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Mangal Anand Hospital was founded in 1980 by Dr L. M. Parihar along with his wife Mrs. Parvati Parihar. It has been a centre of excellence in the neighbourhood for the past 40 years and is renowned for giving all patients compassionate medical care.
The staff at Mangal Anand Hospital has consistently worked to impart its knowledge on its peers and the following generation.
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Late Dr. L. M. Parihar | MD, FCPS, FCCP (USA) ane Associate Fellow of Industrial Health (AFIH)
Originally from Jodhpur (Rajasthan), Dr. L. M. Parihar travelled to Bombay to pursue medicine from the prestigious Grant Medical College in Mumbai. He made his home in Chembur, Mumbai, where he rose to prominence in the nation's healthcare industry. His ever-present efforts are what led to the success of Mangal Anand Hospital.
Among his many achievements, he built Jijamata Hospitals in Vashi, Alibaug, Oras, and Sindhkhedraja and served as the group's former medical director. He served as the personal physician for Late Shree Vasantdada Patil, a former governor of Rajasthan and the CM of Maharashtra.
At Bombay University and BYL Nair Medical College & Hospital, he served as a Professor of Medicine. He has written nearly forty publications for major medical journals on diabetes mellitus and topics related to cardiology, both in India and abroad.
Late Shrimati Parvati Parihar
A well-known social activist, Shrimati Parvati Parihar is still honoured for her contributions to the neighbourhood. She has put in a lot of effort to develop Mangal Anand Hospital with Dr. LM Parihar.
In her capacity as a public servant, she served as the Chairperson of the Pollution Control Board, was three times elected as a municipal councillor at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, and was later elected as a member of the Maharastra State Government's Legislative Assembly, both to represent Chembur. She is a founding member of the Chembur Trombay Education Society and of the N G Acharya College of Arts, Science