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Medical Sisters of St. Joseph (Dharmagiri) is a Religious Congregation dedicated to St. Joseph, started in the year 1944 October 31st by Servant of God Rev. Msgr. Joseph C Panjikaran. On 19th February 1990 the Congregation was raised to the status of a Pontifical Congregation and on 5th August 1994 the Congregation was divided into four Provinces for administrative effectiveness. This Congregation is the fruit of the deep- God experience and the merciful love of our Founder. The aim of the Congregation is to provide total healthcare effectively and efficiently through its dedicated members, without any discrimination of caste, creed, sex or age in society.

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Aims & Objectives

  • To provide “a home away from home” for the aged, the infirm, and the disease- stricken, aged 40 years and above, both male and female.
  • To provide care to the physically and mentally challenged people.
  • To provide a place of stay for such people, who desire to spend the rest of their lives with the centre for any reason.
  • To provide food and accommodation for such people, who want to spent short holidays here.
  • To provide them rest, assistance, spiritual relief and protection in a serene and blessed atmosphere.
  • To provide care to the aged without discrimination of caste, creed or sex.
  • To provide care to the physically and mentally challenged people.
  • To provide geriatric service for the aged.
  • To extend charitable help, to deserving people as and when found necessary.
  • To associate with charitable or voluntary agencies, students, and youth to carry out projects that are beneficial to people.

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