The College of Nursing Guru Education Trust is established in 2011 situated in Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta which is managed and administered by Believers Eastern Church. Believers Church Medical College Hospital is the Parent hospital of College of Nursing Guru Education Trust. The above hospital is having 500 beds in various specialties.
Believers Church Medical College Hospital is a healthcare project of Believers Eastern Church. The Church is involved in various nation-building social and educational projects, healthcare initiatives, charitable activities, community development programs, rehabilitation projects and relief works.
Believers Eastern Church, a Christian denomination is apostolic in origin, universal in nature, biblical and evangelical in faith, ecumenical in outlook and Episcopal in governance. The Church has at present 29 Bishops with the Metropolitan Moran Mor Athanasius Yohan, giving his spiritual and administrative leadership in the service of God and humanity. Believers Eastern Church is spread over 13 countries with 41 dioceses and over 2.6 million people speaking more than 300 languages.
Believers Eastern Church is an Indian Church with orthodox faith, employing 55,000 people and impacting more than 4 crore families regardless of caste, creed or religion. Over 25 years of nation building projects of the Believers Eastern Church has made it one of the largest community building entities in India.
It works with many rural parts of India struggling with lack of adequate health care facilities, and millions being pushed into poverty by medical expenses, it was a dream of Believers Eastern Church to do whatever in its power to provide quality and affordable medical care to all. Thus was birthed the vision to have a flagship project – Believers Medical College Hospital and College of Nursing Guru Education Trust.
Other health care activities of the church include Believers Church Medical centres in Konni, Kerala and Purulia, West Bengal. Numbers of free medical camps are conducted to prevent and treat disease in the needy population. These hospitals offer excellent medical care to rural communities through specialized doctors and other health care workers. The centre in Purulia provide regular medical care and meals to leprosy patients in 38 colonies of Purulia.