The Ramdev Rao Hospital, a 80 bed not-for-profit institution, was started in 2002 to provide quality care for indigent patients at an affordable cost. It is now a full fledged general hospital with fully equipped laboratories, operation theatres, dialysis unit, physiotherapy department etc. It also runs a free clinic for the poor.


Ramdev Rao Rayati Cards are special identity concessional cards which are issued to deserving families, based on their economic profile. These cards entitle them to system generated concessions in hospital tariff ranging from 20% to 50% for all in-house services.


Kumudini Devi School Health Programme covers more than 2500 students from five nearby government schools. All the students are screened periodically at the school premises and requiring further investigations or specialist consultations are rendered the same free of cost at our Hospital.


Polio and Health Check up Camps are conducted regularly in the surrounding slum areas and colonies, including immunisation programmes such as government organised pulse polio camps.


Diabetic Health Club offers free diabetes related service


Bhagwan Mahavir Dialysis Centre is a 24 station high end renal dialysis facility, offering dialysis to BPL patients free of cost. For others, a nominal cost of Rs 300/­ is charged, as against market charges of Rs 2500 - 3500. From its inception in July 2012 till date, a total of 56688 dialysis have been done.


Hyderabad Race Club Eye Centre was opened in Nov 2016 and provides many free ophthalmological services as well as other services and procedures at a nominal charge.


Kumudini Devi Diabetes Research Center (DRC) was set up in June 2015, with the prime objective of conducting research in diabetes. Presently six diabetes studies are going on.


Kumudini Devi Hospice was started in June 2013 to provide pain relief and palliative care services free of charge, by the Pain Relief & Palliative Care Society of MNJ Institute of Oncology and Regional Cancer Center, Hyderabad





In-Patient Block



Out-Patient Block



Hyderabad Race Club Eye Centre was inaugurated on 16th November 2016 by Honble Governor of Telangana & A.P. Shri E.S.L.Narsimhan who was the Chief Guest. Shri.CH.Malla Reddy (MP), Shri Madhavaram Krishna Rao (MLA), Mr.J.Vikramdev Rao, Honorary Secretary, Sivananda Rehabilitation Home & Mrs. Kavya Reddy (GHMC Corporator), KPHB were the special Invitees to the Programme. HRC,Hyderabad in collaboration with this institution established HRCEC. The objective of this Centre is to provide Eye Care facility to the poor and socially backward sections of the Society either at free of cost or at substantially subsidized cost.



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