Progress On
The Vision

PROGRESS. The Egbe community, hospital staff, Nigerian businessmen, donors, volunteers, and missionaries have transformed the hospital complex over the past 10 years. The best way to tell the story is to show how the community came together to help tear down the old buildings leading the way for the Revitalization Project.

Highlights

  • A 12,000 square foot main hospital building with patient exam rooms, out-patient department, ICU, laboratory and x-ray has been completed with upgraded medical equipment installed
  • New medical equipment has been installed, a Dental Clinic opened and upgraded Eye Center
  • Over 500 construction and medical volunteers from the USA and Canada have left their mark at Egbe and many Nigerians have served alongside them
  • We now have 5 missionaries living in Egbe and more on the way

  • A new cell tower provides clear phone and internet access
  • New power lines, generators and a water filtration system have been installed
  • 18 missionary and staff houses are now renovated

Highlights

  • A 12,000 square foot main hospital building with patient exam rooms, out-patient department, ICU, laboratory and x-ray has been completed

  • Over 500 construction and medical volunteers from the USA and Canada have left their mark at Egbe and many Nigerians have served alongside them
  • We now 4 missionaries living in Egbe and more on the way
  • A new cell tower provides clear phone and internet access
  • New power lines, generators and a water filtration system have been installed
  • 18 missionary and staff houses are now renovated

Before & After Photos

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Egbe houses after revitalizationEgbe houses after revitalization

Missionary and staff houses on the compound have been renovated including new roofs, structural repairs, new electrical, plumbing, kitchens and bathrooms.

sterilizer beforeSterilizer After

A new sterilizer has replaced a 20 year old model ensuring that surgical instruments and medical equipment are sterile, resulting in good patient care.

Egbe laundry facility beforeLaundry After

A new commercial washer and dryer in the hospital’s laundry facility replace a malfunctioning washer used to wash all the hospital’s bedding and linens.

Egbe Hospital main toilets before revitalizationEgbe Hospital toilets before revitalization

New public washrooms with running water conveniently located near the hospital entrance provide easy access for patients’ relatives.

Laboratory BeforeLaboratory After

Through partnership with World Wide Labs and the Barfield Foundation, new equipment was installed that greatly increases the number of tests available for diagnosis.

Ebge x-ray machine before revitalizationEgbe x-ray machine after revitalization

Thanks to World Medical Mission, a portable and digital x-ray were installed in a specially designed room greatly improving x-ray diagnostic capabilities.

Egbe Hospital old medical equipmentEgbe Hospital new medical equipment

Containers bringing donated medical equipment including operating tables and lights, ultrasounds, and monitors has replaced outdated equipment and provides opportunities to train staff on new techniques.

Egbe Hospital old generatorGenerators After

A continuous supply of power is vital to the operations of Egbe Hospital. The country power is extremely unreliable so to ensure the hospital has a continuous supply, three diesel generators were installed to provide power to the hospital and for the housing compound.

Egbe Hospital old wiring and batteryWiring/Backup After

New wire was laid underground, new electrical panels installed throughout the entire compound. A battery power system now provides 24/7 electricity for medical equipment and constant 220 volt electricity in areas that provide emergency services.