- A mobile van was donated by Shree Jai Narain Charitable Trust, Kanpur as first mobile clinic of Nyas. It was inaugurated on 20th September, 1994 in the presence of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Honorable Governor Shri Motilal Vohra.
- From next day, that is Sept. 21, 1994, the Mobile Clinic and Outdoor Medical Service was started in urban slums to do Health checkup and Health Education.
- More than 8000 patients were referred to tertiary care centers and their proper treatment was ensured
- A meeting of clinicians organized under the banner of National Medicos organization (NMO) on the topic of Health Education Training under the chairmanship of Dr. Janardan Thakur, National Vice-President, NMO
- A booklet on Detection and Treatment of Plague was published and distributed by the young Doctors of Swastha Sewa Prakalp. The book was both in Hindi and English languages.
- Mobile outdoor clinic benefited 9453 patients in urban slums
- 10,000 children were immunized for polio in 18 centers of Rajajeepuram, Lucknow
- Blood Group Identification and Blood Donation Camp was organised
- 12 clinicians of our prakalp undertook health check up of 2000 patients in a camp organised by Sewa Bharti of Sitapur Distt., UP
- In a Free Eye Treatment Camp in Lucknow from 11 to 20 December, 1995, 250 checkups were done for eye-ailments and 77 operations of cataract were performed.
- Varsh Pratipada (New Year) celebrations was addressed by “Bhaijee” in Medical College, Lucknow.
- Mobile outdoor clinic benefited 12,400 patients in urban slums.
- Health Seminar on the topic “Clinician and Society” was held on 28 April 96 at Lucknow Medical College.
- Blood Group Identification and Blood Donation Camp was undertaken at 6 places with 410 registered cases.
- 12,000 children were immunized for polio in Lucknow.
- In February 97 during Collective Marriage Ceremony organized by Kalyan Mandapam, health check up undertaken by Nyas clinicians.
- A Free Eye Treatment Camp was organized at Bakshi Ka Talab from 13 to 20 February 1997 : 294 checkups and 92 operations of cataract were performed. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Shri Laljee Tandon visited the camp. CMO Lucknow declared the camp as the best Eye Camp. An Observatory team of World Bank highly appreciated the camp.
- On 6 April 1997, 22 young clinicians of the Nyas undertook health check ups of 5000 patients in the camp of Sewa Bharti, Sitapur, UP. Prof PK Mishra (Prinicipal KGMU), Prof NC Mishra and Prof Harish Chandra also participated in the camp.
- A camp for chest diseases and bronchitis was organized in backward areas of Akilapur and rural area of Mall, Lucknow. Around 895 patients were benefited in two areas. People were also educated on harmful effects of smoking.
- A twice a week Health Service Centre was inaugurated in Amebedkar Nagar Distt. in the presence of Shri Brahmdev Sharma “Bhaijee” and Shri Ramapati Shastri, Health Minister.
- 6 gynecologists and 4 pediatricians participated in a Free Maternal-Childcare Health Camp held in Bataha Saboli, Akilapur, UP. Around 200 children and 50 women were examined and given treatment and medicines were distributed. Women were informed about benefits of small family and health care of children. In the camp, 45 children were given vaccination.
- Health care was provided to participants in Rashtria Sewika Samiti training camp held in June 97 at Nirala Nagar, Lucknow.
- Health Care Centers were run in 34 urban slums under UBSP program of District Urban Development Authority (DUDA). Under the scheme, doctors made a weekly visit to all the slums, did the checkups and distributed medicines.
- On 23rd November 1997, health care was provided at 11 centers on the route of 45,000 swayamsewaks of RSS taking part in a Route-March. 11 mobile clinics were equipped with all facilities and supervised by two senior physicians.
- A Free Eye-Checkup Camp was organized at Bakshi Ka Talab from 20 – 28 January 1998. 258 checkups were done and 69 operations of cataract were performed by team led by a specialist doctor, Prof Ram Kapur.
- A Health Checkup Van was donated by Pandit Kashinath, grand son of Pandit Radhe Shyam on 12th April, 1998 in the presence of Shri Mohan Bhagwat, of RSS and Santosh Gangwar, MP. It was the second mobile clinic of Nyas.
- 28 specialist clinicians participated in Free Health Checkup and Treatment Camp organized by Nyas in collaboration with VHP at Sudarshanpuri sewa slum on 21st June 1998. 1000 patients were provided treatment in the camp and medicines were distributed to the needy.
- Nyas attached clinicians and workers who participated in polio eradication drive launched by the government.
- On 6th September 1998, clinicians of Nyas participated in Free Health Checkup Camp organised in Sitapur Distt by Sewa Vibhag of RSS. Around 10000 patients were treated and distribution of medicines was also done.
- In May 1998, an annual training camp was organised by RSS (Avadh Prant). All the arrangements for health check ups, treatment and medicines were done by the Nyas. A mobile clinic was also set up for the Route March during the camp.
- 25 specialist clinicians under the guidance of Nyas participated in the Free Health Checkup and Treatment Camp organized by VHP at Paper Mill Colony slum on 6th July 1998. Around 800 patients were provided treatment and medicines in the camp.
- On 25th September 1998, the birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, a Mobile Health Checkup Van equipped with all facilities was dedicated to the Nyas at sewa basti, Rahim Nagar, Lucknow. Shri Jai Gopaljee, Shri Om Prakashjee, Shri Dineshjee, Bhaiji, Shri Ramapati Shastri ji, and Shri Laljee Tandon attended the ceremony. It was also attended by Director, State Urban Development Authority (SUDA), Mr. SN Jha. In the function, SUDA sponsored Non-Formal Education and Health Centre Operation related Program was also inaugurated.
- Clinical team of Nyas looked after the treatment needs of the participants of a sport meet on 29-31 November in Lucknow organised by Vidya Bharati.
- State Urban Development Authority (SUDA), organized free health camps for diagnosis and treatment of poor in 50 slums of Lucknow on 1st January, 1999. Doctors arranged by the Nyas provided the clinical input in these camps.
- A camp was organized at three centers of Bakshi Ka Talab, Itaunja and Kumahrwa from 27th January till 6th February 1998 for the free treatment clinics for eye ailments: 850 checkups and 189 operations of cataract performed by team led by doctors attached with the Nyas. Patients were also provided food, lodging and spectacles free of cost. Cabinet ministers Shri Om Prakash Singh, Dr. Shivakant Oza, Shri Devendra Singh Bhole, and Shri Baleshwar Tyagi attended the camp and provided the encouragement.
- From 1st January 1999, Free Health Camps were held in 59 urban slums of Lucknow. Both DUDA & SUDA sponsored the program. A total of 61689 patients from 34 slum colonies sponsored by DUDA and 39521 patients from 25 slum colonies sponsored by SUDA got benefited.
- Swasthya Sewa Prakalp of Bhaurao Deoras Seva Nyas in 2000, organised Free Health Camps in 85 urban slums of Lucknow. Both DUDA & SUDA sponsored the program. 35 slum colonies were sponsored by DUDA and 50 slum colonies were sponsored by SUDA. Three mobile vans were used and each colony was visited once a week at a stipulated time and free distribution of medicines takes place. 10 doctors, 10 compounders and 10 helpers were giving their services in those camps.
- Nyas attached clinicians and workers who participated in polio eradication drive launched by the government in 6 stages. The Nyas participated actively in it at all the allotted booths and at 114 booths, the total number of children benefited were 29801.
- Lakshman Mela 2000 : Swasthya Sewa Prakalp of Bhaurao Deoras Seva Nyas had a stall in this Fair where the visitors were provided the facility of Primary Health Care. During the fair, Nyas also provided free literature about the activities of Nyas.
- Camps for Physically Handicapped : Nyas has organized 2 camps during year 1999-2000. In the first camp organized on 26th January 1999, with the help of National handicapped institute, Kolkotta, the Nyas distributed 55 tricycles, 15 wheel chairs, 57 crutches, and 20 calipers among the handicapped persons. Mrs Maneka Gandhi, Union Cabinet Minister, the chief guest, was highly appreciative and encouraging. The effort was coordinated by Shri Rajnath Singh, MP, and was attended by Shri Harish Chandra Srivastav, Minister, Social Welfare, and Shri Ramapati Shashtri, Minister, Health and Medical.
- Second camp was organized on 16th February 2000 with the help of Artificial Limb and Metallic Prosthate Company (ALIMPCO), Kanpur. 24 tricycles, 5 wheel chairs, and 34 crutches were distributed among handicapped persons. Professor Rajendra Singh, Sar Sanghchalak, RSS was the Chief Guest and Shri Kalraj Mishr, Smt Premlata Katiyar and Shri Ramapati Shashtri, Minister of Health and Medical attended the camp.
- Free Eye Care Camp : A camp was organized at three centers of Bakshi Ka Talab, Itaunja and Kumahrwa from 1st March till 9th March 1998 for the free treatment clinics for eye ailments: 850 checkups were done by a team led by doctors attached to Nyas. 189 operations of cataract were performed by a team of expert doctors of KGMU. Patients were also provided free food, lodging and spectacles. Shri Ramapati Shashtri, Cabinet Minister of Health and Medical attended the camp and provided the encouragement.
- Inauguration of Patient Care Center : As per the guidance of the trustees, it was decided to start a Patient Care Center in the memory of late Shri Madhav Rao Dewede
- Patient care Center: Trustees in their meeting decided to start a Patient Care Center to commemorate the memory of late Shri Madhav Rao Dewde, a senior and revered Pracharak of Rashtri Swayamsewak Sangh. For this on 16th February 2000, Patient Care Center was inaugurated in C-91 Nirala Nagar by Shri Suresh Rao Ketkar, Sah Sarkaryawah in the presence of Chief guest, Shri Om Prakash Singh, UP Minister. Lucknow wing of NMO helped in the foundation of this Centre. The patients at the centre are treated with Allopathy, Homeopathy and Ayurveda system of treatment.
- Seminar of medical fraternity to Honour Prof. Mahendra Bhandari: Bhaurao Deoras Seva Nyas had organized a seminar to honour Prof Mahendra Bhandari, conferred Padmshri by the President of India. He was honoured for his invaluable contributions to the field of medical health care, education and research. Prof Bhandari has revolutionized the field of kidney transplantation in India and contributed significantly in the efforts to establish the cadaver organ transplant program in this country. Professor Bhandari delivered an oration on “Medical Fraternity, Society and Movement”. Shri Laljee Tandon, UP Minister, Dr. Devendra Pratap Singh, Vice Chancellor of Lucknow University, Dr Vinay Mishr, Dr. Sudhanshu, and Dr. SC Rai graced the function. The programme was convened by spokesman of Lucknow Medical College Dr. Suryakant.