John Abraham and Terrence Lewis to grace the celebrations at Holy Spirit HospitalMumbai, December, 10, 2016:
Holy Spirit Hospital, Andheri is commemorating its Golden Jubilee on January 14th, a 3 day celebratory event that includes an exhibition and visits by celebrity artists is being organised within the hospital premises from December 9 to 11th. Their mission is to provide best health care at affordable cost
to the poor and vulnerable in the society through their motto, “Service in love.”
In order to create public awareness in healthcare, Holy Spirit Hospital hosted this event within their premises. It was attended by well-known dancer, choreographer, Terence Lewis on the first day. On the second day John Abraham was the Chief Guest; during this three day event, an exhibition that depicted the highlights and the services of the various modalities within the hospital was displayed.
A small stall was allotted for various departments like Oncology, Cardiovascular, Physiotherapy and many others, wherein they showcased the services provided by them within the hospital. With the use of models, banners and also by displaying the various machines and the latest technology or equipment available they were able to depict the kind of services that are available with the hospital for the convenience of the patients. On the last day, Shailesh Pasalwar, Senior Inspector
, Andheri will be the guest for the day.
During the three days long event, Students from the Holy Spirit Collage of Nursing had performed for the guests. Dr. Christopher Dsouza, ENT Consultant, Holy Spirit Hospital, conceptualised this 3 day mega event. “Fifty golden years of glorious service to people from all caste and creed irrespective of their economic status. I have been devoted to this hospital since the last 30 years and have noticed that the staff including doctors and nurses have given their best for the betterment of the patients and to the suffering humanity at large, in the pursuit of service to humankind,” adds D’souza.
The revelry for the Golden Jubilee year had begun through free medical check-ups organised across the city along with a Musical night by the doctors. This exhibition is the second last event as part of the celebrations and the last would be a cultural event which will be attended by dignitaries from the political and film world that would take place on the hospital’s 50th anniversary on January 14.