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Spirit Hospital imbued with God's love, envision to contribute substantially towards curative, preventive and promotive health care through our ministry of healing. We consider it as our sacred duty to make health care available to All, irrespective of caste, colour, or creed at a reasonable cost.

Inspired by the life giving Spirit of God, our mission at Holy Spirit Hospital is to respect life, through person oriented quality Health-care for ALL in loving service.

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 46 countries with around 3,700 Sisters of 40 nationalities forming a network of over 400 communities. The first group of 4 sisters arrived in India in 1933. Seeing the health condition of the people Sr. Carmelann Mckee promptly set up a dispensary, in Mumbai in 1964. Down the years, the mission continued to expand and the number of ministries grew. The Sisters gradually moved Eastwards to Orissa, then South and later on the North East, in all spreading over 15 states of India

As Missionaries, there is a constant endeavour to build up basic human communities, work for social justice and peace, and defend the rights and dignity of women. The main apostolates of the Sisters in India are Education, Health care and Socio-pastoral care, especially for the marginalized, women and children. The Sisters are also involved in youth ministries, run hostels for students, family apostolates, homes for the mentally and physically challenged as well as homes for the aged. The motto in all these activities is “Service in Love” as Servants of the Holy Spirit of Divine Love.

Taking into consideration the socio-economic and cultural characteristics of our clientele, 10% of our patients are slum dwellers who are given free treatment, 70% belong to the low-income group and are treated at a concessional rate, and only 20% are really paying patients. It is highly commendable that, in this city of Mumbai with over 12 million people, considered by many as the business capital of India, where quality healthcare is only available at a hefty price, this hospital offers state-of-the-art and up-to-date facilities at unbelievably subsidized rates.

But what makes Holy Spirit Hospital truly unique is its attitude to the patient. It is deeply committed to its motto: “Service in Love”. We spread the healing love of God to all without any distinction of caste, creed, religion or economic status. Right from its inception in 1967, the Sisters have worked tirelessly with one goal in mind: to bring quality medical care within reach of the common people.

We are indebted to our pioneers who through their hard work and enduring spirit have been instrumental in the development of the hospital. The hospital is grateful to its many donors from India and abroad for their generous contributions towards translating our dream into a reality. They have played a vital role in enabling the hospital to maintain its commitment to the common people.

History

Holy Spirit Hospital is a Charitable Trust Hospital located in Andheri (E), Mumbai, owned and managed by the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit. From a very humble beginning, starting as an Out-Patient Clinic in 1964, gradually developed into a 65-bed hospital in 1967. Today Holy Spirit Hospital stands proudly as a modern, 350-bed multi-specialty Hospital catering to the comprehensive health care of approximately 2 million people.

Sr. Carmelann Mckee SSpS, Foundress of the Hospital 1967 - 1970

                 Sr. Carmelann Mckee SSpS, Foundress of the Hospital 1967 - 1970

Sr. Willibrord SSpS, 1970 - 1987

          Sr. Willibrord SSpS, 1970 - 1987

Sr. Aliciann SSpS, 1987 - 1993

           Sr. Aliciann SSpS, 1987 - 1993

Sr.Berndetta SSpS, 1993 - 2001

           Sr.Berndetta SSpS, 1993 - 2001

Sr. Lissy SSpS, 2001-

                    Sr. Lissy SSpS, 2001-