scan centre and X-ray unit with AERB registration. The average daily Out-Patient Department frequency is 365 and In-Patient Department with an average of is 65 nos. The Hospital caters to the health needs of the community, by conducting periodical surveys and camps. There are 27 Peripheral Health Centres covering the length and breadth of the Kanniyakumari District. Medicines are given at an affordable cost even for the economically deprived society.
The hospital attained NABH certification for the clinical laboratory on April 24th, 2017 and NABH accreditation for the Hospital on January 8th 2018 from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers under the Quality Council of India.
The hospital regularly organizes awareness programmes to the patients and by-standers; conduct extension activities at schools and community to promote safe environments and thereby contribute to welfare of the society. The hospital also conducts camps for supplying preventive medicines as and when required, during epidemics. The hospital conducts regular camps within the premises and also outside the campus on all medically important days throughout the year.