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Background and General Information

Founded on February 5, 1957 with the initial seeds of Nepali Rs.10, CFC has already given service to 3 million patients and annually over 90 thousand patients. CFC serves the marginalized, underprivileged and unreached population of Kathmandu valley. We are funded by grants, awards, nominal donation from patients able to pay and most importantly donations.

The Chhatrapati Free Clinic

The Chhatrapati Free Clinic strives to change the current medical climate in Kathmandu by educating school children on health and sanitation issues. We have pioneered health care for the poor and we have expanded to become a 25 bed hospital, with Nepal’s first ultra modern dental laboratory and dental clinic. We are registered with the Government of Nepal and are also affiliated with Social Welfare Council.
The Council awarded us with the highly prestigious Tulasi Mehar Social Service Award for 1996 in recognition of long and dedicated service to the underprivileged and the needy.
The Chhatrapati Free Clinic strives to change the current medical climate in Kathmandu by educating school children on health and sanitation issues. We have pioneered health care for the poor and we have expanded to become a 25 bed hospital, with Nepal’s first ultra modern dental laboratory and dental clinic.

  • We started our journey in the year 1957.