Sree Narayana Health Programme

SNH Programme was inaugurated by Mr. S.Sharma ,Minister for Fisheries & Registration, Govt. of Kerala on 20th September 2008 at SNIMS campus. All patients having Health Card are eligible for 10 to 15% less fee in all labs, pharmacy and in all expenses of the hospital bill. 4000 people have already registered as part of SNH Programme.


How to become a member of SNHP?

A prescribed application form available from office is to be filled in and allow it to be processed. Individual can get the SNHP health card from the office. The card can be used to get free treatment from the hospital for the current year.

Free Medical Camp

The Sree Narayana Hospital, Chalakka, Kunnukara, Ernakulam District organised FREE MEDICAL CAMPS in its Complex. The services of Doctors specialized in different departments of Medicine and Surgery as detailed below are available in this camp.We organise medical camp every month either at SNIMS campus or selected centers of public interest.







General Medicine


Plastic Surgery


Obstetrics & Gynecology


In case further specialized treatment is required, arrangements will be made for the same.

Registration Centres

Sree Narayana Hospital, Chalakka, Kunnukara, Ernakulam Distrct


St. Francis Xavier Church, N. Kuthiyathodu, Ernakulam District.


St.Mary's Church, Cherukadappuram, Kunnukara, Ernakulam District.


Juma Masjid, Chalakka, Kunnukara, Ernakulam District


NSS Local Office, Cheriyathekkanam, Puthenvelikkara, Ernakulam District


Viswakarma Office, Kunnukara, Ernakulam District


Chendamangalam Co-operative Society, Chendamangalam, N. Paravur, Ernakulam District

For further details contact:-

Medical Superintendent


Chalakka, Kunnukara,

Ernakulam District

Kerala, INDIA


Phone : 0091-484-3247509

Fax : 0091-484-2478093

Free Treatment

Those who are socially and financially weak are getting fully free treatment. Free treatment is granted by the Executive Committee from time to time based on the merit of each case.

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