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ST. Philomena's Hospital

Name : ST. Philomena's Hospital
Address : No.1, Mother Theresa Road
    Viveknagar P.O
Town : Bangalore
State : Karnataka
Country : India
Post Code : 560 047
Phone : 080 25303129
Web URL : Available
Email : info@stphilomenashospital.org
Specialization
  • Cardiology
  • Daibetes, Endocrinology
  • Dentistry
  • Dermatology
  • ENT
  • Gastro-enterology
  • General Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Neuro Surgeon
  • Neurologist
  • Obestetrician/Gynecologist
  • Oncologist
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics
  • Paediatrics
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Psychiatrist
  • Urology
Facilities
Total Number of Beds : - 375
 
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St. Stephen's Hospital   St. Stephen's Hospital
St. Stephen's Hospital Marg
Tis Hazari
Delhi, Delhi (India)
Phone 91 11 23966021
Email mail@ststephenshospital.org
Web URL Available
    Description
We are the Sisters of the Society of Jesus Mary Joseph, a Congregation founded by Rev.Fr.Mathias Wolff S.J with the charism of liberation of the oppressed with the spirit of an “Ever Adaptable Apostolic Availability” which dispose us to dedicate ourselves to education, health care, social and pastoral ministries in accordance with the signs of the times.

** Mission **
Call to Healing ministry is a unique gift of God, the Divine Healer, to devote oneself with profound understanding and compassion, rendering loving service, selflessly and efficiently in mending the fragmentation of human personalities. The service to the sick and helpless demands an extra-ordinary degree of dedication, sincerity and commitment. Like Jesus we have been anointed by the Spirit, to be Eucharistic and Prophetic in our healing ministry. This is manifested by our sensitivity and determination to alleviate the pain and agony in compassionate love for the suffering.

Healing is a radical rebuilding of the total person. Understanding the importance of holistic health we need to pay attention to the physical, psychological, social and spiritual health of the person. Our urge to carry on and to prepare others to participate in the healing ministry of Jesus, has inspired us to train doctors and nurses in our institutions with greater commitment and zeal. Realizing our great responsibility to be credible witnesses of God’s love, we try to improve our ways of serving the sick and the suffering.

** Vision **
JMJ sisters, reawakened, renewed and revitalized by the Eucharistic Lord in total openness to God’s will launch out into new ventures with prophetic courage and holiness to build the Kingdom of God through an “Ever Adaptable Apostolic Availability” and rededicate themselves to lead all sections of people towards fullness of life in Christ Jesus.

To be impassioned in God is to be impassioned for people. Thus led by the Spirit we live the motto, “With the Lord of the World for the World of the Lord” creating a large family of God.

with Jesus, the divine healer as our model, we advance and strengthen the healing ministry of the Society of Jesus Mary Joseph, by providing comprehensive,spiritually centered, committed to quality and cost-effective health care that improves the health of the people and nurtures life in all its fullness.
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