Ramdev Rao, a 30 bedded general hospital, was established in a sprawling area of about five acres at Kukatpally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by Sivananda Rehabilitation Home in 2002 to serve the needy poor patients in the neighbourhood. After being operational for about six years, the management reluctantly had to close it down in January 2008 since the services utilised by the beneficiaries vis-à-vis the investments made by them were not satisfactory.

In August 2008, Health Management and Research Institute (HMRI), a registered non-profit organization working in the health-care system, based in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh offered to take over the management of the hospital, starting with out-patient services. By May 2009, in-Patient treatment began.

Because of the increased numbers, there was a need to increase the infrastructure, which was done by increasing the floor space of the existing hospital building and also by building a new OPD block which was inaugurated on 01 Jul 2012.

Mahavir Dialysis Center, funded by the Mahavir Trust was inaugurated on 01 July 2012 to provide highly subsidized treatment to needy patients.

HMRI withdrew from running the Hospital from 15 Jul 2011and there after the management of the hospital is being directly supervised by SRH Trust. The Hospital is now a full fledged general hospital with 100 beds with fully equipped laboratories, operation theatres, physiotherapy department, dialysis unit etc.

Ramdev Rao Hospital is now empanelled with Rajiv Arogyasri Trust. It is also empanelled with the Employees Health Scheme (EHS) of the State Government. //

Free medical camps within the hospital premises as well as outside are conducted. Free Out Reach Clinics at various neighbouring colonies are held regularly to bring free healthcare to the doorstep of the poor and needy.

In-Patient Block

Out-Patient Block