JSW Foundation to redevelop 100 years-old Mumbai-based St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s B wing

JSW Foundation, corporate social responsibility (CSR) wing of JSW Group on Monday said it has signed an agreement to construct and redevelop one of Mumbai’s oldest multi-specialty healthcare facilities, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s B wing.

The Tripartite Agreement was signed and executed between JSW Foundation, St. Joseph’s Education & Medical Relief Society and the Bombay Provincial Society of the Daughters of the Cross.

According to this Agreement, JSW Foundation will construct and redevelop the 100 year old city-based hospital’s B wing into a state-of-the-art medical centre with the latest infrastructure and amenities.

Following its redevelopment, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital will have a fully modernized medical centre covering close to 100,000 square feet flanked across 7 floors and 2 basements. It is expected to be completed by 2026 and will be known as St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s JSW Medical Centre. St. Joseph’s Education & Medical Relief Society operates and administers the hospital on a day-to-day basis.

St. Elizabeth’s started as a Nursing Home in 1922 and over the years has evolved into St.Elizabeth’s Hospital, a 100-bedded multi-specialty healthcare facility located in Mumbai.

JSW Foundation already runs two hospitals in Karnataka (Ballari) and Maharashtra (Dolvi), where its steel plants are located.

“The redevelopment of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s B wing is a strategic collaboration for JSW Foundation. It is in line with our commitment to strengthen and improve public healthcare,” said Sangita Jindal, chairperson of JSW Foundation.

“We are extremely thankful to the JSW Foundation for their support towards the construction and redevelopment of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s B wing into a modern medical centre with the latest infrastructure,” said Sarla Macwan, executive director of St. Elizabeth Hospital.


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