JKC Barsana periodically holds Blood Donation Camps and Cataract Workshops. Senior doctors are invited from outside during these camps.
Since its inception in 2007, JKC Barsana has been holding Blood Donation Camps once or twice every year. The Blood Donation Camp is held in association with the District Hospital of Mathura. Typically these camps are held in January and July. During these months many followers of Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj from within India and abroad come to JKP Rangeeli Mahal ashram to celebrate the festive season. These devotees participate in these camps very enthusiastically and donate their blood that goes to the local blood bank at District Hospital, Mathura.
Until 2015, JKC Barsana used to hold cataract workshops once or twice every year. The Eye Department of JKC Barsana was shifted to JKC Vrindavan in September 2015. These Cataract Workshops were organized in association with Tilganga Eye Centre – Nepal. Over thousand eye patients were examined and treated in these 3-day workshops. The cataract surgeries were performed Dr. Govind Paudyal of Tilganga Eye Center (who is also a devotee of Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj) and in-house Eye surgeon, Dr. Sandhya Swami.
The workshop included free vision testing and cataract removal surgeries where high quality intra-ocular lens implantation was done free of charge. A follow-up consultation was done by Dr. Sandhya Swami where all the operated patients were provided with eyesight testing and spectacles.
Apart from the medical camps, JKC Barsana also participates in National Programmes such as -
Mother Child Welfare Centre
This is a vaccination programme where mother and child get vaccinated against six fatal diseases like diphtheria, tetanus, polio, pertussis, tuberculosis, and measles.
Polio Vaccination Booth
JKC Barsana holds Polio-Vaccination Booth as per the dates of the National Programme and encourages its patients to get their children to the booth for the polio-vaccination drop.
JKC Barsana is a District Microscopic Centre (DMC) under RNTCP. It administers DOTS (Direct Observed Treatment) to all tuberculosis patients where the patients are given their daily dosage of T.B. medication. The aim of DOTS programme is to eradicate T.B. and thus it helps patients fighting with T.B. by ensuring that they take their medications regularly.