As mythology would have it Asclepius (Greek God of Medicine with the physician’s staff) was married to Epione, with whom he had six daughters: Hygieia, Meditrina, Panacea, Aceso, Iaso, and Aglaea, and three sons. The names of his daughters each rather transparently reflect a certain subset of the overall theme of "good health". All the daughters of Asclepius, for instance Meditrina (the healer in roman), Hygeia (hygiene) and Panacea (universal remedy) and so on were symbols of medicine, hygiene and healing (literally, "good health and healing"). Asclepius’ disciple Hippocrates was the first human healer in Greek mythology. All the physicians take the Hippocrates oath before endeavouring as a healer.
Harbouring a similar endeavour, Meditrina Institute of Medical Sciences”- a multidisciplinary Superspeciality hospital in Central India took shape after Meditrina – Goddess of healing. Meditrina Institute of Medical Sciences symbolizes a state of the art, seamless, high quality care and globally comparable infrastructure.