+91-9534084500 / 9905788880 Kathal more, Itki Road, Ranchi



In RINCHI, WE UNDERSTAND- We realize our responsibility to the community we bolong to. Through out its journey-from inception to the present shape-RINCHI had always supported the community- A community with dominating tribal population deprived of basic sanitation, health care & education. Weare committed to provide medical support & health education based on local needs.

Our Community Health Programs are following:

    • Medical camps for hard to reach & under-served areas through 2 mobile medical units provided by MOHFW, GOJ. About 150 patents visit these NMU’s daily & get free investigations,X’ray & medicines.
    • running 4 MESO hospitals- all 50 bedded hospitals as per IPHS standards-in remote naxalite infested areas of Jharkhand, financed by & with active support of welfare ministry GOJ.These hospitals are:
      • MESO WELFARE HOSPITAL, JONHA, RANCHI PH NO.065222-61113; 9430377295
      • MESO WELFARE HOSPITAL, ARKI, KHUNTI PH NO.065302-56191; 9431514466

Each of these hospitals have OPD attendance ranging from 70 to250 patients daily. All of them get free investigations,X’ray,ultrasound, & medicines. Well equipped with operation threatre & necessary medical equipments, surgeries delieveries & hospitalizations are done. At a time in hospital patients (admitted patients) are 7 to 40 depending on epidemics & farming season. These hospitals are visited by surgeons, gynaecologists, paediatricians, orthopedicians, & physicians.

  • Organising free medical camps, & swasthya pakhwaras during which all treatment,ranging from OPD,IPD,surgeries & investigation are provide free of cost. In free medical camps for 15 days (pakhwara) total attendance comes to about 4000 & about 100 surgeries & 250 hospitalisations are done.
  • Free & concessional treatment at our advanced treatment centre, RINCHI trust hospital, a 120 bedded tertiary care hospital at ranchi,Jharkhand. There are 20 beds free for poor patients in general wards & BPL patients get highly subssized treatment & surgeries-almost at 25% of marks cost! & this small amount too is charged only to make the hospital self sustained.

Our Community Health Programs are following:

  • To adopt villages in nearby our MESO hospitals & do operational reseach on home based medical care for RCH activities,involving local community & sahiyas (ASHA).
  • Develop newer training materials for medical empowerment of common house holds; separate re-structured medical knowledge for grass root health workers.
  • Develop separate re-structured medical knowledge for doctors working in places where infra-structure & resources are poor