Central Council of Tibetan Medicine



This is a general announcement from the office of the Central Council of Tibetan Medicine.  After some recent inspections of medical clinics in the region, the State Health Department team headed by Dharamsala’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO) has sent notices to close those clinics which had failed to register with the State Health Department. Therefore, as directed by the CMO’s office, we urge all doctors residing in Himachal Pradesh and other States in India who are interested in establishing new clinics to register under the clinical establishment Rules & Regulation Act of 2010 from their respective State Health Department.  For more information, please visit the websites listed below.



Rules & Regulation:


Required Documents:

Copy of Qualification Certificate

Registration fee Rs.500

Copy of Identity Proof of the applicant

Map and contact details of the clinic’s location and a copy of the online registration form submitted to the CMO’s office.   Registrations will be granted within 10 days from being submitted to the State Health Department (CMO’s office).  Clinics must not provide any service until their registration is approved.