MIOT is an organization that was founded in 1988 by Tamil speaking doctors in the United Kingdom who were interested in helping the Tamil community all over the world on health related matters.
The Medical Institute of Tamils (MIOT) was founded in 1988 by Tamil speaking doctors in the United Kingdom and is an evergrowing network.
The Establishment of a world class healthcare system in the north & east of Sri Lanka by advancing the clinical research, infrastructure & education aspects of medical & allied health services.
To Provide external support, generate financial aid and develop local expertise while fostering strong links with global organisations.
Holistic care fro a healthier Community.
To facilitate the provision of acute care, community care, health rehabilitation and health awareness programmes in Tamil homelands.
Medical Skills Training
Provide information across different media in both English and Tamil, to promote awareness of disease patterns and preventable illnesses.
The Growth of Regional Branches
At the MIOT AGM held in the South Thames Region in November 1992, at Grove Park Hospital, a decision was made to create regional branches to devolve its activities closer to where the doctors lived/ practised. Since, many Tamil doctors were living and practicing in the southeast, the MIOT committee decided to form the South Thames branch of MIOT.
Following on from the formation of the South Thames region committee, other branches were inaugurated in the mid 1990s. MIOT North Thames regional branch was opened covering North London and Essex. At the same time the Northern region committee branch covered all areas north of Bedfrodshire. By late 1990’s, the North Thames and Eastern region committees were established to cover areas including Hertfordshire, Cambrdigeshire and North London. The Wales branch was inaugurated a decade ago in the 21st centure.
Choose from the 6 regional committees below to find out who is on the committee for this year and to find out what they have lately been upto with their recent blog posts.
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