Aba Adventist Hospital and Motherless Babies' Home

P.M.B. 7115
New Umuahia Road, Ogbor Hill
Aba, Nigeria


Number of beds: 65 (2003)
Established in 1984

      Aba Adventist Hospital is located in a strategic location between four state capitals. The hospital was started to fill a void of Adventist health care in the region and eventually grew to encompass the nearby Motherless Babies' Home. Facilities and equipment have steadily improved through support of Loma Linda University. Since 2002, the hospital is now operated and managed by Adventist Health International.

 

Ile-Ife Adventist Hospital

Private Mail Bag 5513
Ile-Ife, Osun State
Nigeria


Number of beds: 158 (2003)
Established in 1944

      Located on 40 acres leased to the hospital by the Yoruba tribe, the hospital was immediately taken over by the British army during World War II. The church received the hospital back in 1944, and since then, the hospital has grown to include a rich history. After starting a School of Nursing in 1975, the local area experiences a major outgrowth in church members. Loma Linda University alumni and students have served at Ile-Ife almost since its inception. Since 2002, the hospital is now operated and managed by Adventist Health International.

 

Jengre SDA Hospital

Private Mail Bag 2024
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria


Number of beds: 103 (2003)
Established in 1950

      Jengre has an active medical and evangelical outreach program including outdoor meetings several times a year with Bible, health talks, music, and also a service for the patients on Sabbath mornings geared mostly to the Fulani Muslims with Bible parables and prayers adapted from the Koran. As a bush hospital, it serves primarily a farming population of patients who are too poor to go elsewhere. Since 2002, the hospital is now operated and managed by Adventist Health International.

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