Holy Family hospital is among the top best Mumbai hospitals. The hospital has its roots in a 10-bed private nursing home that catered to suburban Bandra in 1942. Over the decades, this nursing home was converted into a general hospital for the community, first administered by the Medical Mission Sisters and then by the Congregation of the Ursuline Sisters of Mary Immaculate.
Constantly raising the bar, we achieved significant milestones in 2002 when we inaugurated the Holy Family Heart Institute and in 2010 with the Hybrid CathLab. With its cutting edge cardiac catheterisation laboratory, MRI, Cardiac CT Scan, CT Scan and other medical facilities, the hospital is a pioneer in cardiac diagnostics, treatment and research.
Holy Family Hospital, Bombay, is a 268-bed public charitable, trust-run hospital and a centre of medical excellence today.
Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai, also has a strong research and teaching culture. Setting the tone for this fine tradition is The Bandra Holy Family Medical Research Society, which was set up in 1987.
While spearheading basic research, clinical drug trials and engaging in Continuing Medical Education, the Medical Research Centre contributes to the efficient delivery of clinical diagnostics, treatment and patient care within the latest guidelines and evidence-based medicine. It also enhances the quality of teaching available to post-graduate students at the hospital.
However, we have never lost sight of our original mission – to serve the needs of a multi-layered community that once had little access to quality healthcare. Just as illness is blind to social and economic considerations, we believe that affordable healthcare is a basic right of everyone.