Founded in 1896, Christian Hospital Mungeli (CHM) is a 120-bed hospital which provides a broad spectrum of modern medical services to the people of Mungeli, Chhattisgarh, and the surrounding districts. Chhattisgarh state’s first low-cost Cancer unit  utilizing BHABHATRON-II , a Cobalt-60 radiation machine, has been fully functional since June 2016 and providing cancer treatment with Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy . CHM also operates a nursing school and administers the 950-student Rambo Memorial English Medium School.

Christian Hospital Mungeli is owned and operated by the Church of North India’s Eastern Regional Board of Health Services.

Mission Statement: The whole community of Christian Hospital Mungeli is committed to providing holistic healthcare through excellent services, quality care and respectful treatment in which the spirituality of each person is honored. No patient will be refused. All patients will be treated regardless of what religion they belong to, and the hospital will always strive to provide the best of services at the least minimal cost, always being aware to serve the marginalized and needy.

In 2021, Christian Hospital Mungeli is proud to announce the newest chapter of its life and operations.

Dr. Priyamvada Singh and Dr. Sapan Kumar
and their letter of greetings to you all!

Greetings to you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Belated Easter wishes.

We are privileged to join Christian Hospital Mungeli from 1st April 2021. I, Dr. Priyamvada Singh (37 years), have been working with the Eastern Regional Board of Health Services since I graduated from Christian Medical College and Hospital Ludhiana from where I’ve also completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynecology and a Masters in Obstetrics and Gynecology. I come from a family of missionary doctors. My maternal grandfather, the late Dr. Premdaan Singh, served as an Ophthalmologist at Christian Hospital Mungeli and my parents were also dedicated Christian Missionary doctors who served in rural mission hospitals in India for their entire lives. My husband, Dr. Sapan Kumar (35 years), is a graduate and post-graduate (MD Pulmonary Medicine) from both Christian Medical College and Hospital Vellore. He has worked with the Mennonite Medical Board at Dhamtari Christian Hospital, Chhattisgarh until one year ago when he joined the Eastern regional Board of Health Services at Khariar, Orissa. We both belong to Chhattisgarh.

We have joined you Mungeli because we consider it a calling from God, and we see great potential in this place. Although it’s a big challenge for us, we promise to give our best. Please keep us in your prayers.

Yours Faithfully
Dr. Priyamvada Singh MD
Dr .Sapan kumar MD
Christian Hospital Mungeli