The Church of South India Hospital, Bangalore, had its origin as a Hospital exclusively for women and Children established in 1893 by the Church of England Zenana Mission, and was called the Zenana Mission Hospital. With the inauguration of the Church of South India in the year 1947, it was renamed Church of South India Hospital, Bangalore. It was only in the year 1965 that it developed into a General Hospital to cater to both men and women. Over the years it has evolved into a General and Multispeciality Hospital. True to the original commitment as a service Institution for Health Care, the Hospital continues to function on a non-profit making basis.
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