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|In Haiti, Adventist hospital lab manager increases patient laboratory visits by 800%|
|International Cafe: Ever Considered Global Surgery? A Glimpse into the Life of a Missionary Surgeon|
|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.|
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|Nepal: Updated May 4, 2015|
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|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|
|Why did they give? Malamulo staff interviews tell story of why they gave to help West Africa|
|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|
To learn why they gave, check out these interviews between Jason Blanchard, CEO of Malamulo Hopsital, and several of the hospital staff after participating in a fundraiser for West Africa that raised nearly $3,200 towards fighting Ebola.
JB:What did you think of the fundraising project?
WS: I had to be sure that these people were helped as I would like to be helped."
JB: Why did you give?
WS: I gave knowing that my brothers and sisters were hurting and I wanted to help them to get the medication they need."
JB: How did helping make you feel?
WS: In Unity There Is Power!" We helped them together as a hospital with everyone working together. We should always be willing to help others in need.
JB: What do you think about the "Week of Giving"?
MJ: It was great to embrace Christ by helping others. As a mission hospital helping another mission hospital this was exemplary."
JB: Why did you give?
MJ: I felt for those who were dying with this disease since it has no cure. I also know that some who are dying are parents leaving children as orphans and so I should help.
JB: How did it feel to help?
MJ: It felt so good to help. Though I gave only a little it was all I could give. We all gave a little and it made a difference. It would be good if other hospitals would think the way we did and give to such programs.
JB: What did you think when you were asked to give?
KN: It was a challenge and I debated even giving as I didn't have much to give. I had to pray and then I knew I had to give! And it felt so good to give!
JB: Why did you give?
KN: To help those who are in need. Others have helped Malamulo Hospital in the past so it was right for us to give too. Christ asks us to give freely to those who need our help, we did and hope others will too.
JB: How did giving to fight Ebola make you feel?
KN: It was a real achievement as I had never given so much and yet felt so good! It was a feeling of being the start of something big.
Blanchard went on to say,“It looks like the Ebola Virus is taking a huge toll on the lives of Africans and is continuing to spread. Our goal is to increase the safety and security at Cooper and Waterloo while making sure they have the supplies they need to save lives and prevent loss. We humbly ask others to give too and are proud that Malamulo Hospital is in a position to start the ball rolling."