Hope Medical Center

Providing hope and life-saving medical care in Guinea

Hope Medical Center (formerly Hope Clinic) is a ministry committed to pointing people to Jesus through loving medical care.

In the 1990s, Jon Erickson and his colleague Moise Mamy began to pursue the dream of expanding their small dental ministry in Guinea into a medical center. On September 22, 2003, Hope Medical Center began seeing patients for both dental and outpatient care. In those early days, Jon and Anja Erickson administered all medical care, but over the years God provided a team of medical staff. Today the team focuses on offering life-saving care while presenting the gospel to each patient.

In 2014, a tragedy occurred when Moise was killed during the deadly Ebola Crisis. During that difficult period, many around the world prayed for the center, Moise’s family, and the Ericksons. We’re grateful to say that today Hope Medical Center is entering an exciting time of growth.

Your gift today supports two new expansions:

1. Maternity Center

Guinea has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world. Looking to provide quality care for women, Hope Medical Center broke ground on a 30-bed maternity center. Your gifts continue to support the building of this center.

2. Nursing School

More training is often needed for local nurses in Guinea who complete the government-run nursing program. Your gifts support the new Hope Medical Center nursing school and their three-year program. Please pray for more staff and wisdom in picking the right applicants.

Learn more at Hope Medical Center’s website.

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