Roots of Bajaj Family are in a small town in Rajasthan: CHURU: A town, famous for its extreme temperatures. The old (native) house of Bajaj family was on the verge of collapse and in the years 1981, it was reconstructed in the form of a Community Centre for all citizens of Churu. This building served the citizens of Churu till 2011. This facility was managed under the trust m/s m/s Hiralal Madanlal Bajaj Charity Trust.

In terms of healthcare, agriculture, industry, and other business activities, Churu is yet to get exposed to the basic facilities. The farmers depend mostly on monsoon and sporadic rainfall for their irrigation needs. This has resulted in poverty, irregular and inadequate income. Medical facilities are provided by Government run hospitals. At times these facilities are not very and/or well-staffed, especially for eye care.

Therefore, the Trustees felt that that town needed a medical facility more than a community center. Also, the trustees observed that the number of cataract cases was plentiful in the area. So, keeping this in mind the trustees decided to convert the convention center to an Eye Hospital. A hospital with the most modern Eye Care facility, with minimal workforce of trained doctors and staff, at minimal cost and time.

Keeping in mind the requirements of the area, for Specialty Eye Clinic, the building was renovated, reconstructed and was reborn as a fully modern, completely equipped Eye Hospital. Bajaj Eye Hospital was formally inaugurated on 3rd September 2011.

This hospital is not only serving the small town of Churu but many other villages in the 50 KM range. The nearest facility for such operations is either Sikar (100 Km Away) or Jaipur (200 Km away) and the treatments at these places are costly plus the poor villagers must travel and also have to find a place to stay.

In the last twelve years the hospital has done a check-up of 136, 930 and has successfully carried out 5,280 Cataract surgeries.