Adventist Health White Memorial Mission Stats Mwami, Zambia
Mwami Adventist Hospital Testimonial
In Haiti, Adventist hospital celebrates nursing staff achievements
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LLUH nursing staff mentors one of the First Intensive Care Unit nurses in Malawi
Malamulo Adventist Hospital research published in the Malawi Medical Journal
LLUH Landscape Director improves campus grounds at Valley View University in Oyibi, Ghana
Haiti Adventist Hospital Department of Education and Training Basic Life Support/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Seminars by Doctors Without Borders
Haiti Adventist Hospital Department of Education and Training Blood Drive
Haiti Adventist Hospital Department of Education and Training Certificate in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care
HAH Visit to Englese Adventiste de Sanai
Rose Charities visit to Haiti Adventist Hospital
Newest hospital in Ghana named in honor of Dr. Richard Hart
Bere Nutrition Center success stories
School of Medicine alumnus assumes new role in Malawi
Adventist hospital in Haiti celebrates 35 years of service with the opening of a new state-of-the-art surgical suite
Malamulo Kids: Vol 1 Issue 2
Malamulo Kids: The official newsletter of the Malamulo Children's Hospital
Merry Christmas from Malamulo
Bere Adventist Hospital - projects update
Haiti update: Clinical lab restoration complete
Malamulo Quarterly Newsletter: Issue 3, Volume 2
AHI volunteer takes on the role of teaching English in Haiti
Bere Adventist Hospital and Nutrition Training Center re-open after evacuation causes closure
Update on Hopital Adventiste d'Haiti (HAH) by hospital administrator, Edward Martin
Circle of Blessing - Malamulo Hospital
Bere Adventist Hospital reaches out to local community
Community Hospital of Trinidad receives new MRI equipment
Our Involvement in Africa
Bere Adventist Hospital's new EMR goes live
MaLawi Medical Missions: Fundraiser
MH Newsletter: Issue 2, Volume 2
Emergency Medicine Residents and Physicians aid in Nepal bus accident
A "Noble" Act of Philanthrophy
Hospital Adventista de Nicaragua
Following God's Call in the Medical Mission FIeld
Footsteps of the Unknown
PICU Team Takes on Malawi
You're invited to celebrate 100 years of healing with Malamulo Hospital
LLUH surgical team recently returned from Nepal. Read their experience here in the blog Haitibones.
Loma Linda specialist team travels to aid Nepal
Nepal: Updated May 4, 2015
Adventist hospital in Nepal responds to earthquake
Retired microbiologist shares professional experience and expertise with mission hospitals
Global Healthcare Conference- Thank you
Management residents serve a global audience
Front Lines of the Ebola War
Malamulo Hospital Quarterly Newsletter: Issue 3
Adventist Hospital and GHI site in Malaysia receives 'Gold' from World Health Organization
Scheer Memorial Hospital begins the new year with a new CEO. Meet Dr. Dale Mole
DMA Newsletter- Winter 2015
NBC News features AHI physician, Scott Nelson as he continues to work in Haiti, five years after the earthquake.
Haiti: Annual Update
Serving Far from Home- Nepal
Adopt-a-Missionary 'giving to a giver' project brings Christmas cheer to 15 missionary families serving overseas
EBOLA update: Dec. 8
Give Global: Project End Ebola
Give to a giver with Adopt-a-Missionary
Malamulo Hospital Quarterly Newsletter
LLUSM Class of 2016 Adopts Cooper as Class Project
Thirty-three Hospitals Join Together for the Third Annual Global Healthcare Conference
Special Vespers Draws Nearly One Thousand Viewers
Global Healthcare Conference: Live Stream
Waterloo Hospital Plans to Re-Open as Ebola Clinic
Front Lines of the Ebola War, Vespers Program
Shoes for Haiti
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Malamulo takes Initiative to Help Sister Hospitals Fight EBOLA
Gillian Seton shares her view on the impact of EBOLA in Liberia
AHI Doctor Heads to Liberia to Aid EBOLA Crisis: James Appel's personal log of daily events
A Good Death?
Two Hospital Staff Die during EBOLA Quarantine
Waterloo Hospital Placed Under Quarantine due to EBOLA Patient
EBOLA Update: The Numbers Keep Growing
AHI Doctor Heads to Liberia to Aid EBOLA Crisis: Entry 1
Dr. Hart addresses EBOLA crisis in West Africa
Cooper Hospital to Remain Open as EBOLA Free Zone to Patients
EBOLA outbreak endangers lives of hundreds in Africa
AHI takes part in Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle
Global Health Conference 2013
Malawi President Visits Malamulo
Baptism at Malamulo

English as a Second Language

The English class at the HAH (Haiti Adventist Hospital) got off to a fantastic start. From the first day, we had an overwhelming attendance, which resulted in the class being split into two. One class is held on Tuesdays and the other, on Thursdays. Students are very excited and have been exceptionally consistent in their attendance. Since at the moment no ESL books are available for students to use, I have had to search for and download teaching material from the internet. I print and make copies for each student. In addition to lessons, I prepare games/activities in the class. Unfortunately, the classes are pretty large. Between the two classes, close to 70 persons attend each week. Hospital staff could only take the classes after working hours and so the options are limited to have several sessions. However, we try to make the best of the circumstances. The pictures below would give some more insight.

In each class, students are given a Bible verse to memorize. These brave students took up the challenge to recite the memory verse from the previous week. I gave prizes to encourage them and as an incentive to the rest of the class to continue to memorize their Bible verses.

I also ask students to do the English reading in morning worship from time to time. I give them a copy of the reading in advance and they would come to me to practice their reading and to learn the pronunciation of the difficult words. They have a very good disposition to trying. In addition, I have been teaching them songs in English. We participate in morning worship by doing a special song. This photo shows one group singing the song, “Echo His Love.”

Computer Class

The computer class also had a very good response. A number of people signed up to take this class. However, we have very limited resources. With only 5 working computers, the employees had to be broken up into groups and will take turns doing the class. For now, it’s a basic class in which I let them practice typing to improve and increase their speed. I have also been teaching the basics of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Amos Sampeur assists with translating during the classes.

Department of Education and Training

I have recently been asked to Co-ordinate the Department of Education and Training. I am working with a team and we have started training sessions with staff of the varying departments. We are currently working on the schedule for 2016 and we have some interesting programs/projects to implement. 

The following photos illustrate some of the sessions we have had so far.

BLS for the Radiology Department