BMVSS has an open-door policy. A disabled person can visit its Jaipur centre (which receives the highest number of patients) at any time of the day or night, without an appointment. At other centres, beneficiaries can also walk in without prior appointment during the designated treatment times.
At its Jaipur and other centres, patients are first admitted and then registered. Outstation patients (along with their attendants) get immediate board and lodge facilities (free of cost) at Jaipur. For the patients, this small change is a great help.
The services are normally provided in one go in one-three days’ time, but in complicated cases, requiring more time, the patients can stay put at the centre at the expense of BMVSS till his / her need is met in accordance with medical advice.
Though limb / caliper fitments are customized services, BMVSS has, to a large extent, introduced the assembly line in many of its processes. This is to cover the largest number of patients in the shortest time. The technical management is undertaken by able and expert professionals.