Saint Paul's Hospital logo, the Anchor, is also the symbol of the Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartres (SPC). It stands for the guidance directing the Sisters to serve around different geographic areas to fulfill the teaching “Omnibus Omnia”of Saint Paul the Apostle. Over three hundred year, the footprints of SPC Sisters’service covered five continents. In Asia, work was first started in Hong Kong and gradually extended to other areas. The Sisters were living a strictly disciplined, simple unadorned lifestyle, and whole-hearted devoted to the work of God.
Through the spirit of Jesus Christ's love for all, serve those in physical and spiritual suffering, and proclaim the Catholic faith
Short-term goal： Recruit workforce for the new hospital site
Mid-term goal：Complete construction of the new hospital site
Long-term goal：Become a benchmark of community healthcare service
Community hospital with a top-class service
Establish hospital sites in poorly resourced areas to look after the deprived and poor
Cultivate the community through love, happiness, and health, and create a St Paul family that ‘nurtures the young and cares for the old.