The Christian Hospital was established by a group of Indian Christian Doctors' and other medical and allied personnel, who dedicated themselves to serve the community in a rural area.
The College of Nursing is a Christian Minority College attached to its parent hospital. The ANM school was started in the year 1978 with an annual intake of 10 students. The School of Nursing got affiliated to CMAI in the year 1980. In the year 1987, College of Nursing was started. The College of Nursing offers 50 seats in its 4 year B.Sc Nursing Program. Half of these seats are usually filled through the State Government admission process and half by the management.
The institution is reputed to have high standards in its academic & practice areas. A new academic block has been added with spacious classrooms and upgraded laboratory facilities. The college offers excellent Library facilities and gives its students ample opportunity to develop their extra-curricular talents.       Our Institution also has a Training institute which trains students for certificate course of Medical Lab Technician and X- ray Technician for one year.
Our Institution also has a Training institute which trains students for certificate course of Medical Lab Technician and X- ray Technician for one year.
The Christian Hospital is a 175 bedded hospital situated at Ambilikkai, 7 KM from the nearest town Oddanchatram in Dindigul District, Tamilnadu. It is a secondary level hospital providing general medical facilities and is unique for having specialist cancer and urology services in a rural setup. The staff strength is about 130. The hospital caters mainly to people from the lower and middle socio-economic levels. The aim of the hospital is to demonstrate God's love through quality care in a cost effective manner.
The hospital is situated on the state highway in a 35 acres campus, which houses the Nursing College & Training Institute, Leprosy Rehabilitation workshop, Dairy farm, Student hostels and staff quarters. All these are units of the C.F.C.H. Centre, Society registered in 1972.
Our hospital focusses on rural development by offering health services to the rural poor of the Oddanchatram taluk. It caters to a population of 1,50,000 people from 22 villages. Community health work through 6 mini-health centres is carried out by trained health aid workers, health visitors, B.Sc(N) students and MPHW students.
Our sister institutions are involved in rendering general education to the children and younger adult by providing standard education from two Higher Secondary Schools namely Shanthinikethan & Christian Matriculation School. Also, the sister society runs an Arts & Science College, Polytechnic, I.T.I., & Engineering College.
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