Nigeria​

Palmer Memorial Hospital

Nigerian Christian Hospital

Our first hospital, NCH was established in 1965 and has grown to be a tertiary hospital, serving over 20,000 patients each year.

Palmer Memorial Hospital is located in Akwa Ibom State about an hour from Nigerian Christian Hospital.  Established in honor of Dr. Lucian Palmer, a long-term missionary to Nigeria, Palmer Memorial Hospital serves the surrounding Ibibio tribe.

Jeremy Harper Medical Clinic

The Jeremy Harper Medical Clinic is located in the village of Owutu, in Imo State, Nigeria. The clinic is named for the late Jeremy Harper, a young man from Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Ghana​

Kumasi Clinic and Yendi Clinic

Both clinics are staffed by nationals with an aim at training Primary Health Care workers who will be able to promote health in their own villages.  This training focuses on outreach programs to promote immunization programs and increasing remote village care.  A full-time evangelist works with each clinic; leading to hundreds of people giving their lives to the Lord each year.

 

Kumasi Clinic shares a large campus in the city with Ghana Bible College and the large Bomso Church of Christ.  Its operations include an outpatient clinic, a mobile clinic for access to remote villages, and a primary health care training program.

 

Yendi Clinic serves as a medical mission in an overwhelmingly Muslim area.  This clinic serves up to 300 patients a day and also offers a medical ministry to prisoners.

Tanzania​

Tanzania Christian Clinic

Located in the village of Ngaresh Juu, not far from Mount Kilimanjaro, the Tanzania Christian Clinic's primary aim is to serve the Maasai tribe of Northern Tanzania.  Established by Drs.  Danny and Nancy Smelser in 2008, this facility offers an outpatient clinic, mobile clinics, and international rotations for medical students.

Mwanza Area Community Health Project

While not a hospital, the Mwanza Area Community Health Project is a community-based initiative that involves a Project Health Director using a variety of resources and volunteers to provide health care to the 100 villages in the targeted area.  These goals are achieved by...

  • Providing teaching that will improve health and nutrition.

  • Fostering worldview shift, countering the overriding cultural belief in witchcraft.

  • Mobilizing local communities to take ownership of their own health.

  • Sensitizing local Tanzanian churches to their opportunity to respond to the poor and vulnerable in their midst.

  • Realizing measurable decreases in waterborne illnesses, malnutrition, and childhood death.

  • Building skills and capacity of local church leadership through involvement in the program.

Tel: 501-268-9511

kevin @ ihcf.net

102 North Locust St, Searcy, AR

72143 

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