Dr. Heidi Haun shares how impactful her time volunteering at BMC was on her career and life.
Bart Gibbs shares some recent inspirational stories from BMC’s wonderful chaplains.
Browse our galleries of images from the hospital, its history and the sights around northern Ghana.
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.
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.
Due to inflation in Ghana, BMC has had to increase its guesthouse rates. For volunteers coming from outside Ghana it makes little difference as their foreign currency has much more purchasing power.
Attention volunteers! We’ve got an updated BMC Medical Protocol document for you.
It has been a tradition of late for BMC’s expat staff and volunteers to go Christmas caroling in the wards on Christmas Eve. In addition to singing songs, the carolers pass out oranges to patients and their families.
Beth Helvig is a registered nurse who came to BMC via Samaritan’s Purse and served with us for the month of February. She primarily worked with our Public Health department but her skills in wound care were extremely useful at the hospital.
General surgeon Dr. Lisa Mohrman came back to BMC to this year to serve for a couple weeks. We greatly appreciate her taking time off her new job in Kansas City to come serve the people of Ghana’s Northern Region.