For many years the BAPS has been actively providing a wide range of medical services to all stratas of society, both in India and abroad. Ranging from the basic to the advanced, through its mobile dispensaries to its well-equipped hospitals and healthcare centres, BAPS serves over 485,000 patients annually. Including preventive and curative treatment, BAPS Medical Services is active in many remote tribal areas and hundreds of villages throughout Gujarat.
At present, BAPS manages 8 charitable hospitals and healthcare centres in Gujarat and Mumbai, with two more under construction. The figures below represent the total number of patients treated at major BAPS hospitals and healthcare centres upto March 2002 from their date of opening:

Major BAPS hospitals
Total number of patients treated
T.M.Vadodariya Hospital, Botad (from April 1992)
Pramukh Swami Eye Hospital, Mumbai (from February 1996)
Pramukh Swami Healthcare & Research Centre, Amdavad (from December 1996)
Pramukh Swami Hospital, Dabhoi (from April 2000)
Pramukh Swami Prathmik Arogya Kendra, Chansad (from September 2000)
Pramukh Swami Hospital, Atladara (from February 2001)
Pramukh Swami Hospital, Bhuj (from February 2001)

Pramukh Swami Mobile Dispensaries - serving tribal areas and villages around Bhuj (from August 1998)

Khed Brahma (From August 1999) 122,560
Pavi Jetpur (From October 1999)   84,927
Dharampur (From November 1999)   77,302
Rajpipla (From June 2000)   38,410
Dang Navsari (From August 2000)   33,397
Devgadh Baria (From September 2000)   73,024
Sankari (From March 2002)     2,732
Bhuj (From February 2001)    27,134

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