Mangaluru: Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay is now NABH accredited

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Mangaluru, Apr 23: Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay, proudly announces its accreditation by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH), a Constituent Board of the Quality Council of India. This accreditation marks a significant milestone for Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay, as it becomes the first hospital in the Bantwal Taluk to achieve this esteemed recognition.

Dedicated to healthcare excellence and unwavering commitment to patient safety and quality service, Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay, has set a benchmark in an ever-evolving healthcare landscape. Established in 2013 as a unit of Father Muller Charitable Institutions, the hospital boasts a 100-bed capacity and serves the rural communities of Bantwal, Puttur, and Beltangady taluks.

Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including 24/7 casualty services, operation theatres, dialysis and pharmacy facilities, Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay, houses a highly dedicated team of healthcare professionals, comprising doctors, nurses, and support staff.

With this accreditation, Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay, reaffirms its commitment to delivering unparalleled quality healthcare services, echoing the timeless motto of its founder, Fr. Augustus Muller, to ‘Heal and Comfort’.





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