A medical Camp can be considered as a life-saving program which aims to provide free medical and surgical services to poor communities, living in rural or urban areas by a mobile team with varieties of medically specialized services working with Charitable Medical Trusts and medical professionals. Some NGOs, Charitable Medical Trusts and medical professionals driven by strong ethics of medicine, who believe that it is the moral responsibility and obligation to treat each patient, regardless of their incomes, race or social status. The main objective of a medical camp is to provide initial care to people in life-threatening conditions which reflect the unique strengths and goals of medical ethics. Other objectives are as stated below:

  • Ensuring provision of free and high - quality medical services for poor population
  • Working as an emergency team in disasters
  • Raise health awareness among the community and teach them to deal with communicable and non communicable diseases
  • Evaluate the living conditions, determine the obstacles and challenges to work on solving their problems
  • Refer medical cases towards surgeries if required
  • Register rare, severe cases and refer them to specialized centers


To make basic healthcare accessible for all, Rajeswari Devadass, conducted free health camps in Bearhatty village, providing help to over 1000 people. She conducted free health checkup in Bearhatty village, providing succour to people. Volunteers from the hospital - doctors, nurses and paramedics - brave inhospitable terrain, the vagaries of nature and many other adversities to reach the hinterlands. Such spirited visits are ensured by Rajeswari Devadass living up to our "saving and enriching lives". Volunteers from the hospital – doctors, nurses and paramedics - battle inhospitable terrain, the vagaries of nature and many other adversities to reach the hinterlands, living up to our motto of “saving and enriching lives”.

Prenatal and postnatal care for lactating women

Prenatal care helps decrease risks during pregnancy and increases the chance of a safe and healthy delivery. Regular prenatal visits can help your doctor monitor your pregnancy and identify any problems or complications before they become serious. A proper awareness about obtaining timely help for pregnant women in villages, from the primary health centres, that are adequaetly equipped to handle normal delivery cases, by helping them over come the wrong notion that Government Hospitals are ill - equipped to handle delivery cases - Rushing them to hospital in keeping with the GOLDEN HOUR concept helped save lives.

Eye care in Bearhatty village

Eyes are the windows of the soul. Eyes play a vital role in our day to day lives and are perhaps the most precious gift we have. A free eye check - up camp organized by Rajeswari Devadass. Such initiatives are helpful for poor people who cannot afford expensive procedures and medicines.