Hope Christian Hospital
Healing for Eternity
Two decades ago, the only medical facilities available to the children and staff of Village of Hope were the Winneba Hospital and Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. This problem led to the birth of a small clinic that is now a full-fledged primary hospital providing 24-hour medical and surgical services to its clients.
Hope Christian Hospital is accredited by the National Health Insurance Authority, making primary health care more affordable for the children and staff of Village of Hope, and the people living in over 30 rural communities that surround the Village of Hope’s main campus.
Inpatients, day-case patients and outpatients are cared for by a team of professionals who are dedicated to ensuring patients receive the best possible treatment. All our clinical staff are qualified within their field, and undergo regular, in-service training to upgrade their knowledge.
Hope Christian Hospital provides 24-hour emergency services for patients who require treatment for illnesses and injuries. We offer the following services:
Mental Health Service
Antenatal & Postnatal Services
Reproductive & Child Health Services
Hope Christian Hospital engages in a number of social intervention programs for the communities we serve. We organize annual free medical, dental and optometric care to thousands of under-privileged people as a social responsibility. This is done with sponsorship from our Christian medics in the United States (White Station Church of Christ and Farragut Church of Christ). This activity not only provides quality healthcare to the people from health-deprived areas of the Central Region of Ghana, but also brings them closer to the love of Christ our saviour.
To honour our commitment to affordable healthcare for the people, we enrol many needy community members on the National Health Insurance Scheme. More often than not, we give waivers to very poor patients who cannot afford to pay their bills.
Growth and Needs
Hope Christian Hospital has recently expanded from a 21-bed facility to an 80-bed capacity. A 60-cot Neonatal Intensive Care Unit block, with mothers’ hostel, has been built to help decentralize the care of neonates in the country.
Support us to continue to provide healthcare for the children of Village of Hope and the people in the rural communities of the Central Region.
Board of Directors of
Hope Christian Hospital
Henry Nagai (Dr.)
Maud Adjeley Ashong Elliot
Alex Dodoo (Prof.)
Janet Dzifa Aklamanu
George Kwadwo Asah
Alex Peasah-Koduah (Dr.)