Narayan Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) got the approval to start MBBS course from 2008-09 academic year. After recommendation by the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare approved MBBS program for 100 seats, which has been now increased to 150 Seats from the year 2018 after recommendation by the Medical Council of India (MCI) to the Central Government. NMCH will always strive to scale new parameters in the field of health education and research. The beginning has been made over 25 acre of land that houses the Medical College building and a 650 beded hospital which offers the best medical care and attention to each and every category of patients and provides the world class health care services by experienced doctors and health professionals.
Lt. Deo Narayan Singh and Lt. Mangla Devi Parents of Sri Gopal Narayan Singh had a dream for a hospital in their village to take care of badly needed health needs of deprived people of Rohtas District of Bihar. Keeping their dream in mind Shri Gopal Narayan Singh formed a trust by the name of Deo Mangal Memorial Trust. Under his guidance the Trust open a charitable hospital by the name of Narayan Chkitsalaya with the sole aim of catering to health care need of poorest section of the society. The hospital has catchment area of Rohtas, Kaimur, Aurangabad and Bhojpur in Bihar and Garwah and Palamu in Jharkhand.