The Baptist Medical Centre was founded in northern Ghana in 1958 by IMB missionary doctor George Faile II. Today it is a 123 bed hospital serving tens of thousands of patients annually.
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On May 29, 2018 BMC held its 60th Anniversary celebrations launch event. After a program officially starting the next six months of programs, the BMC staff paraded through Nalerigu and Gambaga in celebration of the milestone.
2018 marks 60th years for the Baptist Medical Centre in Nalerigu, Ghana. BMC and the Ghana Baptist Convention have revealed the logo and theme for this year’s celebration events.
Our BMC guesthouse rates have been simplified to a single $20/person all inclusive daily rate and $25/day for an air conditioned room.
A big thanks once again to Dr. Waite for his faithful service! On his biannual trip to BMC, he was accompanied by BMC volunteer veteran Dr. Theresa Fowler and first-timer Dr. Laura Kaufman. Also joining them for a… Read More
Joining us from JPS in Texas this past month were residents Mania Kupershtok and Susan Su. They were both a wonderful help to the staff and patients at BMC – especially with their positives attitudes as they served…. Read More
Drs. Paul and Cindy Shumpert have been passionate advocates and supporters of BMC for decades. Not only do they lead the George Faile Foundation in the US, but they come out regularly to serve at BMC. We are especially thankful for their service because they come during periods when we have the least number of volunteers. For them to give us their Christmas and New Year holiday time with family back home to be here helping patients is such an incredible sacrifice.