The Inauguration and Blessing
of 'Muller Nest' – Doctors’ Quarters & Commercial Complex by Father Muller
Charitable Institutions near St Gerosa High School, Jeppu, was held on Tuesday,
30th August 2016. Shri Dharmendra B. Mehta, President of CREDAI
inaugurated the building and Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul D'Souza, Bishop of
Mangaluru blessed the same.
A short stage program followed
the Inaugural and Blessing ceremony. The
Bishop of Mangalore presided over the function.
The Director Rev. Fr Patrick Rodrigues welcomed the gathering.
The Chief Guest Shri Dharmendra
B. Mehta said that he is thankful to FMCI for being so forthcoming in the goals
that CREDAI had set for itself, ie, to provide medical assistance to
construction workers and to reach out to the construction workers by
implementing the various schemes made available to them by the government. He
lauded the support extended by Father Mullers in their efforts. He said that Fr Muller Hospital is one hospital
which has been successful in giving treatment at low cost or free of cost and
they have been able to give comfort to the patients. He said “Father Mullers
has given the best treatment to all at an affordable price and hence Father
Muller is a torchbearer for all.”
Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul
D'Souza, in his presidential address said, "You must have dreams and
before they are forgotten about, you must make them happen. Today this dream
has been realized. I congratulate the director for taking a keen interest in
this project. We thank the Lord for His abundant blessings showered on us.
Helping the poor and needy and giving them the best treatment is our
mission. We have 750 beds free for the
poor at FMCI. This year Rs.30 crore has gone as concession. I wish those
doctors and their families who stay in the premises all the best."
Rev. Fr Rudolph Ravi D’Sa,
Administrator of the Medical College conducted the honoring ceremony for the
Architects, Contractors & their teams who were instrumental in building Muller
Nest. Rev. Fr Richard Coelho,
Administrator, FMMCH proposed the vote of thanks. Light refreshments were served to all the
guests at the end of the ceremony.
The whole event was brilliantly
compered by Rev. Fr Ajith Menezes, Assistant Administrator of FMMCH.