• About Father Muller Charitable Institutions

    Father Muller Charitable Institutions (FMCI) is an organisation established in 1880 which regulates the religious minority educational and medical institutions founded by Father Augustus Muller. The FMCI is run by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mangalore. Its president is the Bishop of Mangalore, Rev. Dr. Aloysius Paul D'Souza Father Muller Charitable Institutions have been touching the lives of thousands of people for the last 135 long years. The institution founded by Father Augustus Muller in 1880 stands out as a hall mark of medical service and education in our country. With its motto of “Heal and Comfort”, it is committed to bring healthcare solace to the suffering humanity. Impossible is a nonexistent word in the Father Muller dictionary. Our hospitals focus on installing sophisticated precision equipments, non-invasive diagnosis and surgeries and other state-of-the-art techniques with quality and ethical service. It provides super speciality treatment with state of the art facilities with experienced doctors following world class health care practices.

Why Father Muller Charitable Institutions

  • To promote professionalism by quality and value driven education with a global outlook.
  • To make learning an exciting experience that inspires learn
  • To train young professionals for leadership to respond to the health care needs of the public.
  • To foster synergy and integration between research, education and practice by promoting interdisciplinary collaboration and partnership.
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