CMAI vision is “That they may have life…. and life in its fullness”. Established in 1905, CMAI continues to serve the country along with its membership network of 340 mission hospitals / healthcare institutions and over 10000 health professionals to build a just and healthy society. Section 135 of The Companies Act 2013, enables CMAI to seek partnership with Corporates to fulfill its vision.
How CSR partnership can bring a positive change to our country?
- Affordable treatment to the patients belonging to economically weaker section of the society on ailments such as Cancer, HIV & AIDS, Surgeries etc
- Build youth in skill training in Nursing & Allied Health Sciences (Paramedics) thereby bridging country’s health skill gaps
- Community development programmes on Livelihood projects for women, palliative care, Mother and child healthcare
Affordable Healthcare Services:
Through CMAI network of hospitals, we are committed to provide affordable, subsidized, ethical, relevant and compassionate healthcare for all ailments including:
- HIV and AIDS
- Cancer and Heart Disorder Treatment
- Cataract and Cleft Lip surgeries
- Palliative Care for chronically ill patients
CMAI has been contributing extensively to train health professionals since the year 1927. The current activities under formal education come in different categories which are:
Medical Practitioners: CMAI offers post graduate courses in General Practice in Multispecialty Programme, Skilled Based Short Term Courses and one year fellowship in Palliative Medicine through central academic board called Christian Academy of Medical Science (CAMS).READ MORE
Nursing: CMAI has established two nursing boards namely, Board of Nursing Education South India Branch (BNESIB) and Mid-India Board of Education (MIBE) providing Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) and Auxiliary Nursing and Midwifery (ANM) which are recognized by the Indian Nursing Council.BNESIB MIBE
Allied Health Professionals: CMAI offers 25 Allied Health Science courses affiliated to Central education Board (CEB) though its 55 training institutions located all across India.READ MORE
CMAI renders healthcare services through deployment of Doctors and Nurses and setting up of medical camps and psychosocial rehabilitation work in disaster-affected areas. Some of the relief works we have been involved in are:
- Chennai Floods 2015
- Jammu & Kashmir Floods 2014
- Uttarakhand flash-floods 2013
- Bihar flood 2008, Tsunami 2004
- Gujarat Earthquake 2001
CMAI is committed towards uplifting and empowering the women community through activities in various parts of the country such as:
- Holistic Rural/Tribal Women’s Health & Development
- Mother and Child Healthcare
- Livelihood Improvement for Rural Women
CMAI builds individuals to be technically competent and socially relevant on health and development. For this we have been conducting professional training programmes, need-based
short term workshops, seminars, conferences such as:
- Seminar on safe Medicines for Health Care Workers on the Rational Usage of Drugs
- Workshops on Awareness on National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Healthcare (NABH) for Medical Professionals and Healthcare Institutions.
- Training on Quality System Management in Government supported blood banks and services in the Laboratory.
- Awareness on the existing energy efficiency practices in Healthcare institutions in association with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).
With the emerging need of skill development, CMAI aims to train youth from rural and urban India with speed and high standards in order to achieve the country’s vision of a ‘Skilled India’.
CMAI identifies the shortage of healthcare professionals mainly in the field of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences in India. Therefore to fill this gap, CMAI is committed towards the training of healthcare professionals by developing quality skillset through its Short Term Courses in Nursing and Allied Health Sciences for youth. This is implemented through CMAI network of well-equipped training institutions and courses which are recognized by the Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) under National Skill Development Council (NSDC).READ MORE
CMAI in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India, has been helping in the implementation of the Kayakalp scheme, which is an initiative of Swachh Bharat for the promotion of cleanliness, Hygiene and Infection Control Practices in public health care facilities.
Beti Bacho Beti Padhao
CMAI executed various mother and child healthcare projects to improve the quality of delivery, postpartum care of pregnant women and increase child immunization in Primary Health Care Institutions, District and Sub Divisional Hospitals of rural India. CMAI policy stands strictly against female foeticide, sex determination of the foetus and abortion.READ MORE
Accessible India Campaign (Sugamy Bharat Abhiyan)
CMAI in partnership with Australian International Health Institute, University of Melbourne has conducted a 5 days workshop at national level for organizations in the development sector to promote disability as a development issue which needs to be integrated into the programmes and activities in keeping with the Millennium Development Goals. The workshop addressed various issues pertaining to disability such as advocacy for disability, disaster and disability, Disability and HIV & AIDS along with field visits in Delhi.
- Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS) National CSR Hub
- Confederation and Indian Industry (CII)
- Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sammaan Project
- Tata Strive
- NASSCOM Foundation