Mobile Health Services (MHS) tackles barriers rural people face accessing primary healthcare. HMRI deploys mobile health units – vans equipped with technology, medical devices, and medicine and health workers – to villages where public health system is not accessible. MHS primarily focuses on chronic diseases, maternal and child health and minor ailments by providing:

Screening and referrals
Patient education
Monitoring and follow up
Electronic health records

Mobile Health Services aims to extend the services of the public health system by using public health resources, where possible, to screen, refer, mobilize and follow up with all people at risk for chronic diseases and those requiring maternal and child health services. This helps to redirect patient flow and quality at public health facilities. Mobile Health Services creates and fortifies linkages among the public health system.

HMRI run's four fleets of mobile health units in partnership with state governments and NGO:

Sanjeevani - Village Health Outreach Programme in Odisha(October 2012 – present)
Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Mobile Medical Vahan in Rajasthan ( (July 2012 – present)
Sanjeevani in Assam (February 2011 – present)
104 Mobile in Andhra Pradesh (August 2008 – December 2010) (After successfully establishing operations, HMRI transitioned 104 Mobile to district administration.)

HMRI is also involved in implementing CSR activities of Companies, these include Piramal Arogyaseva in Medak(AP) for Piramal Healthcare and Clinic on Wheels programme for Mahanadi Coalfields in Jharsuguda( Odisha).

Together these programs have severed more than 27 million visits, benefiting more than 13 million people.