Departments :

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • E.N.T.
  • Opthalmology
  • Dental
  • Paediatric
  • Orthopaedic
  • Gastroenterology
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
  • Physiotherapy
  • Audiometry
  • Psychotherapy

  • Sonology
  • Imaging
  • Pathology
  • H.D.U.

Hospital : Hilights of performance during 2018-19

 

Indoor General Hospital
No. of Beds201
HDU8Cabins43
Dialysis5General Ward Beds (No bed charges)145
No. of Cases admitted6,705
No. of Emergency cases attended10,264
No. of Operations Performed1,609
E.N.T.53Eye Camp538
Eye - Phaco68Eye Others39
General Surgery275Gynaecology16
Laparoscopic403Neuro15
Orthopedics124Plastic Surgery27
Total Hip Replacement4Urology47
No. of minor surgical procedures done8,613
O.P.D.3,171I.P.D.5,442
Dialysis
Hemodialysis1,195 
Department-wise admissions6,401
Chest & T.B.43Neuromedicine164
E.N.T.103Neurosurgery71
Endocrinology2Onchology-Medical4
Gastroentrology6Ophthalmology756
General Medicine3682Orthopedics277
General Surgery1061Pediatrics321
Gynaecology67Plastic Surgery36
Nephrology2Urology110
Daily Average Occupancy117

Out Patients’ Department
Allopathy1,81,280
Homoeopathy18,087
Total patients treated1,99,367
Daily Average Attendance664
(For Allopathy and Homeopathy together on the basis of 300 working days a year)
Note: A nominal fee Rs. 10/- charged for OPD registration

Clinical and Pathological Laboratory
Haematology23,379Serology27,985
Biochemistry46,375Clinical Pathology & Others10,074
Total1,07,813

 

DiagnosticsFreePaidTotal
E.C.G.1193,2423,375
Echo Cardiogram30845882
Endoscopy4208214
Doppler Tests5397403
U.S.G.1174,8625,014
X-ray43211,46312,017

Free Eye Cataract (IOL) Operation Camp
IOL Camp was held in our hospital from 20.01.2019 to 20.02.2019. 600 patients were admitted, of which 548 were operated upon. Besides our two doctors, Dr. Rajesh Gupta & Dr. Amit Kumar Singh; Dr. Bhaskar Mukherjee & Dr. Sudipta Mitra of Kolkata and Dr. Arun Bhattacharya of Burdwan, W.B., performed the operations.
Mobile Dispensary
During the year 3 mobile medical units went to urban slums & villages near Varanasi and treated 28,743 cases in all.

Report of Welfare Activity
ParticularsNo. of BeneficiariesAmount
Pecuniary Help (Monthly)
- Destitute widows1866,38,700
- Students16487,550
- Destitutes/Poor1549,600
Help for education2661,74,351
Help for treatment1100
Help for Marriage15,000
Distribution of Sarees22569,127
Distribution of Blankets78071,712
Distribution of Food Articles35,50,000
Total46,46,140

Old Age Homes (Invalids' Homes)
Two separate homes for men and women are maintained. Residents include men – 36 and women – 56 as on 31st March 2019

Dairy
As on 31st March 2019 the dairy had 26 milch cows, 6 milch pregnant cows, 7 dry pregnant cows, 33 heifers (7 Pregnant) and 14 calves (6 female, 8 male) taking the total strength of cattle to 93. Average daily milk yield was about 299 liters which was used for our patients at hospital and other residents.

Ramnam Sankirtan
On Ekadasi days Ramnam Sankirtan is sung in the main office. Once during his stay in Varanasi, Swami Brahmanandaji Maharaj had a vision of Mahavir Hanuman attending the Ramanam held in the above premises.
Laboratory
On 30.04.2018 at 11.30 a.m. a New Machine of Thyroid and many others tests (mini Vedas) was inaugurated by Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj for the service of the people.
Independence Day
On 15.08.2018 Flag Hoisting was done on Achalananda Bhavan's Terrace with the singing of National Anthem by the assembled monastics and other staff members.
Optical Unit
On 29.8.2018 at 10.00 a.m. a New Optical Unit was opened by Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj for providing spectacles at subsidized rates to needy patients.
Christmas Eve
On 24.12.2018 Christmas Eve was celebrated in the main office with Arati, Reading of Bible, Lecture on Life and Teachings of Christ (in Bengali & Hindi) and Carol Singing.
USG
On 28.12.2018 at 9.30 a.m. a New Machine of USG was dedicated by Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj for the service of the people.
Oxygen Generator
On 09.01.2019, Wednesday at 11.30 am. – New Oxygen Generator, for providing oxygen and suction facility to Indoor patients, was dedicated by Revered Swami Ramananda and Sri P. K. Sinha, Chairman cum Managing Director, Northern Coalfields Ltd., in the presence of monks, brahmacharins, volunteers, staff and other people.
Republic Day Celebration
On 26.01.2019 Flag Hoisting was in front of Main Hospital Gate behind the Nataraj Murti with the singing of National Anthem by the assembled monastics and other staff members.
Swami Vivekananda Festival
On 03.02.2019 Swami Vivekananda's Birth Anniversary Celebration was held with special puja at Swamiji's temple and Rogi Narayan Puja in the Hospital. Lunch Prasad was served to doctors, well-wishers. About 3,500 people took Prasad that day.
2nd Floor of Braja Dham (Bajoria) Building
On 04.03.2019 at 10.45 a.m. 2nd floor of Braja Dham (Bajoria) Building was inaugurated by Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj.
Mahashivaratri Puja
On 04.03.2019 Mahashivaratri Puja was performed in Laveshwar Shiva Temple with Vedic Chanting, singing of hymns etc.
Cultural Programmes
  • 125th Anniversary of Chicago Address - Cultural Programmes was held on 12.09.2018 & 13.09.2018. Average attendance in the programme was about 250.
  • A Cultural Programme was held on 06.01.2019. Average attendance in the programme was about 200.
  • A Cultural Programme was held on 25.01.2019. Average attendance in the programme was about 250.

Special Thanks
 
  1. All the donors, big and small.
  2. All the doctors, para-medical staff, honorary workers and all other staff members who are associated with the Sevasharama offering their best services to the institution.
  3. Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre, United Kingdom, through Swami Sarvasthananda, has always supported our activities.
  4. Kirpalani Foundation, Surinam, South America, for continuing their generous grants for our Health Education work in villages and slum areas.
  5. M/s. Singh Bajpai & Associates, Chartered Accountants, Barahdari, Maidagin, Varanasi, for acting as Statutory Auditors.
  6. The Kamrup Industrial Gases Ltd., Varanasi, for supplying oxygen at concessional rate.
  7. We are extremely thankful to the Joint Director: CAD-RAD.
    Senior Scientists Dr. Goutam Kumar Das, B.V.Sc. & A.H., M.V.Sc. (A.R.), Ph.D.; Dr. Debahrata B. Mondal, B.V.Sc., A.H., M.V. Sc. (Medicine), Ph.D.; Technical Officer Sri Dipak Singh and other officials of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareily, for their unstinting technical help and other timely support to our Goshala throughout the year.
  8. Dr. R. B. Lal, B.V. Sc. & A.H.N.D., P.V.M.; Dr. Aniruddh Rai, B.V.Sc. & A.H., Ex-P.V.S. and Dr. U. B. Singh, B.V.Sc. & A.H., P.V.S. (Pant Nagar University).
  9. Dr. Abhijit Mitra, B.V.Sc. & AH, M.Sc., Ph.D., Director: ICAR National Research Centre on Mithun, Medziphema, Dimapur, Nagaland – 797106.
  10. We especially thank Mr. Ratan Tata, Mr. K. Krishna Kumar, Mr. Venkatramanan, Dr. Harish Krishnaswamy, Mr. H S D Srinivasan, Dr. Sita Rama, Dr. Sandeep and Dr Amol of TATA Trusts for a grant of INR 5.89 crores for Vivekananda Medical Services: Increasing Access to Primary Health Care in Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
  11. We thank Mr. Prakash Daswani, Mr. Vijay and Shyam Kirpalani and Ms. Maya Kirpalani of the Kirpalani Foundation for their kind contribution of 5 lakh INR for food supplements and other rural health support.
  12. We thank Dr. Manu Vora and Mr. Kishorelalji of the Blind Foundation for India for their kind donation of INR 5 lakh for purchase of 2 wheelers for rural health work including eye work and Gadadhara Abhyudaya Prakalpa.
  13. We thank Prof. Dr. Christa of Medical University of Graz and the Director of the General Movement Assessment Foundation for her training and certification of the team in Advance technique of General Movement Assessment and their kind donation of 4019 Euro for the project Ganesha of general movement assessment of young infants.
  14. We thank Ms. Concha Hoefler of the Learn for Life, Deutschland for 4000 Euro for distribution life support items [clothes, blankets, food articles, fruit, uniform, learning material] for the poor children and persons of slums of Varanasi and surrounding rural areas.
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi

 

Hospital : Hilights of performance during 2016-17

 


The Managing Committee of the Home of Service has great pleasure in placing before the public the report of the activities of the Institution.

Indoor General Hospital
No. of Beds226
HDU8Cabins29
General Ward Beds (No bed charges)189
No. of Cases admitted6,750
No. of Emergency cases attended8,050
No. of Operations Performed2,232
E.N.T.74Eye Camp598
Eye - Phaco158Eye Others41
General746Gynaecology26
Laparoscopic343Neuro29
Orthopedics157Plastic Surgery20
Urology40 
No. of minor surgical procedures done4,739
O.P.D.64Emergency O.P.D.1,317
I.P.D.3,160O.T.198
Department-wise admissions6,750
Cardiology1Chest & T.B.47
E.N.T.191Endocrinology5
Eye868Gastroenterology5
General Surgery969Gynecology30
Medicine3,737Neurosurgery154
Oncology35Orthopedics318
Pediatrics257Plastic Surgery44
Urology89
Daily Average Occupancy102
Out Patients’ Department
Allopathy1,59,925
Homoeopathy17,227
Total patients treated1,77,152
(Male 74,680, Female 84,034, Child 18,348)
Daily Average Attendance591
(For Allopathy and Homeopathy together on the basis of 300 working days a year)
Note: A nominal fee Rs. 10/- charged for OPD registration
Clinical and Pathological Laboratory
Haematology18,142Serology23,607
Biochemistry58,639Clinical Pathology & Others4,018
Total1,04,406
DiagnosticsFreePaidTotal
E.C.G.1094,0774,186
Echo Cardiogram26646672
Endoscopy7150157
Doppler Tests6248254
U.S.G.1302,9623,092
X-ray45711,82412,281
Old Age Homes (Invalids' Homes)
Two separate homes for men and women are maintained. Residents include men – 21 and women – 42 as on 31st March 2017
Report of Welfare Activity for 2016-17
ParticularsNo. of BeneficiariesAmount
Pecuniary Help (Monthly)
- Destitute widows1856,33,600
- Students16490,100
- Destitutes/Poor1757,000
Help for education961,91,843
Help for cremation22,790
Help for Marriage11,000
Distribution of Sarees20333,340
Distribution of Blankets40051,576
Distribution of Food ArticlesN.A.5,960
Total1,06810,67,209
Dairy
As on 31st March 2017 the dairy had 15 milch cows, 10 milch pregnant cows, 4 dry pregnant cows, 24 heifers (8 pregnant) and 35 calves (29 female, 6 male) taking the total strength of cattle to 88. Average daily milk yield was about 280 liters which was used for our patients at hospital and other residents.
Mobile Dispensary
During the year 4 mobile medical units went to urban slums & villages near Varanasi and treated 31,119 cases in all.
Independence Day
On 15.08.2016 Flag Hoisting was done on the terrace of the Operation Theatre building with the singing of National Anthem by the assembled monastics and other staff members.
Christmas Eve
As usual Christmas Eve was celebrated in the main office on 24.12.2016
Swami Vivekananda Festival
Swami Vivekananda's birth anniversary celebration was held on 22.01.2017 with special puja at Swamiji’s temple and Rogi Narayan Puja in the Hospital. Lunch Prasad was served to doctors, well-wishers. About 3,500 people took Prasad that day.
Republic Day Celebration
On 26.01.2017 Flag Hoisting was done on the terrace of the Operation Theatre building with the singing of National Anthem by the assembled monastics and other staff members.
Free Eye Cataract (IOL) Operation Camp
IOL Camp was held in our hospital from 23.01.2017 to 16.02.2017. 642 patients were admitted, of which 598 were operated upon. Besides our three doctors, Dr. Radhika Chakraverty, Dr. Rupali Agarwal and Dr. Sujit Abhaykumar Deshmukh; Dr. Bhaskar Mukherjee and Dr. Sudipta Mitra of Kolkata and Dr. Arun Bhattacharya of Burdwan, W.B., performed the operations.
Mahashivaratri Puja
On 24.02.2017 Mahashivaratri Puja was performed in Laveshwar Shiva Temple with Vedic Chanting, singing of hymns etc.
Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign)
Three cleanliness drives were conducted on 18.12.2016, 15.01.2017 and 26.02.2017 in each of which Sannyasins, Brahmacharins, inmates, staff members, students of Value Education Programme, volunteers and devotees numbering about 300 participated.
150th birth Anniversary Celebration of Sister Nivedita
Five music programmes were held on 25.12.2016, 22.01.2017, 23.02.2017, 26.02.2017 (also a Magic show) and 26.03.2017. Average attendance in these programmes was about 200.
Ramnam Sankirtan
On Ekadasi days Ramnam Sankirtan is sung in the main office. Once during his stay in Varanasi, Swami Brahmanandaji Maharaj had a vision of Mahavir Hanuman attending the Ramanam held in the above premises.
Non formal Coaching Center
Due to non-availability of adequate number of children, the Non-formal Coaching Center started in May 2007 had to be closed on 30.09.2016.
Eye Care Unit
Renovated Eye Care Unit at OPD Building was inaugurated on Thursday 4th February, 2016 at 11.00 am by Revered Swami Shaktyanandaji Maharaj.
Retired Monks Quarter 2nd Floor
Revered Swami Bodhasaranandaji Maharaj, Assistant General Secretary, Belur Math inaugurated the newly built Retired Monks Quarter 2nd Floor on 26th June 2016, Sunday at 7.30 a.m.
Special Cabins
New Cabins at the Renovated Male Ortho Surgical Ward of Hospital were inaugurated on 29th April 2017 at 9.30 am by Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj.
Random Access Clinical Chemistry Analyzer & E.E.G
At OPD Block – Random Access Clinical Chemistry Analyzer & E.E.G machines were dedicated to the Sevashrama on 8th May 2017 at 10.30 am by Revered Swami Vishwatmanandaji Maharaj.
Vehicle Parking Place
For the Doctors, Inmates & Staffs of the Sevashrama, on the auspicious day of the Rath-Yatra (Sunday 25th June 2017), a Vehicle Parking Place near the ‘Rain-Basera’ was inaugurated by pulling a Chariot (Rath) by the Revered Swami Ramanandaji Maharaj at 6 p.m. on 25th June 2017.
A second Parking place at Main Gate near the maintenance building was also dedicated to the Sevashrama.
CC TV
CC TV cameras were installed around the Sevashrama Campus.
Special Thanks
We are highly thankful to all the donors, big and small. We are particularly thankful to the following donors for their continued generous support.
  1. Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre, United Kingdom, through Swami Dayatmanandaji, has always supported our activities. This year it has generously donated a sum of Rs. 4.81 lakhs.
  2. Tata Trust, Mumbai, has sanctioned a sizeable grant for free medicines to poor people and Health Education Work in slums and villages.
  3. Kirpalani Foundation, Surinam, South America, for continuing their generous grants for our Health Education work in villages and slum areas.
  4. Dr. Manu Vova and Shri Kishorelal Shah of Blind Foundation for India, Chicago, USA, for donating one Mobile Medical Van and one Car.
  5. M/s. Singh Bajpai & Associates, Chartered Accountants, Barahdari, Maidagin, Varanasi, for acting as Statutory Auditors at a nominal cost.
  6. Hindalco Industries Ltd., Renukoot, Dist. Sonbhadra (U.P.), for monthly financial help for maintenance of old monks.
  7. The Kamrup Industrial Gases Ltd., Varanasi, for supplying oxygen at concessional rate.
  8. We are extremely thankful to the Joint Director: CAD-RAD. Senior Scientists Dr. Goutam Kumar Das, B.V.Sc. & A.H., M.V.Sc. (A.R.), Ph.D.; Dr. Debahrata B. Mondal, B.V.Sc., A.H., M.V. Sc. (Medicine), Ph.D.; Technical Officer Sri Dipak Singh and other officials of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareily, for their unstinting technical help and other timely support to our Goshala throughout the year.
  9. Dr. R. B. Lal, B.V. Sc. & A.H.N.D., P.V.M.; Dr. Aniruddh Rai, B.V.Sc. & A.H., Ex-P.V.S. and Dr. U. B. Singh, B.V.Sc. & A.H., P.V.S. (Pant Nagar University).
  10. Dr. Abhijit Mitra, B.V.Sc. & AH, M.Sc., Ph.D., Director: ICAR National Research Centre on Mithun, Medziphema, Dimapur, Nagaland – 797106.
  11. All doctors, para-medical staff, honorary workers and all other staff members who are associated with the Sevasharama offering their best services to the institution.
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi

 

 

 

Hospital : Hilights of performance during 2014-15

Admissions and Treatment
6,163 new cases admitted; 6,737 Emergency cases treated; 590 FREE cases treated; Daily average occupancy of 105 in IPD; Daily average attendance of 496 in OPD Section.
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi
Cases done in . . . Free Cases Concession Paid Cases T O T A L
X-Ray 818 165 10,312 11,295
E.C.G. 183 4 2,770 2,957
U.S.G. 183 4 3,559 3,913
Echo Cardiogram 31 6 694 731
Endoscopy 5 2 69 76
Doppler Tests 1 3 80 84
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi
Patient footfall in . . . Male Female Children T O T A L
OPD-Allopathy 51,848 67,043 18,525 1,37,416
OPD-Homeopathy 4,831 5,158 1,510 11,499
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi
Major Surgeries performed T O T A L
General Surgery 582
Laproscopic Surgery 268
Urology 97
Plastic Surgery 53
Neuro Surgery 44
Orthopaedic Surgery 325
E. N. T . 192
Eye Surgery - Phaco 98
Eye Surgery - Others 63
Eye Surgery - in Camp 340
Gynaecology 56
T O T A L 2,118
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi
Minor surgical procedures done No. of cases
Out patients Department 244
Emergency Out patients Department 1,253
In patients Department 3,015
O.T. 176
Eye O.T. 2
T O T A L 4,690
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi
Pathology Statistics . . . Indoor Outdoor T O T A L
Laboratory tests done 52,138 42,996 95,134
Source: RKM Home of Service, Varanasi