MISSION & VISION
Identity and Philosophy
Kurji Holy Family Hospital was founded by the Medical Mission Sisters (MMS),a group of women religious in the catholic church, through the inspiration of their founder Mother (Dr.) Anna Dengel who first came to Padri Ki-Haweli, Patna City in 1939 and it functioned there till 1958. It was shifted to Kurji and formally inaugurated on November 19, 1958 by His Excellency Dr. Zakir Hussain, President of India.
As the years went by, MMS needed other like minded religious groups to continue the healing ministry of Kurji Holy Family Hospital. Thus, in the year 2000 it became a joint venture in which the MMS and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (SCN) came together to further its mission of healing. This mission is continued with several women religious groups, the Jesuits of Patna and the dedicated staff of the hospital.
Alert and responsive to the signs of the times, the hospital endeavors to respond to the various health needs of the community. The dignity of the human person supersedes all other considerations and there is no discrimination of class, caste, gender or religion. To provide compassionate, quality health care at a low cost is the aim, and the hospital puts all its resources- human, material and spiritual- at the service of the sick and for promotion of health and wellbeing.
VISION OF KHFH
"Drawn By God , Partnering In Mission Toward Fullness Of Health And Empowerment Of All"
MISSION STATEMENT : The mission of Kurji Holy Family Hospital is to give witness to God’s love, bringing healing and wholeness by compassionate, quality healthcare to the sick, the poor, the marginalized, women and children through a holistic approach irrespective of caste, class, creed and gender by working towards an ecological balance, empowerment of people and justice in the Healthcare system, and committed to impart quality education and promotion of wholesome values.