Contrary to popular notion, JNI has more than 52% of its total bed capacity dedicated to the weaker and middle class section of the society. The distribution is as under:
| Sl. No || Category || No. of Beds |
| 1 || Free Ward || 30 |
| 2 || Single Room || 33 |
| 3 || Double Room || 66 |
| 4 || Executive Room Single || 28 |
| 5 || Executive Room Double || 84 |
As we see , the total Number of beds in Room Category is 241 and the bed capacity of Suite Section is 215, As a result, the hospital is accessible across the society, for all sections equally, free from all forms of discrimination. In fact, JNI was created for those who cannot, or will not be able to, bear the burden of the cost of modern medication, wherein the drugs are used as chain requirement. As such, if one considers, all non-infectious chronic, psychosomatic disease are un-met in mainstream treatment regimen. The treatment cost, and the burden of recovery from side-effect, together with other economic factors due to crippling effects of such diseases can be crushingly huge for people of the lower strata of the society . In fact, Dr Sitaram Jindal, the Founder, wanted to create a societal asset and hence placed the Institute under a Trust with a hospital to serve all section of the society without any profit motto. At the same time , it also had a research wing to explore the possibilities of drugless regimen to be developed as a cogent alternative for existing drug oriented medical modality. As a sequel, today, even the poor and the lower middle class have easy accessibility to this hospital.