The Sanatorium, which was opened in 1951 with 32 beds, had 200 beds during the year with several ancillary departments, including a dairy and an agricultural farm.
- The 200-bed inpatient department treated 979 cases.
- The attached OPD with allopathic (with several departments), homeopathic and ayurvedic sections treated 34,865 cases, out of which 8304 were TB cases.
- A mobile medical unit, which treated 20,650 cases during the year.
- A homeopathy dispensary (under the Ministry of AYUSH, of India) treated 12,659 patients.
- A free eye camp in which 83 patients underwent cataract surgery.
- A free middle school (Hindi medium) for tribal and backward class children (205 boys and 179 girls were on the roll this year).
- Two units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa with 108 local tribal and backward children.
- A vocational training centre for tribal youths of the surrounding area.
- A library with 4616 books and 36 newspapers and periodicals.
- Religious activities: Daily worship, fortnightly Ramnam Sankirtan, religious discourses and lectures in the ashrama and nearby places, celebration of the birthdays of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda, and religious festivals like Jagaddhatri Puja, etc.
- Welfare work by way of free distribution of food, milk, winter clothes, educational and other aids, etc.