1 month ago

Sawai Madhopur Rural, Sawai Madhopur

₹5,000 - 12,000
No Experience Required
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Job type: Full Time

Nature of Job: NA
Work days: 6 days per week
Shift Timings:
Morning Shift
9:30am - 7:00pm
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Selection Criteria

Below 10th allowed
Any Experience preferred
Functional Hindi skills. Ability to speak, read & write.
Lab Testing*

Required for the Job

Android Phone
Marksheets and DegreeCompulsory
Aadhar CardCompulsory
DMLT (Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology) certificate*
Expected Salary
Notice Period

Job Description

  1. The main role will be to check the samples and perform tests prescribed by the doctors.
  2. Write report analysis with the help of doctors
  3. Responsible for maintaining the record and making sure tests are done.
  4. Manage the Tamaria Clinic lab at the given location

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About the Company
PrimaryCare Tech Pvt Ltd

PCTPL is healthcare startup based out of Delhi. we provide Primary Care treatment for all kinds of ailments like Skin Diseases, Joint Pain, Hair fall, Obesity, Female disorders, Child diseases, OCD, Depression, Renal Stone/Gall Stone/Kidney Stone etc. Tamaria Clinic Doctors are all over Delhi & we can reach you within 30 mins to provide you best Primary Care treatment possible for any ailment


Our aim is to provide Doctors near every person reachable with in 30 mins. Visit our Primary CareClinic for holistic Primary Care treatment. Our Primary Care doctor's have year of experience & are one of the best Doctors in Delhi



The penetration of diagnostic services in India is mainly concentrated around metros and big cities. In rural India, access to healthcare is restricted to primary health centers catering to just the basic healthcare services. Typical health problems in rural India are related to nutritional deficiencies, lack of maternal and perinatal condition support, the common occurrence of communicable diseases such as malaria, diarrhea, tuberculosis, and respiratory diseases. Shortage of hygiene infrastructure, lack of awareness, limited access to facilities, lack of trained medical personnel, dearth of medicines and good doctors are the key challenges faced by more than 70 percent of India’s population living in rural areas today.



Dr Tamaria was born in a very rural village of Rajasthan. He decided to become a doctor after seeing the poor condition of the medical system in his village. He went on to become MS of AIIMS to understand and implement the best possible health solution in India. After working in Medical fraternity he kept thinking about how to give back to his village. This idea created a vision in him to develop “low fidelity, high frequency” solutions for diagnostics in rural India. The solutions will focus on cheap, low fidelity hardware that can capture recurring diagnostic data at a high frequency, and use machine learning and algorithmic data manipulation to accurately diagnose and predict conditions. At Tamaria Clinic we are developing “Low-cost Intelligent, Reliable, Connected” devices that would resolve the problem of the Non-Accessibility of affordable healthcare to this segment of the population. “Intelligence” in the device should enable easy training to the “Low skilled” resources in the rural areas while “ Connectivity” should help them to access the experts in Tier 1 & Tier 2 cities.



Tamaria Clinic is the brainchild of three daughters of Dr K C Tamaria (AIIMS MS BHOPAL). Dr Savita, Dr Anuradha & Dr Jyoti came together to give a holistic treatment to patients. Tamaria Clinic opened with a idea that Once a patient is registered with the clinic, Dr. Tamaria becomes their family physician and whatever be the medical problem- however small or serious – will be taken care of by Tamaria Clinic team of doctors