The health indicators of Nepal are embarrassing. Poverty, malnutrition, ignorance, deep rooted traditional beliefs, unmanaged urbanization and deteriorating environmental conditions are the major factors affecting health of the Nepalese people. In this circumstances, Nepal Health Care Co-operative Limited (NEHCO) is founded and registered under cooperative act on 17 March, 2006 under which a 100 bedded Manmohan Memorial Community Hospital (MMCH) and Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences (MMIHS) are established in the year 2006 and 2007 respectively. Both wings are established under the name of Former Prime Minister Late Manmohan Adhikari, a great patriot and legendary leader of Nepal and South Asia.
In line with national and international thinking of Center of Excellence with purpose of providing quality medical education, health service delivery and health research, Manamohan Memorial Teaching Hospital (MMTH) is established under NEHCO. NEHCO is committed to invest its all efforts to ensure the quality health care service delivery and to provide the practical as well as scientific education through the cooperative initiatives. MMIMS has been established by a group of academicians, researchers, industrialists and prominent professionals with extensive exposure to a wide range of innovative knowledge, experience and teaching/learning practices. Apart from this, MMIMS aims at providing high-end health services facilitating with modern medical technologies within the reach of all citizens.
- The enormous demand of highly skilled medical graduates in Nepal and in developed world as compelling evidence to make our investment in medical college.
- The need of Teaching Hospital to provide recent advances in medical services to the patient through the senior medical professionals, faculties and technical persons.
- Excellent climate and academic environment to attract international students and faculties.
- Substantial income from the highly sophisticated Teaching Hospital and research centre to sustain the project.
- The need of an international standard health institute to offer an academic yard for both local and foreign students, addressing up to an extent the foreign out flow of high number of students seeking medical education.
To upgrade quality of life of Nepalese people through the provision of quality medical service, education and research
To promote the quality health services through equity in service delivery, social inclusion in health program planning and health service utilization and production of competent human resources also from marginalized groups and remote areas of Nepal
Develop Medical college and Teaching Hospital as A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE THROUGH EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND SERVICES
Current Wings of the Organization
- An association created by the people of similar objectives to achieve common goal-cooperative
- Cooperative movement started in this world in Oct. 24, 1844 in England establishing a co-operative – Rochdel Equitable Pioner Society
- Started in Nepal in 1953, Now one of the three pillars of economy in Nepal
- 27,000 cooperatives in Nepal, 61 health cooperatives
- NEHCO is the biggest of 27,000 co-operatives in Nepal
Seven Theories of Co-operative
- Voluntary and open membership
- Democratic member control
- Member economic participation
- Autonomy and independence
- Education-Service-Research, Training and information
- Cooperation among co-operatives
- Concern for community, country & world