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There are many rural areas where proper medical facilities are not available. Even if there are some health centers available, either they don't have proper medical staff and equipment or the cost of treatment is unaffordable for the villagers. They are hence deprived of proper health care. Keeping in mind the lack of medical facilities in such rural regions, JKP financed and completed the construction of three Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya hospitals - in Mangarh, Barsana and Vrindavan.

The first fully charitable hospital was started in Mangarh village of Pratapgarh district in U.P. It was inaugurated on 5th November, 2003. This 75 bedded hospital treats about 600 to 700 patients daily. The second Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya was started in January 2007 in Barsana, U.P. The third JKC hospital was started on September 18th, 2015 in the holy land of Vrindavan.

All three hospitals are run entirely on charities serving a rural population of 10,00,000 within its catchment radius of 80-100 km and treating hundreds of patients daily. They are all multi facility hospitals providing free services of general physicians, gynecologists, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, orthopedics & physiotherapists. JKC also provides services of alternate medicine through naturopathy, homoeopathy, ayurvedic & acupressure treatments. All medical personnel including doctors render their services free to the hospital as a service to their spiritual master Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. JKCs are equipped with state-of-the-art imaging and laboratory equipment and in-house Pathology Lab. The expenses for all in-patient services, out-patient services, medicines, X-Rays, ECG, ultrasound, pathology investigations and any surgeries performed at JKC are all borne by JKP. Thus our hospitals are completely free for all patients.

Proper shelters have also been constructed outside two of the hospitals as a waiting hall for the poor patients who travel long distances in the hope of being examined first in the morning. Due to the unprecedented rush and to maintain quality service, all the hospitals are forced to limit the number of patients to be examined in a day.