Mount Alvernia Hospital

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Founded by the Sisters from the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM) in 1961, Mount Alvernia Hospital seeks to embody the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to serve all with love as a not-for-profit general acute care private hospital. Their services include:

Medical and Surgical Services: The hospital is equipped with facilities such as operating theatres, an intensive care unit, a high dependency unit, day surgery wards, Alvernia Endoscopy Centre, and inpatient wards ranging from multi-bedded rooms to single rooms and suites.

Clinical Services and Specialties: The Mount Alvernia Hospital offers clinical services such as health screening, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation, 24hr Clinic and Emergency Services, as well as a comprehensive range of specialities.

Pastoral Care: Available to everyone, regardless of race, nationality, or religion. The Clinical Pastoral Care (CPC) team is sensitive and respectful of different faith traditions, beliefs, and cultural needs. Chaplains or spiritual guides of other religions are welcome to visit at the request of the patients.

Community Outreach:

  • The Mount Alvernia Outreach Medical and Dental Clinics (@ Enabling Village and Agape Village) provide heavily subsidised primary healthcare and dental services for the vulnerable and marginalised communities that have fallen through the cracks of the conventional safety net.

Hospital-based Programmes include providing maternity assistance, specialist medical consults, and non-complex surgery assistance. These are targeted at foreign spouses from vulnerable transnational marriages and foreign workers in dispute with their employers, referred by social service agencies. With no subsidies and access to affordable healthcare services, these groups are often hesitant to seek treatment due to the high cost of medical services.

Offsite Programmes, including mobile flu vaccinations and health screening, are also available to make healthcare more accessible for persons with disabilities.

Communities served


Assisi Hospice

Catholic Nurses Guild (CNG)

Mount Alvernia Hospital

Every year, Caritas Singapore assesses the needs of its member organisations to fund programmes that serve our brothers and sisters in need. Our grant allocation takes into consideration funding gaps for underserved needs, the social mission organisation’s funding priorities, and the effectiveness and measurable impact of the charity’s programmes and services. All grant distribution decisions are announced in our annual report.