We couldn't do our work without the host hospitals who provide us with so much valuable help.
- Although Kijabe, Kenya itself is small, the combined population of the districts the 265-bed Kijabe Hospital cares for is approximately 2.8 million. They provide with two to four operating beds and staff who help us coordinate care.
- Nigerian Christian Hospital was established by missionaries Dr. Henry Farrar and his wife Grace in 1965. Over the past 25 years, Dr. Bob Whittaker has worked as the full time missionary doctor in residence, while his wife Annette started and manages the adjoining Nigerian Christian School. The hospital is located 11 miles east of Aba on the road to Ikot Ekpene. Several full-time Nigerian doctors staff the hospital. Since its inception the hospital has been under the oversight of International Health Care Foundation (IHCF) in Searcy, Arkansas.
- Tawfiq Hospital in Malindi, Kenya is a project of Tawfiq Muslim Youth. They provide us with two to four operating beds, several nursing and support staff (including an interpreter so we can communicate with patients who speak Swahili), and pre- and post-operative examination areas.
- The Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) in Kampala, Uganda is an 80-bed cancer treatment, research, and teaching center, owned by the Uganda Ministry of Health and affiliated with the Makerere University School of Medicine. The UCI partners with Case Western Reserve University to research and treat cancer patients, and our team joins CWRU's to treat patients there.