We Believe

Healthcare Wing

Recognizing that health is integral for quality of life, GMRVF works towards providing quality healthcare facilities in areas that do not have them. Through its healthcare institutions and facilities, the Foundation strives to make healthcare both accessible and affordable.

To make quality healthcare more accessible to under-privileged communities, GMR Varalakshmi CARE Hospital has devised a concession policy. A social worker placed at the Hospital interacts with the patients who make an application for concessions for treatment, and makes an assessment based on laid out criteria, as to whether the patient is really needy. Concessions are given based on this.

In addition to these concessions, GMRV CARE Hospital also issues Patient Concession Cards (PCC) to poor families in and around Rajam, based on which free outpatient services and a 20% concession on all Hospital services are provided to the patients. Over the last 7 years, Foundations supported about 35,000 poor patients with concessions.

GMR Varalakshmi CARE Hospitals, Rajam

Started in collaboration with CARE Hospitals, this is a multi-specialty hospital in an under-served area. With 165-beds and state-of-the-art facilities, it caters to people from Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and even parts of Orissa. Equipped with modern operation theatres, concessions are also provided to economically weak sections. Visit Site

Surendra Hospital, Kamalanga

GMRVF has facilitated development of a 30- bed hospital in Kamalanga, Orissa. This is currently operated by Surendra Hospital which brings together a dedicated team of physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide the highest standards of medical treatment. Visit Site


As part of the Silver Jubilee celebrations of GMRVF, GMR Varalakshmi CARE Hospital conducted a free liver diseases camp where patients were seen by Dr.Tom Cherian (internationally renowned liver transplant surgeon). 100 patients were examined and some of them registered for prospective transplantation. The camp was inaugurated by Sri Ratan N Tata who attended the Silver Jubilee valedictory event as the Chief Guest.


Mobile medical units 10.
( Cases per month )


Medical clinics 30.
( Treatments per month )


Public and Community toilets built 28
( No. of users Per day )


Number of Individual Sanitary Lavatories Supported