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“Healthy citizens are an asset to the nation” - Mahatama Gandhi

“If money is lost nothing is lost, If health is lost some thing is lost”

“Healthy soul prevails in healthy body”

All these quotes are good enough to describe the importance of health in human life. The ill health deficits the working ability of the person this results in the slow growth of the nation.  Therefore, good health is given priority by every government at national and international fora. This can be better understood from the national policies of every nation where food security is regarded as the prime responsibility of every government. Thus, the above quote by Mahatama Gandhi seems to be quite relevant in the context of national development.

The government of India is quite concerned towards the better health of its citizens and to achieve this objective various programmes viz., National Rural Health Mission , Aids control programmes, mid-day meal programmes etc, are initiated by government from time to time.

The state of Rajasthan is fortunate that every ruling government gave an equal importance to health development programmes and successfully initiated various programmes started by the government of India.

Health Bodies of Rajasthan


Healthcare in Rajasthan

The major health controlling body in the state is Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare, Government of Rajasthan under which various autonomous health institute operate. The major being State Institute of Health and Family Welfare which implements various health programmes in the state. Apart from this Voluntary Health Association of India also operates its health oriented programmes in the state. VHAI also monitors the progress of various health progammes initiated in the state by the government.

State Institute of Health and Family Welfare

RVHA implemented a programme on Malaria Control, named “Village Contact Campaign” in collaboration with State Malaria Control Society, Rajasthan Health and Family Welfare Department.  The major thrust of the programme is to focus on the most affected 994 villages of Kishanganj of District Baran, Asnavar of Jhalawar District, Dhariyavad of Udaipur District and Pokharan of Jaisalmer District.

At present the major health programme implemented by the government of Rajasthan is National Rural Health Mission which aims at providing better health facilities to the vulnerable section of society in the rural and urban slum areas. State Health Societies are created to fulfill the goal of providing health benefits to the inhabitants under National Rural Health Mission. Rajasthan is one of the specially focused 18 states with weak public health indicators.

Government of Rajasthan has established Rajasthan State Health Society which functions under Department of Health & Family Welfare. National Rural Health Mission is running several schemes like Janani Suraksha Yojna (JSY) for the pregnant women. When the delivery is under society financial aid is provided for pre and post care. The scheme also aims at reducing maternal and infant mortality rate.

The society monitors the Directorate, District Societies, NGOs etc. and keeps a check on the proper management of funds received from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, execution of contracts and monitoring their performance.

Training, meetings, conferences, review of policy, workshops and inter-State exchange visits etc. are organized by Rajasthan Health society to draw inputs by strengthening the execution of NRHM in the State.

Registered office
Directorate of Medical & Health
Swasthya Bhawan, C-Scheme,
Jaipur
Phone: 0141-2222683

Health Schemes of Rajasthan

Health Schemes of Rajasthan

Government has launched several health programmes or schemes over the years to benefit the people of state. A brief about these programmes are given under-

National Malaria control/eradication Programme

NMCP is a central government funded programme which was launched in 1954-55 with only two units at Ajmer and Jaisalmer.  The Government of Rajasthan took NMCP to one step further by launching National Malaria Eradication Programme (NMEP) in 1958. The programme aims at making society free from malaria by the use of insecticides, larvicides and other drugs.

NLEPNational Leprosy control/eradication programme

In 1970-71 National Leprosy control programme (NLCP) was started with complete funding by central government and was extended to NLEP in 1980-81 and State Government co-funded the project.

The leprosy patients are detected and treated, hence limiting disabilities. The leprosy services are integrated with the health care system available. The IEC employs many methods to educate people about health and sanitation.

Rajasthan State AIDS Control SocietyNational AIDS control programme

The World Bank funded the first phase of National AIDS control Programme (NACP) started in 1992-99 which made licensing mandatory for blood banks, STD treatment free of cost and established state AIDS control Society (SACS) in December 1998.

The second stage started through SACS in 1999 and continued till 2004. This stage targets to stabilize HIV/AIDS infection in population, reduce the transmittance of HIV through blood transfusion, to increase awareness among reproductive age group and promote the use of condoms in truck operators, sex workers or migrants.

National AIDS control Organisation (NACO) is supporting SACS in all the ways like funding, technical or managing the resources.

National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB)

This programme was first started in 1976 to reduce blindness, identifying and treating blinds, improving infrastructure facilities and eye care facilities in the state.

National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP)


It was launched in 1999 as a centrally sponsored scheme in 10 districts of Rajasthan. The programme aims at preventing cancer by providing health education, timely detection and diagnosis of cancer and strengthening existing institutions for comprehensive therapy.

National/Revised National TB control Programme (NTCP/RNTCP)

Reduction of TB in community is seen as long term goal of this programme while the short term goals include immunization of infants by BCG dosage, to detect new cases and treat them.

Rajasthan Health System Development Project (RHSDP)


RHSDP works to strengthen 238 secondary level hospitals, improving the quality of health facilities, providing training to working staff, timely availability of medicines and proper disposal of hospital wastes. They have a part of budget allotted to provide medicine to BPL families.

Chief Minister Jeevan Raksha Kosh/Sahayata Kosh (CMJRK/CMSK)

CMJRK committee, Jaipur provides financial assistance to BPL families for treatment of chronic diseases like heart diseases, cancer, kidney problems etc.

Hospitals in Rajasthan

Hospital in Jodhpur

Maintaining a good health is necessary to work efficiently. Rajasthan government has employed many district health care hospitals under its own undertaking and private ownership also. Th important hospitals of Rajasthan are listed below:


Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur
Sector-18, Kumbha Marg, Pratap Nagar,
Jaipur 302033

SMS Medical College & Attached Hospitals, Jaipur
J.L.N. Marg, Jaipur - 302004 Rajasthan – India
Phone: 0141-2560291; 0141-2518222

Mahatma Gandhi Hospital Jodhpur

MG Hospital Rd, Opp.Mehata Medical, Jalori Gate, Ratanada, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001
Phone:0291 263 9851

Jodhpur Medical College Hospital
( A Unit of Jodhpur National University – JNU )
Jhanwar Road,Boranada
Jodhpur (Rajasthan) India
Phone : +918696950950 /8290243333
Fax No: 02931-281416
Mail : info@jodhpurnationaluniversity.com  &  jmch@jodhpurnationaluniversity.com
Website : www.jodhpurmedicalcollegehospital.com

Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital
Hiranmagri Extension, Manwakhera
NH-8 Bypass, Near Eklingpura Chouraha
Udaipur, Rajasthan (India) – 313002
Phone No.: +91-294-2500000-06; 9829666699
Fax No. +91-294-2500007

NIMS University
Shobha Nagar, Jaipur-Delhi Highway (NH-11C),
Jaipur – 303121,
Rajasthan, INDIA
Toll Free: 1800 120 1020

Government Medical College, Kota
Phone: 0744 2470674 (College)
one: Ph0744 2323578 (Hospital)

Rabindranath Tagore Medical College
Near Collectorate, Hospital Rd, Court Chouraha, Madhuban, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001
Phone: 0294 241 8258

Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Ajmer
341, Behind Revenue Board Civil Lines, Ajmer, Mobile No.: 9414008259
Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

SP Medical College Rd, Bikaner
Rajasthan 334003
Phone: 0151 222 6300

Dr. Sampurnanand Medical College
E Rd, Residency Rd, Opposite Petrol Pump, Near Sriram Excellency Hotel, Sindhi Colony, Sector-D, Shastri Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342003
Phone: 0291 243 4377

Jhalawar Medical College

Jhalawar Hospital & Medical College
N.H.-12, Kota Road, Jhalawar (Raj.)
Tel. No. - 07432- 233388 (O)
E-mail - jhalawarmedical@yahoo.com

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Eye Banks in Rajasthan


Eye Banks in Rajasthan

There are 9 Eye Banks and 12 Eye Donation Centers in government undertaking. These Eye Banks are available in 6 Medical Colleges, namely, Bharatpur, Jhalawar, Bhilwara, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Udaipur, Bikaner and Jodhpur. The 12 Eye Donation Center in Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Dausa, Bundi, Sirohi, Pali, Sikar, Churu, Hanumangarh, Tonk, Nagaur are also committed towards serving people to let them see this beautiful world.


Eye Bank Society of Rajasthan
Address: 429, Near Gita Bahwan, 20 Dukan,  Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Phone number: +91-141-2604117

Jain eye charitable Trust
Dhohad Road, Banswara-327001
Phone number: 40425

S.M.S. Medical College

Phone number: 0141 2619020, 0141 2669171

Shri Ram Eye Hospital
Phone number: 0141 607021

Lions eye bank, Udaipur
Phone number: 0294 2524255, 0294 2524256

Sahai Eye Hospital & Research Centre
Tilak Nagar, Jaipur-302004

Pardaya Memorial Hospital
Sanganer Bazar, Jaipur-303902

Rajasthan Eye Hospital
Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur-302003

S.J. Eye Hospital & Ram Rishi Laser Centre
Address :  7th Road, Sardarpura., Jodhpur
Phone :  0291-2613344/2612551/f: 0291-2612247

Veterinary Hospitals in Rajasthan


Veterinary Hospitals in Rajasthan


Animal Hospitals in Jaipur


Western Dog Hospital

105/120, Vijay Path, Mansarover,
Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302020
Phone:093146 56123

Pashu Kalyan Parishad Kendra
Below Pulia, Bagru, Ajmer Road,
Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302006
Phone: 0141 – 2864547

Pashu Hospital
994, Tonk Phatak, Barkat Nagar,
Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302015
Phone: 0141 – 2369427

Pet Aid Dog Clinic and Shop

227, Kalidas Marg, Bani Park, Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016
Phone:094140 79102

Prakrit Bharti Academy

13A, Main Road, Malviyanagar
Jaipur - 302 017, Rajasthan
Phone:0141 252 4827

Animal Shelter

Maharani Farm, Durgapura , Jaipur – 302018
Phone: 0141 – 2760012

Help in Suffering
Maharani Farm, Durgapura
Jaipur - 302015
Phone: Tel: + 91 (141)  2760012 Fax: + 91 (141) 276 1544
Email: office@his-india.in
Fields of activity: Cats; Dogs; Farm Animals; Equines; Animal Transport; No-kill Shelter; Spay/Neuter Program

Jiv Kalyan Parishad Jaipur (SPCA)
C/o Jaipur Decore,A12, Jayanti Market, MI Road
Jaipur - 302 001, Rajasthan
Phone: (0141) 236 1141/265 0338
Fields of activity: Birds; Cats; Dogs; Farm Animals; Animal Transport; No-kill Shelter; Animal Control

Animal Hospitals in Jodhpur


Animals Home Society
Behind Baba Ramdeo Petrol Pump
Soorsagar Road, Jodhpur
Tel : +91 291 2627406, 9352564840

Jodhpur SPCA

'Shradha',1017 Nehru park Road
Jodhpur 302 004, Rajasthan

Marwar Gramin Vikas Samiti - Marwar Trust
Village Bhagtasani, Post Kakelav
Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Shri Ram Kumar Panna Lal Goshala Veterinary Hospital

Mandore Balsamand Road
Jodhpur  342 026, Rajasthan
Tel: + 91 (291) 257 1594


Animal Hospitals in Pali

Shri Bhagwan Mahavir Jain Gaushala Trust
Jaitharan - 306302, District Pali
Phone: (02939) 2225

Shri Pinjarapol Gaushala
63, Dhanmandi
PALI-PIN 306 401, Rajasthan
Tel: + 91 (2932) 26 254/20 175

Voice for Voiceless
126, Adarsh Nagar
PALI-MARWAR 306 401, Rajasthan
Tel: + 91 (2932) 20 175

Animal Hospitals in Udaipur

Pashupati Kalyan Parishad
Village-Balicha, Nat. Hwy No. 8. Behind Chaudhary Petrol Pump
UDAIPUR 313002, Rajasthan
Tel: + 91 (294) 309 4322

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
City Palace
Udaipur - 313001
Phone: (0294) 524073

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