A day trip to remember

Outings are immensely beneficial to children’s rehabilitation and development – close-up interaction with nature is always very valuable, as is the opportunity to socialise with staff, with family, and with one another.

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21 Oct 2020

“The hospitaller values make service to the sick a ministry”

Dr Augustine Demah-Teye Nuertey is from Ghana. He has worked at St. Francis Xavier Hospital for four years as a medical officer. Now, he has decided to make a change in his career and study gynaecology and obstetrics. Before he leaves, he wants to share his experience at Sisters Hospitallers Hospital in Assin Foso.

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15 Apr 2020

“I want to advise to adhere to the WHO protocols”

Sr Georgina has been a Sister Hospitaller since 1988. She graduated in nursing from Ghana University of Nurses, and she also studied religious sciences in Rome. She is in charge of St Francis Xavier Hospital in Ghana, and she worried about the well-being of the staff under her leadership; hoping, praying and putting in measures to avoid any them contracting this disease.

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28 Jan 2020

“Zero Maternal Mortality Project”

Sisters Hospitallers is building a new maternity Unit in Ghana, budgeted at £882,000 because the previous facility was quite small and inadequate. It is an ambitious mission because it is the only hospital structure that exists in the whole area. In recent years the hospital has been adapting to the growing needs of society, as well as to the requirements of Ghana’s health authorities.

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7 Jan 2017

St Benedict Menni Health Center Will Have New Solar Panels

The Saint Benedict Menni Health Center in Monrovia, Liberia, has started procedures to set up a system for solar power production and accumulation, which will allow for covering most of the energy needs in the compound along with the current diesel generator.

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