The Baptist Medical Centre was founded in northern Ghana in 1958 by IMB missionary doctor George Faile II. Today it is a 180+ bed hospital serving tens of thousands of patients annually.
Coming to BMC as a volunteer? Here’s everything you need to know about travel, what to bring, accommodations, medical protocols and more.
There are many opportunities available for those wishing to support the hospital. Find out how you can become personally involved in our ministry.
Attention volunteers! We’ve got an updated BMC Medical Protocol document for you.
In a recent memo, the management of the Ghana Baptist Convention’s guest house in Accra announced that its costs will go up as they are legally required to collect VAT (Value Added Tax).
It is with heavy hearts that we share with you the passing of Bawa Ziblim. Mr. Bawa served as a cook to BMC missionary doctors and volunteers for decades. He was a dedicated man whose service behind-the-scenes was critical to the quality care provided by the many volunteer physicians every year at BMC.
We are so grateful for our partnership with West Virginia University that allows a team of talented physicians and students to come every year. This year they came and left just before the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled flights and locked the country down.
This month friend-of-BMC Dr. Lisa Mohrman came and worked as our general surgeon so that Dr. Nastia could return to Ukraine to visit her family. Volunteers like Dr. Mohrman are an immense amount of help to our understaffed… Read More