Medical Ministry

CICM responds to the needs of people in India and surrounding countries through outreach initiatives including providing medical care, disaster relief, shelter, food, education, training, and more.

The Medical Ministry is a very special and unique ministry that brings help and hope to the suffering and their families. CICM is able to treat and care for the physical needs of the people of India to provide opportunities to share the gospel. But that’s far from the end of the story because the predominant belief is that any physical ailment a person suffers from is because of bad karma in previous lives, many people cannot find help or treatment. When CICM offers help, the offer is so drastically different from what they have heard and believed all of their lives, that people ask, “Why?”. At that point, CICM is provided with a precious opportunity to share the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ.

Mission Hospital

CICM’s Mission Hospital treats over 70,000 patients each year. Regardless of religion or ability to pay, the Mission Hospital is open to all and serves a geographic area with a population of nearly 10 million people.

Donations towards CICM’s Hospital allows CICM to operate and staff the facilities, purchase needed medical equipment and supplies, and continue to care for those in need regardless of their ability to pay. In any given year, the Hospital and Clinic will treat more than 70,000 patients, deliver over 600 babies, and perform over 1,000 major surgeries.  

To give a gift towards the Mission Hospital, click here.

Medical Camps

Periodically, CICM will hold special medical camps. These camps include everything from providing cataract surgeries to widows, to cleft lip and palate repair surgeries for children, but are always held to serve those who would otherwise find no help from their community, government or friends. These camps are very special because they allow CICM to share the love of Jesus with many, as well as provide the gift of life-changing surgeries. Without these camps, many of the children and adults who are helped would walk through the rest of their lives being seen as crippled and disabled. And because of the strong belief that any deformity is a result of bad karma, they would receive no help or sympathy from their communities, friends, and even their families.  

If you would like to give towards CICM’s Special Medical Camps, click here.

Nursing College

CICM’s College of Nursing offers a three-year Diploma in Nursing and a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The College of Nursing is associated with the State University (M.P.), accredited by the Indian Nursing Council and State government for B.Sc. Nursing. It is open to educationally qualified young people of any religion, gender or socio-economic status. CICM’s Nursing College provides a quality education and vocation to many young people who otherwise would not have this opportunity. Not only do the graduates of CICM’s College of Nursing have an opportunity for a bright future with a fulfilling profession, but are also introduced to the Gospel of Jesus Christ along the way. Many of CICM’s Nursing School graduates use their new degree to not only physically care for patients, but also to share the love and compassion of Jesus Christ. 

Because the students pay tuition, the Nursing School is self-sustaining. But recently, the Indian government required that repairs and upgrades be made to the Nursing College Dormitory to remain open and accredited.

If you would like to give towards reparations of the Nursing School Dorm, please click here.

Village Clinic

The Village Clinic serves more than 50 remote villages, reaching those who could not otherwise get themselves to a hospital. 

Donations towards CICM’s Village Clinic allows CICM to operate and staff the facilities, purchase needed medical equipment and supplies, and continue to take in those in need regardless of their ability to pay.

Dental Clinic

The Dental Clinic serves more than 50 remote villages.

Donations towards CICM’s Dental Clinic allows CICM to operate and staff the facilities, purchase needed dental equipment and supplies, and continue to take in those in need regardless of their ability to pay.