Regular and integrated medical camps with super specialist doctors from eminent hospitals have benefited more than 40000 people. Women welfare programs are also organised regularly. Regular village medical camps are organised through mobile medical van services with specialist doctors in Patratu (Jharkhand), Angul (Odisha) and Raigarh (Chhattisgarh).
Camps for disabled persons
Special camps are organised for serving and assisting disabled persons of the society. Assistive equipment such as tricycles, wheel-chairs, crutches, hearing aids are distributed in these camps. Persons with cleft lip/palate are identified and referred for surgery at Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
Family Welfare Camps
Population control and family welfare is one of the important aspects of community welfare. JSPL has been organising family planning camps in the region since 1996. This initiative has resulted in bringing couples under family welfare coverage and has ensured better health for the women and also contributed in controlling infant mortality rate in the community.
Cataract and other ophthalmic disorders are very common in the district of Raigarh (Chhattisgarh). Leading surgeons from all over India are invited for conducting cataract and lens implantation surgery. The surgery costing Rs.10,000 is done free of cost in the camp. Cataract operations are conducted for patients annually, free of cost.
Pulse polio vaccination and HIV/AIDS detection camps
These camps are organized every quarter in Raigarh (Chhattisgarh), Patratu (Jharkhand) and Angul (Odisha). Blood samples of all workmen are examined. Suspected cases have been referred to agencies for counselling and further treatment.
Health and hygiene
All employees in the areas of Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha undergo periodic medical examination and regular physical fitness programmes are organised for them. Yoga classes are held for all employees and their family members.