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Holy Spirit Hospital

Mahakali Caves Rd, Sher E Punjab Colony, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400093

Holy Spirit Hospital, a Charitable Trust Hospital located at Andheri (E), Mumbai, was established in the year 1967. It is owned and managed by the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit. The Missionary Sisters, Servants of the Holy Spirit is a congregation founded by St. Arnold Janssen in 1889, with the assistance of Sisters Maria Helena Stollenwerk and Josepha Hendrina Stenmanns. From a humble origin in a remote village in Steyl, Holland, the Order has now branched out to over 50 countries with around 3,200 Sisters of 47 nationalities forming a network of over 425 communities. The first group of 4 sisters arrived in India in 1933. Considering the impoverished health condition of the people then, Sr. Carmelann Mckee promptly set up a dispensary in Mumbai, in 1964.

Over the years, the mission continued to expand and the number of ministries grew. The main apostolate of the Sisters is education, health care, socio-pastoral care, defending the rights & dignity of women and children, providing homes for the mentally & physically challenged for the aged and the underprivileged. Starting as an out-patient clinic in 1964, Holy Spirit Hospital turned into a 65-bed hospital in 1967.

Gradually it has transformed into a tertiary care hospital with large spacious outpatient departments and in-patient wards, surrounded by a lush green landscape, conducive to healing. Today our Hospital stands proudly as an upgraded 300-bed multi-specialty-tertiary care hospital catering to comprehensive health care of approximately two million people. In Mumbai, where quality healthcare is only available at a premium, our hospital offers state-of-the-art and up-to-date facilities at unbelievably subsidized rates. We incessantly strive to bring quality medical care within the reach of the common people.

Our clientele comprises 10% of patients who are marginalized getting free treatment, 70% belonging to the low-income group, treated at a concessional rate and only 20% constitutes paying patients. We are deeply committed to our vision, mission, and motto. Spreading the healing love of God to all without any distinction of caste, creed, religion, or economic status. We are grateful to donors from India and abroad for their generous contributions towards translating our dream into a reality. Also, we are obliged to honorable Sisters, Doctors, Staff, Clients, Government authorities, and well-wishers who have enabled the hospital to maintain its commitment to provide quality medical service to the common people.