Bahmni has been implemented in numerous hospitals in India and in other countries. Currently, over 25 implementations are in progress across different parts of the world including Armenia, Georgia, Sierra Leone and Kazakhstan.


  1. Jan Swasthya Sahyog | Bilaspur, India
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  2. Society for Education, Action and Research in Community Health | Gadchiroli, India
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  3. Lok Biradari Prakalp | Gadchiroli, India
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  4. Bayalpata Govt. Hospital, Possible Health | Achham, Nepal
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  5. Dholaka Govt. Hospital, Possible Health | Charikot, Nepal
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  6. Kaliganj Upazilla Hospital | Kaliganj, Bangladesh
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  7. Gazipur District Hospital | Gazipur, Bangladesh
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  8. Ashwini Gudalur Adivasi Hospital | Gudalur, India
    Implemented by: ThoughtWorks
  9. Wellbody Alliance Clinic | Kono, Sierra Leone
    Implemented by: Partners In Health
  10. Cure Uganda | Mbale, Uganda
    Implemented by: Logiic
  11. Indus Hospital | Karachi, Pakistan  - endTB Project
    Implemented by: Interactive Health Solutions

  12. IRD Bangladesh | Dhaka, Bangladesh - endTB Project
    Implemented by: Interactive Health Solutions

  13. RS Islam Jakarta Cempaka Putih | Jakarta, Indonesia endTB Project
    Implemented by: Interactive Health Solutions

  14. IRD South Africa | Durban, South Africa - endTB Project
    Implemented by: Interactive Health Solutions

  15. Daru General Hospital (DGH) | Daru, Papua New Guinea
    Implemented by: Interactive Health Solutions

In addition to the implementations we are aware of, we encourage the members of the community to implement the EMR independently.

MSF and End-TB

Jan Swasthya Sahyog

"There are many criticisms of technology, indicating that it can take away the human element of health care. ThoughtWorks has shown us how technology can help, and still remain very human".
- Dr. Yogesh Jain, JSS

Implemented in May-2013

Jan Swasthya Sahyog (JSS) is a voluntary, non-profit, registered society of health professionals running a low-cost health program in the rural areas of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India. Read more on Bahmni & JSS here. 

Possible Health

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"You can't do surgery without a scalpel; you can't do healthcare in the 21st Century without digital systems. Bahmni is the best out there, designed with and for frontline healthcare workers, logisticians, and managers delivering high quality healthcare in challenging environments. Bahmni is not the global standard for quality, affordable digital healthcare systems -- it is defining that very standard."
- Duncan Maru - Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Possible Health, Nepal

Implemented in Nov 2014

Bahmni was implemented at Bayalpata Hospital in Nepal. Read more on Bahmni & Possible Health  here.

Ministry of Health, Bangladesh

“The successful launch of life-time health records in Kaliganj Upazila of Gazipur district is a milestone for health service industry in Bangladesh. The partnership with ThoughtWorks and UKAID is enabling our vision to scale the shared health record platform nationally."
- Professor Azad, ADG (Administration) and Dir. (MIS) for DGHS

Implemented in 2015-2016

In order to advance universal health coverage, the Directorate General of Health Services (Bangladesh) piloted Bahmni as the clinical system in sub-district and district level hospitals, and integrated it with a national Shared Health Record (SHR) developed by ThoughtWorks.

Read more about Bahmni and the DGHS here.