About Us


  • GEMS is the fruit of the prayers of two medical missionaries who served in Dehri on sone, Bihar.

  • Sister. Caroline Paint, Sister. Sylvia Beavdwell, Sister. Olive Jarvis and Sister. Joy Bath (Elim Missionary Society, England) were the pioneers in medical ministries in Dehri-on-sone, Bihar.

  • In 2002 by the support of brother Heiner (Swiss), God strengthened us to establish a 100 bedded hospital, which was inaugurated by Mr. Lallu Prasad Yadav and then Chief minister of Bihar Mrs. Rabari Devi.

Foundation of Hospital

  • In 1991 GEMS Hospital was established by the support of the children of an orphanage in Swiss.

  • 25 bedded hospital - Started with one administrator and 2 nurses

  • From year 2000 onwards regular medical work like OPD, In Patient surgeries, deliveries and emergencies were provided to the people from the villages living around the hospital.

The early medical mission of GEMS was very much supported by

  • CFH (Christian Felowship Hospital) Oddanchatram

  • CMC (Christian Medical College) Hospital, Vellore

  • CSI hospital Neyyor and Nagercoil

  • EHA Hospitals of North India

  • Medivision and other Christian medical institutions.

First Decade 1994-2004

1994 - 2002

  • Beginning of medical mission & establishment of hospital to give primary health care.

  • Establishment Of Satellite Clinics

  • Establishment of Pharmacy ,X-ray & Lab

2002 - 2004

  • ESTABLISHED Multi speciality hospital with facility to provide secondary level care.

  • Establishment of DENTAL & Physio department

  • Partnership with other mission hospitals in India

  • Beginning of ANM nursing school.

  • Contribution by many doctors from India & Abroad.

  • Partnership with Bihar government.

Second Decade 2004 - 2014

2004 to 2008

  • Contribution by many doctors from India & Abroad.

  • Partnership with Bihar government (RNTCP) & (TLM)

  • Immunization Programme for Hep-B & Typhoid

2008 to 2010

  • Decline in our functions due to lack of human resources but GOD faithfully reestablished.

2010 to 2012

  • More Staffs joined in our team.

  • Regular surgeries & Establishment of EYE OT

  • In patient care for sick patients

  • Laproscopy Surgeries Started.

Achievements & Impact Which is in Today

  • Basic medical and surgical facilities to the missionaries and the people living from surrounding villages

  • Free eye surgeries for about 3000 patients every year

  • Helped in the training of 135 ANM (Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery) students of GEMS Nursing School in providing them opportunity for practical training and thereby equipping them to fulfill the medical needs of people

  • 15,000 primary school students were vaccinated in Bihar, Jharkand and UP