TLM Barabanki Hospital

Uttar Pradesh

TLM Barabanki Hospital


TLM Barabanki Hospital was established in the year 1961.

The Mission to Lepers (now, The Leprosy Mission Trust India) started work among people affected by leprosy in Barabanki, in 1958, as a weekly roadside clinic run by its Faizabad hospital. Dr Frances Bramwell, Dr Chandy and Dr G.S. Partick, working in TLM Faizabad Hospital pioneered these clinics. In 1961, it became a full-fledged hospital, and in 1978, it became a separate, independent hospital.

The facilities provided by the hospital include out-patient and in-patient services, laboratory service, ECG service, X-ray service, counselling, pharmacy and MCR protective footwear.


The hospital offers healthcare services and treatments for the following medical specialties:

  • Leprosy Treatment and Management
  • Dermatology
  • General Medicine
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Counselling Therapy
  • Dentistry


Outpatient Care

  • 100,074 OPD consultations provided, with 11% for leprosy.

Inpatient Care

The hospital has a 15-bedded (10 for leprosy and 5 for general) inpatient wing and provides best inpatient facility with 24-hour nursing care and latest equipment.

  • 249 patients admitted, of which 27% were leprosy patients.
  • 1,606 bed days utilised, of which 43% were for leprosy


  • 23 rehabilitation surgeries done.
  • 107 general surgery done.

Support services (lab tests; X-ray, ECG, counselling)

  • 56,685 lab tests, including 2,241 skin smear examinations and 54,444 other tests done.
  • 8 X-ray imaging and 30 ECG done.
  • 1,670 patients counselled.

Prevention of impairment and disability (POID) in leprosy

The hospital provides patient education, physiotherapy, pre-fabricated splints, MCR protective footwear, etc, to leprosy patients to prevent impairment and disability.

  • 33 leprosy patients diagnosed with reaction/neuritis given inpatient treatment.
  • 25 leprosy patients admitted for ulcer management, and 22 ulcer debridement procedures done.
  • 224 pairs of MCR protective footwear manufactured and supplied to hospital patients.

Community Outreach

The hospital has a community outreach programme in schools and tribal villages. This is done through networking with the government and other NGOs. The hospital supports people affected by leprosy and members of marginalised communities and tribals in accessing government social welfare schemes for education, economic development, healthcare, housing, insurance, livelihood pension, etc.

A total of 1,106 patients were seen through hospital outreach activities

Contact Details

Mr Timothy Maximus,
Medical Superintendent
TLM Hospital
P.O. Barabanki
Barabanki district
Uttar Pradesh – 225 001


Phone: +91 5248 222544/228154/229154

How to Get There

By Air: The nearest airport is Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (in Lucknow), 53 km from the hospital.

By Train: The nearest railway station is Lucknow Junction railway station/ Barabanki Junction