Recent & Allied Activities


Starting from 2007 till September 2017, 1765388 patients have been treated in the seventeen primary health care centres. Besides catering to varied basic healthcare problems, our centres arrange cataract surgeries in association with Rotary Eye Hospitals. 9161 successful Cataract surgeries have taken place thus far and 411 Cleft lip/palate surgeries for children have been conducted free of cost in association with Smile Train Foundation at CMRI, Kolkata. Till date, 38250 spectacles have been distributed among needy patients. Furthermore, to support the poor, needy and physically challenged patients, about 150 Wheelchairs have been distributed, along with 2000 blankets.


The 5th urban centre, Regent Park Unit was established on 15th January 2015. Everyday, it is functional from 8 am to 10 am and people can avail its services at a nominal amount of Rs.20 as in the other centres. Like the others, it provides us with Allopathy and an Eye department.

Beginning April ’15, RHCF has launched a door-to-door medicine collection drive, where our volunteers motivate people to donate unused, unexpired medicines lying in their homes to the poor and needy. The purpose of this campaign has been to both collect medicines to donate to the poor through our primary health care centres locate din rural areas, as well as educate people on the dangers associated with the improper disposal of expired medicines.

A Free Medical Camp was arranged at the Jyotish Roy Road centre, Kolkata on 21st July, 2014 in association with N.H. Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences. Four doctors from this esteemed medical institute namely Cardiologist, ENT Specialist, Gynaecologist and Child Specialist attended several patients for three hours in the morning and medicines were also provided free of cost.
RHCF participating in a workshop named "A Training Workshop for NGOs’ in Kolkata: Fundraising through Crowd funding and CSR Partnerships" which is arranged by NGOBOX in association with KOLKATA GIVES in June, 2014. It was quite a learning experience and all the NGOs attached with KOLKATA GIVES actively participated as well.
A dental department has been launched in the Jyotish Roy Road Clinic on April, 2014 and the Eye Department has also been improved.