To bring in awareness and to reach-out to the needy, PYN camp teams moves with entire camping accessories in vans to camp sites, villages in both districts on prefixed days.
Basic screening is done at the camp site by qualified Para medical and eye doctors; necessary primary care is provided at site itself.
Patients needing high end treatment, surgeries are brought in the van to the base Hospital.
They are provided accommodation and food free. Pre-operative investigations, medications, surgery, post-operative medication, protective glasses etc. are provided free and they are dropped back to their villages (camp sites from where they were picked up).
Those who are able to afford a nominal fees, are treated at a subsidized tariff, 20% of the general tariff, those funds generated are used to maintain the Hospital and free services.
Post-surgical follow-ups are aligned with next camp visit dates or they are invited to base hospital or they are directed to nearby Vision Centers. With well spread positive word of mouth, now more and more poor and needy patients reach on their own to the base hospital and get treated free.