Medical Camps

Getting a new Life

The Medical Camp help me get a normal life.

Medical Camps

Free Medical Camp

Free Medical Camp organized @ Baru Sahib, attended by hundreds of patients for free living in the neighboring villages.

Medical Camps

A Team

Team of best doctors from US, UK and Canada, spend weeks working on complex surgeries selflessly.

Medical Camps


Support Generously


Most of the young children in rural North India have to stay at home due to poverty and lack of educational opportunities around their villages. They indulge in household work or child labor. Your sponsorship could change that. Your donation is tax exempt. The Kalgidhar Society is a registered charitable organization in USA, Canada, UK and India.




How We Do?

Our Medical Infrastructure

Akal Charitable Hospital surprisingly caters to the medical needs of patients covering an area of a radius of 100 Km. This includes Nohradhar, Sangraha, Habban, Rajgarh, Haripurdhar, Chopal, Renuka, Kupvi as well as Jubbal and Kotkhai.

Our Medical Infrastructure

A 280-bed Charitable Hospital at Baru Sahib in Himachal Pradesh, where free of cost healthcare facilities are provided to underprivileged rural and hilly people, virtually at their doorsteps.
 
In addition to the free medical checkups and treatments, dental care, surgical procedures and post-operative medical care, all patients and their accompanying family members receive free accommodations and meals, regardless of religious faith or social status.

Services Provided

The hospital also organizes medical camps four times a year, where in specialists from USA and several states of India volunteer their services.

Services Provided

The patients and their attendants travel to Akal Charitable Hospital by bus, horse or on foot, undertaking quite long and arduous journey on difficult terrains to get rid of deadly diseases completely free of cost, the treatments that would normally cost up to Rs. 1 Lakh in cities.
 
In addition to the free medical checkups and treatments, dental care, surgical procedures and post-operative medical care, all patients and their accompanying family members receive free accommodations and meals, regardless of caste, creed, color, religion and social status.
 
Surgery like Hernia, hysterectomy, Myringoplasty, Cleft lip and cleft palate, skin grafting, contractures following burns, all kinds of general surgeries and orthopaedic surgeries are done free of cost in these camps. Some of these operations would cost more than Rs. 100,000/- if they were performed in any private hospital in a city.

Our Impacts

Changing lives for 3200 Girls

Testimonials / Research

  • We are greatful for the opportunity to have come here and spent 12 days in God’s Country. Beatiful vibrations, great views, excellent hikes, lovely children, generous hosts, good and spiritual discussions, innocent laughter. If heaven is possible in the realm of this world, it is here. To say “Thank You” will be seriously understanding our sentiments. Our vocabulary fails to describe our feelings of gratitude and bliss.
    Dave S. Maan & Rani Maan, Operation Rainbow, Canada, 13767-55A Avenue, Surrey
  • A Divine experience. The inspiration behind this tremendous task shines in every part of this complex. Our prayers are offered to the almighty at this house of the Lord so that his mission is fully accomplished
    Siddharth Chattopadhyaya, IG/Prov. BSF/HO’s, New Delhi
  • What I heard, it is much more than that. This is a place worth visiting and taking a part in this movement. Students of villages are being given Free Education and all other facilities. The Rural School results are highly impressive. Government of India, Indian State Governments & Punjab Chief Minister should adopt this as a Model. Foreign students are happy. Baba Iqbal Singh is a blessed soul. May Satguru give all success to The Kalgidhar Trust!
    Tarlochan Singh MP (RS) , Former Chairman, National Minorities Commission, New Delhi
  • Kalgidhar Society aims to build superior human Character and high moral values as a way to establish permanent world peace.
    KPMG, cutting through complexity