The origin of Bhaktivedanta Hospital lies in the vision of a few dedicated doctors. Way back in 1986, immediately after completing their specializations in various medical fields, a dream weaved the association of a few like-minded doctors together. The collective dream was to provide quality healthcare to the medically deprived people at a very affordable cost.
This group of doctors began their endeavor by taking medical camps to various areas in and around Maharashtra to serve the many who had virtually no access to modern medical care.
After years of dedicated service to thousands of patients saw the birth of ‘Sri Chaitanya Clinic’ (also known as Bhaktivedanta Clinic), a small clinic in Mira Road, in a distant suburb of Thane, near Mumbai. Time has seen the 7-bed clinic transform in to a state-of-the-art 150-bed hospital catering to the domestic & international community.
Bhaktivedanta Hospital offers twin advantage of ultra-modern medicine together with the ancient knowledge of different alternative therapies to provide a holistic approach to patient care.
Department of Spiritual Care is fully equipped with counselors and nurses who attend to the mental trauma of patients and their families. Many cases of alcohol & drug abuse have been treated successfully through this department. Treating the mind and the soul along with ailments of the body are integrated to provide complete healing to the patients.
Bhaktivedanta Hospital takes the onus of it being a pillar of the Mira-Bhayandar community with pride. It has initiated various services like the Green Paper forum (aimed at making Mira Road area better through collective participation) as well as many free medical camps.
The hospital is run by the Sri Chaitanya Welfare Charitable Trust under the chairmanship of Mr. Rajeev Srivastava, and a cohesive group of Trustees who provide the required strategy and guidance for growth. Our motto of ‘Serving in Devotion’ is followed in spirit by all the 360 staff and the 100 consulting specialists of the hospital.
The hospital continuously augments its equipment, infrastructure and services to keep pace with the changing times. It has been possible only with the help of philanthropic and committed donors and supporters of Bhaktivedanta, primarily "a-not-for-profit" institution.