Tamils of Sri Lanka and beyond. MIOT will promote the physical, psychological and social well-being of Tamils in the homelands and further afield, striving to help relieve Tamils of poverty and suffering. MIOT will help to promote awareness of disease patterns and preventable illnesses through proving information across different media in both English and Tamil. MIOT will facilitate adequate provisions of healthcare to those in need by supporting and financing various rehabilitation and educational programmes in the Tamil homelands.

MIOT will aid in improving and updating medical knowledge and better understanding for all those involved in the medical field, if and when required, through sharing knowledge with the aid of medical conferences, seminars, workshops and though journals. MIOT aims to work with like-minded organisations interested in the welfare of Tamil communities in the homelands and around the world, by proving financial and medical know how.

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An Evening of Carnatic and Hindustani Entertainment

In aid of CANE and MIOT


Your generous support will change their lives

  • MIOT plans to achieve these goals by: 100% 100%


Increase membership to drive and organise events, so that funds may be collected which will help effect various projects aimed at providing rehabilitation and reducing adverse health effects.


Establish further MIOT branches in several locations around the world to facilitate long-term goals.


Continue to educate the modern medical skills for the professionals. Help to Improve physical, psychological and social welfare of Tamils and Assist Tamils live with dignity in whichever country they live.