Free Medical Care
For the over 21% of Indian population living below the poverty line, finding good quality, affordable medical care is but a distant dream. Thousands die every-day due to lack of timely medical care. Especially concerning is the rate of child mortality in rural areas. Health statistics indicate that 1 child dies every 15 seconds with over 2 million children under 5 years old dying every year due to lack of medical care.
Moved by the pitiable condition of the poor and underprivileged, Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya (JKC) established 3 multi-specialty hospitals in poor rural areas for the material upliftment and physical welfare of those in need. These hospitals are equipped with state of the art machinery, labs and provide completely free medical services to the local residents.
JKC Hospitals also conduct various medical camps throughout the year, including Cataract Surgery Camps, Blood Donation Camps, Heart Health Checkup Camps, etc. JKC hospitals also organize health awareness programs in surrounding rural villages. All of the JKC doctors are highly educated, well established in their respective fields and countries. They have voluntarily joined the hospitals to selflessly offer their services to humanity and give back to the society.
Over 3Million patients have benefitted from the services offered by these hospitals since 2003.
Mangarh is a small village situated in the Pratapgarh district of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Inaugurated on Nov 5th, 2003 by the then governor of UP, Dr. Vishnukant Shastri, JKC Mangarh is a 75 bed hospital treating around 600 to 700 patients every day. Villagers living within a 100 km radius are benefitted by the medical services offered by this hospital. The hospital offers allopathy, homeopathy, ayurvedic, naturopathy treatments along-with physiotherapy and acupressure treatments. All consultation, treatments, blood work, xrays, other tests, medication, out-patient, in-patient services etc. are provided completely free of charge.
The JKC Mangarh Eye Hospital was inaugurated by Jagadguru Shri Kriplau Ji Maharaj on July 29th, 2009 and attends to a large number of patients with eyesight /vision problems. The eye hospital also organizes free cataract surgery eye camps at least twice a year to perform cataract eye surgery.
JKC Mangarh has 16 resident doctors and 13 visiting practitioners.
Barsana is a small village in the Mathura district of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Inaugurated on Jan 14th, 2007, by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj, JKC Barsana is a 30 bed hospital, treating over 350 to 400 patients every day. Patients from surrounding villages travel up-to 100 km, to avail of the high quality medical services offered by this hospital. All consultation, treatments, blood work, medication, out-patient, in-patient services etc. are provided completely free of charge.
This hospital also has a separate eye unit.
JKC Barsana has 9 resident doctors.
The holy land of Vrindavan is situated in Mathura district of the state of Uttar Pradesh. JKC Vrindavan was inaugurated on Sep 18th, 2015. JKC Vrindavan is a 100 bed multi-specialty hospital, treating more than 500 patients every day. The hospital also has emergency rooms and minor operation theaters. The hospital offers various services such as General Surgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Gynecology, Dental Care, Physiotherapy, Homeopathy and Naturopathy. This hospital also has an in-house Radiology lab with X Ray and Ultrasound machines, as well as a Pathology lab.
JKC Vrindavan has 19 resident doctors, most of whom are foreign-educated and have come to selflessly serve and give back to the society. Patients in these hospitals also benefit from the services of several well-known visiting practitioners like Dr. Khanna from Apollo Hospital, New Delhi etc.
IBYSS is a proud supporter of these hospitals and helps fund their growth and ongoing expenses. For more Information visit http://www.jkphospitals.org/