Mennonite Mission Network partners with Emmanuel Hospital Association and directly with the (formerly) Mennonite institutions, Champa Christian Hospital and Sewa Bhawan Hospital. Mission Network provides annual capital investment grants to help improve infrastructure at both institutions. The Mission Network also facilitates short- and long-term medical personnel under EHA.
Emmanuel Hospital Association is an ecumenical medical services organization created in 1970 to operate 13 former mission hospitals at a time when missions were being forced to leave India. Today, EHA operates 20 hospitals and 30 community health and development programs. Three former Mennonite institutions are run today by EHA. Nav Jivan Hospital, started by Mennonite Church missionaries is in a rural area near Satbarwa, Jharkhand. Champa Christian Hospital is a town hospital near the General Conference Mennonite centers of Janjgir and Korba. Sewa Bhawan Hospital is a rural institution 50 miles east of Raipur, also started by the General Conference Mennonite Mission.