Ramakrishna Math Nagpur

Vivekananda Charitable Multi-Therapy Dispensary

The dispensary started functioning on March 26th, 2018, with various departments managed by expert doctors. At present, 60 senior doctors are giving honorary services to the dispensary, and a total of 21,600 patients (male, female, and child) have been treated during the financial year. Further, we have a fully equipped dental department, pathological lab, X-ray unit, and pharmaceutical unit. During the financial year 2019–20, 1406 pathological tests were conducted. In the pharmaceutical units, medicines are sold at a discount of 15%.
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The multi-therapy dispensary includes the following specialties:

  • General Medical treatments
  • Dental Check-up
  • Ophthalmology
  • ENT
  • Dermatology
  • Pediatrics – Child Check-up & treatment
  • Pathology Lab
  • Physiotherapy Unit
  • Psychiatry
  • Orthopedics
  • Nephrology – Renal diseases treatment
  • X-Ray Unit
  • Ayurvedic Treatment
  • Homoeopathy treatment
  • Medicine Store

Following Camps has been conducted in the year 2023 : 

  • Blood Donation Camp: 50 people participated.
  • Ayurveda Camp: 56 patients have been examined.
  • Orthopedic examination camp: 100 patients have been examined.

Charitable Homeopathy Dispensary

The Math has been running a charitable homeopathy dispensary in the poor locality of Indora, which is about 6 Km away from the Math Center, since 1953. During this year, nearly 17015 patients were treated in this dispensary with nominal charges. People from the adjoining poor locality derive benefit from this dispensary.

Physiotherapy Unit

The unit is housed with all modern physiotherapy instruments. Two physiotherapists, assisted by two assistants, and more than three volunteers are managing the unit under the supervision of the monk-in-charge. The unit has treated about 42,993 patients during the year 2023.

Mobile Dispensary

The mobile dispensary was started in the year 1986. At present, the Mobile dispensary is running on a van; the vehicle plies an average of 60 km every day (except Monday) on the Bhandara, Umred and Koradi routes and covers more than 60 villages in a week. All together, 27,016 patients were treated in year 2023.

Free Eye Camps

The Math has organized three free eye camps at villages Pachgaon, Vadoda, and Kanhan (nearly 35–40 km away from Nagpur) for the poor and needy. In these camps, 685 patients were examined and treated. Spectacles were given to 522 patients, and cataract operations were performed on 143 patients.